|Opponent||Holy Cross Crusaders|
|Date||Friday, October 3, 2014|
|Location||Worcester, Massachusetts | Hart Center|
|Online Media||Live Stats | Patriot League Network Video|
|Opponent||Army Black Knights|
|Date||Saturday, October 4, 2014|
|Location||West Point, New York | Gillis Field House|
|Online Media||Live Stats|
- Loyola University Maryland plays its first Patriot League road matches of the 2014 season this weekend as it travels to College of the Holy Cross and the U.S. Military Academy.
- The Greyhounds take on the Crusaders in Worcester, Mass., Friday at 7 p.m. before heading to West Point, N.Y., for a 7 p.m. match Saturday versus the Black Knights.
Patriot League Network
- Loyola’s match against Holy Cross on Friday night will air live and free of charge on the Patriot League Network. Fans can tune in to www.patriotleague.tv to watch the game.
Cichosz Back From Injury
- After missing a two-plus weeks of action, the Greyhounds’ leading outside hitter, freshman Molly Cichosz, returned to the lineup Sept. 25 against Lehigh.
- The native of Washington state was injured early in the Sept. 6 match versus Saint Francis and missed seven matches before coming back against the Mountain Hawks.
- In her first two Patriot League matches, Cichosz led the team with 19 total kills, 2.71 per set.
- This season, in eight contests, she has 109 kills. Her 3.76 kills per set average not only leads the Greyhounds and the Patriot League, but it is 0.43 pet set better than the No. 2 player (Holy Cross’ Mandy Sifferien) in the League’s statistical category.
- As the team’s libero for the last several games, sophomore Micah Duzey has put up solid numbers, boosting her season digs total to 159, a team-best 3.06 per set (after playing only as a back-row rotation player in the first three weeks).
- Duzey has posted five-straight matches with 10 or more digs and has hit double figures in six of seven outings. During a three-game stretch that included matches gainst Morgan State Unviersity, Saint Francis and Lehigh Unviersity, she averaged 6.0 per set.
- Kara Schiffer returned to action late in the match against Lafayette College and totaled nine digs, eight coming in the fourth set.
- Elena Scarano posted a career-high nine digs last Sunday against the Leopards.