Loyola beat Notre Dame 7-5 in NCAA lacrosse semis
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Eric Lusby matched his career-high with five goals and top-seeded Loyola of Maryland beat Notre Dame 7-5 on Saturday to advance to the NCAA lacrosse championship game.
Jack Runkel made 11 of his career-high 15 saves in the second half, and the Greyhounds (17-1) held on despite failing to score in the final 26:41.
The Greyhounds will play the Duke-Maryland winner in the title game Monday. Loyola lost to Syracuse in the 1990 championship game in its only other appearance in the final.
Notre Dame finished 13-3.