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Sports Saturdays: Men’s Lax vs. Colgate

Saturday, March 28th, 2015 by Justin Thomas

Sports SaturdayWHAT: Loyola Men’s Lacrosse vs. Colgate

WHEN: Saturday, March 28, 2:30pm

WHERE: Ridley Athletic Complex

Are you ready for some Greyhound lacrosse…on CBS Sports?!

That’s right folks. This Saturday, the Loyola men’s lacrosse team will take on Colgate in a Patriot League matchup at Ridley.

However, if you can’t make your way over to Ridley for the game (which you totally should if you are physically able), you can catch all the exciting action on CBS Sports Network. (more…)



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Can Anyone Stop Kentucky?

Friday, March 27th, 2015 by Justin Thomas

Sports TalkThey’re tenacious. They’re efficient. They’re on the hunt for perfection. This March Madness, no one is safe from…the Kentucky Wildcats!

*Insert maniacal laughter from John Calipari here*

All horror movie-style jokes aside, Kentucky has looked to be in a league all their own this basketball season. After advancing to the Elite 8 after a 78-39 beat down of West Virginia in which the Mountaineers never came close to even competing with the Wildcats, there has been one question on the minds of everyone watching college basketball.

Can anyone stop Kentucky? (more…)



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Don’t Tweet If You’re Gonna Be A Twit

Thursday, March 26th, 2015 by Justin Thomas

Sports TalkIf you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it at all, and certainly don’t say it on Twitter if you’re involved in college athletics!

Social media has revolutionized the way that we communicate, allowing us to share our thoughts on a global scale instantaneously. However, those who don’t know how to harness this immense scope of power and outreach should just stay far away from it.

Athletes and those involved in college athletics, in particular, need to remember that they live under a microscope, and every tweet they post will be seen by at least somebody. It seems that WVU Men’s Basketball head coach Bob Huggins’ daughters and Bloomsburg University baseball player, Joey Casselberry, didn’t get that memo. (more…)



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Sports Saturdays: UAB Win Means Victory Beyond the Court

Saturday, March 21st, 2015 by Justin Thomas

Sports SaturdayThe University of Alabama at Birmingham shocked the sports world on Thursday when they topped 3-seed Iowa State, 60-59, providing the first major upset of the 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.

According to brackets submitted on ESPN.com, more people picked ISU to go all the way to the Final Four than picked them to lose to 14-seed UAB in the first game.

The major upset win speaks for itself, and obviously it was an emotional win for the UAB players.

“For us, it was just huge,” UAB junior Robert Brown said. “We come here, not just to play games, but to actually make some noise and to win some games. To be able to do that and win for Birmingham, win for Coach [Jerod] Haase, it’s a great feeling.”

Brown led all scorers in the upset win with 21 points.

However, the win means so much more for UAB than just advancing. For them, it was a deep feeling of achievement and euphoria that this program, its students and its fan base desperately needed. (more…)



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Loyola’s Herreweyers On Watch For Tewaaraton Award

Thursday, March 19th, 2015 by Justin Thomas

10906804Loyola junior attackman, Zach Herreweyers, has officially been added to the watch list for the 2015 Tewaaraton Award.

The Tewaaraton Award annually goes to the top men’s lacrosse player in the country, and now two Greyhounds are on watch for it.

Herreweyers joins his fellow attackman, Nikko Pontrello, on watch for the prestigious award. Herreweyers currently sits at No. 3 in the country in terms of goals with 29, and at No. 5 in the country for goals per game with an average of 3.63 per game.

The junior from Ontario has recorded five hat tricks so far this season, and has been named the Corvias Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week twice.

Herreweyers, Pontrello and the Hounds will try to shake off a tough loss to Georgetown when they face Lafayette on the road this Saturday.



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March Madness: WLOY Sports Talk Bracket

Wednesday, March 18th, 2015 by Justin Thomas

NCAA_March_Madness_logoIt’s arguably the most exciting month in college athletics. Finally, March Madness is here!

