No. 1 Virginia stays unbeaten

Cavaliers drop Blue Jays, 12-6

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March 25, 2006|By BALTIMORESUN.COM STAFF

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. // Top-ranked Virginia posted a 12-6 win over crowd of 7440.

With the win, Virginia also received the inaugural Doyle Smith Cup, which will be presented annually to the winner of this game.

The Cavaliers extended the nation's longest home winning streak to a record 17 games as they remain undefeated with a 9-0 record. Johns Hopkins evened its record at 3-3.

Virginia got balanced offense as 10 different players scored goals; Ben Rubeor and freshman Danny Glading led the way with two goals apiece. For Glading it is the first time he has led the team.

Sophomore Michael Doneger led Johns Hopkins with a career-high three goals.

Senior Charlie Glazer was exceptional in the faceoff circle, winning 10 of 17 draws. He finished with a game-high seven ground balls as the Cavaliers had a 40-22 advantage on the ground.

Originally published March 25, 2006, 7:54 PM EST

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