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1 2015 JOHNS HOPKINS MEN S LACROSSE NOTES HOPKINS LACROSSE 183 First Team All-Americans NCAA Record 41 Straight NCAA Tournaments 28 NCAA Semifinal Appearances 18 NCAA Championship Games 9 NCAA Titles Game 8 #7 Virginia (5-2) at #19 Johns Hopkins (3-4) Game Information Date Saturday, March 21, 2015 Faceoff Time 6 pm Location Baltimore, MD Venue Homewood Field Surface Shaw Sports Momentum 51 Turf Television ESPNU Live Stats HopkinsSports.com Johns Hopkins Blue Jays Record 3-4 Rankings 19th (USILA) 20th (Media) Head Coach Dave Pietramala Career Record (.708) 18th Year Record at JHU (.732) 15th Year Assistant Coaches Bill Dwan Bobby Benson Dave Allan All-Time MLax Record th Year Men s Lacrosse The Teams Virginia Cavaliers Record 5-2 Rankings T7th (USILA) 8th (Media) Head Coach Dom Starsia Career Record (.725) 33rd Year Record at Virginia (.740) 23rd Year Assistant Coaches Marc Van Arsdale Joe Starsia Corey Bulken All-Time MLax Record th Year Men s Lacrosse JHU Athletic Communications Director of Athletic Communications: Ernie Larossa Larossa Office Phone: 410/ Larossa Home Phone: 410/ Larossa Cell Phone: 410/ Larossa Fax: 410/ Larossa Assistant Director of Ath. Communications: Jill Guise Guise Office Phone 410/ Athletic Communications Assistant: Brendan Hyland Hyland Office Phone: 410/ Coordinator of Digital Media: Mark Natale Natale Office Phone: 410/ On the Web: Saturday, March 21, pm Homewood Field (8,500) Baltimore, MD The Game: Johns Hopkins (3-4) returns to Homewood Field for the first of two straight home games as the Blue Jays welcome seventh-ranked Virginia to Baltimore. Faceoff is set for 6 pm with a live national television audience on ESPNU. A Look Back: Johns Hopkins fell to 3-4 on the year with a loss at top-ranked Syracuse last Saturday. Virginia had a two-game winning streak snapped as the Cavaliers fell to Notre Dame, 11-9, at home last Saturday. Series History: Johns Hopkins and Virginia are meeting for the 89th time in a series that dates to a 9-0 Blue Jay victory in Johns Hopkins leads the series Detailed series information can be found on page 14. Playing for the Cup: The winner of this week s game between Johns Hopkins and Virginia will be presented with the Doyle Smith Cup, which goes to the winner of the annual regular season game between the two teams. Doyle Smith arrived at Johns Hopkins from Corvallis, Oregon in 1962 and served as the manager of the lacrosse team throughout his tenure at Homewood. He graduated from Johns Hopkins Phi Beta Kappa and worked under the guidance of Hall of Fame coach Bob Scott before moving to the University of Virginia, where he served as the Director of Media Relations for the men s lacrosse program for 30 years. Doyle s devotion to the sport of men s lacrosse was remarkable. He served as the information director for the USILA for many years and was the official statistician at the NCAA Men s Lacrosse Championships for over two decades. He also was responsible for the standardization and accuracy of men s lacrosse statistics and became 2015 Johns Hopkins Schedule/Results With a Victory Hopkins would earn its 948th all-time victory - JHU has won more games than any college lacrosse team.... Johns Hopkins would hand head coach Dave Pietramala his 162nd victory at JHU and his 185th overall coaching win.... The Blue Jays would take possession of the Doyle Smith Cup for the fourth time in five years. The Cup is presented to the winner of the regular season game between Johns Hopkins and Virginia each year.... Hopkins would earn its 59th all-time victory against Virginia.... JHU would improve to against current ACC teams. Feb. 7 UMBC (ESPN3 Live ESPNU Tape Delay 2/8) W/16-4 Towson L/5-7 Villanova W/13-10 #4 North Carolina L/ #18 Princeton (ESPN3 Live ESPNU Tape Delay 3/1) (OT) L/15-16 Mar. 7 Navy (ESPN3 Live ESPNU Tape Delay 3/8) W/13-8 #1 Syracuse (ESPNU) L/ #7 Virginia (ESPNU) 6 pm 28 Rutgers (ESPNU) * 2 pm Apr. Ohio State * 6 pm 11 Penn State (ESPNU) * 6 pm 18 Michigan (Homecoming) (ESPNU) * 2 pm Maryland * 8 pm 30 Big Ten Semifinals Maryland) May 2 Big Ten Championship Maryland) 9-10 NCAA First Round (Campus Sites) NCAA Quarterfinals 23 NCAA Semifinals 25 NCAA Championship * Big Ten Game Home Games in Bold - 1 -