Every year people make their brackets, and every year people end up being shocked by results as they fail to remain sitting down amidst all the action.

Although the tournament is practically impossible to completely predict, we here at WLOY “Sports Talk” broke the bracket down game-by-game to create a bracket of our own.

To follow along with how well we’re doing, follow the link to check out our picks for our bracket!

Happy March Madness, everyone! Enjoy all the great games this tournament has to offer every year.



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Sports Saturdays: Patriot League Play Starts

Saturday, March 14th, 2015 by Justin Thomas

Sports SaturdayWHAT: Loyola Women’s Lacrosse vs. Lafayette

WHEN: Saturday, March 14th, 1pm

WHERE: Ridley Athletic Complex

The Loyola Women’s Lacrosse shocked the college lacrosse world by upsetting No. 8 UVA on their home turf. The Hounds pulled off the overtime upset thanks to a heroic effort from senior Hannah Schmitt, who scored 3 goals in OT, making Loyola Superfans go, “Holy Schmitt!”

Loyola looks to carry that strong momentum back home on Saturday as they host the Lafayette Leopards to kick off their conference schedule.

The Hounds come into the game with a 2-4 record, having played in very close games thus far this season. This will be the Greyhounds’ second season in the Patriot League.

In their first Patriot League season, they went 8-0 in conference play, and beat the Leopards 22-12.

Come on out to Ridley this Saturday to cheer on the Hounds as they begin league play!



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Philadelphi-Huh?: Breaking Down The Eagles Moves

Monday, March 9th, 2015 by Justin Thomas

UnknownChip Kelly has been given near-full control of the Philadelphia Eagles, and has been on a free-agent and front office frenzy ever since.

Eagles fans have been biting their nails the last couple of days, agonizing over the flurry of moves Kelly has done in an attempt to restructure the team.

People all over the league are a little puzzled, and rightfully so, but it seems that there is a method to the madness. Whether it will work or not is another story entirely.

Here’s a summary of the Eagles’ moves thus far this offseason:

Out: RB LeSean McCoy, WR Jeremy Maclin, OG Todd Herremans, LB Trent Cole, CB Cary Williams.

In/Staying: LB Kiko Alonso, CB Byron Maxwell, RB Frank Gore, QB Mark Sanchez, LB Brad Jones. (more…)



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Sports Saturdays: Dude, Where’s My Racecar?

Saturday, February 28th, 2015 by Justin Thomas

Sports Saturday NASCAR just turned into an Ashton Kutcher comedy down in Morrow, Georgia as Team Xtreme Racing driver Travis Kvapil is left saying, “Dude, where’s my car?”

Kvapil’s No. 44 car was in a trailer in a hotel parking lot in Morrow, Georgia in preparation for this weekend’s race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. At 5:34am, the trailer, with the car and spare parts inside, was stolen.

Team Xtreme now finds themselves without a car for the race this weekend, and had to withdraw from the race Friday morning.

Kvapil reported the theft through Twitter while keeping a good sense of humor about him.

“Wow. Anyone near Atlanta find my stolen Cup car let me know! Unreal,” Kvapil first tweeted at 9:13am. (more…)



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Greyhounds Defeat Hopkins in Thrilling OT Game

Thursday, February 26th, 2015 by Justin Thomas

Sports Talk The 14th-ranked Loyola women’s lacrosse team battled against rival 18th-ranked Johns Hopkins at Ridley Athletic Complex on Wednesday night and emerged with a 12-10 overtime victory.

Seniors Hannah Schmitt and Annie Thomas headlined the Hounds’ success for the game. Schmitt led the Hounds with seven points on four goals and three assists. Kara Burke and Sydney Thomas, both seniors, added two goals and an assist a piece.

Annie Thomas, however, put herself in the record books thanks to an early assist to Burke, her 100th career assist. Thomas became the first Greyhound and just the 50th player in NCAA history to record 100 goals and 100 assists in a career. (more…)



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