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Loyola conquers Hopkins hex
[FINAL Edition]
The Sun - Baltimore, Md.
Author: Preston, Mike
Date: May 8, 1994
Start Page: 1.C
Section: SPORTS
Abstract (Document Summary)

Johns Hopkins' series record of 31 straight wins over Loyola came to an end yesterday as the No. 3 Greyhounds, paced by three spectacular fourth-period goals from junior attackman Kevin Lutz, defeated No. 6 Johns Hopkins, 17-15, at Curley Field.

Then with 6:52 left in the game, Lutz got the ball on the right side. You guessed it. Same move. Different defender. Same result. Loyola 17, Hopkins 14.

COLOR PHOTO 1 COLOR PHOTO 2 PHOTO; Loyola coach [Dave Cottle] hugs assistant Bill Dirrigl after yesterday's victory over Johns Hopkins. Hopkins' [Peter Jacobs] shows his disbelief over 17-15 loss. Loyola's Jason Foley (33) battles for a loose ball against Dave Marr of Johns Hopkins./SUN STAFF PHOTO LLOYD FOX/SUN STAFF PHOTO

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