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Loyola-Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Series To Resume in 2016
June 17, 2014
BALTIMORE - The head men's lacrosse coaches Loyola University Maryland and Johns Hopkins University, Charley Toomey and Dave Pietramala, announced that the two schools will not play a regular-season game during 2015, but the series will resume in 2016.
With both programs joining new conferences over the past year - Loyola began play in the Patriot League in 2014, and Johns Hopkins will be a member of the Big Ten starting next year - the traditional late-season date on which the teams have played was not an option.
The teams will play a scrimmage at Johns Hopkins on Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015, and will then meet in the 2016 season in a game to be played at Loyola's Ridley Athletic Complex.
"We are disappointed that we will not be playing during the regular-season in 2015, but we are certainly looking forward to picking back up in 2016," said Loyola Head Coach Charley Toomey. "Playing this game on a Saturday was something that was very important to both programs, and I am pleased that we have been able to do that going forward. Our scrimmage against Johns Hopkins in 2015 is going to be a great way for our team to prepare for tough early-season games against Virginia and Penn State."