Men's lacrosse: 10 players score as Hopkins routs Princeton, 17-7
No. 13 Blue Jays net their most lopsided win vs. Tigers since 1990
Ten different players scored for the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team Saturday in a 17-7 rout of Princeton at Homewood Field, though one player was notably absent from JHU's long list of goal-scorers.
Senior attackman Ryan Brown, who had scored a goal in 37 consecutive games before Saturday, was held off the scoreboard, ending the nation's longest scoring streak. But Brown's teammates more than made up for it as the No. 13 Blue Jays evened their record at 2-2. The Tigers fell to 1-2.
Junior Wilkins Dismuke paced Hopkins with four goals, Holden Cattoni added three, and Shack Stanwick had two goals and three assists. After Princeton evened the score at 3 early in the second quarter, the Blue Jays scored nine of the next 10 goals to take a commanding 12-4 lead in the fourth quarter. The 10-goal margin of victory was JHU's largest against Princeton since 1990.
Hopkins dominated in terms of shots (46-27) and ground balls (32-14) and committed just seven turnovers, a marked improvement over recent losing efforts against Loyola and North Carolina.
The Blue Jays return to action Saturday when they host unbeaten Towson (5-0) at 2 p.m.
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