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#13 Women's Lacrosse Closes Regular Season At #12 Georgetown

April 26, 2010

Game Information
Opponent Georgetown Hoyas (9-5, 6-0 BIG EAST)
Date & Opening Draw April 28, 2010 | 7 p.m. ET
Location Washington, D.C. | Multi-Sport Field
Television Verizon FiOS (Tape Delay)
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Today's Matchup

  • In a televised matchup, #13 Loyola will travel to play its 600th all-time game against Beltway rival and #12 Georgetown Wednesday, April 28 at 7:00 pm.
  • A win for the Greyhounds will guarantee a spot in the BIG EAST Tournament for the first time since joining the conference in 2006.
  • Loyola can also clinch a spot with a Notre Dame win at Connecticut on May 1 or a Rutgers loss in any of its two remaining games.


In The Polls

  • The `Hounds remained 13th in the IWLCA Coaches poll, while the Hoyas jumped two spots to 12th.
  • Loyola and Georgetown both jumped one spot in the media poll with the `Hounds ranked 13th and the Hoyas ranked 12th.


Last Time Out

  • Georgetown allowed a season-low 4 goals in a 15-4 victory at Yale Friday night. Molly Ford had seven points on two goals and five assists. Goalkeeper Caitlin Formby had 14 saves in the win.


Historically Speaking

  • Loyola holds a 5-4 series advantage against Georgetown.
  • After losing four straight games against the Hoyas from 2001-2008, Loyola defeated Georgetown, 13-11 in Baltimore last season as six players, led by a Cara Filippelli hat trick, scored multi-goal games. Emily Gibson led Loyola with four points on two goals and two assists.


The 2010 Loyola Greyhounds

  • Sophomore goalkeeper Kerry Stoothoff is third in the BIG EAST with a 9.20 GAA, .502 save percentage and fifth with 8.25 saves per game.
  • Ana Heneberry and Emily Gibson are tied for the team lead with 31 caused turnovers. Loyola is 2nd in the nation with 12.88 caused turnovers per game.


Up Next

  • With a win, Loyola will advance to the BIG EAST Tournament and will most likely play either the Hoyas, Syracuse or Notre Dame.
  • The Greyhounds led in both games against the Orange and Irish, but were unable to hold on in both.