2012 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament, Denver Vs. Loyola Score Update: Pioneers, Greyhounds Locked In 2-2 Battle

At the end of one quarter, the Denver Pioneers and the Loyola, Md. Greyhounds are tied at 2-2 in this quarterfinal matchup in the 2012 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament. Loyola dominated early on, but Denver came back in the final minutes of the quarter.

With 10:30 left in the period, Loyola's Mike Sawyer scored the first goal of the game, his 51st of the season. About 90 seconds later, Eric Lusby came up with his 41st goal of the season to take a 2-0 lead. Denver took a timeout to regroup.

The game played tight after that until less than three minutes remained in the quarter. Mark Matthews scored the first Denver goal with 2:20 left on the clock and then the second with just six seconds remaining. Matthews now has 46 goals on the season with the help of Alex Demopoulos on the first goal and Jeremy Noble on the second.

For more updates on the Denver Pioneers lacrosse team, keep it tuned into SB Nation Denver. For more on college lacrosse, head over to College Crosse.

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