2 Scouting the Cavaliers Virginia Quickly: Virginia comes to Homewood Field after an 11-9 loss against Notre Dame last Saturday dropped the Cavaliers record to 5-2. Close Calls: Virginia has played three one-goal games this season and has won them all with wins against Loyola (13-12), Cornell (15-14) and St. Joe s (15-14). The experience of playing in so many close games early will pay dividends for the Cavs later. Balanced Offense: Despite the loss last week of junior attackman James Pannell to a season-ending injury, Virginia still boasts a deep and talented offense. The Cavaliers have scored 13 or more goals five times (all wins) and are averaging 12.7 goals per game while shooting a blistering 35.7%. Not including Pannell, who had 11 goals and four assists when he went down, the Cavaliers have five players with more than 10 goals and 15 points. An attack that includes Ryan Lukacovic (13g, 12a), Greg Coholan (18g, 5a) and Owen Van Arsdale (13g, 8a) is balanced and capable. Coholan slid from the midfield to attack last week to offset the loss of Pannell and promptly responded with a career-high four goals. A formidable one-two punch at midfield includes senior Ryan Tucker and sophomore Zed Williams. Tucker, the son of Johns Hopkins women s lacrosse coach Janine Tucker, has 12 goals and seven assists, while Williams counts 11 goals and 11 assists to his credit. Young Defense Growing: Virginia is starting two freshmen and a first-year starting senior on close defense in front of sophomore Matt Barrett in goal. Only experience is lacking as Scott Hooper was the number three incoming freshman defender, while Logan Greco was number five (rankings from Inside Lacrosse). Yes, the Cavaliers are allowing goals per game, but Notre Dame entered last week s game averaging more than 15 goals per game and managed just 11. You better get them now is a famous old saying; with each game that passes the window to get this Virginia defense shrinks as this young, talented group grows as a unit. Barrett, Hooper and Greco figure to anchor this unit for the next three years. Notes of Interest: Virginia has been outscored by nine goals in the first quarter, but is +17 over hte final three quarters Matt Barrett has a 63.2% save percentage in the second and third quarters, but is at 45.6% in the first and fourth 2015 Schedule/Results Feb. Loyola W/ Drexel W/14-10 Rutgers W/14-5 Mar. Syracuse * L/ Cornell W/ St. Joe s W/ Notre Dame * L/9-11 #19 Johns Hopkins 6 pm VMI 7 pm 28 Richmond 1 pm Apr. 3 North Carolina * 7 pm Duke * Noon 18 Georgetown 1 pm 24, 26 ACC Tournament TBA= * ACC Game the face and voice of the USILA during his time at Virginia. In 2000, he became the first non-player, non-coach to be inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame. By a joint acclimation between Johns Hopkins University and the University of Virginia, it was established during the 2006 season that the regularseason game contested between the Blue Jays and the Cavaliers be known as the game for the Doyle Smith Cup. These are the Facts: Johns Hopkins enters this week s game against Virginia with an all-time record of (.749). The Blue Jays own nine NCAA titles, 29 USILA titles and six ILA titles for a total of 44 national championships. First Big Ten Season: After playing as an independent from , Johns Hopkins is in its first season as a member of the Big Ten. Johns Hopkins and the Big Ten announced in June, 2013 that JHU would be the first sport affliate member in league history. The Big Ten announced on the same day that it would sponsor men s and women s lacrosse as championship sports for the first time beginning in Joining Johns Hopkins in the Big Ten men s lacrosse conference are Maryland, Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State and Rutgers. The winner of the Big Ten, which will be determined by a conference tournament at the end of the regular season, will receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Pietramala Becomes Hopkins Winningest Coach: Dave Pietramala picked up his 159th victory as the head coach at Johns Hopkins with the 16-4 season-opening win against UMBC. In the process, he surpassed Bob Scott as the alltime winningest coach in program history. Pietramala, who is in his 15th season as the head coach at JHU, now sports a record since taking over in Scott won 158 ganes from and guided JHU to seven national championships, including the program s first NCAA title in That win over Maryland in the 1974 title game was the final game of Scott s coaching career. Winningest Coaches in JHU History By Wins Dave Pietramala (2001-) Bob Scott ( ) Henry Ciccarone ( ) Tony Seaman ( ) Don Zimmerman ( ) Ray Van Orman ( ) 71 Poll Position: Johns Hopkins is 19th in this week s USILA Coaches Poll and ranks 20th in the Cascade/Maverik Media Poll. Virginia is tied for seventh in the Coaches Poll and ranks eighth in the Media Poll this week. Against the ACC: This week s game against Virginia will be the 209th all-time for Johns Hopkins against a team currently in the ACC. Johns Hopkins is (.606) all-time against current ACC schools. Note that not all of these games were played against teams while they were a member of the ACC. Below is a breakdown of JHU s record against current teams from the ACC: Duke 12-6 North Carolina Notre Dame 4-1 Syracuse Virginia Tale of the Tape JHU Category UVA 3-4 Record 5-2 Lost 1 Streak Lost Scoring Offense Shooting Percentage EMO Goals-Attempts EMO Percentage Scoring Defense Opp. Shooting Percentage Opp. EMO Goals-Att Opp. EMO Percentage Ground Balls/Game Faceoffs W-L Faceoff Percentage Penalties 25 20:30 Pen. Mins. 19:00 Johns Hopkins and ESPNU Johns Hopkins enjoys an exclusive national televion agreement with ESPNU. All Johns Hopkins home games air on the ESPN family of networks with a majority of the games airing on ESPNU. The most recent contract renewal extends the agreement through the 2017 season. Johns Hopkins is the only lacrosse program in the nation - men or women - with its own exclusive national television agreement

