Men's lacrosse: Blue Jays blast Wolverines for Pietramala's 150th victory
No. 8 Johns Hopkins cruises to 14-5 win to improve to 3-0
The Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team built a 9-1 lead in the first half and rolled to a 14-5 win against Michigan on Saturday at Homewood Field to remain unbeaten on the season.
The No. 8 Blue Jays (3-0) got two goals apiece from Brandon Benn, Holden Cattoni, and Rob Guida. Junior Wells Stanwick chipped in with a goal and three assists, giving him 13 assists in JHU's first three games.
Johns Hopkins led 12-1 before the Wolverines (2-2) scored their second goal with 5:33 to play in the third quarter. Michigan outshot the Blue Jays 41-36, but senior goalie Eric Schneider posted a career-high 19 saves, the most by a JHU netminder since 2010.
The win was the 150th for Dave Pietramala as head coach at Johns Hopkins, and it came in his 200th game at JHU.
The Blue Jays visit No. 10 Princeton (1-0) on Saturday at noon.