Johns Hopkins Really Needs to Beat Maryland

May 21, 2011; Hempstead NY, USA; Johns Hopkins Blue Jays head coach Dave Pietramala yells in the first quarter against the Denver Pioneers during the quarterfinal round of 2011 NCAA mens lacrosse tournament at James M. Shuart Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Fielding-USA TODAY Sports


If JHU doesn’t beat Maryland, then the team will secure its fate of possibly not making the NCAA Tournament. The Terps rolled over the Blue Jays twice last season. Two years ago Hopkins was able to come from behind in an electric game in Byrd Stadium to defeat the Hardshells. Read More…

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Loyola Greyhounds Lose To Johns Hopkins In Style, New Warrior TII Helmets

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Today #1 Loyola fell to #10 JHU in a thrilling OT game, 10-9. The loss was Loyola’s first of the season, snapping a school-record tying 12-game winning streak. Loyola also wore new TII helmets from Warrior. The helmets stray from their usual Matte Black and Green helmets. Read More…

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Syracuse-Hopkins Lacrosse Rivalry Turns 50

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BALTIMORE –The two most storied programs in college lacrosse meet for the 50th time Saturday, March 17 when No. 6 Syracuse (3-1) visits Homewood Field for a 4 p.m. clash with No. 2 Johns Hopkins (6-0). The Orange and Blue Jays are the two winningest programs in Division I lacrosse history and they have met at least once every season dating back to 1983. Hopkins holds the edge in the all-time series, 26-22-1. Read More…

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