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Postscript from Georgetown at Loyola lacrosse

Postscript from Georgetown at Loyola lacrosse

The season-high 17 saves posted by Georgetown junior goalkeeper Nick Marrocco in an 11-10 loss to No. 18 Loyola Maryland on Wednesday were a stark contrast to what the Greyhounds got from their netminders.

Although junior Grant Limone made seven stops and allowed only six goals in 41 minutes, 12 seconds of play, he entered the game in the second quarter because starter and sophomore Jacob Stover (McDonogh) registered only one stop and surrendered four goals.

“Whenever I can get into a game, I’m pleased,” Limone said. “I started some games in the past. The nerves aren’t really there. I play with confidence. Just whenever I...

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