3 Johns Hopkins and the NCAA Tournament Johns Hopkins 42nd NCAA Bid: Johns Hopkins earned its record 42nd bid to the NCAA Tournament last season after a one-year hiatus. The Blue Jays missed the inaugural NCAA Men s Lacrosse Tournament in 1971, but qualified for every tournament form before missing in The 41 straight appearances from is the longest in Division I lacrosse history. Quarterfinals 22 of Last 24, 40-of-43: Despite missing the NCAAs lin 2013, the Blue Jays have still advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals 22 times in the last 24 years and 40 times in the last 43 years. Semifinal Saturday: Johns Hopkins has advanced to the NCAA Semifinals 28 times (since 1972). To put that in perspective, only four other teams (Virginia, Maryland, Syracuse, North Carolina) have even qualified for the tournament 28 times. Title-Game Appearances: Johns Hopkins made its record 18th appearance in the national championship game in The Blue Jays are 9-9 in title games since making their first trip to the finals under Hall of Fame coach Bob Scott in Overall Appearances NCAA Men s Lacrosse Tournament 1. Johns Hopkins Maryland Virginia Syracuse 34 5, North Carolina 29 Winningest NCAA Tournament Program: Johns Hopkins picked up its 68th all-time NCAA Tournament victory with last season s 14-8 win at Virginia in the first round. The 68 wins are the most by any team since the inception of the tournament in Below is a list of the five teams with the most NCAA Tournament victories: Rk. School Wins 1. Johns Hopkins Syracuse Maryland Virginia Cornell 32 All-Time Winningest Program: With 947 alltime victories, Johns Hopkins ranks as the winningest program in college lacrosse history. Below is a list of the five winningest teams in Division I lacrosse history: Rk. School Record 1. Johns Hopkins Syracuse Navy Maryland Army Three on Tewaaraton Watch List: The 2015 Tewaaraton Award Watch List was announced on February 26 and three Johns Hopkins players were among the 50 men s players named to the list. Senior attackman Wells Stanwick, senior long stick midfielder Michael Pellegrino and junior attackman Ryan Brown all earned a spot on the 50-man list. The Tewaaraton Award is presented annually to the top men s and women s lacrosse player in the nation at ceremonies scheduled for late May. An Offensive Group: Johns Hopkins is currently averaging goals per game, a mark that ranks 18th in the nation. Hopkins was held to five goals in its loss at Towson, but punched up 16 against UMBC, 13 against Villanova, 11 against North Carolina, 15 against Princeton, 13 against Navy and 10 against Syracuse. Hopkins also ranks 16th nationally in assists per game (7.14) and 15th in points per game (19.0). Class Rank: The Blue Jays got solid production from each of their four classes last season and much of that production is back this season. The Blue Jays picked up right where they left off a year ago as members of all four classes worked their way onto the scoresheet against UMBC. That balance remains intact through seven games. Below is a breakdown of goals, assists and points by class through seven games this season: Stanwick Scoring Totals (Thru ) The 2015 Johns Hopkins men s lacrosse team boasts two of the active Stanwick siblings playing college lacrosse as Wells is a senior attackman and Shack is a freshman attackman for the Blue Jays. Wells and Shack join sister Covie (Boston College) as active Stanwick players and these are the final three of eight siblings who have played Division I lacrosse. Below is a look at the scoring totals of the eight Stanwick siblings who have played college lacrosse. Name (School) G-A-P Sheehan Stanwick (Gtown) Coco Stanwick (Gtown) Steele Stanwick (Virginia) Covie Stanwick (Boston College) Wick Stanwick (Georgetown) Wells Stanwick (JHU) Tad Stanwick (Rutgers) Shack Stanwick (JHU) Totals 1, ,608 JHU Career Stats vs. Virginia Active Players Scoring Ryan Brown 7g, 2a Phil Castronova 2g, 0a Holden Cattoni 4g, 1a John Crawley 1g, 1a Kieran Eissler 0g, 1a John Kelly 0g, 1a Drew Kennedy 1g, 0a Mike Pellegrino 0g, 1a Connor Reed 1g, 2a Wells Stanwick 10g, 5a Faceoffs Drew Kennedy 47-of-85 (.553), 31 GBs Goalkeeping Eric Schneider 123:49 20 Goals Against 20 Saves The Johns Hopkins men s lacrosse team is playing the 2015 season in honor of Jeremy Huber, a freshman defenseman who passed away suddenly on January 26. The team will wear commemorative patches on its uniforms and stickers on its helmets throughout the 2015 season, while Huber s #19 has also been painted on Homewood Field right in front of the team s bench area and will remain there throughout the season. In addition, Huber s #19 jersey will not be issued again until the current freshman class graduates in

