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Four local WLAX teams playing in NCAA Tournament

Undefeated and looking to defend their national championship, Maryland is the tournament’s top seed with JHU, Towson and Loyola all in as well.

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Jays stumble in B1G semis, fall to Rutgers

JHU beat Rutgers in ever stats, except goals and that was the only one that mattered in their 14-12 loss to Rutgers in the Big Ten semis.

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Brown, Stanwick headline JHU’s B1G awards

Ryan Brown (left) and Shack Stanwick (right) led Johns Hopkins to the Big Ten’s top offense and both earned First Team honors for their efforts.

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Terps top JHU in ‘The Rivalry’ to claim B1G title

No. 3 Maryland used a key second-half run to power past No. 8 Johns Hopkins to take home ‘The Rivalry Trophy’ and claim the Big Ten regular season title.

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DiMartino has record-breaking home finale in win

Senior Dene’ DiMartino broke school single season and career draw records and scored four goals to lead JHU to a 17-12 victory over UMBC.

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Petro returns to lead JHU past OSU, 13-12

Johns Hopkins head coach Dave Pietramala missed four games but returned at Homewood field to lead the Blue Jays past a gritty Ohio State Buckeyes team, 13-12.

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Terps stage comeback, hold off JHU

Maryland trailed in the second half but rallied to earn a 10-8 victory over rival Johns Hopkins on Wednesday night.

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#17 TU beats #19 JHU to claim Charles St. battle

Tiger freshman Carly Tellekamp matched Johns Hopkins total production by herself, scoring four goals in the Tiger’s 9-4 win over the Blue Jays.

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Huge second half lifts #11 JHU past UMBC, 19-7

The Retrievers kept it close at halftime but the Blue Jays shut them down in the second half and pulled away with a 19-7 victory on Wednesday night.

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Furman proves to be no contests for No. 19 JHU

Johns Hopkins shut Furman out into the second half and scored the first 12 goals of the game as they cruised to a 17-3 victory on Saturday afternoon.

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