Men's lacrosse: Hopkins comes back but can't close out North Carolina

No. 8 Blue Jays surrender final five goals in 15-11 defeat

Hub staff report / February 28, 2016 Posted in Athletics Tagged men's lacrosse

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JHU lacrosse player drives towards the net

Johns Hopkins sophomore Shack Stanwick scored two goals and had a season-high five assists against North Carolina Image: James VanRensselaer / Homewood Photography

The Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team clawed back from an early deficit to take its first lead in the fourth quarter on Sunday afternoon, but a late spurt lifted North Carolina to a 15-11 victory at Homewood Field.

No. 8 Hopkins (1-2) fell behind 4-0 in the first quarter of its home-opener but chipped away and took its first lead, 11-10, on a goal by sophomore Shack Stanwick with 11:22 to play. But the No. 10 Tar Heels (3-1) seized the momentum, scoring the game's final five goals to secure their fifth consecutive victory against JHU.

Stanwick paced the Blue Jays with two goals and a career-best five assists, and senior Ryan Brown added three goals and an assist. Cody Radziewicz had a pair of goals for JHU, and goalkeeper Brock Turnbaugh had eight saves.

Hopkins returns to action Saturday when it hosts Princeton at 1 p.m.

Also see: Hopkins vs. North Carolina box score

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