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Baltimore Sun Logo Loyola's Fletcher named Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year
The Baltimore Sun
July 9, 2014
By Jon Fogg

In May, Loyola Maryland's Joe Fletcher received the William C. Schmeisser Award as the nation's top defender. Now he has the hardware to show he brought that same intensity and dedication to the classroom, too. Fletcher was named the Patriot League Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year, an award voted on by conference member schools that honors the top performer in the classroom and in competition. Scholar-Athletes of the Year in their respective sports are eligible for the overall honor.

Syracuse Post-Standard West Genesee grad Joe Fletcher stars for Loyola as nation's top defenseman
Syracuse Post-Standard
May 9, 2014
By Patrick Stevens

It's more than an hour before a team meeting on a recent afternoon, and Loyola defenseman Joe Fletcher is scanning video, looking for any extra nuances he can find as the Greyhounds prepare to face Johns Hopkins. A little later, he will retreat to the locker room. And chances are, at some point, he'll crack open a book. Final exams, after all, are right around the corner.

Baltimore Sun Logo Loyola Maryland defenseman Joe Fletcher bracing for unexpected from Albany attackman Lyle Thompson
The Baltimore Sun
May 7, 2014
By Edward Lee

In a move that will surprise no one, Loyola Maryland defenseman Joe Fletcher has spent a considerable amount of time watching film of Albany attackman Lyle Thompson, and the Greyhounds senior knows that the tape doesn't lie.

Baltimore Sun Logo Graham Savio could be weapon for Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse in NCAA first-round game vs. Albany
The Baltimore Sun
May 6, 2014
By Edward Lee

Graham Savio picked a good time to record the best performance of his career, matching a personal best with 17 faceoff wins and setting a career high with 12 ground balls in top-ranked Loyola Maryland's 13-10 victory over No. 6 Johns Hopkins on Saturday.

Baltimore Sun Logo Loyola shows why it's No. 1 with 13-10 win over No. 6 Hopkins
The Baltimore Sun
May 4, 2014
By Mike Preston

If this was a statement game, then No. 1 Loyola Maryland left a great impression on No. 6 Johns Hopkins and the rest of the college lacrosse world. The Greyhounds trailed early, rallied in the middle and then put away the Blue Jays down the stretch in a 13-10 win before an announced sellout crowd of 6,000 at Ridley Athletic Complex.

Baltimore Sun Logo Runkel has big body of work in Loyola net
The Baltimore Sun
May 2, 2014
By Mike Preston

Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston writes an appreciation of big goalies, especially Loyola's Jack Runkel.

Baltimore Sun Logo Starting attacks take different paths to goal for Loyola, Hopkins lacrosse
The Baltimore Sun
May 1, 2014
By Edward Lee

When top-ranked Loyola Maryland and No. 6 Johns Hopkins add another chapter to their rivalry Saturday at Ridley Athletic Complex, both teams will bring powerful attack units. The Greyhounds rank sixth in Division I in scoring at 13.3 goals per game, while the Blue Jays are 10th with a 12.1 average.

Baltimore Sun Logo Women's notes: Loyola looking for lasting impression at Syracuse
The Baltimore Sun
May 1, 2014
By Katherine Dunn

The Loyola Maryland women are already in the NCAA tournament, earning an automatic berth with their Patriot League championship Sunday, but the Greyhounds could make a big impression on the selection committee with a win over the No. 2 Orange in Saturday's regular-season finale.

Baltimore Sun Logo Despite 24 goals, Loyola's Kevin Ryan will continue to anchor second midfield
The Baltimore Sun
April 30, 2014
By Edward Lee

Not many second midfields include a player who has scored 24 goals, but that's the luxury No. 1 Loyola Maryland enjoys with Kevin Ryan.

Baltimore Sun Logo Loyola women roll past Boston U., 18-7, for Patriot League title
The Baltimore Sun
April 26, 2014
By Katherine Dunn

Loyola Maryland's women's lacrosse team dominated its first Patriot League tournament championship the same way it dominated the regular season. The No. 13 Greyhounds rolled to an 18-7 victory over Boston University on Saturday at Ridley Athletic Complex to polish off a perfect Patriot League run and clinch an automatic berth in the NCAA tournament.

