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Topic - Eric Lusby
The Loyola lacrosse team's chatty defense gave the sport something remarkable to talk about Monday.
Loyola coach Charley Toomey received a call from one of his closest friends a few years and tipped him off to Massachusetts product Josh Hawkins.
Goalie Jack Runkel came up every bit as huge as his 6-foot-3, 225-pound frame. Loyola will be playing on Memorial Day largely because of it.
The return of attackman Eric Lusby from injury coincided with Loyola's rapid rise from a solid lacrosse program to a national title contender.
"It's pretty hard to explain," Lusby said. "I just got hot at the right time."
"He just flies in at 100 miles an hour and just picks it up, and it looks like it's so easy," Loyola attackman Eric Lusby said.