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Battle of Baltimore
PL Honor Roll
WSOC 3, Laf. 3 (2OT)
WSOC vs. Lafayette
WSOC vs. Navy
Highlights from the Greyhounds season opening 2-1 victory over the Towson Tigers.
The Loyola University Maryland women's soccer team opened the 2013 season with a 2-1 victory at Towson University.
Loyola women's soccer won its 10th MAAC title on November 4, 2012, beating Marist College, 2-1.
2012 Loyola University Maryland Women's Soccer Senior Day Ceremony
The Loyola University Maryland women's soccer team tied Towson, 1-1, on Aug. 31.
2012 (Junior): Member of the MAAC All-Academic team...Started in all 22 games as a forward, in her third season in the green and grey uniform...Ended the season tied for second in goals, recording three during her junior season...Scored first goal of the season with a throw in, which she dribbled up the right corner and punched in versus Saint Joseph's (9/16)...Scored two games in a row (lone game goal), helping the Greyhounds to a 1-1 double-overtime draw against Stony Brook (9/21)...Recorded first goal of the game, in a shutout victory over Saint Peter's (10/5).
2011 (Sophomore): Played in 19 games, starting 12 at forward and midfield as a sophomore... Named to MAAC All-Academic Team... Finished the season with one goal and one assist... Assisted on Nichole Schiro's game-winning overtime goal against Saint Peter's (10/30)... Scored her first career goal in a, 1-0, win over American (9/21).
2010 (Freshman): Made her Loyola debut against Towson in the season opener... Saw her playing time increase throughout the year, as she saw action in 18 contests... Had two assists during the season... Had a helper on Alex Reed's game-winner in overtime against George Washington... Tallied an assist at Missouri, as well... Earned MAAC Rookie of the Week honors on October 25 after earning a penalty kick for the Greyhounds in a 1-0 win at Manhattan... She beat two Jaspers' defenders and then was taken down by a third in the box, drawing a penalty kick that Lina Staropoli converted on for the eventual game-winner.