Baltimore Sun Logo Loyola's Pat Laconi on short list for top short sticks
The Baltimore Sun
April 25, 2014
By Edward Lee

Pat Laconi, who leads all non-pole players nationally in caused turnovers and caused turnovers per game, is one of the game's top short-stick midfielders.

Baltimore Sun Logo Brian Schultz flourishing in first year as starting attackman for Loyola men's lacrosse
The Baltimore Sun
April 16, 2014
By Edward Lee

After spending 2012 and 2013 as backup, senior ranks second on team in goals and third in points.

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Ward goes from marginal recruit to All-American as QB of Loyola offense
Annapolis Capital Gazette
April 4, 2014
By Bill Wagner

During the summer prior to his senior season at Old Mill High, Justin Ward compiled a list of potential colleges for which he would like to play lacrosse. Seventeen of those schools competed at the Division II or Division III level. Division I members Towson, Loyola and Johns Hopkins were what Ward referred to as "my stretch schools." Ward contacted the coaching staffs for those three Baltimore-area programs and Loyola was the only one that showed any level of interest. Assistant coach Matt Dwan scouted the Glen Burnie resident during an all-star game that capped the Free State tryout process and came away fairly impressed.

Baltimore Sun Logo No. 1 Loyola men's lacrosse has chemistry of a champion
The Baltimore Sun
April 4, 2014
By Mike Preston

With five weeks remaining before the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament, there is no clear-cut favorite to win the championship, but No. 1 Loyola Maryland appears to be the team to beat. The Greyhounds (9-1) have good speed and depth. They are well-coached, creative on defense and offense, and strong in the middle of the field as far as midfielders and goalie. Coach Charley Toomey won't say it, but Loyola has been the most consistent team since the season started, and that alone separates it from the rest of the field.

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Building character and champions
Loyola Magazine
March 24, 2014
By Linda Strowbridge

A public school kid from Anne Arundel County, Justin Ward was simply looking for a scholarship and a spot on a university lacrosse team. What he found, unexpectedly, at Loyola University Maryland was a stirring combination of sports, academics, and faith that profoundly changed his outlook on life and his plans for his future.

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All-Access Video: Loyola
Inside Lacrosse
March 24, 2014
By Zach Babo

Inside Lacrosse writer Zach Babo spent a week embedded with the Loyola University Maryland men's lacrosse team prior to the Greyhounds March 9 game against Duke University.

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Quint: Midterm Grades and Midseason All-America Picks
Inside Lacrosse
March 21, 2014
By Quint Kessenich

It's only halfway through the season, but Quint Kessenich has two Loyola men's lacrosse players tabbed as All-Americans. See who at the link above!

Baltimore Sun Logo Loyola midfielder Matt Sawyer welcomes comparisons to older brother Mike
The Baltimore Sun
March 14, 2014
By Edward Lee

Loyola Maryland's Matt Sawyer knows the questions are coming, and he good-naturedly answers every query about playing at the same school where older brother Mike was an integral part of the 2012 national championship squad. But when asked if he is eager to carve out his own identity, Sawyer offers a truthful response like those of us who perform or have performed in the shadows of siblings and relatives.

Baltimore Sun Logo National Lacrosse Player Of The Week - Joe Fletcher
The Baltimore Sun
March 14, 2014
By Edward Lee

Senior midfielder Matt Sawyer and junior attackman Nikko Pontrello starred in then-No. 5 Loyolas 14-7 pasting of No. 6 Duke on Sunday, but Fletcher was responsible for snuffing out the Blue Devils' brightest star. The 6-foot-2, 185-pound senior defenseman limited senior attackman Jordan Wolf to a single goal on seven shots and zero assists.

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Lambrecht: Loyola's Ward Stirring the 'O' Drink
Lacrosse Magazine
March 12, 2014
By Gary Lambrecht

On a triumphant Sunday night before nearly 4,000 fans at Ridley Athletic Complex and a national TV audience, Loyola Greyhounds senior attackman and quarterback Justin Ward enjoyed a seemingly extended role as a spectator. Much of Loyola's 14-7 rout of visiting Duke boiled down to suffocating stretches of Greyhounds defense and the dominant, one-on-one abilities of offensive weapons Nikko Pontrello and senior midfielder Matt Sawyer. They blew by defenders and cut through the non-sliding Blue Devils defense at will, en route to a combined 11 goals. Sawyer's career-high six-goal explosion was a surprise. Pontrello's five-goal show was not. The junior attackman from Marlton, N.J., continued to abuse opposing defenses with his fourth game totaling at least four goals. He is now tied for second nationally with 24. But so much of another lopsided victory by No. 2 Loyola (5-1) was about a conductor named Ward.

