Dave Huntley posthumously honoured with Lester B. Pearson Award

November 23, 2018

Story by Alain Brouillette, Canadian Lacrosse Association   OTTAWA, ON – The Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) is proud to announce that the late Dave Huntley, a man who dedicated his life to growing the sport of lacrosse and the Canadian national team program, has been selected as this year’s recipient of the Lester B. Pearson Award, one of the highest honours bestowed by this country’s lacrosse community. The Lester B. Pearson…

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Year in review: Johns Hopkins Blue Jays

May 18, 2017

Johns Hopkins’ season ended last weekend in the NCAA Tournament, losing to Duke, but the year of experience that the Jays have acquired has the ability to catapult the team in 2018 ahead of the pack.   The Jays stormed out of the gate winning their first four games of 2017. The thriller against Loyola and workman-like effort against North Carolina were signs that Hopkins was hoping for a push…

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Hopkins heads to Big Ten tournament with win over Wolverines

April 23, 2017

Baltimore, Maryland – Johns Hopkins University welcomed back alumni to campus with a 19-9 win against Big Ten foe Michigan while also securing themselves a berth in the Big Ten tournament. The Blue Jays used a decisive second quarter run to seal the victory.   Hopkins came out of the gate quickly, scoring the first three goals of the contest. Kieran Eissler started the scoring for the Jays when he…

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Hopkins Downs Rutgers 12-6

April 2, 2017

Baltimore, Maryland – Eleven points by Johns Hopkins starting attack of Kyle Marr, Wilkins Dismuke, and Shack Stanwick powered the Blue Jays to a 12-6 win to open their Big Ten regular season schedule on Friday night at Homewood Field. Rutgers fell for the second consecutive contest after being ranked first in the latest poll. Hopkins started strong, scoring the first four goals of the game and limiting the Scarlet…

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Hopkins Handles Heels 13-5

February 28, 2017

Chapel Hill, North Carolina – The Johns Hopkins Blue Jays were stout defensively, limiting the defending national champion University of North Carolina Tar Heels to just five goals, and left Chapel Hill with a 13-5 win. Offensively, the Jays scored nine goals in the second half and defensively held the Heels to one goal in the first half. Senior attackman Wilkins Dismuke scored the opening two goals of the game….

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Hopkins’ Tinney Ends Loyola Streak at 3 in OT

February 19, 2017

Baltimore, Maryland – The Hopkins Blue Jays ended their Charles Street losing streak to the Loyola Greyhounds in wild thrilling fashion, winning 14-13 in overtime. Junior midfielder Joel Tinney scored on Hopkins’ second possession in overtime to end Loyola’s hold on the Blue Jays at three. Hopkins held the lead only once in the contest before the game winner in sudden victory overtime. The game opened at a feverous pace…

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Hopkins Second Half Sinks Navy 15-8

February 8, 2017

  Baltimore, Maryland – Joel Tinney returned to the starting lineup to lead ninth ranked Johns Hopkins to a season-opening win against the Naval Academy. This was the opening game for both teams at Homewood Field. Hopkins big second half led the Blue Jays to a 15-8 win. Navy opened the scoring in the contest with the first three goals to take an early lead. Colin Flounlacker started the run…

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NCAA Lacrosse Tournament: Brown Bears topple Blue Jays, 17-8

May 15, 2016

Providence, Rhode Island—The Brown Bears advance to the second round after defeating the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays, 17-8. The third quarter was the difference in the game, as the Bears scored eight goals in the quarter. The combination of timely saves, pressure defense, and faceoff dominance keyed the Bears to victory. Brown opened up the scoring in the contest after both teams traded possessions, having opportunities each way. Attackman Henry…

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NCAA Lacrosse Tournament: Brown Hosts Hopkins

May 12, 2016

When: Saturday, 5pm, Stevenson-Pincince Field Johns Hopkins earned an at-large berth in the NCAA tournament and earned a road game versus the high scoring, fast paced Brown University Bears. This game has a similarity to another game that Hopkins faced in recent memory, 2008 National Final Four versus Duke University. Brown comes into the contest after losing in the Ivy League Tournament Semi-Final against Harvard. The Bears come into the…

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May Madness: Conference Semifinals Create Chaos

May 6, 2016

One word to summarize what happened Thursday: wow. All of the conferences except the ACC and Patriot League (who already finished their tournaments last week) and the Ivy League (who play Friday and Sunday) had their semifinals yesterday, and it brought some big results that will affect plenty of bubble teams. America East: Vermont 10, #15 Stony Brook 9; Hartford 11, #4 Albany 10 (OT) You read those scores right. Vermont…

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