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Recap of goals scored in the first Patriot League men's soccer game for Loyola University Maryland. Holy Cross defeated the Greyhounds, 2-1.
Loyola rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit, with Larry Ndjock and Stephen Dooley scoring second-half goals, to beat Princeton, 2-1
Loyola rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit to beat Princeton, 2-1, on September 18. Larry Ndjock and Stephen Dooley each scored goals, and Zach Kane made four second-half saves, in the win.
2013 (Senior):First-team All-Patriot League...One of three first-team honorees also named to Patriot League All-Academic Team...Preseason Patriot League Team...One of two Patriot League players to be named a Senior CLASS Award Candidate...Started and played all 17 games...Finished the season tied for second on the team with 10 points...Had a team-best six assists and finished the regular season third in the Patriot League with six assists...Assisted Thompson's game-tying goal in the season opener at Saint Joseph's...Had another assist on one of Ndjock's goals at La Salle...Had two assists in 2-0 win vs. Campbell...Scored the game-winning goal while Loyola played a man down in 2-1 win over Princeton...Assisted Marshall's first goal this year vs. Holy Cross...Set up Ndjock's equalizer goal at Colgate.
2012 (Junior): Named to All-MAAC Second Team and NSCAA All-North Atlantic Region Third Team...Missed first six games due to injury...Returned to starting lineup vs. James Madison to record first five-plus performance since Glenn Leitch had six in 2010 against the Dukes...Scored two goals on his first two shots of the season and tacked on two assists vs. JMU for a career-best six points...Scored game-winner vs. American in 21st minute...Also assisted Ndjock's header in 72nd minute...Had a goal against Siena and added another at Iona...Also assisted Ndjock's game-winning goal vs. Gaels and Cahalan's first career goal at Fairfield...Turned a cross from Cahalan into a goal vs. Manhattan...Was third on the team in goals and points, in addition to being fourth in assists...Had two game-winning goals...Finished season ranked fifth in the MAAC in points per game (1.21), was tied for third in assists per game (0.36) and was eighth in goals per game (0.43)...Named to Preseason All-MAAC Team...Was also a MAAC All-Academic Team honoree and selected to the NSCAA Scholar All-America Third Team.
2011 (Sophomore): Earned first-team All-MAAC honors... Also named to MAAC All-Academic Team...Played in 17 games, starting 16...Finished second on the team with six goals and 16 points... Shared team lead with four assists... Scored first career goal at Navy (9/7)... Notched the game-winning goal - the first of his career - at Siena (10/28)... Also had goals vs. Towson (9/14), Fairfield (9/30), Iona (10/2) and Canisius (10/21)... Had at least one point in six of eight conference games, finishing with 10 points vs. MAAC teams...Converted three of four penalty kicks.
2010 (Freshman):Started and played in 17 games... Shared the team lead with seven assists... Recorded an assist in five of the last nine games of the season, including a stretch with an assist in five of six contests... Five of six assists came against a conference opponent.
High School: Played high school soccer for Loreto College Coleraine... Was top scorer in 2009 en route to a Halifax Morton Cup in 2009... Played club soccer for Coleraine FC... Earned Young Player of the Year honors in 2010 and Most Promising Athlete in 2009... Team finished runner-up in the 2008 Irish Cup... Runner up in CIS Cup in 2010... Won the Northwest Cup in 2009... Played for the Northern Ireland U-17 and U-19 squads.
Personal: Stephen Paul Dooley... Born in Ballymoney, Northern Ireland... Son of James and Pearl Dooley.