Baltimore Sun Logo Loyola defenseman Joe Fletcher has added a word to the lacrosse lexicon with his lock-down skills
The Baltimore Sun
March 8, 2014
By Mike Preston

The term around the Loyola lacrosse team is "Fletched," as in the opposing attackman got "Fletched." Or when the Greyhouds' star defenseman runs away from two attackmen after stealing a ground ball, they both got "Fletched." Loyola's Joe Fletcher might be the best defenseman in college lacrosse. He was the only college player selected to the U.S. national training roster for the 2014 World Cup, and he is a specialist, just like a face-off player. If you want to shut down the team's top goal scoring attackman, send Fletcher. If you want to contain the opposition's most dynamic passer, send Fletcher. Regardless if it's Navy's Sam Jones or Penn State's Shane Sturgis, when he faces Loyola, he is going to see Fletcher.

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Quint's IL Pod: Laconi, Sturgis, Marr, Torpey & Liam Banks
Inside Lacrosse
March 7, 2014
By Quint Kessenich

Senior co-captain Pat Laconi joined Quint Kessenich on his weekly podcast on InsideLacrosse.com.

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NCAA Notes: Greyhounds Solid Start to the Test
Lacrosse Magazine
March 7, 2014
By Gary Lambrecht

So many things are going well for the fourth-ranked Loyola Greyhounds. Ever since the Greyhounds awakened in their season opener with a 9-0, fourth-quarter run at Virginia and nearly stole the game from the Cavaliers before falling in overtime, the Loyola offense has hummed. During their current, four-game winning streak, the Greyhounds are averaging 15 goals and have outscored opponents by an average of nine. Junior attackman Nikko Pontrello (19 goals on 50 percent shooting) is abusing defenses. Senior attackman Justin Ward (15 assists) has been masterful at quarterback. The midfield, which lost five of its top seven scorers to graduation, is getting huge contributions from both lines, including sophomore Tyler Albrecht (eight goals), redshirt freshman Brian Sherlock (10 points) and senior Kevin Ryan (11 goals).

Baltimore Sun Logo Loyola men's lacrosse coach Charley Toomey anticipating talented, not ticked-off, Duke team
The Baltimore Sun
March 7, 2014
By Edward Lee

It would be understandable if No. 6 Duke still feels the sting of Saturday's 10-6 loss to No. 1 Maryland and tries to channel that anger into Sunday's game against No. 5 Loyola at 6 p.m. Sunday at Ridley Athletic Complex in Baltimore. But as far as coach Charley Toomey is concerned, the Greyhounds (4-1) are concentrating on the skills, not the emotions, of the Blue Devils (4-1).

Baltimore Sun Logo Rotation of standouts emerging for Loyola men's lacrosse
The Baltimore Sun
March 6, 2014
By Edward Lee

Since opening the season with a 14-13 overtime loss to No. 2 Virginia on Feb. 6, No. 5 Loyola has reeled off four straight victories and is considered one of the hottest teams in Division I. And the Greyhounds have more than one player to thank. The team has had a different "hero" emerge in three of the four victories. Junior attackman Nikko Pontrello powered Loyola's wins against No. 8 Penn State and No. 18 Towson. Senior attackman Brian Schultz recorded career highs in goals and assists in a rout of Holy Cross, and senior midfielder Kevin Ryan set a career best in goals in a convincing victory over No. 17 Lehigh.

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Hats off to the captain, Stan Koziol
The Catholic Review
March 6, 2014
By Paul McMullen

The Catholic Review's managing editor, Paul McMullen, writes about Stan 'Stas' Koziol who he describes as 'the most ferocious leader I have ever encountered.'.