4 Class Gls. Assts. Points Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Freshmen Make Immediate Impact: A year ago, freshmen on the Johns Hopkins men s lacrosse team combined for 28 points on 18 goals and 10 assists in 16 games. In seven games thus far, the freshmen on this year s team have combined for 44 points (28 goals, 16 assists). Stanwick 1K: When Covie Stanwick scored twice in Boston College s 13-5 win over UConn on Saturday, it left the Stanwick family just three goals shy of 1,000 combined career goals for the first family of Baltimore lacrosse. Johns Hopkins game at Syracuse started an hour later than the Boston College-UConn game and it took until midway through the third quarter for Blue Jays Wells and Shack Stanwick to net the three that pushed the family total to an even 1,000. For the record, it was a Shack Stanwick goal with 6:10 remaining in the third quarter that was 1,000th. Sharing the Ball: Johns Hopkins earned an assist on 60.2% of its goals last season (129-of-193). This marked just the fourth time since 2003 that Hopkins finished a season with more than 60% of its goals being assisted. The 2003 team assisted on 67.4% of its goals, while the 2004 (64.3%) and 2009 (62.4%) teams also eclipsed the 60% mark. Through seven games this season, JHU is notching an assist on 60.2% of its goals (50-of-83). Holding Them Down: Johns Hopkins has held the opposition scoreless for 11 minutes or longer 56 different times since the start of the 2013 season. In addition, Johns Hopkins has held the opposition scoreless for 15 minutes or longer 37 different times in 37 games since the start of the 2013 season. Extra-Extra: Johns Hopkins converted on 7-of-10 extra-man chances against Princeton, 2-of-6 against Navy and 2-of-4 at Syracuse in its last three games. With those efforts, Johns Hopkins is now 22-of-47 (.468) on extra-man this season. JHU s 22 extra-man goals lead the nation and the Blue Jays rank 20th in the nation in extra-man percentage. More Extra: Freshman Patrick Fraser scored four of JHU s seven extra-man goals in the game against Princeton, added one at Syracuse and leads the team with eight extra-man goals on the season. In all, five different players have accounted for JHU s 22 extra-man goals on the season with Fraser s eight leading the way. He is followed by Holden Cattoni (5 extra-man goals), Ryan Brown (4), John Crawley (3) and Shack Stanwick (2). In the most recent NCAA Statistics report, three Johns Hopkins players rank among the top 16 in the nation in extra-man goals as Fraser is tied for first, Cattoni is seventh and Brown is 16th. Brown Carries Nation s Longest Goal-Scoring Streak: Junior attackman Ryan Brown will carry a 23- game goal scoring streak into the game against Virginia. The streak is the longest active streak in the nation and the longest by a Johns Hopkins player since current offensive coordinator Bobby Benson had a 25-game goal-scoring streak from Below is a look at the longest active goal-scoring streaks in the nation: JHU Tentative Lineup Attack 42 Wells Stanwick 9g, 15a 4 Ryan Brown 23g, 7a 32 Shack Stanwick 12g, 9a 1st Midfield 16 Connor Reed 3g, 2a 55 Joel Tinney 8g, 3a 99 Holden Cattoni 5g, 1a 2nd Midfield 10 Cody Radziewicz 1g, 0a 44 John Crawley 6g, 5a 23 Wilkins Dismuke 5g, 0a Defense 35 John Kelly 0g, 0a, 19 GBs 91 Nick Fields 0g, 0a, 6 GBs 36 Nikhon Schuler 0g, 0a, 11 GBs Goalie 6 Eric Schneider 9.99 GAA,.452 save % Faceoff Specialist 76 Drew Kennedy 52-of-94 (.553) 31 Hunter Moreland 18-of-36 (.500) LSM 34 Michael Pellegrino 1g, 1a, 15 GBs 2 Derrick Kihembo 0g, 0a, 3 GBs SSDM 22 Phil Castronova 0g, 0a, 10 GBs 1 Joe Carlini 0g, 2a, 10 GBs 50 Tal Bruno 0g, 0a, 2 GBs Stanwick to Stanwick National Active Goal Scoring Streak Goals During Streak Rk. Gms Player, School, Pos., Year Streak Started Next Game Ryan Brown, Johns Hopkins, A, Jr. 66 5/3/13 3/21 vs. Virginia Kevin Rice, Syracuse, A, Sr. 47 2/16/15 3/22 vs. Duke Shayne Adams, Detroit, A, Sr. 41 3/15/13 3/21 vs. Quinnipiac Johns Hopkins 20-Game Goal-Scoring Steaks Since Dylan Schlott Bobby Benson Ryan Brown Active Brandon Ben Senior attackman Wells Stanwick and his younger brother, freshman attackman/midfielder Shack Stanwick, have teamed for four goals thus far this season with Wells getting the helper on three Shack strikes and Shack returning the favor once. Below is a look at the goals the brothers Stanwick have combined for thus far: Opponent Goal Assist Villanova Shack Wells Villanova Shack Wells Navy Shack Wells Navy Wells