The 11th-ranked Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team rallied from a second-quarter deficit for a decisive 15-8 win against Towson on Saturday at Homewood Field.
The Blue Jays (2-0) trailed 5-3 in the second period, but scored 10 of the game's next 11 goal en route to their 19th consecutive win against the Tigers (1-1). JHU leads the all-time series 39-3.
Ryan Brown, John Crawley, and Brandon Benn paces the Johns Hopkins attack with four goal apiece, and Wells Stanwick added a goal and five assists, giving him 10 assists in tow games. Goalkeeper Eric Schneider notched eight saves for the Blue Jays, who owned a 55-31 edge in shots and a 17-9 advantage on faceoffs.
Johns Hopkins returns to action Saturday against Michigan at Homewood Field at noon.