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College Crosse Roundup: Johns Hopkins Defeats Rutgers 12-6.

First conference game for the Big Ten in Homewood was a good one.

NCAA Lacrosse: Semifinals - Johns Hopkins Blue Jays vs. Maryland Terrapins Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Yale vs. Princeton.

Box Score: Johns Hopkins 12 vs. Rutgers 6.

Johns Hopkins Recap.

College Crosse Recap.

Johns Hopkins vs. Rutgers: Nice game for the Blue Jays, as the win moves Hopkins to 6-3 overall and 1-0 in the Big Ten. Rutgers is now 8-2 on the season and 0-1 in the Big Ten. This one wasn’t close for long, as Hopkins took a 4-0 first quarter lead, thanks to Kyle Marr who continued his hot shooting from last game with 3 goals in the first 13 minutes of the game. JHU’s Shack Stanwick also had a first half hat-trick, helping Hop go into halftime up 7-3. Johns Hopkins goalie Brock Turnbaugh got the start over Gerald Logan tonight and he made the most out of it. Turnbaugh was excellent with a dozen saves, including several really nice ones that kept the Rutgers offense off-balance all night.

Hop’s defense was on point tonight. Senior Nick Fields and freshman Jack Rapine and Owen Colwell did a great job holding the Rutgers starting attack unit of Jules Heningburg, Kieran Mullins, and Connor Murphy to only 6 combined points. Rutgers was averaging 12.5 goals/game before tonight. However, every time Rutgers got the game to within 3 or 4 goals, the Hopkins defense would get a stop or turnover to hold off the Scarlet Knights.

Hop’s leading scorer tonight was Shack Stanwick with 6 points (4 Gs & 2 As), followed by Kyle Marr with 5 points (5 Gs). Cody Radziewicz chipped in with 3 points of his own tonight (2 Gs & 1 A). Hunter Moreland had a good game for the Blue Jays as he won 13 out of 22 faceoffs on the night. Rutgers’ leading scorer was Connor Murphy with 3 points (3 Gs). RU’s Kieran Mullins also had 3 points (1 G & 2 As). Murphy & Mullins with the only Rutgers players with more than 1 point tonight.

Next Game.

The next game for Rutgers is vs. Michigan on April 8th.

The next game for Johns Hopkins is vs. Ohio State on April 9th.