Shack Streaking: In addition to the 23-game goal-scoring streak by junior Ryan Brown, the Blue Jays have another active streak going as senior Wells Stanwick has registered at least one point in 26 straight games, a streak that is tied for the 15th-longest active streak in the nation and is the longest by a Johns Hopkins player since Kyle Barrie had a 31-game streak from March 22, March 20, Stanwick has 34 goals and 66 assists for 100 points during his 26-game run, which dates to a 15-4 win over Navy on April 20, Three-Headed Monster: With new faceoff rules and the wear and tear faceoff specialists take, having a rotation of players that can step in is crucial. Through seven games, Johns Hopkins has seen four different players have success as the Blue Jays have won 94-of-178 (.528) faceoffs on the year and rank 22nd in the nation in team faceoff winning percentage. Senior Drew Kennedy is 52-of-94 (.553) with a team-high 27 ground balls, while sophomore Kevin O Toole has won 15-of-31 (.484) with eight GBs. Freshman Hunter Moreland rounds out the main Blue Jay faceoff trio as he has won 18-of-36 (.500) with 10 ground balls. The unit also gets a spark from senior LSM Michael Pellegrino at times. Pellegrino stepped in against Princeton and won 7-of-14 faceoffs against the Tigers. Pellegrino s efforts sparked a Blue Jay rally from an early 7-0 deficit as he won six straight at one point after Hopkins had lost the first four faceoffs in the game and six of the first seven

5 50-50: A year ago, Wells Stanwick (67 points) and Ryan Brown (54) became the first Johns Hopkins teammates to top 50 points in the same season since Kyle Barrie (57) and Bobby Benson (53) turned the trick in : Johns Hopkins is the only team in the nation that returns one player who had 40 or more goals and another who had 40 or more assists last season. Ryan Brown is back after scoring 40 goals a year ago, while Wells Stanwick returns after punching up 44 assists in Albany s Lyle Thompson did have more than 40 goals and 40 assists himself (51g, 77a). Honors & Awards Ryan Brown (Jr. A): Tewaaraton Award Watch List, Big Ten Player of the Week (2-9) Patrick Fraser (Fr. M): Big Ten Freshman of the Week (3-2) In Overtime: Johns Hopkins is all-time in overtime under head coach Dave Pietramala. The Blue Jays have won four of their last six overtime games dating back to late in the 2011 season. State Rivalries: Johns Hopkins is (.872) under head coach Dave Pietramala in games played against teams from the state of Maryland. Below is a breakdown of JHU s record against teams from Maryland under Pietramala. Loyola 12-2 Maryland 10-5 Mount St. Mary s 6-0 Navy 14-2 Towson 15-1 UMBC 11-0 Class Act:The 52-man Johns Hopkins roster is balanced in terms breaking down the Blue Jays by class. Hopkins counts 15 freshmen, 13 sophomores, 11 juniors, 12 seniors and one graduate student. Drew Kennedy (Sr. FO): Big Ten Specialist of the Week (2-23) Michael Pellengrino (Sr. LSM): Tewaaraton Award Watch List Shack Stanwick (Fr. A/M): Big Ten Freshman of the Week (2-9, 2-23, 3-9, 3-16) Wells Stanwick (Sr. A): Tewaaraton Award Watch List, Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (3-9) In the Polls: The Blue Jays are ranked 19th in this week s USILA Coaches Poll. The Johns Hopkins Athletic Communications Office uses the USILA Poll to represent JHU s official ranking at the time of a game. Prior to falling out of the top 20 of the USILA Poll on April 26 and May 3, 2010 (JHU was receiving votes in both polls), the Blue Jays had been ranked in the top 20 in 367 consecutive polls dating back to the first poll in More Polls: Including the most recent USILA Poll, there have been 428 weekly polls since the inception of the poll in Amazingly, JHU has been ranked in the top 20 in 426 of those 428 polls. The Blue Jays have been in the top 10 in 395 of the 428 and the top five in 303 of those 428. Johns Hopkins has been ranked number one 104 times since the poll debuted in Below is a breakdown of the Blue Jays in the USILA Coaches Poll since its inception on March 19, 1973: Total Weeks: 428 Total Weeks at #1: 104 Weeks in top 5: 303 Weeks in top 10: 395 Weeks in top 20: 426 Most Consecutive at #1: 14 (4/12/04-5/9/05) Most Consecutive in top 5: 130 (3/19/73-3/23/87) Most Consecutive in top 10: 158 (3/19/73-3/25/90) Most Consecutive in top 20: 367 (3/19/73-4/19/10) The Big Ten Johns Hopkins Big Ten Players of the Week Feb. 9 Feb. 16 Feb. 23 Mar. 2 O: Ryan Brown, Johns Hopkins F: Shack Stanwick, Johns Hopkins None S: Drew Kennedy, Johns Hopkins F (Co): Shack Stanwick, Johns Hopkins and Trevor Hodgins, Ohio State F: Patrick Fraser, Johns Hopkins Big Ten Standings (Thru 3-18) Big Ten Overall Record Record Streak Maryland W4 Ohio State W3 Michigan W1 Johns Hopkins L1 Penn State L1 Rutgers L1 Mar. 9 Mar. 16 O: Wells Stanwick, Johns Hopkins F: Shack Stanwick, Johns Hopkins F: Shack Stanwick, Johns Hopkins This Week s Games (Mar ) Johns Hopkins Rutgers ( pm) Maryland vs. North Carolina ( pm) Michigan ( pm) Ohio Notre Dame (3-21 3:30 pm) Penn St. vs. Denver (3-21 2:30 pm) The Big Ten in this Week s Polls USILA Media Johns Hopkins 19th 20th Maryland 6th 5th Ohio State 17th 15th - 5 -

