Saturday, December 6th, 2014 by Justin Thomas
WHEN: 3:30pm (Women), 7:00pm (Men)
WHERE: Reitz Arena
Are you ready for double-header basketball action in Reitz Arena this Saturday?!
Hoping to rebound from a difficult 5-game road trip, the women’s team looks to make a stand and defend home court against Mount St. Mary’s in the afternoon.
Then, following that game, the men, coming off of a thrilling buzzer-beater win against Columbia, also look to take it to The Mount in the two teams 170th meeting all-time.
The rivalry between the Hounds and The Mount is actually the most-played college rivalry in the state of Maryland, edging out the Johns Hopkins and McDaniel rivalry, which has seen 157 contests.
Come on out to Reitz Arena this Saturday and support the Hounds this rivalry double-header weekend against The Mount.
Saturday, November 22nd, 2014 by Justin Thomas
With not enough resources to have Ralph Wilson Stadium ready for go-time on Sunday at 1:00pm, the NFL has decided to move the AFC East game against the Jets away from Buffalo.
Players have even resorted to trekking to the stadium on foot for practice this week. Bills wide receiver Chris Hogan tweeted out Friday morning, “Still snowed in! Walking to the stadium.”
The game between the Jets and the Bills will be played at Ford Field in Detroit, where weather can not possibly be a factor, seeing as it is a totally enclosed stadium.
Saturday, November 15th, 2014 by Justin Thomas
Dan Duquette, who is the executive vice president of baseball operations for the Orioles, was given the award on Monday after his leadership in the front office helped the O’s to their best season in 17 years.
Duquette won the award back in 1992 as well, when he was the general manager for the Montreal Expos.
Big signings and roster manipulation carried out by Duquette were crucial to the O’s success this season. Not only did Duquette manage to sign big names like Nelson Cruz and Andrew Miller, he was also able to find players that were disregarded by other teams, players he knew had loads of potential.
Saturday, November 8th, 2014 by Justin Thomas
The men’s basketball team kicked off the season with an exhibition game at home against Bridgewater College.
The team looked strong as the Hounds won 71-49, and did a good job of spreading around the scoring as four players found themselves in double-digits in the scoring column.
The real work starts next week as the Hounds kick off the regular season with a game on the road against Texas Tech.
Saturday, November 1st, 2014 by Justin Thomas
WHEN: Saturday, November 1st, 7:00pm
WHERE: Ridley Athletic Complex
Loyola Men’s Soccer will celebrate Senior Saturday by hosting Patriot League opponent Navy in the Hounds last home game of the regular season.
Saturday, October 11th, 2014 by Justin Thomas
WHEN: Saturday, October 11th, 7:00pm
WHERE: Ridley Athletic Complex
The Greyhounds return home to continue Patriot League play this weekend against the Mountain Hawks of Lehigh.
The Hounds enter this game hungry for their first Patriot League win against the 4-3-3 (2-0-2 conference) Mountain Hawks.
Saturday, October 4th, 2014 by Justin Thomas
Oshrine, a hometown sophomore from Baltimore, has lit up the course for the Hounds, leading the team with a stroke average of 68.16 for the month of September, rounding out to an average round of 4-under par.
Oshrine started his stellar September by setting a new Loyola 54-hole record, carding a score of 16-under in his first collegiate tournament.
Saturday, September 27th, 2014 by Justin Thomas
Once in a generation, a player comes along and defines a great player and great leader for his or her sport, a player whom fans will remember and respect for years to come. For this generation, that player is Derek Jeter.
After 20 incredible seasons in pinstripes for the Yankees, the time has come for Jeter to bid a fond farewell to the fans of New York and the fans of baseball around the world, and boy did he do it in style!
In front of a sold-out crowd at Yankee Stadium, Jeter stepped up to the plate in a tie ball game in the bottom of the 9th with a runner on second and a chance to win the game for the Yanks.
Saturday, September 13th, 2014 by Justin Thomas
Davis accepted his suspension immediately, saying, “I apologize to my teammates, coaches, the Orioles organization and especially the fans. I made a mistake by taking Adderall. I had permission to use it in the past, but do not have a therapeutic use exemption this year. I accept my punishment and will begin serving my suspension immediately.”
Monday, September 8th, 2014 by Justin Thomas
There are no more excuses the NFL can provide, no more apologies that can be made, and no more field time that can be pictured. Action needs to be taken against Ray Rice by the Baltimore Ravens and the NFL immediately.
There was already enough controversy over the fact that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell suspended Ravens’ Running Back Ray Rice a total of 2 games for domestic violence charges filed against Rice. The mistake made by Goodell in terms of his decision was magnified by the fact that he has been cracking down on players smoking marijuana, and taking that more seriously than a domestic violence case.
Now there can be no more questions as to whether or not Rice hit his then girlfriend, now wife, Janay Palmer. Thanks to TMZ Sports, the security video from within the elevator where the crime happened has now surfaced, and it is appalling.