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Loyola Wolfpack

Loyola Wolfpack
Logo
University Loyola University New Orleans
Conference Southern States Athletic Conference
NCAA NAIA
Athletic director Michael Giorlando
Location New Orleans, LA
Varsity teams 11
Basketball arena The Den
Baseball stadium Segnette Field
Nickname Wolfpack
Colors
     Maroon       Gold
Website .edu.loynowolfpack

The Loyola Wolfpack are composed of 11 teams representing Loyola University New Orleans in intercollegiate athletics, including men and women's basketball, cross country, tennis, and track. Men's sports include baseball. Women's sports include volleyball and golf. The Wolfpack compete in the NAIA and are members of the Southern States Athletic Conference.[1]

Teams

Men's Women's
Baseball Basketball
Basketball Cross Country
Cross Country Golf
Tennis Tennis
Track Track
Volleyball

Baseball

Loyola has had 5 Major League Baseball Draft selections since the draft began in 1965.[2]
Year Player Round Team
1965 Stephens, JohnJohn Stephens 54 Orioles
1966 Genussa, DonaldDonald Genussa 28 Orioles
1966 Schoen, GerryGerry Schoen 25 Senators
1970 Caballero, RobertRobert Caballero 20 Red Sox
2000 Lindsey, DavidDavid Lindsey 29 Cardinals

References

  1. ^ "Wolf Pack Athletics".  
  2. ^ """MLB Amateur Draft Picks who came from "Loyola University New Orleans (New Orleans, LA).  

External links

  • Official website
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