No. 4 Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse visits Towson

Blue Jays have won 17 consecutive games against Tigers

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.

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