The Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team will make its shortest road trip of the season when it visits Towson on Saturday night at 7 p.m. at Unitas Stadium.
The No. 4 Blue Jays (1-0) are coming off a 15-6 win against Siena in their season opener on Friday, a game in which they outscored the Saints 9-2 after halftime. JHU took 58 shots in the win, their since attempting 61 in a victory against Albany on March 9, 2004.
Johns Ranagan and Brandon Benn paced the attack with three goals apiece.
Towson (0-1) opened its season with a 9-7 loss at High Point on Friday. The Tigers are coached by Shawn Nadelen, who played for JHU from 1998-2001 and was a senior captain for the Blue Jays during Dave Pietramala's first season as coach in 2001.
Johns Hopkins owns a 37-3 record in its all-time series against Towson and has won 17 in a row against the Tigers.