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Seven Stories and One Set of Beats: May 30, 2012

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Terps Offense Dries Up in Another Title Game Loss
After his team produced the lowest goal-scoring output in Division I championship game history, Maryland coach John Tillman walked into the post-game press conference exhausted.

Eric Lusby goes on record attack
Loyola lacrosse coach Charlie Toomey was a two-time All-America goalie, who backstopped the Greyhounds to their only prior appearance in the NCAA Division 1 championship game in 1990.

Top Five: Reasons Loyola beat Maryland in the NCAA men's lacrosse final
In its 9-3 loss in the NCAA lacrosse championship game, Maryland scored a title-game record low three goals. What were the differences for Loyola?

Title a 1st for Loyola
All season, Loyola of Maryland heard the doubters. The Greyhounds were unranked to start the season, and even after they had ascended to No. 1 in the nation, they still were perceived as underdogs when matching up against the traditional powerhouse programs in NCAA men’s lacrosse.

Loyola wins NCAA lacrosse title, respect
The Loyola Greyhounds reached this weekend’s Final Four for the first time in 14 years, and when they got to Foxborough, they knew that completing their mission by dominating the Maryland Terrapins in a 9-3 win in the championship game and bringing Loyola its first title in school history was the only way to snatch the respect they had been denied from the start.

Congratulations to Loyola University Maryland for winning the men's lacrosse championship
Loyola University owns Charles Street bragging rights in lacrosse this year.

Amherst's Josh Hawkins on top of men's lacrosse world, as big part of Loyola's Division I championship team
The former Amherst and Deerfield Academy standout scored a huge goal in Saturday's semifinal win over Notre Dame.

Today's beats: The Lumineers, man: