Women's lacrosse: Johns Hopkins rallies for win at Ohio State

Blue Jays earn fourth seed in ALC tournament with 11-10 victory

The Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team took its first lead with 27:20 to play in the game and held on to defeat host Ohio State 11-10 on Saturday in the regular-season finale for both teams.

With the win, the Blue Jays (10-6, 2-3 ALC) earned the fourth seed in this week's American Lacrosse Conference Tournament and will host the fifth-seeded Buckeyes (7-9, 1-4) on Thursday at 4 p.m.

JHU fell behind 6-5 early in the second half but then scored four straight goals to take control. Freshman Dene' DiMartino had two of the scores as the Blue Jays went up 9-6. The Buckeyes rallied to tie the score at 9, but goals by Taylor D'Amore and Jen Cook put JHU back in front to stay.

Sarah Taylor led Johns Hopkins with three goals, and D'Amore had a pair of goals and two assists. Sammy Cermack and DiMartino also scored twice for JHU.

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