The team is one of the most successful athletic programs at Loyola, winning numerous MAAC Championships, consistently making NCAA Tournament appearances, and often holding national rankings in both the NSCAA/Adidas Poll as well as that of CollegeSoccerNews. The team is coached by Mark Mettrick, a former youth and reserve player for Manchester United, who has been at the helm since 2000 and has led the Greyhounds to four NCAA Tournament appearances, reaching the Sweet 16 in 2001.
Loyola won the NCAA Division II Championship in 1976 - one of two national championships in the school's history - and moved up to the Division I level following the conclusion of the 1978 season.
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