|Date||Sunday, October 30, 2016|
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• Prior to the start of the match, Loyola will honor its five seniors: Brennan Goldsmith, Matt Sanchez, Ryan Tuck, Laurin Vogel and David Warburton.
• These five Greyhounds have combined for five goals, eight assists, 18 points, 181 saves and 10 shutouts throughout their four seasons on the Evergreen Campus.
• With a 4-1-2 record, Loyola clinched a spot in the upcoming Patriot League Tournament.
• This will mark the Greyhounds’ first-ever appearance in the six-team tournament.
Patriot League Rundown
• Loyola opened Patriot League play with a 2-0 win at Lafayette, with the two goals doubling the amount of goals the Greyhounds scored in League play last season (1 at Boston University.).
• The Greyhounds followed that up with their first win over Navy since joining the Patriot League, and their first win over the Midshipmen since 2003.
• At American, Loyola snapped the Eagles’ then-212 minute shutout streak in League games, beating the preseason favorites 1-0 in Washington, D.C. Through six League games, Loyola is one of only two teams to score against American this season.
• Freshman Brian Saramago broke out for his first career hat trick in a 3-3 double-overtime tie against Boston University. He was named the Patriot League, NSCAA and NCAA Player of the Week for his play against the preseason runners up.
• Saramago added to his hot streak against Lehigh, scoring a pair of goals in the first 16 minutes to help Loyola knock off the defending Patriot League Tournament Champions, 2-1.
• Saramago picked up his second-straight Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week on October 17 to become the first League player with dual honors this season.
• At Army West Point, Gabriel Carlsson scored in the 88th minute to get the Greyhounds their 2-2 tie and keep Loyola unbeaten in League play.
• In the seventh League contest, Bucknell became the first conference foe to hold Loyola scoreless this season, as the Bison also handed the Greyhounds their first League loss.
Loyola Greyhounds (6-6-3, 4-1-2 Patriot League)
• In scoring 12 goals on 71 shots in conference play, Loyola’s .169 shot percentage tops the League.
• Brian Saramago is tied for second in the League with 18 points on eight goals and two assists this season. Nationally, he’s the sixth-ranked freshman in both points and goals this year.
• With a team-best five assists, classmate Barry Sharifi ranks fifth in the Patriot League and is tied for 11th among all freshmen nationally.
• In conference only games, senior Matt Sanchez is second in the League with a .800 goals-against average and a .844 save percentage. His 4.50 save per game average ranks third.
Colgate Raiders (10-4-1, 4-1-1 Patriot League)
• The Raiders enter the contest tied for third in the Patriot League and one point back of Loyola.
• Zach Pagani and Jared Stroud lead the Raiders with 11 points this season, as Pagani is tied with Ethan Kutler for the team lead with five goals each. Stroud tops the team with seven assists.
• In goal, Ricky Brown has started 14 of 16 games and has played 1355 minutes. He’s posted a 1.26 goals-against average and a .708 save percentage.
Versus The Raiders
• The series between Colgate and Loyola is knotted at 1-1-1 with both teams scoring twice.
• During the 2013 season, Loyola came away from Van Doren Field with a 1-1 double-overtime tie. At the time, the Raiders were unbeaten in conference games at home since 2009.
• In 2014, the Greyhounds picked up their first Patriot League win of the season, downing Colgate, 1-0, at Ridley Athletic Complex.
• Last season, the Greyhounds fell to the Raiders, 1-0, as Colgate scored in the 74th minute.
• The Greyhounds will close out the regular season on Saturday when it travels to Holy Cross for a 1 p.m. matchup.