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Three Former Greyhounds Inducted Into US Lacrosse Chapter Halls Of Fame

Feb. 1, 2012

BALTIMORE - The Loyola University Maryland men’s and women’s lacrosse programs will have three former Greyhounds inducted into US Lacrosse Chapter Halls of Fame this year. On Saturday, Jan. 21, Paul Cantabene and Betsy Givens Economou were inducted into the Greater Baltimore Chapter Hall of Fame, while Sabrina Gallagher Rozsko will be inducted into the Long Island Metro Chapter Hall of Fame on Saturday, Feb. 11.

Paul Cantabene, a 1993 graduate of Loyola, was inducted into the Rochester, N.Y., chapter of the US Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2003 and was honored with the President's Medal by Stevenson in 2010. Regarded as one of the greatest faceoff specialists of all time, Cantabene was a second-team All-America selection at midfield as a senior, while he was also named Team MVP and selected to the North-South All-Star game. After graduation, Cantabene embarked on a 13-year professional career on the indoor, outdoor and club level. A three-time NLL All-Star and 1999 All-Star Game MVP, Cantabene has built Stevenson University into one of the elite programs in Division III. In seven seasons as the head coach, the Loyola alumnus has a 97-30 record.

Betsy Givens Economou was a midfielder for Broadneck High School from 1988 to 1990, where she was a Baltimore Sun All-Metro selection her junior and senior years. She was also named the Maryland State Player of the Year as a senior. At Loyola, Givens Economou went on to become an All-American her senior year. After graduation, she coached at Davidson (N.C.) University in 2007-2008 and Lake Norman (N.C.) High, where she helped start the girls lacrosse program in 2009.

Sabrina Gallagher Roszko was a two-time state champion at Manhasset High School in 1985 and 1988. Gallagher Roszko was named a High School All-American in 1988 along with earning all-county honors in 1987 and 1988 and all-league recognition in 1986. At Loyola, Sabrina was a two-time college All-American, receiving recognition in 1990 and 1993. She was a member of the 1990 NCAA semifinalist squad and earned All-South Atlantic Conference honors all four seasons. She ranks sixth in goals, ninth in draw control, eighth in ground balls, fourth in games started and eighth all time in games played at Loyola. Following her senior campaign, she was named to North-South All-Star Game.