March 24, 2004
Baltimore, Md. - Back on track after a 13-7 win over Notre Dame last weekend, the men's lacrosse team heads to Providence, R.I. for a Saturday afternoon meeting with the Brown Bears. The Greyhounds bring a 2-2 overall record and a No. 11 national ranking while Brown sports a perfect 4-0 mark and is fresh off an upset of Massachusetts. Listen to all the action here with Live Audio .
With the starting offensive attack scoring seven of Loyola's 13 goals against the Fighting Irish, the 'Hounds seem to have found their offensive rhythm. Senior Stephen Brundage leads the team with seven goals and five assists on the year and is tied with freshman Matt Cassalia with a team-high 21 groundballs. Sophomore Dan Glazer, who started his first collegiate game in goal, should get the nod again this week with his 12 saves in the win over Notre Dame.
Brown enters ranked No. 18 in the Coaches' Poll. The Bears are off to their best start (4-0) since 1992 and are lead by senior Charles Towers, who had five goals in last Saturday's 10-5 win over UMass. Towers has a team-best 11 goals on the season.
Loyola and Brown have met a total of 18 times on the lacrosse field and each program has nine wins in the series. The Greyhounds, however, have won the last seven meetings with the Bears, including a 16-8 win last season at Curley Field.
Saturday's game is only the second Loyola game outside of Baltimore. Tune into WNST AM 1570 or Online at www.LoyolaGreyhounds.com for all the action.