Big Second Quarter Paces Men's Lacrosse In Win Over Lafayette
MLAX vs. Duke
Loyola University Maryland men's lacrosse defeated Bucknell University, 7-6, in double-overtime on Friday, April 29, 2016, in the Patriot League Semifinals.
Loyola University Maryland men's lacrosse got a goal from Zach Herreweyers with 9.9 seconds left in regulation to beat Boston University, 13-12, on Saturday, April 16, at Ridley Athletic Complex. Herreweyers scored four goals, and Pat Spencer matched his career-high with six assists.
Loyola University Maryland men's lacrosse ended the game on a 4-1 run to beat host Lehigh University, 11-10, on a snowy Saturday afternoon in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. (video courtesy Service Electric 2 Sports/Patriot League Network)
Loyola University Maryland men's lacrosse defeated Colgate University, 12-4, on Sunday, April 3, in Patriot League action from Hamilton, New York. (video courtesy CBS Sports Network)
Loyola University Maryland men's lacrosse defeated Bucknell University, 14-3, on Saturday, March 26, 2016, at Ridley Athletic Complex. Pat Spencer scored a goal and had six assists, and Jordan Germershausen tallied three goals. Jacob Stover made 12 saves and allowed just one goal in 49-plus minutes for Loyola.
Loyola men's lacrosse played North Carolina in the NCAA Semifinals on May 28, 2016. (Photos by Larry French, Greg Carroccio & Craig Chase)
Loyola men's lacrosse defeated Towson, 10-8, in the NCAA Quarterfinals on May 22, 2016, in Columbus, Ohio.
Loyola men's lacrosse defeated Duke, 16-11, in the NCAA Championships First Round on Saturday, May 14, 2016.
Loyola men's lacrosse beat Bucknell, 7-6, in double overtime of the Patriot League Semifinals on April 29, 2016.
Loyola men's lacrosse defeated the U.S. Military Academy, 14-6, to win the 2016 Patriot League Championship.
2015 (Sophomore): Earned USILA All-America Honorable Mention… Named to the All-Patriot League Frist Team for the second year in a row… Team co-captain... Finished the season with 48 points, scoring 29 goals to go with 19 assists… Led Patriot League midfielders in goals scored… Also picked up 17 ground balls… Scored at least one point in 14-of-15 games and had 13 multi-point outings… Scored two or more goals nine times and had multiple assists on five occasions… Opened the year with a goal and two assists versus Virginia (2/7) and then posted two of each versus Penn State (2/14)… Scored three goals at Towson (2/18) and had three goals and an assist aginst Holy Cross (2/21)… Scored three times on just five shots at Duke (3/7)… Had a five-point showing against Georgetown (3/18) with two goals and three assists… Set a career-high with six points on three goals and three assists three days later at Lafayette (3/21)… Scored three times and had an assist versus Navy (4/4)… Set a career-high with four goals, including one to tie the game in the fourth quarter, at Maryland (4/8)… Later had a career-best five assists at Bucknell (4/17).
2014 (Redshirt Freshman): Earned All-Patriot League First Team honors in his first season at Loyola after starting all 17 games on the Greyhounds' first midfield unit... Also double-shifted to the defensive midfield and ran the wings on faceoffs... Scored 19 goals and had 10 assistst to go with 24 ground balls... Made his collegiate debut at Virginia (2/6) in the season-opener, scoring a goal and assisting on two others... Picked up a season-high four ground balls at Penn State (2/15)... Had two goals and two assists against Towson (2/19) and a pair of goals at Holy Cross (2/22)... Recorded a season-high five points with three goals and two assists versus Lafayette (3/22) and also caused two Leopards turnovers... Scored twice and had two ground balls at Navy (4/5)... Scored at least one goal eight-straight games from March 22-May 3... Had three goals and two assists in the Patriot League Championships, tallying two and one in the title game against Lehigh (4/27)... Scored twice and picked up four ground balls in a win over Johns Hopkins (5/3).
Before Loyola: Came to Loyola as a transfer student-athlete after spending 2012-2013 at the University of North Carolina... Sherlock received a medical hardship waiver for the Tar Heels and will have four years to compete at Loyola... As a high school standout at Saint Anthony's, Sherlock was the Long Island Catholic League Midfielder of the Year as a senior in 2012, a year in which he scored 39 goals and assisted on 12... He scored at least 31 goals in each of his four seasons at Saint Anthony's, finishing with a combined 165 over four years (2013 - 39 goals, 12 assists; 2012 - 31 goals, 14 assists; 2011 - 50 goals, 19 assists; 2010 - 45 goals, 26 assists)... He was a two-time Under Armour All-American and a member of the Warrior 40 team... Sherlock was also an excellent running back for the Friars' football team, earning team most valuable player honors as a junior and senior and leading the team to back-to-back Catholic League titles.