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No. 19 Blue Jays fall to No. 8 Cardinal in 2OT, 10-9

Both teams had their runs early and both teams played very tight defense in the second half, but Stanford got the break they needed in double overtime.

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JHU snaps Cuse’s unbeaten streak with OT victory

Wilkins Dismukes scored a game-winning goal in overtime off a rebound to cap off a furious comeback by the Blue Jays with an 11-10 win.

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Blue Jay out-class Hofstra for 17-3 victory

Johns Hopkins women’s lacrosse made easy work of the Hofstra Pride as they picked up their second victory in just three days time, 17-3.

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JHU topples Baltimore foe Towson, 14-8

No. 14 Johns Hopkins got back above .500 as they handed No. 5 Towson their first loss of the season by playing keep-away with long possessions.

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Kenul leads JHU past BU and back above .500

Sophomore Emily Kenul had five point off three goals and two assists to lead Johns Hopkins women’s lacrosse to a close 13-12 victory over Boston U.

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JHU dominates face offs in 17-7 win over Princeton

Wilkins Dismukes (pictured) led a 10-man scoring effort for the Blue Jays that was created by a dominant performance at the face off X.

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Late rally doesn’t overcome slow start for JHU

No. 8 Johns Hopkins made a late run, but didn’t have enough time to overcome their 9-1 second half deficit against No. 8 Penn State in their 11-7 loss on Wednesday.

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Slow start dooms No. 8 JHU against No. 10 UNC

Despite a seven-point game by Shack Stanwick, Johns Hopkins was unable to overcome a slow start to their 15-11 loss to North Carolina.

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Tabasso OT goal put Hounds past Blue Jays, 8-7

Loyola game back against Johns Hopkins after a two-hour lightning delay and earned an 8-7 overtime victory after Sabrino Tabasso made a nifty move at goal.

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Loyola holds off JHU to pick up big, 9-8 victory

One week after stunning Virginia in their season opener, the Loyola men’s lacrosse team beat Charles Street rival Johns Hopkins in their home opener.

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