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Grant Limone fared well, but Loyola Maryland won't name starting goalie yet
Grant Limone fared well, but Loyola Maryland won't name starting goalie yet

In the first start of his career, freshman Grant Limone gave up just eight goals and made six saves in No. 14 Loyola Maryland’s 11-8 victory over Patriot League rival Lehigh on Saturday. But coach Charley Toomey wasn’t prepared to declare Limone or senior Pat McEnerney or sophomore Sam Beazell as the starting goalkeeper for the Greyhounds (3-2) in Saturday’s game at No. 5 Duke (5-1), the reigning NCAA champion. “I think he played like a freshman getting his first start,” Toomey said Monday night of Limone. “I think he did some good things, and I think there were some things that quite honestly, we’re going to come in and watch the film...

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