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Topic - Scott Ratliff
Loyola was an afterthought nationally when it embarked on its men's lacrosse season more than three months ago.
Scott Ratliff snared a groundball and looked diagonally down the field Saturday afternoon. Justin Ward was there, below the scoreboard that showed so little time standing between top-seeded Loyola and the final four.
Scott Ratliff's phone rang shortly into a trek from Panama City, Fla., to Atlanta, a long haul home from spring break.
"It still feels like a dream, like it's not happening," junior long pole Scott Ratliff said. "It's a pretty incredible feeling. It's everything I expected it to be."
"Any recruit you go in to try to get, he's going to be interested in this program coming off a national championship," Ratliff said. "With this coaching staff and the nucleus we've built - we have an amazing senior class, but we're loaded with talent right now throughout all our classes, so I think the success will continue."