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Loyola (Md.) beats Maryland 9-3 for lacrosse title
Top-seeded Loyola beats Maryland 9-3 for NCAA lacrosse title behind Eric Lusby's 4 goals
By The Associated Press

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) ' Top-seeded Loyola of Maryland beat Maryland 9-3 Monday to win the NCAA men's lacrosse title behind Eric Lusby's four goals. Lusby set a record with 17 goals in the tournament.

The Greyhounds captured their first national lacrosse championship and finished the season at 18-1. Maryland (12-6) lost the title game for the second straight year.

Chris Layne added three assists for the Greyhounds, whose only loss this season was to Johns Hopkins in overtime on April 28.



The two Maryland schools are separated by about 30 miles, but it was only their 21st meeting and first since the Terrapins' 19-8 victory in the 1998 national semifinals.


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