With Friday's 62-21 rout of Culver City at Smith Field, the 2021 Loyola Varsity Football team tied a school record for most points scored in a single game, becoming just the fourth team in the storied history of the Loyola Football program to hit the 60-point plateau.
The 62 points scored on Sept. 3rd tied the record originally set 97 years ago—all the way back in 1924 when the Cubs, under then-head coach Martin Marony, defeated Pacific Military Academy, 62-0.
The two other 60-point games include:
1975: During Loyola’s undefeated National Championship-winning season, the Cubs defeated Salesian 61-0 under head coach Marty Shaughnessy.
1998: Legendary head coach and alumnus Steve Grady '63 led Loyola to a 60-20 victory over Alemany.