Men's lacrosse: Hopkins starts strong with win vs. Navy

No. 8 Blue Jays close on 8-1 run to pull away from No. 10 Midshipmen, 15-8

Credit: James T. VanRensselaer / Homewood Photography

Three players scored three goals as the eighth-ranked Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team pulled away for a 15-8 win against No. 10 Navy at Homewood Field on Tuesday night.

The Blue Jays (1-0) fell behind early when the Midshipmen (0-1) scored the game's first three goals. The score was tied at 7 midway through the third quarter, but Hopkins closed on an 8-1 run for a decisive victory. Complete box score

Junior midfielder Joel Tinney scored three goals in his first game action since May 2015, including one on a perfectly executed hidden ball trick.

Wilkins Dismuke and Patrick Fraser also scored three goals apiece, and Shack Stanwick and John Crawley both contributed two goals and two assists.

Goalkeeper Gerald Logan made eight saves for the Blue Jays, who return to action Saturday at 1 p.m. against UMBC at Homewood Field.

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