North Jersey Clifton Journal Clips Logo Soccer: Clifton High School soccer great Koziol passes away at 48
Clifton Journal
March 4, 2014
By Christopher Lawlor

Stan Koziol, one of the Clifton soccer greats, passed away Monday after a brief illness in Miami, Fla. He was 48. A Clifton High School graduate (Class of 1983), Mr. Koziol was the face of a program, which became a New Jersey flagship.

Baltimore Sun Logo After shaky start, Loyola men's lacrosse shoring up defense in last two games
The Baltimore Sun
February 25, 2014
By Edward Lee

Loyola surrendered 14 and 11 goals in the first two games, resulting in one overtime loss to No. 8 Virginia and one overtime win against No. 11 Penn State. Since then, the defense has given up just four goals each to No. 19 Towson and Holy Cross. The unit's recent play is a promising sign for a defense that had to replace three starters in defenseman Reid Acton (22 ground balls and 18 caused turnovers), long-stick midfielder Scott Ratliff (77 GB, 29 CT) and short-stick defensive midfielder Josh Hawkins (25 GB, 13 CT).

Baltimore Sun Logo Despite graduations, Loyola men's lacrosse still flexing muscles on offense
The Baltimore Sun
February 24, 2014
By Edward Lee

The unease that dogged Loyola in the offseason and preseason involved an offense that graduated a combined 76 goals and 32 assists from four starters in attackman Mike Sawyer and midfielders Chris Layne, Sean O'Sullivan and Davis Butts. But through the first four games of the current season, the No. 13 Greyhounds (3-1 overall and 1-0 in the Patriot League) are one of the most productive teams in Division I. Thus far, they rank fourth in the country with 15.3 goals per game.

Baltimore Sun Logo No. 13 Loyola men score first 10 goals in 20-4 win over No. 18 Towson
The Baltimore Sun
February 19, 2014
By Edward Lee

Sometime during the second quarter of Wednesday's men's lacrosse game between No. 13 Loyola and No. 18 Towson, a storm that at times pelted Ridley Athletic Complex in Baltimore with rain passed and a rainbow formed over the field. That natural wonder was about the only positive for the Tigers. The host Greyhounds scored nine goals in the first quarter en route to the program's most convincing win since 2007, a 20-4 pasting of Towson.

Baltimore Sun Logo James J. Lacy Jr., standout college athlete
The Baltimore Sun
February 17, 2014
By Jacques Kelly

James J. Lacy Jr., who set a national scoring record as a standout basketball forward at what is now Loyola University Maryland and was a retired insurance broker, died of complications from melanoma Saturday at his North Roland Park home. He was 87. In 1949, Mr. Lacy was the nation's highest-scoring collegiate basketball player with 2,199 points.

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Loyola alum Jim Lacy dies at 87, leaving legacy in Baltimore
Press Box Magazine
February 17, 2014
By Steve Jones

Long before the 3-point shot and the slam dunk became staples of college basketball, Jim Lacy made history. Lacy, who died Feb. 15 at the age of 87, was the first player in NCAA history to score 2,000 points. A Baltimore native, Lacy scored 2,199 points at Loyola College (now Loyola University) from 1943-44 and 1946-49. Lacy still holds the school's men's basketball scoring record 65 years after he shot his last basket.

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Loyola University remembers basketball pioneer Lacy
The Catholic Review
February 17, 2014
By Paul McMullen

Jim Lacy, who put what is now Loyola University Maryland on the college basketball map after World War II, died Feb. 15 at age 87. Lacy was the first player in NCAA history to score 2,000 points in a career, in an era when the Greyhounds stepped outside the old Mason-Dixon Conference to challenge, and occasionally beat, the likes of La Salle, Seton Hall and Villanova.

Baltimore Sun Logo High-scoring Dylon Cormier learns that leading Loyola is hard work
The Baltimore Sun
January 31, 2014
By Childs Walker

It sounds like the greatest deal in the world -- play virtually every minute of every game, take twice as many shots as anybody else, serve as a role model for the guys following in your footsteps. You could even say it perfectly fulfills the fantasies Dylon Cormier harbored as a basketball-mad kid growing up in Pasadena and Randallstown. He wanted to be Allen Iverson. And at least in the context of Loyola basketball, he kind of is.

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Division I lacrosse preview for Loyola Greyhounds
The Baltimore Sun
January 31, 2014
By Edward Lee

Friday's entry is the last of a series taking a look at each of the seven Division I programs in this state according to their order of finish from last season. The Sun's lacrosse preview is slated to be published on Friday, Feb. 7. This is Loyola's turn.

