Women's lacrosse: JHU's season ends with loss to Ohio State

Buckeyes rally for 10-9 victory in ALC tournament quarterfinal

Ohio State's Hallie Keselman scored with 4:03 to play, and the visiting Buckeyes held on for a 10-9 win against the Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team in an American Lacrosse Conference tournament quarterfinal matchup at Homewood Field on Thursday afternoon.

The Blue Jays, who led 5-1 after less than eight minutes of play, finished their season with a record of 10-7. The 10 wins were the most for JHU since they finished 10-7 in 2010.

JHU was led by junior Sarah Taylor, who scored four goals. She finished the season with 43 goals, the most for Johns Hopkins since Mary Key scored 67 in 2007.

Jen Cook added a pair of tallies, and Taylor D'Amore had a goal and two assists. Freshman Dene' DiMartino scored with 11:02 to play in the first half to put the Blue Jays up 7-3, but the Buckeyes (8-9) score five straight goals to take an 8-7 lead. Johns Hopkins went back in front, 9-8, on goals by Taylor and Cook but was held scoreless over the final 18 minutes.

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