Thursday, May 26, 2016

Loyola In Lacrosse Semi-Final

Freshmen phenomenal for Loyola
For No. 7 Loyola (14-3) to win its first national championship since 2012, it will need freshman Pat Spencer (83 points) to continue one of the finest rookie seasons in recent memory.
Named the Patriot League Offensive Player and Rookie of the Year, the Davidsonville, Md., native has produced two or more points in all 17 games thus far, 12 multi-goal contests and 11 tilts with two or more assists en route to becoming just the second player in program history to tally 80 or more points. Spencer produced six goals and six assists in two NCAA games to extend the Greyhounds’ winning streak to 10 games.
Defensively, rookie goalkeeper Jacob Stover (7.14 GAA), the son of former Baltimore Ravens kicker Matt Stover, is 10-1 overall and 10-0 as the starter during the Loyola’s winning streak. On four occasions, he has allowed six goals or fewer.

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