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Dylon Cormier
Dylon  Cormier


Baltimore, Md.

High School:
Cardinal Gibbons

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 184



Hot Shooting In Second Half Leads Men's Hoops Over Army West Point

Hot Shooting In Second Half Leads Men's Hoops Over Army West Point


Cormier Signs Contract To Start Pro Career In Holland

Pro Contract


Class of 2014 Student-Athletes Celebrate Graduation



Brown, Krusen Receive Honors At Athletics Banquet

Year-End Banquet


Fletcher, Paton Receive Top Awards At Athletics Banquet

Year-End Banquet


Highlights recapping the Greyhounds 2013-14 Season

Highlights recapping the Greyhounds 2013-14 Season


The Greyhounds fall to the Black Knights 77-71

The Greyhounds fall to the Black Knights 77-71


Interviews and highlights from the Greyhounds 77-63 win over Lafayette

Interviews and highlights from the Greyhounds 77-63 win over Lafayette


Strong defense pushes the Greyhounds past Lehigh 72-68 at Reitz Arena

Strong defense pushes the Greyhounds past Lehigh 72-68 at Reitz Arena


The Greyhounds capture their first Patriot League victory in program history defeating Navy in overtime 63-57

The Greyhounds capture their first Patriot League victory in program history defeating Navy in overtime 63-57


Men's Basketball Senior Day 2014

The Greyhounds honored Dylon Cormier, Jordan Latham, Chido Onyiuke & manager Zan Cheema on Senior Day 2014.


Loyola Men's Basketball vs. Lafayette

Loyola men's basketball hosted Lafayette on January 13, 2014.


Loyola Men's Basketball vs. Navy

Loyola men's basketball played its first-ever Patriot League game on January 2, 2014, against Navy.


Loyola Men's Basketball at Miami

Loyola men's basketball played the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Fla., on December 30, 2013.


Loyola Men's Basketball vs. Saint Joseph's

Loyola University Maryland men's basketball hosted Saint Joseph's University on December 21, 2013.

Career: Graduated in May 2014 with his bachelor of arts in communications with an emphasis in advertising and public relations... Despite missing the last nine games of his senior season with injury, Cormier sits near the top of several statistical categories at Loyola:




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2013-2014 (Senior): Earned All-Patriot League Third Team honors despite missing half of the conference regular-season with an injury... Led the team, and was the top scorer in the Patriot League by almost three points per game at the time of his injury, with a 21.2 points per game average... Also topped the team, and was fourth in the conference at the time, with 5.8 rebounds per game... Was 13th in NCAA Division I in points per game when he was hurt... Led the Patriot League in offensive rebounds (63, 3.0) through the time of his injury... Played in 21 games before his injury and scored 10 or more points in each of those outings... Had 14 games with 20 or more points and four contests with double-digit rebounds for his first four career double-doubles... Led Loyola in scoring in 19-of-21 games he played and in rebounding 11 times... Was 126-of-191 from the free-throw line, going to the stripe an average of 9.1 times per game, fourth in the NCAA through the time he was hurt... Fractured his left hand against Army (2/1) and had surgery on February 5, ending his season... Made all seven of his free throws and scored 21 points with three assists and two steals versus Colgate (1/25)... Tallied his third career double-double with 25 points and 11 rebounds against Lafayette (1/13)... Made 10-of-18 shots, scored 25 against Lehigh (1/11)... Finished with 27 points and nine rebounds at Army (1/5)... Made 12-of-12 free throws, the fifth-best performance from the line in school history, and scored 20 in a comeback win over Navy (1/2)... Scored 23 of his game-high 27 in the second half against Saint Joseph's (12/21)... Had his third double-double with 11 rebounds against the Hawks... Made 16-of-21 free throws and scored 25 against Stony Brook (12/19)... The 21 free throws attempted are second-most in school history... Tallied 23 points at No. 23 Connecticut (11/26)... Matched his career-best with 34 points, and had a double-double with 10 points at UMBC (11/20)... Made a career-high 12 field goals in that game... Named Patriot League Player of the Week after the first weekend of the year when he averaged 32.5 points and 8.5 rebounds in two wins... Scored a career-high 34 at Cornell (11/10) and had his first double-double with a career-best 11 boards... Tallied eight of his points in overtime and had a steal to seal the win with 13 seconds left... Opened the year with 31 points at Binghamton (11/8), 21 in the second half.

