Harvard (2-2) at Johns Hopkins (5-2)
The Blue Jays built a seven-goal first-half lead en route to Wednesday's 16-12 win over No. 13 Georgetown. Following that with a win over the Crimson would go a long way toward maintaining the consistency they've been lacking over the past few years, especially headed into a stretch run of six top-notch opponents that include American Lacrosse Conference foes No. 5 Florida and No. 1 Northwestern (which the Jays upset last season). Like Hopkins, Harvard — which pushed No. 9 Penn to overtime Saturday — has a balanced attack and a solid freshman goalie.