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CollegeInsider.com Video Spotlight: Dylon Cormier
CollegeInsider.com
January 29, 2014

Check out a video feature on Loyola men's basketball senior guard Dylon Cormier from CollegeInsider.com.

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Your Edge: Loyola's Fletcher on On-Ball Defense
Lacrosse Magazine
January 19, 2014
By Corey McLaughlin

Loyola's Joe Fletcher, the only collegian still playing with Team USA, preaches the basics of on-ball defense in this Lacrosse Magazine photo-graphic.

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Loyola men's basketball feeling better after back-to-back wins in Patriot League
The Baltimore Sun
January 16, 2014
By Edward Lee

After back-to-back losses to Patriot League foes Army and American last week, the Loyola men's basketball team needed something to get enthused about. That motivation came in the form of back-to-back home wins against conference rivals Lehigh on Saturday and Lafayette on Monday.

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Loyola's SJ Tuohy enjoying life after Blind SideThe Blind Side
The Baltimore Sun
December 28, 2013
By Childs Walker

Here's a greatly abridged list of facts that set Sean Tuohy Jr. apart from your average reserve on a mid-major college basketball team: Start with the Loyola guard's 23,379 Twitter followers. For a little perspective, the team's star, Dylon Cormier, has 643. Then there are the road crowds, which alternate between calling for Tuohy's entry to the game and booing him like he's J.J. Redick. All of this for a redshirt freshman who's played six minutes in his college career. Oh and three years ago, Tuohy watched Sandra Bullock -- he calls her Sandy -- win an Academy Award for portraying his mother, Leigh Anne.

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Rookie Profiles: Mike Sawyer
MajorLeagueLacrosse.com
December 5, 2013
By Paul Ryan

MajorLeagueLacrosse.com profiles former Greyhound All-American Mike Sawyer '13 after his All-Star rookie season with the Charlotte Hounds

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Loyola comes back from double-digit deficit to beat UMBC, 89-83 in overtime
The Baltimore Sun
November 21, 2013
By Nicholas Fouriezos

Loyola was operating within the thinnest of margins on Wednesday, trailing on the road by 10 points with a minute and a half remaining against UMBC. The Greyhounds needed luck, they needed time and they needed help. The luck came in the form of a stunning shooting streak, when sophomore guard Eric Laster made four consecutive 3-pointers. Senior guard Dylon Cormier was fouled with 11 seconds left, giving him just enough time to convert a free throw and tie the game at 76 apiece.

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Lasagna: The Greatest Coach Who Left The Game
Inside Lacrosse
November 13, 2013
By Pete Lasagna

Inside Lacrosse columnist Peter Lasagna profiles former Loyola attacker Chris Colbeck who left the game of lacrosse and profession of coaching for farming, but his impact is still felt by many.

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CollegeInsider.com : Mid-Major Notebook
CollegeInsider.com
November 12, 2013
By Angela Lento

Dylon Cormier gets a nod from Angela Lento as one of the week's top five performers after scoring 65 points in two road wins.

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Transition from Jimmy Patsos to G.G. Smith moving smoothly for Loyola
The Baltimore Sun
November 8, 2013
By Edward Lee

To hear Jarred Jones tell it, the 6-foot-7 sophomore swingman agreed to play for the Loyola men's basketball team because he was drawn to Jimmy Patsos' coaching style, not repelled by it.

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Cormier, Williams Lead Loyola Basketball Into Season
The Baltimore Sun
November 7, 2013
By Edward Lee

There are times when Dylon Cormier and R.J. Williams don't even have to say a word. As the starting guards for Loyola, there are unspoken rules between the duo. For instance, if the point guard Williams (above left) presses a ball handler, Cormier (above right) knows that he has the green light to go for the steal. And when Williams drives to the basket, he knows that Cormier is lurking nearby for a backdoor assist.

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Loyola faces a different challenge as it moves to Patriot League
The Baltimore Sun
November 6, 2013
By Edward Lee

Dylon Cormier is smart enough to realize that he should not expect the Patriot League to roll out the red carpet for him and his Loyola men's basketball teammates as they begin their first season in the conference. In fact, the 6-foot-3, 184-pound senior shooting guard said he and his teammates are anticipating a welcome that isn't warm and fuzzy.

