Leftover notes from Maryland's victory over Johns Hopkins

A few statistical notes from the Terps' 11-5 win in Saturday's NCAA tournament quarterfinal

May 21, 2012|By Edward Lee

Here are a few notes that didn’t make Sunday’s article on Maryland’s 11-5 upset of No. 2 seed Johns Hopkins in Saturday's NCAA tournament quarterfinal due to space constraints.

*The last time the Terps beat the Blue Jays by at least six goals was April 14, 2006 when Maryland cruised to an 11-4 triumph. It was also the last time the defense limited Johns Hopkins to less than six goals.

*The Terps improved to 10-2 this year and 92-9 since 2002 when scoring at least 10 goals in a contest.

*Senior midfielder Drew Snider’s three goals represented his third hat trick of the season and fifth of his career. Snider, who also scored three times in Maryland’s 10-9 decision against No. 7 seed Lehigh in the first round, has recorded three hat tricks in six career NCAA tournament games.

*The Blue Jays’ last four visits to Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis have ended in losses. In addition to Saturday’s setback, Johns Hopkins lost, 8-2, to Navy earlier this year, 9-8 in overtime to the Midshipmen in 2010 and 19-8 to Virginia in 2009.

*Sophomore Rob Guida assisted on three of the team’s first four goals. The three assists were a career high.

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