Nov. 18, 2011
The men’s soccer team at Loyola University Maryland again recorded double-digit regular season wins in 2011. Much of that success was owed to fifth-year senior goalkeeper Kyle Wittman and sophomore forward Geaton Caltabiano, whose surnames should be familiar to local fans.
Wittman recorded all 10 regular season wins for the Greyhounds, earning a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference-leading eight shutouts. Caltabiano was an instrumental part of the Greyhounds’ attack, leading the team in goals and points.
What makes their accomplishments even more special is the fact that both Loyola standouts are hometown products with deep ties to the soccer community in Baltimore.
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