Men's lacrosse: Johns Hopkins gets back on track with win vs. Albany

No. 10 Blue Jays score game's first 7 goals, end three-game skid

The Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team scored the game's first seven goals and cruised to a 13-8 win against No. 16 Albany on Friday night to snap a three-game losing skid.

Ryan Brown scored three times in the first 15:30 for the No. 10 Blue Jays (6-3), who led 9-1 at halftime. Holden Cattoni led the way with four goals for JHU, Brandon Benn scored three times, and Wells Stanwick finished with a career-high six assists.

The Blue Jays, coming off consecutive losses to Syracuse, Virginia, and North Carolina, held high-scoring Albany (4-5)—which came in averaging nearly 16 goals per game—to its lowest scoring output of the season. Hopkins goalkeeper Eric Schneider finished with eight saves.

JHU hosts rival Maryland on Saturday at 2 p.m. The game marks the 111th meeting between the two teams.

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