|Opponent||Lehigh Mountain Hawks|
|Date||Saturday, October 18, 2014|
|Location||Baltimore, Maryland | Ridley Athletic Complex|
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• Loyola and Lehigh are both looking to snap three-game losing skids.
• Saturday will be Lehigh’s first trip to Ridley Athletic Complex.
• The game is the second of a doubleheader with the Loyola women’s soccer team, which hosts Boston University at 2 p.m.
Last Time Out
Last Time Out
• The Greyhounds were called for an inadvertant hand ball in the box on Princeton’s corner kick with 3:40 left to play in regulation, setting up Cameron Porter’s game-winning penalty kick.
• Sophomore Matt Sanchez, unable to stop the PK, picked up five saves throughout the 90 minutes.
Loyola Greyhounds (4-6-2, 1-3-0 Patriot League)
• Senior Connor Thompson and sophomore Ryan Tuck lead six Greyhounds with goals this year, each scoring twice. Senior Joseph Cahalan, junior Brennan Goldsmith and sophomores Dylan Engel and 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 goals against Howard and Colgate, while Heroux scored the game-winner at Drexel and Cahalan notched the game-winner just 18 seconds into overtime against La Salle.
• Tuck scored the equalizer at Stetson and added a second goal of the season at No. 21 UMBC, earning back-to-back Corvias Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week honors on September 15 and September 22 for his play in those two weeks.
• Engel scored his first career goal, assisted by senior Joey Wilkins, against Bucknell, while Goldsmith tallied his first career goal against Army.
• Sophomore transfer Matt Sanchez has played all 1120 minutes and has recorded four shutouts, including one against Colgate, en route to earning the league’s goalkeeper of the week honor.
• 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.
Lehigh Mountain Hawks (6-6-0, 2-2-0 Patriot League)
• Lehigh is also looking to snap a three-game losing skid, coming off three-straight 2-0 losses to Lafayette, Boston University and Maryland, respectively.
• Jamie Luchini leads Lehigh with four goals, two assists and 10 points, while he and Doyle Tuvesson both have two game-winning goals. Tuvesson has three goals and one assist this year.
• Brian Vail has scored twice for the Mountain Hawks and Austin Decker and Ali Famili have one goal each.
• In goal, Ciaran Nugent has started and played all but one game, recording a 1.26 goals-against average and a .745 save percentage. Joe Bogan played all 90 minutes of the season opener, recording a 2-1 win over Manhattan.
• The 2013 season was the first meeting for Loyola and Lehigh, with the Mountain Hawks taking advantage of a defensive miscue in the 20th minute for a 1-0 win at Ulrich Sports Complex.
• The Greyhounds will host Boston University in a conference tilt Saturday at 1p.m.