College Lacrosse Weekend Preview: Show Me What You Got

March 11, 2016

It’s time for some teams to prove one of two things. Either they’re contenders when May comes around, or they still need some work to do. It’s been about a month since the season got underway, and we’ve seen Towson, Hofstra, and even Rutgers rise into the Top 20, while Duke, Virginia, and Georgetown have been disappointments thus far. But is this the biggest weekend of the season? Sure there’s been…


Sixteen Register Points as Hopkins Wins Big Against Princeton

March 5, 2016

Johns Hopkins looked to draw even through four games this season. They got was a total team effort in a convincing win against the Princeton Tigers. The win avenges last year’s overtime loss, in which the Tigers rallied late to win in overtime. In the win, the nation’s consecutive games with a goal streak ends as Ryan Brown ends the day with two assists. Princeton would score first as Bobby…


Carolina Rebounds With Win Against Hopkins, 15-11

February 28, 2016

Baltimore, Maryland – On a beautiful day in Baltimore the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays opened their home slate against the North Carolina Tar Heels.  Both teams came off tough losses in their prior games and only one would leave avoiding a two-game losing streak early in the season. Carolina scored immediately off the opening face-off victory and Tar Heels would score the next three to take a commanding 4-0 lead…


College Lacrosse Weekend Preview: This Is Madness!

February 20, 2016

Madness? THIS. IS. FEBRUARY LACROSSE! If you don’t know what movie that sort of is from, it’s from 300 (and you should probably watch at least that scene right now). We have a great slate of Division I games this weekend, including six of the top ten teams in the nation taking on another ranked team. Many of these games are on Saturday, so set aside your Saturday. SATURDAY #1…


Hopkins Holds On to Top Navy in Double OT

February 10, 2016

Sophomore attackman Shack Stanwick scored 29 seconds into overtime to sink Navy’s upset of fifth-ranked Johns Hopkins Blue Jays. It was the season opener for the Blue Jays, while Navy finished the day with a 1-1 record. The Blue Jays came strong out of the gates, scoring the first three goals of the contest.  Midfielder John Crawley scored the first two goals of the contest, both unassisted.  After sitting out…


2016 College Lacrosse Season Preview: Johns Hopkins Blue Jays

December 29, 2015

Overview: Johns Hopkins had an amazing run to the inaugural B1G Ten Title and NCAA Final Four after a roller coaster of a start to the season.  Looking to continue the trend of advancing to championship weekend in May, the Blue Jays need to fill defensive holes to keep opposing offenses at bay.  Nearly the entire defensive lineup graduated and two key cogs in the offense need replacing as well….


Hopkins Has Tough Task Ahead to Replace Tinney

November 25, 2015

Johns Hopkins learned that they will be without sophomore midfielder Joel Tinney for the 2016 season.  After exhausting appeals, Tinney is on campus and in good academic standing at the school but will be unable to don his number 55 on the field during competition this spring. Hopkins had understanding that this could be the case prior to fall ball, so the coaching staff went into the offseason practices having…


2015 NCAA Fall Ball Preview: Johns Hopkins

September 12, 2015

This past season was one of incredible highs and equal lows around Homewood Field. The Blue Jays were within a goal, or two, from returning to the championship game at Lincoln Financial in Philadelphia. Some familiar faces will return for the Jays, but there are holes that need to be filled as they look forward to the 2016 season. Offensively, Hopkins is in prime position to be able to gun…


Holden Cattoni Joins Lakers at Mann Cup

September 8, 2015

Holden Cattoni, a junior A Lakers standout and recent graduate, was given permission to join the Lakers for the duration of the Mann Cup from Johns Hopkins, his university in the US. Cattoni was supposedly fly out on Friday but has his flight cancelled by weather, so he arrived Sunday instead. He was thrown right into the lineup in game three as the most sensible choice to replace Adam Jones,…


Rambo, Maryland Holds On And Gets Revenge Against Hopkins: Rapid Reaction

May 23, 2015

Matt Rambo’s Twitter name is “Lion,” and he certainly played like one today, especially in the 4th quarter in an 11-10 win over Johns Hopkins. The sophomore from nearby Glenside and alum of La Salle College High School scored four goals and two assists to lead the Terrapins to their first national championship game since 2012, where they fell to Loyola. Maryland got on the board first with a goal…