Johns Hopkins’ Zach Palmer’s Behind-the-Back Goal

The Canuck, Zach Palmer, ignited one of the many sparks to mark Hopkins’ comeback Saturday night in College park, Md. He placed a btb top shelf from 10 yards out. Major skills in the 107th meeting between Hop and Maryland.

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  1. […] The field is canvas and his stick is his paintbrush. My hyperbole sucks, but you get the idea.Johns Hopkins’ Zach Palmer’s Behind-the-Back Goal Against Maryland…Zach Palmer’s One-Handed Lacrosse Goal Against Virginia Is… AKPC_IDS+="61108,"; Posted in: D1 […]

  2. […] As 412_Lax put it, “Zach Palmer decided to score one handed against UVA. Canadians keeping it casual in Charlottesville.” Palmer and the Jays did work this weekend by beating UVA in overtime. This goal, however, made the lacrosse Gods smile. It’s pure perfection mixed with a lot of creativity. Remember his behind-the-back goal against the Terps last year? Reflect here. […]

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