Loyola Soccer Holds Strong This Weekend
October 27th, 2014 by Justin Thomas
This past weekend, Loyola soccer faced two tough tests, with the men playing against the number 20 team in the nation, Boston University, and the women playing their last home game of the season against Navy.
Both teams held strong, earning hard-fought ties, the men’s game ending 1-1, and the women’s game ending in a 0-0 shutout.
The ties are incredibly important for both teams, as it keeps a 4-game shutout streak alive for the women, and makes the men the first team to steal a point from Boston University in the Patriot League this season.
The men are now 5-6-3, with a 2-3-1 record in League play, and the women are now 6-8-3, with a 2-3-3 record in League play.
Both Boston U. and Navy are the top of the class in the Patriot League for the men and women respectively, so grabbing the point from each team is incredibly impressive.
The women end their regular season on the road at Lafayette on Saturday, November 1st at 7pm.
The men finish their regular season play with 3-straight Patriot League games against American, Navy, and Lafayette. Their final home game of the season will be on Saturday, November 1st at 7pm.
The Hounds are truly in top-form as they both make their playoff push. Go Hounds!