JOHNS HOPKINS (4-1) * WHAT'S AHEAD: Vs. No. 1 North Carolina Saturday (2 p.m.) at Chapel Hill, N.C., followed by Army, Maryland and Navy.
* FACEOFFS: No sooner had Johns Hopkins stunned top-ranked Virginia, 16-6, Saturday before 9,657 at Homewood Field than coach Tony Seaman let his mind flash ahead: "Now we get to play No. 1 again next week. OK, as long as we're the underdogs." . . . This time it'll be North Carolina (6-0), which moved to the top of the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association coaches' poll, released yesterday . . . Hopkins moved up from No. 5 to No. 2 . . . Seaman raved about goalie Scott Giardina, saying, "He was a wall, making unbelievable saves." Loyola High defenseman Brian Voelker also earned Seaman's praise after holding Kevin Pehlke, who came in with 26 goals, to one. As to his team's shooting, Seaman said: "We're making it so hard to be a great goalie against us." . . . When Virginia jumped ahead, 4-1, Seaman didn't fret, reasoning that "we'd battle back," which the Blue Jays did, making it 4-4 after one quarter . . . Said Virginia coach Jim Adams: "It was one of those days. Kevin had trouble buying a goal, they defensed us well and Giardina made big saves."
LOYOLA (4-2) * WHAT'S AHEAD: Vs. Towson State Saturday (2 p.m.) at Curley Field.
* FACEOFFS: The Greyhounds let Brown (5-0) off the hook, squandering a 12-8 lead in the fourth quarter and losing, 14-13 . . . Jay McMahon's fourth and final goal capped Brown's comeback . . . The Bears are 4-0 against Loyola . . . Chris Colbeck had three goals for the Greyhounds, who lost their first regular-season home game since 1987 (vs. Towson State) . . . Loyola dropped from No. 3 to No. 6 in yesterday's USILA coaches' poll.
MARYLAND (5-1) * WHAT'S AHEAD: At Virginia Saturday (2 p.m.)
* FACEOFFS: Rob Wurzburger scored once in Maryland's 8-6 loss to North Carolina before 3,112 at Denton Field to raise his career total to 115 . . . He's two behind Jim Wilkerson, third on Maryland's all-time goals list . . . Wurzburger has 22 this season, four more than Mark Douglas, who pumped in three against Carolina . . . Tar Heels ace Dennis Goldstein scored both his goals in the fourth quarter to help hold off Maryland, which went from No. 6 to No. 7 in the coaches' poll.
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (5-2) * WHAT'S AHEAD: At VMI Saturday (2 p.m.).
* FACEOFFS: The Mount's game against Drexel at Emmitsburg was postponed because of a soggy field . . . The Mounties had to be content for the week with their 15-11 victory over Ohio State Thursday.
NAVY (4-2) * WHAT'S AHEAD: Vs. Army Saturday (1:30 p.m.) at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium.
* FACEOFFS: Navy slipped by Duke, 9-8, for its fourth straight win on senior attackman Paul Fallace's clinching goal with almost 10 minutes remaining . . . Matt Pawlikowski led the Middies with three goals, including one that tied it at 8 . . . Kevin Farrington, Navy's sophomore goalie out of Loyola High, had 22 saves.
TOWSON STATE (3-1) * WHAT'S AHEAD: At Loyola Saturday (2 p.m.).
* FACEOFFS: Senior attackman Glenn Smith raised his school-record goals total to 118 with five in Towson State's 14-11 win over C.W. Post . . . He has eight in the last two games . . . Smith and Rob Shek combined to give the Tigers a 5-1 lead . . . The victory moved the Tigers up from No. 10 to No. 9 in the coaches' poll.
UMBC (5-2) * WHAT'S AHEAD: Vs. Penn State Saturday (2 p.m.) at UMBC Stadium.
* FACEOFFS: UMBC goalie Bob Bailey shook off a muscle strain suffered last week against Duke to register 13 saves in the 17-7 rout of West Chester . . . Jamie Batley had three goals and five players scored two.
* FACEOFFS: Washington College, 1-5 after a 20-4 loss to Hobart, can avoid its first losing season since 1980 only by sweeping its final five games. The Shoremen are No. 16 in the latest Division III poll . . . Salisbury State, which stomped Albany State, 18-12, to remain unbeaten (7-0), entertains Clarkson tomorrow and travels to Guilford Saturday. The Sea Gulls are second behind Hobart in the Division III coaches' poll . . . Western Maryland got its first win, over Scranton, 17-11, as Tory Kasemeyer scored five goals.