April 7, 2011
BALTIMORE - Three Loyola University Maryland men's lacrosse players were featured in Friday's edition of The Baltimore Sun for going against their family's football tradition and choosing to play lacrosse.
Dalton's father, Steve, played for the Baltimore Colts, Washington Redskins and New Orleans Saints.
Grimm's father, Russ, had a Hall of Fame career as an offensive lineman for the Washington Redskins and is now the associate head coach of the Arizona Cardinals.
Moriarty's dad, Pat, played briefly with the Cleveland Browns and is now the Vice President of Football Administration for the Baltimore Ravens.
Read all of the story written by Kevin Van Valkenburg by clicking here.
Another Loyola player was featured in the media, too, on Friday. Chris Palmer, who scored a career-best five goals last Saturday in a win at Ohio State, was featured on CSNBaltimore.com. Click here to watch that story.
Loyola is back in action on Saturday at Ridley Athletic Complex, taking on Fairfield in an ECAC Lacrosse League game at 1 o'clock. Click here to purchase tickets to the game.