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Lacrosse the Internet: April 27, 2015

Here comes a huge week.

Things are definitely going to happen.


Reaction: Johns Hopkins 15, No. 2 Maryland 12
Ryan Brown scored eight goals and Johns Hopkins received a much needed quality win, as the Blue Jays defeated No.2 Maryland 15-12 before an announced 9,343 at Byrd Stadium on Saturday night. Maryland fell to 12-2, its 11-game win streak snapped. Hopkins improved to 7-6, and with the win earned the No.1 seed in the Big Ten tournament.

Reaction: Georgetown 13, St. John's 10
Senior day celebrations for the Georgetown men’s lacrosse team didn’t end in the pregame ceremony honoring those players. Seniors accounted for the final four goals to help the Hoyas hold off St. John’s, 13-10, on Saturday in Washington, D.C.

Reaction: Drexel 11, No. 16 Towson 10
In one sense, the Drexel Dragons' win against Towson was a typical CAA victory. The Dragons won by one goal,  and the game in true end-of-the-year CAA form had postseason implications.

Brown's Eight Powers Johns Hopkins Past Rival Maryland
Maryland midfielder Joe LoCascio scored three impressive goals of his own Saturday night. But when he learned in a post-game press conference after Johns Hopkins' 15-12 win over the Terps that Blue Jays attackman Ryan Brown scored eight, LoCascio's eyes opened wide with disbelief and he whispered to a pair of teammates sitting next to him, wondering if what a reporter said was really true.

Ryan Brown's eight goals lift Johns Hopkins past Maryland
The Terrapins men’s lacrosse team had made a habit of grinding out close games in recent weeks. After thrashing Penn State in a 12-5 win April 4, the Terps captured three consecutive one-goal victories against Loyola, Rutgers and Ohio State.

UAlbany lacrosse dominates regular-season finale against UMBC
The University at Albany men's lacrosse team hasn't lost an America East Conference match since senior midfielder Tim Cox of Schenectady was a freshman. That's 16 straight victories in the regular season and 20 including the playoffs.

Mount St. Mary's men's lacrosse grabs fourth and final spot in NEC tournament
After a two-year absence from the Northeast Conference tournament, Mount St. Mary’s guaranteed that it will play in the league playoffs next week.

Towson men's lacrosse slips to third seed in CAA tournament
Towson let a prime opportunity to slip away.

Siena men's lacrosse finishes season with loss to Marist
The Siena men's lacrosse team closed out its campaign with a 15-4 loss to Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference regular-season champion Marist on Saturday in Poughkeepsie.

Wahoos Drop Penn in ACC Penn Challenge
No. 8 Virginia men's lacrosse closes out the regular season with a 12-6 victory over Penn in the ACC Penn Challenge, Saturday night.

#8 UVa Men's Lacrosse Beats Penn 12-6 in Regular Season Finale
Greg Coholan scored nine points (four goals, four assists) to help elevate the No. 8 Virginia Cavaliers (10-4) to a 12-6 non-conference win over the Penn Quakers (6-7) on Saturday night, inside PPL Park.


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