March 23, 2010
|Opponent||Stony Brook Seawolves (2-6)|
|Date & Opening Draw||March 24, 2010 | 2 p.m. ET|
|Location||Baltimore, Md. | Ridley Athletic Complex|
|Game Notes||Complete Game Notes As PDF File|
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- Loyola hosts Stony Brook in the Greyhounds' Power in Pink Day. All proceeds from the game will go to cancer research.
- Head Coaches Jen Adams and Allison Comito were offensive stalwarts at Maryland from 1999-2001, where they teamed to lead the Terrapins to three consecutive national championships.
In The Polls
- The Greyhounds jumped three spots to 15th in the Inside Lacrosse Media Poll and are 15th in the IWLCA Poll as well.
Last Time Out
- Loyola got three goals from Meg Decker and Grace Gavin as they handed James Madison its first loss of the season. Caroline Hager also tallied three points on a goal and two assists. Kerry Stoothoff made nine saves in the win.
- Stony Brook fell to Columbia, 15-13 on March 20 with Melissa Cooke (4g) and Nicolle Moran (3g, 1a) combining for seven goals. Samantha Djaha (2g) led the team with six draw controls and Mickey Cahill made three saves in the loss.
- This will be just the second time these teams have met, with the first coming last season in Jen Adams first game as a head coach.
- Loyola won 15-7 on the road last season on February 18. Grace Gavin recorded five goals and an assist, while Abby Rehfuss recorded a hat trick and added an assist.
The 2010 Loyola Greyhounds
- Grace Gavin leads the attack with 26 goals and 33 points. Emily Gibson is second offensively with 15 goals and 23 points. Meg Decker and Abby Rehfuss have 13 and 12 goals, respectively, while Cara Filippelli and Mary Heneberry have 11 goals. Caroline Hager is fifth on the team with 14 points with eight goals and six assists.
- Sophomore netminder Kerry Stoothoff has been strong in goal midway through the season, allowing just under nine goals per game with 85 saves and a .528 save percentage. She has played all but 24 minutes this season after splitting time with Meg Steffe in 2009.
- Rehfuss leads the team with 25 ground balls, while Stoothoff is second with 21. Gibson also has 18, while Ana Heneberry has 17. Rehfuss also leads the team with 25 draw controls, while Gibson has 18 and Decker has 16.
- Emily Gibson leads the team with 16 caused turnovers as the Greyhounds also lead the conference in the category. Ashley Moulton and Ana Heneberry both have 15.
- Loyola is in BIG EAST conference action from here on out, and will host Cincinnati and Notre Dame on April 3 and April 5, respectively. Opening draw from Ridley Athletic Complex is slated for 12:00 p.m. for both games.
- Immediately following the women's game vs. the Bearcats, the Loyola men's lacrosse team will take on ECAC rival Ohio State.