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DiMartino scores five in JHU’s win over American

Dene’ DiMartino led Johns Hopkins with five goals and six draw controls as she helped the Blue Jays to a 16-10 victory over the American Eagles.

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Tucker earns 250th win as JHU beats Marquette

With an 11-8 win over Marquette, Janine Tucker won her 250th game as head coach and Johns Hopkins won their 400th in program history.

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Brown scored six as Hopkins beats Navy in 2OT

Ryan Brown scored six goals and has an assists while Shack Stanwick scored the game-winner in overtime as Johns Hopkins beat Navy in double overtime, 12-11.

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Terps headed to championship game

Just 15 minutes away from his home nearly Philadelphia, Matt Rambo scored four goals to lead the Terps past Johns Hopkins 12-11 for a trip to Monday’s title game.

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UMD and JHU headed for Final Four clash

Maryland and Johns Hopkins have made the greatest rivalry in lacrosse and their game on Saturday will have a trip to the national championship game on the line.

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Terps trio headlines All-American women’s team

Of their five All-Americans, three Terps received First Team Honors. Loyola and Johns Hopkins also saw their top players get recognition.

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Top defenders lead All-America honors

Maryland, Johns Hopkins, Loyola and Towson all saw their top defenders, among some others, earn USILA All-American honors.

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JHU and UMD dominate Big Ten lax awards

After finishing with a share of the Big Ten regular-season title, both Johns Hopkins and Maryland have dominated the Big Ten postseason awards list.

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Brown scores eight goals as JHU edges Terps

Ryan Brown scored eight goals to lead JHU past Maryland, 15-12 while also earning a share of the Big Ten title and top seed in the conference tournament.

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JHU overcomes horrible start but falls in OT

The Blue Jays overcame a terrible start to take a late lead but the Princeton Tigers forced overtime and struck late again to get the 16-15 victory at Homewood Field.

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