6 USILA Coaches Poll March 16, 2015 Rk. Team Record Points 1. Syracuse (16) North Carolina Notre Dame Duke Denver Maryland T. Virginia Cornell Yale Princeton Marquette Brown Albany Loyola Harvard Towson Ohio State Army Johns Hopkins Villanova Others Receiving Votes: Bucknell, Stony Brook, Boston University, Navy, Georgetown Cascade/Maverik Media Poll March 16, 2015 Rk. Team Record Points 1. Syracuse (20) North Carolina (4) Notre Dame Duke Maryland Denver Cornell Virginia T. Marquette Yale Albany Brown Princeton Loyola Ohio State Harvard Villanova Towson Army Johns Hopkins Others Receiving Votes: Navy, Bucknell, Boston University, Georgetown, Stony Brook Johns Hopkins Week-by-Week in the Polls Cascade/Maverik USILA Coaches Media Preseason 5th 6th Feb. 16 9th 9th Feb th 12th Mar. 2 17th 17th Mar. 9 T17th 16th Mar th 20th Offensive Notes of Interest The Johns Hopkins Offense By the Numbers 10 40/ Hopkins scored at least 10 goals in 14 of 16 games last season and has topped the mark in six of seven games this season. Junior Ryan Brown totaled 40 goals last season, while senior Wells Stanwick had 44 assists. JHU is the only team in the nation with one player returning who scored 40+ goals and another who had 40+ assists. Senior attackman Wells Stanwick punched up 44 assists last season. Stanwick s 44 assists are the most by a Johns Hopkins player since Jack Thomas had 45 in In addition, his 44 assists rank as the fourth-highest single-season total in school history. Johns Hopkins converted on 2-of-4 extra-man chances against Syracuse and is now 22-of-47 (.468) on the year. The Blue Jays 22 extra-man goals lead the nation, while Hopkins conversion percentage of.468 ranks 20th. Dating back to last season, JHU is 39-for-76 (.513) with the extra-man during the last 15 games. Johns Hopkins highly touted freshman class has combined for 44 points in seven games this season and three of JHU s top six scorers are rookies. A year ago, the freshmen on the team combined for 28 points in 16 games. Shack Stanwick leads the way with 21 points (12g, 9a) this season, while midfielder Joel Tinney has 11 points (8g, 3a). Extra-man demon Patrick Fraser has 10 points (8g, 2a) to his credit. Johns Hopkins has scored 83 goals in seven games and 50 of those 83 have been assisted (60.2%). Wells Stanwick has a team-high 15 assists through seven games and 13 different players have at least one assist thus far. Offensive Players to Watch (A, M) Ryan Brown (Jr. A) Leads the team in goals (23) and points (30) through seven games. Recently topped the 100-point mark for his career and now has 80 goals and 25 assists for 105 points. Currently ranked ninth in the nation in goals per game (3.29) and 21st in points per game (4.29). Has 73 points in last 19 games (56g, 17a). Has a 23-game goal-scoring streak during which he has scored 66 goals. Streak is the longest active streak in the nation. 23-game goal-scoring streak is the longest by a Johns Hopkins player since Bobby Benson had a 25-game streak from Streak is also just the second of 20+ games at Johns Hopkins since 2003 (Brandon Benn had a 21-game run from ). Scored seven goals against UMBC in the season opener and earned Big Ten and USILA Player of the Week honors. Seven goals and points against the Retrievers were one shy of career high. Added a two-goal performance against Towson and a four-goal effort at Villanova. Fired home three goals and added a career-high-tying three assists at fourth-ranked North Carolina and came back with a three-goal, one-assist showing against Princeton and a two-goal, one-assist effort vs. Navy. Scored twice and added two assists in a loss at top-ranked Syracuse. Scored both goals against the Orange during a 5-1 game-opening run and both assists came during a 5-2 spree that turned an 8-5 deficit into a tie. Honorable Mention USILA All-American in Tied for team-lead in goals (40) and ranked second in points (54) and fourth in assists (14). 40 goals tied with teammate Brandon Benn for the most by a Johns Hopkins player since Conor Ford had 44 in goals are the most by a Johns Hopkins sophomore since Terry Riordan had 47 in 1993 and he is just the fourth sophomore in school history to score 40 or more goals in a season. Had two or more points in 14 of 15 games and three or more points nine times. Scored a career-high eight goals on 11 shots in a loss to Syracuse. The eight goals were one shy of the JHU single-game record (William Logan had nine vs. Virginia in 1927). Holden Cattoni (Jr. M) Scored two goals in the win at Villanova. Both were extra-man goals. Fired home three goals against Princeton and now has five goals and one assist on the year. Has career totals of 40 goals and 10 assists for 50 points. 13 of 40 career goals have come on EMO. Honorable Mention USILA All-American in

