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Loyola Maryland coach, administrator Anne McCloskey dies at 87

Loyola Maryland coach, administrator Anne McCloskey dies at 87

Anne McCloskey, who led the Loyola Maryland women's lacrosse team to its first NCAA Division I tournament appearance and served as an athletics administrator with the Greyhounds for nearly two decades, died Saturday after an illness. She was 87.

McCloskey, a Baltimore resident and Maryvale Prep alumna, was the Greyhounds' women's lacrosse coach from 1977 to 1986, compiling a 103-43-4 record. During her time at Loyola, she also served as the women's basketball and field hockey coach, as well as an assistant athletic director. When she retired from coaching in 1986, McCloskey became Loyola's first director of recreation and revitalized the intramural, club sports and recreation...

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