2009:Loy played in four games for Penn State last year, scoring three points off a goal and two assists.
2008:As a sophomore, Loy played in 11 games and tallied eight goals. He upped his career point total 10, scoring nine goals and dishing off one assist during two years as a member of Penn State's attack.
2007: Loy played in 10 games in 2007, scoring one goal and grabbing an assist. His first collegiate goal came against Notre Dame on Feb. 25, while his assist came against ECAC foe Rutgers. Loy had three ground balls as well during his rookie season.
Loy earned second team All-New Jersey honors as a freshman and sophomore and was a first team All-New Jersey pick as a junior and senior. He earned All-MAPL and All-Bianchi honors four straight years and was team MVP and captain his senior season. He left The Hun School as its all-time leading scorer and left Hun as the fourth all-time leading goal scorer in New Jersey history. He was also tenth on New Jersey's all-time points list. A superb player with nationwide respect, Loy was a USA West selection to represent the United States in Australia in the Summer of 2006. He is the son of Steve and Philomena Loy. Matt has two brothers, Eric and Chris. Loy is an LER major at Penn State.
"Matt will vie for playing time on attack. We are asking for more in the riding game, and will be rotating the attack more this spring, so Matt's play off the crease will be a key in securing playing time. When on the crease, Matt has shown the ability to score in the past, but he must be more consistent and confident in handling the ball on the parameter.."-Coach Thiel