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JHU comesback in thrilling OT win over UVA

JHU erased a six-goal deficit, only to see UVA score three goals in the final two minutes to force overtime, but the Blue Jays got the golden goal for the 18-17 win.

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JHU spreads the wealth in win over Vandy

Seven different Blue Jays as the JHU women’s lacrosse team topped a scrappy Vanderbilt Commodores squad on Wednesday afternoon, 13-8.

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Syracuse hands JHU third straight loss, 8-7 in OT

Johns Hopkins’ promising 4-0 start has sunk down to a 4-3 record with a third-straight defeat as Syracuse scored on the only overtime possession for the 8-7 result.

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No. 17 Tigers patience leads to upset of No. 6 JHU

The No. 17 Towson Tigers dominated faceoffs, maintained long possessions and kept the No. 6 Blue Jays as they earned the 13-8 victory on a frigid Saturday.

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Blue Jays pull away from UMBC in 2nd half

The Retrievers scored the first three goals of the game at Homewood Field, but it was all Johns Hopkins after that as they earned the convincing 12-8 victory.

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Blue Jays roll over Furman, 15-5

Sophomore Mirando Ibello had seven points on two goals and five assists as Johns Hopkins improved to 5-1 with a 15-5 victory over Furman.

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Long scoring drought sinks JHU

Johns Hopkins went without a score for nearly 25 minutes while Princeton used a 10-goal run to blow past the Blue Jays, 18-7. It was JHU’s first loss of the year.

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JHU tops Georgetown in overtime, 11-10

The Johns Hopkins women’s lacrosse team bounced back from a tough loss to Penn with a gutsy overtime victory over Georgetown on Wednesday night.

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Logan makes 16 saves as JHU tops No. 3 UNC

No. 5 Johns Hopkins remains unbeaten at 4-0 with a third win over a ranked opponent as they shut down No. 3 UNC in Chapel Hill for the 13-5 win.

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No. 10 Penn hands Jays first loss of 2017

No. 18 Johns Hopkins made a comeback and took a lead in the second half but still ended up on the losing end for the first time this season as Penn took the 10-7 win.

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