The Greyhounds scored the first four goals of the game and never looked back. While both teams suffered major losses from 1999 graduation after losing in the NCAA Quarterfinals at Princeton, it seems as if the two teams may be heading in different directions in 2000. Loyola's offense looked solid with a great deal of control as the Greyhounds generated much of their attack from behind with big attackman #10 - Tim Goettelmann. Loyola gained great matchups on the offensive end by running attackmen #4 - Bobby Horsey and #5 Gunnar Goettelmann out of the box and landing them with shortstick midfielders. All-American Midfielder #44 Mike Battista also helped Loyola control the game and was one of the more dominating players on the field today, leading Loyola in scoring with 3 goals and 1 assist. Although Delaware's defense let up 14 goals today, it is definitely the strong point of the team. Close defenseman Bryan Barrett and longstick midfielder John Ciliberto both played strong defensive games for the Hens. Delaware's offense looked a little uncomfortable and were unable to convert on a lot of open looks at the goal.