• Freshman Larry Ndjock leads the Greyhounds this season with three goals. Ndjock scored both goals in Loyola’s 2-1 win over Cal State Northridge and had the equalizer in the Greyhounds’ win vs. Quinnipiac.
• Junior Jamie Libby is the only other Greyhound to score this year as he notched the game-winning goal in overtime to give Loyola a 2-1 win over the Bobcats.
• For the season, Thurman Van Riper has posted a goals-against average of 0.69 and a .727 save percentage.
• Towson brings a 2-2 overall record into Tuesday’s game, as the Tigers have knocked off Mount St. Mary’s and Howard, but have fallen to Albany in overtime and Monmouth.
• Olakunie Banjo leads the Tigers with five points on two goals and one assist, while Christian Hofer has two goals. Enrico Skyrpzak, C.J. Corey and Josh Danza have also tallied goals for Towson.
• In goal, Felix Petermann has allowed six goals while stopping 10 shots.
Series vs. The Tigers
• Dating back to 1940, the Greyhounds and Tigers have met 62 times, with Loyola holding a 39-17-6 advantage in the all-time series.
• In last year’s meeting, Loyola took a 1-0 advantage in the sixth minute behind a penalty kick from Stephen Dooley. Gerwyn Jones then gave the Greyhounds a 2-0 advantage in the eighth minute with a header.
• Towson answered in the 36th minute, but was unable to find its equalizer.
• Loyola is 4-1-0 in its last five contests against Towson.
• Campbell is coming off its first loss of the season, but the Camels’ most recent contest was at Elon on Saturday, Sept. 1.
• The Camels have defeated UNC Wilmington and Houston Baptist, and have tied SMU.
• Ricki Gaez leads the Camels with three goals, while Aleksi Tossavainen and Justin Franz both have one goal.
• In the goal, Ethan Hall has allowed five goals and has stopped 19 shots.
Series vs. The Camels
• The Camels are winless against the Greyhounds with Loyola holding a 3-0-1 record vs. Campbell, including winning the last three.
• Last year, Connor Thompson scored his first collegiate goal in the contest to give Loyola a 1-0 victory.
• The Greyhounds will remain on the road another in-state rival, heading across town to face UMBC on Wednesday, Sept. 19 at 7 p.m.