7 Offensive Notes of Interest Totaled 29 goals and six assists to rank third on the team in goals and fourth in points to far surpass scoring output from 2013, when he had six goals and three assists. Only player on the team to score at least one goal in all 16 games in Counted nine multi-point and eight multi-goal games on the year. Had 22 goals and two assists in final 10 games. Scored four goals in JHU s two NCAA Tournament games, including three against Duke in the NCAA Quartefinals. John Crawley (So. M) Ranks fifth on the team in scoring with 11 points on six goals and five assists. All 11 points on the season have come in the last five games. Broke into the scoring column at Villanova with a one-goal, one-assist effort. Came back with a two-goal performance at fourth-ranked North Carolina. Both goals came on extra-man. Made it three straight multi-point games with a one-goal, three assist showing against Princeton. Multipoint run came to an end against Navy, but did have an assist against the Midshipmen. Fired home two goals in a loss at top-ranked Syracuse. Finished sixth on the team in goals (12) and seventh in points (18) as a freshman in Had a two-goal effort in the 11-6 win against third-ranked Maryland and a one-goal, two-assist showing at Mount St. Mary s. Had at least one point in nine of last 11 games. Enjoyed breakout game against Towson last season with four goals on just five shots. First freshman midfielder at Johns Hopkins to score four goals in a game since Paul Rabil had four in a overtime victory at Syracuse on March 18, Wilkins Dismuke (So. A) Scored exactly one goal in each of the Blue Jays first four games of the season and added one goal in the win against Navy. Has five goals on just 10 shots this season. Appeared in five games as a rookie and totaled one assist and two ground balls. Saw first career action in a 15-8 win against Towson last year and tallied first career point, an assist, in a 17-2 win at Mount St. Mary s. Kieran Eissler (So. M) Has played in four games and has two goals and one assist on the year. Notched first goal of the season against Navy and came back with a one-goal, one-assist effort at topranked Syracuse. Scored game-opening goal against the Orange and assisted on a Shack Stanwick goal that tied the game at 8-8 (SU eventually won, 13-10). Played in 12 games as a reserve midfielder as a rookie. Totaled one goal and one assist with two ground balls on the year. Scored first career goal in a 15-8 win against Towson in first career game played and added an assist in an regular season overtime loss at Virginia. Career Assist Leaders 1. Dave Marr Joe Cowan Jack Thomas Mickey Webster Richie Hirsch T. Dan Denihan , Mike O Neill Wells Stanwick 96 Active Single-Season Assist Leaders 1. Mickey Webster T. Jack Thomas Joe Cowan Wells Stanwick Career Point-Scoring Leaders 1. Terry Riordan Brian Piccola Michael O Neill Jack Thomas Franz Wittelsberger Jeff Cook Richie Hirsch Dan Denihan , Joe Cowan Dave Marr T. Paul Rabil Brian Wood T. Del Dressel Bill Morrill Bobby Benson Steven Boyle Wells Stanwick 161 Active Single-Season Points Leaders 1. Jeff Cook Jack Thomas T. Jack Thomas Joe Cowan Bill Morrill Jack Thomas Brendan Schneck Patrick Fraser (Fr. M) Ranks sixth on the team in scoring with eight goals and two assists for 10 points through seven games. All eight goals and 10 points have come on extra-man. Tied for first in the nation with eight extra-man goals. Enjoyed a strong career-opening game against UMBC with one goal and two assists. All three points came on the Blue Jays extra-man unit. Fired home second goal of the season with an extra-man strike at Villanova and added another EMO tally at fourth-ranked North Carolina. 8T T. Terry Riordan Mickey Webster Mike O Neill Wells Stanwick Brian Piccola Enjoyed remarkable shooting day against Princeton with four goals on five shots. All four goals came on extra-man and helped JHU battle back from an early 7-0 deficit before falling in overtime. Named the Big Ten Freshman of the Week after his effort against the Tigers. Scored an extra-man goal in a loss at top-ranked Syracuse. Goal against the Orange came early in fourth quarter and tied the game at Cody Radziewicz (So. M) Scored one goal in the season-opener against UMBC. Held down a spot on Hopkins second midfield in all 16 games in One of just three freshmen on the team to play in all 16 games and totaled three goals and one assist on the year. Scored first goal of the year against Michigan and came back with another against Princeton. Tallied first career assist on a John Crawley goal against North Carolina and scored another goal at Mount St. Mary s. Connor Reed (Jr. M) Has three goals and two assists for five points in seven games. Scored one goal in the season-opening win against UMBC as he opened the scoring less than one minute into the game. Added an assist at Towson. Fired home one goal and one assist in the 13-8 win against Navy. Opened the scoring with an unassisted goal just over two minutes in and added an assist later in a game-opening 8-1 run. Scored once, an unassisted strike early in the second quarter, in a loss at top-ranked Syracuse. Had a seven-game point-scoring streak snapped at Villanova - had five goals and nine assists during the streak. Started all 16 games on JHU s first midfield last season. Ranked sixth on the team in points on nine goals and 15 assists for 24 points

