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End to 2014 season still torments Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse coach Charley Toomey
End to 2014 season still torments Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse coach Charley Toomey

Loyola Maryland won 15 consecutive games last season, setting a program record for most victories in a row. It made the NCAA tournament for the third time in as many years, earning the No. 3 overall seed. But the season's end continues to haunt coach Charley Toomey. In their opening-round game, the Greyhounds lost, 13-6, to Albany. The Great Danes moved on to a quarterfinal meeting with No. 6 seed Notre Dame, while Loyola went home. For Toomey, the dispiriting loss especially stung because it ended the college careers of a senior class that included Tewaaraton Award finalist and defenseman Joe Fletcher, attackmen Justin Ward (Old Mill) and Brian Schultz, midfielders Matt Sawyer...

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