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Season Preview: CHD sits down with new Loyola (MD) coach GG Smith
CollegeHoopsDaily.com
November 2, 2013
By Jon Teitel

CollegeHoopsDaily.com's Jon Teitel recently spoke with Loyola head coach G.G. Smith about the upcoming season.

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Season Preview: CHD sits down with Loyola (MD) SG Dylon Cormier
CollegeHoopsDaily.com
November 2, 2013
By Jon Teitel

CollegeHoopsDaily.com's Jon Teitel recently spoke with Loyola senior guard Dylon Cormier about the upcoming season.

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Blind Side son, now 20, is baptized
Baptist Press
October 7, 2013
By Tim Tune

When he was 7 or 8, Sean Tuohy Jr. was sidelined by chickenpox on the day he was scheduled to be baptized. Now 20, Tuohy -- the young son portrayed in "The Blind Side" movie -- was baptized in mid-August by family friend Hugh Freeze, the University of Mississippi's head football coach.

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Saturday's loss to UMBC men's soccer won't water down Loyola's start
The Baltimore Sun
September 24, 2013
By Edward Lee

Greyhounds are still 5-1-1 and get a week off before opening play in Patriot League.

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Former Georgia guard G.G. Smith follows in father's footsteps
The Red & Black
September 23, 2013
By Nicholas Fouriezos

When former Georgia guard G.G. Smith was announced as Loyola University Baltimore's head coach in April, his father, Tubby, interrupted his inaugural press conference with a congratulatory phone call. But Wednesday, Tubby -- who was G.G.'s coach for two years at Georgia -- was able to congratulate his son in person.

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Boston University, Loyola give Patriot League a new look
College Chalk Talk
September 22, 2013
By Keith Gary

Not since the 2001-02 season, when American University joined the fold, has the men's basketball landscape of the Patriot League experienced any change. The addition of Boston University, from the America East, and the MAAC's Loyola (Md.) brings the PL membership to 10 for the 2013-14 season.

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G.G. Smith is ready for his first season as head coach at Loyola
The Baltimore Sun
June 20, 2013
By Nicholas Fouriezos

When longtime college basketball coach Tubby Smith took the stage next to G.G. Smith, the first-year head coach of the Loyola men's basketball team, it seemed as if he was there to support his son in his new role.

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UMBC-Loyola men's soccer game features two of nation's top scorers
The Baltimore Sun
September 13, 2013
By Edward Lee

The game Saturday night between UMBC and Loyola features two of the top goal scorers in Division I men's soccer, but the Retrievers' Pete Caringi III and the Greyhounds' Larry Ndjock don't think the spotlight should be on them.

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Youthful Loyola men's soccer exceeding expectations
The Baltimore Sun
September 13, 2013
By Edward Lee

Thirteen freshmen have helped the Greyhounds open the season with a 5-0-1 record as Saturday night's contest vs. No. 21 UMBC looms.

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G.G. Smith follows in his dad's footsteps
ESPN.com
September 16, 2013
By Jason King/em>

ESPN.com'sAs excited as Tubby Smith is to start his new coaching job at Texas Tech, he's equally anticipating the beginning of his son G.G.'s head coaching career at Loyola.

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Loyola's Laster and others impress on foreign tour
College Chalk Talk
August 27, 2013
By Drew Dawson

College Chalk Talk writes about how Loyola sophomore wing Eric Laster was impressive during a recent foreign tour against select professional teams in Europe.

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Top 10: New hires positioned for success
ESPN.com
August 26, 2013
By Myron Medcalf/em>

ESPN.com's Myron Medcalf named G.G. Smith, who was named Loyola's 20th head basketball coach in April 2013, one of 10 college basketball coaches in new positions who is positioned to succeed! Read more in his blog.

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Raiders swoop for giant forward Shane Walker
The Herald (Plymouth, England)
August 1, 2013
By Glenn Bryant

Shane Walker, a 2012 graduate of Loyola University Maryland, has signed to play for the Plymouth Raiders in the British Basketball League. The native of Northampton, England, played last year in Holland, Greece and Cyprus.

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