CENTER VALLEY, Pa. - Loyola University Maryland women’s lacrosse sophomore goalkeeper Kady Glynn has been named the Corvias Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week, as announced by the League office Monday.
A native of Florham Park, New Jersey, Glynn led the Greyhounds to their first victory of the season, making a career-high 18 saves in a 13-9 victory at Navy on Saturday. Her 18 saves were the most for a goalkeeper under ninth-year head coach Jen Adams, the most for a Greyhound goalkeeper since Kourtney Heavey posted 21 vs. then-No. 4 Virginia on April 16, 1997, and the most for a Patriot League goalkeeper since 2015.
Glynn also made nine saves in an 11-7 loss at No. 20 Virginia on Wednesday.
For the week, Glynn faced 63 shots, making 27 saves and posting a .574 save percentage. She also picked up six ground balls and caused on turnover in the two contests.
This marks the first career weekly award for Glynn, who has reached double figures in saves in three of Loyola’s last four games.
The Greyhounds will be back in action on Wednesday when they host the Hoyas in the second game of a Loyola-Georgetown lacrosse doubleheader at Ridley Athletic Complex. Opening draw for the women’s game is scheduled for 7 p.m.