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Loyola University Maryland Men’s Lacrosse To Host Fall Event At Ridley Athletic Complex

BALTIMORE — After the cancellation of the “Fall Brawl For A Cure” at PPL Park, Loyola University Maryalnd will host men’s lacrosse teams from Siena College, Stony Brook University and Villanova University at Ridley Athletic Complex on Saturday, October 22. Read More…


BALTIMORE — After the cancellation of the “Fall Brawl For A Cure” at PPL Park, Loyola University Maryalnd will host men’s lacrosse teams from Siena College, Stony Brook University and Villanova University at Ridley Athletic Complex on Saturday, October 22.

Each team will play two games during the day. Loyola will play Stony Brook at 1 o’clock and Siena at 3:30 on Awalt Field, the main field at Ridley. Villanova takes on Siena at 1 o’clock and Stony Brook at 3:30 on Sean Lugano Field, a surface that is adjacent to the main field.

“In lieu of playing in the Philadelphia area, we are pleased to welcome Siena, Stony Brook and Villanova to Ridley,” Loyola Head Coach Charley Toomey said. “We are excited to get out on the field and see some great lacrosse on the 22nd.”

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