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MLAX vs. DEN
MLAX at OSU
MLAX 10, MICH 3
MLAX at TOW
Loyola men's lacrosse defeated Fairfield, 13-7, on Saturday afternoon.
The Loyola men's lacrosse team took on the US National Team Sunday, Jan. 27 at ESPN's Wide World of Sports at Disney
Loyola 9, Maryland 3
Loyola men's lacrosse defeated Fairfield, 14-7, to win the ECAC Championship.
2012 (Junior): Played in three games on defense for the Greyhounds... Caused a turnover at UMBC (3/24).
2011 (Sophomore): Appeared in one game as a sophomore... Caused one turnover against Fairfield (4/9).
2010 (Freshman): Made his collegiate debut against Bellarmine (3/3) and had a groundball... Also recorded a groundball versus Air Force (3/20)... Saw action at Denver (5/2), as well.
Before Loyola: Earned four letters in lacrosse at DeMatha Catholic High School in Washington, D.C.... Earned All-America honors and was named to the All-Tewaaraton High School Team following his senior season in 2009... Also was the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference Player of the Year, Washington Post All-Metro First Team, All-State First Team and All-WCAC First Team in 2009... Scored nine goals, had two assists and picked up over 100 groundballs as a senior... Played in the Maryland Senior All-Star Game... Was All-WCAC First Team as a junior and sophomore and Second Team as a freshman... Helped DeMatha win the 2006, 2008 and 2009 WCAC Championships... Helped his club team, Baltimore Lacrosse Club CRABS, win the Vail U-19 Lacrosse title... Started every game of his high school career and became the first player ever to earn All-WCAC First or Second Team honors four-straight years.
Personal: Timothy James Harris... T.J.... Son of Kathy and James Harris... Born in Crofton, Md.... Has four younger siblings, Kelly, Joey, Sam and Tom... Graduated from DeMatha with academic honors.