|Date||Saturday, October 4, 2014|
|Location||Baltimore, Maryland | Ridley Athletic Complex|
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• Saturday’s game will mark first home Patriot League game for the Greyhounds this season.
• Loyola opened its conference schedule with a 2-0 loss at Holy Cross last Saturday.
• The contest snapped a three-game overtime streak the Greyhounds were on.
• At home this season, the Greyhounds are 2-0-0, beating Howard, 1-0, and La Salle, 1-0, in OT.
Last Time Out
• Loyola dropped a 2-0 game at Holy Cross to open Patriot League play on Saturday.
• The Crusaders scored right before halftime, in the 42nd minute, to take a 1-0 lead into the break and then struck again in the 80th minute to put the game out of reach for the Greyhounds.
Loyola Greyhounds (3-3-1, 0-1-0 Patriot League)
• Sophomore Ryan Tuck leads four Greyhounds with goals this year, scoring twice, while seniors Joseph Cahalan and Connor Thompson, and sophomore Jake Heroux, also have a goal.
• Sophomore Laurin Vogel has a team-best three assists, which ranks tied for third in the league.
• Thompson scored the game-winning goal against Howard and Heroux scored the game-winner at Drexel. Vogel assisted both of those goals, while freshman Brad Warenicz assisted Tuck’s equalizer at Stetson.
• Cahalan notched the game-winner just 18 seconds into overtime against La Salle, putting away the rebound of sophomore Dylan Engel’s previous shot and Tuck headed in a free kick from Vogel to score the first goal in a 1-1 tie at No. 21 UMBC.
• Sophomore transfer Matt Sanchez has played all 760 minutes and has recorded three shutouts.
• Five players made their debuts as Greyhounds vs. St. Francis; Sanchez in goal, sophomore midfielder John Toher, sophomore transfer Dolu Oyewole, Engel and freshman Brad Warenicz.
• Freshman Danny Mooney earned his first action at Campbell.
Colgate Raiders (4-3-1, 1-0-0 Patriot League)
• Colgate is coming off a 2-1 double-overtime win over Lafayette last Saturday.
• Ethan Kutler scored the equalizer in the 74th minute and then assisted Zach Pagani’s game-winning goal in the 104th minute.
• Kutler has proved to be the biggest offensive threat in the Patriot League so far this year, as his 10 goals and 21 points are six goals and 10 points more than anyone else in the league. He’s also ranked second in the NCAA with 1.25 goals per game and fourth with 2.63 points per outing.
• Tyler Forbes and Pagani are the only other Raiders with goals this year, while Jared Stroud lead sthe team with three assists.
• In goal, Ricky Brown has played all 775 minutes, posting a 1.28 goals-against average and a .744 save percentage.
• Loyola and Colgate were unable to decide a winner in their inaugural meeting last season, with the series being tied at 0-0-1 after a 1-1 double-overtime tie at Van Doren Field.
• The Raiders, who, at the time, were unbeaten in conference games at home since 2009, scored first in the 24th minute, but the Greyhounds were able to find their equalizer in the 43rd minute.
• Loyola will remain home to host Bucknell in a midweek matchup Wednesday night.
• Kick off is scheduled for 7 p.m., at Ridley Athletic Complex.