Friday, September 12th, 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.”
Wednesday, September 10th, 2014 by Justin Thomas
Look no further than the men’s and women’s rowing teams. The teams are looking for students of all levels of experience, ranging from first-timer to die-hard rower.
The members of the squads will be available for information on Wednesday, September 17th at Ridley Athletic Complex during the home soccer game. And the final information session will be in the Athletics Film Room in the basement of the Student Center on Friday, September 19th.
The teams have had a lot of success in recent years thanks to their inclusion of rowers of all skill levels and experiences.
If you are in any way interested, come to the information session on the 19th or email Head Coach Al Ramirez at email@example.com.
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.
Friday, September 5th, 2014 by Justin Thomas
WHEN: Friday, September 5th – Saturday, September 6th
WHERE: Reitz Arena
Looking for some great sports action just before NFL Sunday? Look no further than Reitz Arena.
The Loyola Greyhounds volleyball team will be hosting a volleyball tournament, known as the Greyhound Challenge, this Friday and Saturday in Reitz Arena.
The tournament will feature the Dartmouth Big Green, the Saint Francis Red Flash, the Quinnipiac Bobcats, and your very own Loyola Greyhounds.
The Greyhound Challenge is a round-robin tournament between the four teams. The schedule of games is as follows:
Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014 by Justin Thomas
As classes started up for the Loyola students on Tuesday, September 2, students, alumni and fans alike turned their attention to Ridley Athletic Complex for the start of a new soccer season. The Men’s team kicked off their season at home against Howard University.
The Greyhounds sported a bit of a new look on the sidelines for this game as new Head Coach, Steve Nichols, made his debut with the team.
Nichols watched his team start off the year strong with a goal in the 22nd minute from Senior Connor Thompson, bringing the Hounds to life for the 2014 season.
Of course, Mother Nature wanted to make her presence known and start off the season with a typical Baltimore welcome, namely thunderstorms with sheets of pouring rain.
Saturday, November 16th, 2013 by Justin Thomas
When: Saturday November 23, 1:00PM
Next Saturday the Loyola Women’s Basketball team will be facing a rather tough test at home. The Hounds will be taking on the Pittsburgh Panthers in Reitz Arena to finish off a two-game home stand.
The Hounds lost their season opener to a highly ranked Maryland Terrapins squad, but hope to rebound (pun intended) at home.
C’mon out and support the Hounds in this important and intense matchup. For ticket information visit the Hounds’ site.
Friday, November 15th, 2013 by Justin Thomas
Loyola soccer is officially through one full season as part of the Patriot League, and changes are already in order. Both the men’s soccer coach, Mark Mettrick, and women’s soccer coach, Katherine Remy Vettori, will not have their contracts renewed and will not be back at Loyola next year.
The men finished the 2013 season with a conference record of 2-6-1 and an overall record of 7-8-2. The women were about the same in terms of conference play, going 1-6-2 in conference play, but struggled outside the conference as well, going 2-11-4 overall. (more…)
Tuesday, November 12th, 2013 by Justin Thomas
This NFL season is shaping up to be one of those “down-to-the-wire” style seasons. Basically, if you were to ask any expert as to who will win each division they would answer with something to the tune of “who knows!”
With the hope of putting some things into perspective for the second half of the NFL season, I figured I’d give you my division-by-division breakdown. Keep in mind these are all just opinions and speculation. Take none of it to heart! (more…)
Saturday, November 9th, 2013 by Justin Thomas
When: Saturday November 16th, 8:00PM
Fans rejoice! Greyhounds regular season basketball is officially back for another season! The Greyhounds have their first home game of the season this coming Saturday against a very familiar opponent, Fairfield.
This season marks Loyola’s first season as a part of the Patriot League, but it wouldn’t be a season of Loyola basketball without playing a familiar MAAC rival.
The Hounds hope to have a great start coming home for their first game at Reitz Arena of the 2013-2014 season. The Hounds start their conference schedule in January, but have four home games before the conference schedule starts.
C’mon out and support the Hounds for their regular season home opener against Fairfield! For ticket information go check out the Hounds’ website here.
Friday, November 8th, 2013 by Justin Thomas
The report came out earlier this week that Dolphins’ offensive lineman, Richie Incognito, had been harassing teammate Jonathan Martin with racist, overtly offensive, and threatening comments. The voicemail read as follows:
“Hey, wassup, you half (racial slur) piece of (expletive). I saw you on Twitter, you been training 10 weeks. I’ll (expletive) in your (expletive) mouth. I’m gonna slap your (expletive) mouth, I’m gonna slap your real mother across the face (laughter). (Expletive) you, you’re still a rookie. I’ll kill you.”