2012-2013 (Junior): Named to the All-MAAC First Team after leading the Greyhounds in scoring (16.4 points per game)... Played in 34 games and averaged 35.1 minutes per game, tops on the team... Scored his 1,000th career point on January 21 at Fairfield in the same game as teammate Erik Etherly also notched his 1,000th point... They were the first pair of Loyola teammates and first in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference to accomplish the feat in the same game... Enters his senior season with 1,213 points, a total good for 22nd all-time at Loyola... Finished second in the MAAC with 62 steals, a total that ranks seventh in school single-season history... Enters 2013-2014 with 139 career steals, seventh in school career history... Was the team's top offensive rebounder during the season with 75... Averaged 4.6 rebounds per game, third-best on the team... Scored in double-figures in 31 of 34 games during the season and had 15 or more on 24 occasions... Topped the 20-point mark seven times... Opened the year with five-straight games scoring 16 or more points, recording 21 in the season-opener against Binghamton (11/9)... Followed that with 19 at Washington (11/11), 17 against UMBC (11/14) and 19 against Norfolk State (11/17)... Had the game-winning layup and ensuing free throw with 1.5 seconds left against Albany (11/18) in the title game of the Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament at Mohegan Sun Arena... Finished with 16 against the Great Danes... Poured in a career-best 27 at Coppin State (11/28), making 11-of-12 free throws in the game... Also pulled down eight rebounds and had four assists against the Eagles... Tallied a career-best nine rebounds the following game at Florida Gulf Coast (12/1)... Went 9-of-13 at the free-throw line against Saint Peter's in the IZOD Center (12/8), one of six times during the season he attempted 10 or more free throws... Scored 25 points, grabbed five offensive rebounds and had a season-high five steals at Memphis (12/30)... Recorded his second-straight 20-plus point game with 21 against Rider (1/4)... Those games were in the midst of a stretch of 18-straight where he scored 11 or more points... Made 7-of-8 from the field, 2-of-2 from 3-point range, to finish with 19 points against Marist (1/17)... Scored 21 at Fairield (1/21) four days later and tallied his 1,000th career point on a second-half three... Did not play at Manhattan (1/25) due to the stomach flu... Recorded 24 points and five steals at Siena (2/16) and a week later in Bracketbuster action finished with 20 at Tennessee State... Scored 16 points, all in the final 11 minutes, in the CIT First Round against Boston University (3/19) and then tallied 18 versus Kent State (3/24) in the Second Round.

2011-2012 (Sophomore):Earned All-MAAC Second Team honors in his second season after finishing second on the team in points per game (13.4), while leading the team in steals (51)... Opened the season with 13 points at Wake Forest (11/11) and followed with back-to-back 20-point efforts against Coppin State (11/14) and at UMBC (11/17)... Was 15-of-17 from the free-throw line against the Retrievers, helping Jimmy Patsos win his 100th career game as a head coach... His 15 free throws made are tied for sixth-most in school history... Started MAAC action with 15 points and seven rebounds against Marist (12/1) before scoring 22 points on the road at Siena (12/3)... Was 5-of-6 from behind the 3-point line against the Saints... Set his career-high four days later by going 7-of-13 form the field and 10-of-13 from the line to score 26 in Loyola's win at George Washington (12/7)... Made 6-of-9 shots three days later at Mount St. Mary's (12/10) and scored 15 to go with three assists and five boards... Earned MAAC and Jesuit Spotlight National Player of the Week honors following those two games... Scored in double-figures in each of Loyola's first nine games and 15 of the Greyhounds' first 16... Finished with just 11 points, but his 3-pointer from the right corner with 3.1 seconds left on the clock lifted Loyola to a win over Manhattan (1/5)... Went 8-of-13 form the field in the Greyhound's next game, scoring 23 with a career-high five assists against Canisius (1/7)... Tallied eight of his game-high 17 points during a 22-2 Loyola run that pushed the Greyhounds past Siena (1/19)... Did not score for the first time in his collegiate career after playing only in the second half because of an ankle injury at Niagara (1/27)... Did not play at Canisius because of the same ailment (1/29)... Hit 8-of-16 shots and tied for team-high honors with 22 against Iona (2/10)... Made 8-of-12 shots, 3-of-4 from behind the 3-point line in the MAAC Quarterfinals against Niagara (3/3)... Finished the season with 14 points in the NCAA Second Round against Ohio State (3/15).

2010-2011 (Freshman): Has a solid freshman season, playing both guard spots, for the Greyhounds... Saw action in 28 games and started 27... Missed two December games due to illness... Averaged 8.1 points per game... Solid defender who was drawing the opposition's top perimeter player by the end of the season... Burst onto the scene in his second collegiate game with a 20-point performance to lead all players against UMBC (11/17)... Made 5-of-7 shots and got to the free-throw line 10 times, making nine, against the Retrievers... Then scored nine points and had a season-high eight rebounds four days later against Dartmouth (11/21)... Earned MAAC Rookie of the Week honors following those games... Scored 12 at Morgan State (11/29) and then tallied 11 in his Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference debut versus Saint Peter's (12/2)... Scored 11 and had a season-high four assists against Georgetown at the Verizon Center (12/18)... Posted four double-digit scoring performances over a five-game span from January 3-17... Scored 11 at Saint Peter's (11/17)... Knocked down 5-of-8 from the floor and finished with 12 points in an overtime win against Iona (1/30)... Scored 15, making 8-of-10 from the free-throw line, at Niagara (2/25).

Before Loyola: Was a member of the final graduating class at Cardinal Gibbons High School which closed in the spring of 2010... Earned All-Metro honors from The Baltimore Sun following his junior and senior seasons.





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