Hopkins routs Mount in 19-6 win

College Lacrosse


April 04, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Paul Rabil and Tom Duerr both scored three goals and added one assist, and the No. 9 Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team had 11 different players score in a 19-6 win over visiting Mount St. Mary's at a rain-soaked Homewood Field last night.

The Blue Jays (5-3) have won 24 straight games in the month of April and are 50-1 in their past 51 games in April since the start of the 1997 season.

Six different Blue Jays scored in a 7-0 run in the first 20 minutes of the game.

The Mount (1-7) scored two goals before a lightning delay halted the game for 2 hours, 22 minutes. Ben Mundorf and Matt Warner both scored in a span of 40 seconds midway through the second quarter to cut the lead to five, but Hopkins returned from the delay and scored six goals in less than six minutes to push the lead to 13-2. Duerr scored two of his three goals in the six-goal run.

The Blue Jays' largest lead was 19-3 early in the fourth quarter after another 6-0 run. Michael Doneger scored both of his goals during this run, which was answered by a three-goal flurry for the Mount in the final nine minutes that accounted for the final score.

In addition to Rabil and Duerr's efforts, the Blue Jays got two goals and three assists from Jake Byrne and two goals and two assists from Drew Dabrowksi.

Adam Sharretts scored twice to lead the Mount, which also got one goal and one assist from Mundorf and Werner. The Blue Jays outshot the Mountaineers 46-20, held a 44-26 advantage in ground balls and won 19 of 28 faceoffs.


Bridgewater 14, Hood 3 -- Despite two goals from Liz Rakowski, the Blazers (3-9) fell to the host Eagles (3-9).

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