Loyola Football Leaving MIAA To Compete As Independent

12/22/17

By Wick Eisenberg, PressBox

Loyola's football team has decided to temporarily leave the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association "A" conference. The Dons have a tremendous tradition in the conference, winning seven league championships, most recently in 2008.

The decision was made public in a letter from the institution's president, Anthony Day, which was addressed to alumni and friends of the Loyola football program. In the letter, it says the decision was made after a careful and thorough assessment.

Loyola plans to compete in 2018 as an independent.

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