Johns Hopkins' 20-11 win at Hofstra on Wednesday was the team's second-biggest scoring outburst of the season, but coach Tony Seaman was happier that he was able to field a healthy team.
"We haven't been healthy for three weeks, and it was nice to have everybody there," Seaman said yesterday of the victory, which made Hopkins' record 7-3. "We've had some injuries with our midfielders, and being healthy makes a big difference."
Not that the Blue Jays, who have won two straight since losing at Maryland last month, needed to be at their best against unranked Hofstra (6-6). Hopkins had a 9-7 lead at the half but outscored Hofstra, 7-1, in the third quarter.