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Topic - J.P. Dalton
The return of attackman Eric Lusby from injury coincided with Loyola's rapid rise from a solid lacrosse program to a national title contender.
Scott Ratliff's phone rang shortly into a trek from Panama City, Fla., to Atlanta, a long haul home from spring break.
"You never see someone shoot it like Lusby, that hard, that often," Loyola midfielder J.P. Dalton said. "You watch him and try to mimic his shot. I remember being young and trying to mimic his shot, and I figured I'd just stick to what I've been doing. He's pretty hard to match. He just has a God-given talent. It's something that wows you, and you're just happy he's on your side."
"You almost have to take a double take and go back and think about what he just did," Loyola midfielder J.P. Dalton said. "Now it's almost expected of him. You hold a player like Scott to that standard, and the cool part about him is he doesn't let you down."