8 Offensive Notes of Interest 15 assists ranked third on the team... nine goals ranked seventh. Registered at least one point in the first 10 games and in 14 of 16 last season. Finished season strong with two goals and five assists in two NCAA Tournament games, including a one-goal, four-assist showing against Duke in the quarterfinals. Four assists and five points against the Blue Devils were career highs. Shack Stanwick (Fr. A) Ranks third on the team in scoring with 12 goals and nine assists for 21 points through seven games. Got season off to a quick start with three goals and two assists against UMBC. Effort against the Retrievers earned him Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors. Came back with one assist at Towson. Scored two goals and added one assist in the win at Villanova and added two goals at fourth-ranked North Carolina. He earned Big Ten Co-Freshman of the Week for his effort against the Tar Heels. Notched a pair of assists in a overtime loss to Princeton. Earned third Big Ten Freshman of the Week honor with a three-goal, one-assist effort in a 13-8 victory against Navy that extended career-opening scoring stretch to six games. Notched another Big Ten Freshman of the Week award with a two-goal, two-assist effort in a loss at top-ranked Syracuse. Second goal of the game against SU tied the game at 8-8 and was the 1,000th goal scored by a member of the Stanwick family at the collegiate level. Top-rated freshman in the nation by Inside Lacrosse. Totaled 334 career points at nearby Boys Latin and helped team to an 18-0 record, an MIAA A title and the nation s top ranking as a senior. Two-time US Lacrosse All-American and an Under Armour All-American as a senior. Johns Hopkins Miscellaneous Statistics Hat Tricks 2015 Career Ryan Brown 4 13 Holden Cattoni 1 5 John Crawley 0 1 Patrick Fraser 1 1 Shack Stanwick 2 2 Wells Stanwick 1 10 Joel Tinney 1 1 Multi-Goal Games 2015 Career Ryan Brown 7 22 Holden Cattoni 2 11 John Crawley 3 5 Patrick Fraser 1 1 Connor Reed 0 1 Shack Stanwick 5 5 Wells Stanwick 2 15 Joel Tinney 2 2 Multi-Assist Games 2015 Career Ryan Brown 2 4 Holden Cattoni 0 2 John Crawley 1 2 Patrick Fraser 1 1 Connor Reed 0 2 Shack Stanwick 2 2 Wells Stanwick 4 25 Wells Stanwick (Sr. A) Ranks second on the team in scoring with nine goals and a team-high 15 assists for 24 points. Will carry a 26-game point-scoring streak into this week s game against Virginia. Has 34 goals and 66 assists for 100 points during the 26-game run, which is tied for the 15th-longest active streak in the nation. 26-game point-scoring streak is the longest by a Johns Hopkins player since Kyle Barrie had a 31-game run from Notched three assists in the season-opening win against UMBC and scored one goal at Towson. Scored two goals and added five assists in the win in the snow at Villanova and came back with one goal in the loss at fourth-ranked North Carolina. Extended season-opening scoring run with a one-goal, three-assist effort against Princeton. Earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors with a three-goal, three-assist effort in a 13-8 win against Navy. Came back with a one-goal, one-assist effort against top-ranked Syracuse. Johns Hopkins career active leader in points (161) and assists (96). Ranks 17th in school history in points and eighth in assists. Has registered at least one point in 35 of the 36 games he s played since the start of the 2013 season. Has posted two or more points in 31 of the 36 games he s played since the start of the 2013 season. Two-time Honorable Mention USILA All-American. Led the team in assists (44) and points (67) and ranked fourth in goals (23) last season. Ranked fifth in the nation in assists per game (2.75) and eighth in points per game (4.19) in points are the most by a Johns Hopkins player since Terry Riordan had 69 in Multi-Point Games Ryan Brown Holden Cattoni John Crawley Kieran Eissler Patrick Fraser Michael Pellegrino Connor Reed Shack Stanwick Wells Stanwick Joel Tinney Career assists are the fourth-highest single-season total in school history and the most by a Johns Hopkins player since Jack Thomas had 45 in Totaled 10 points in Johns Hopkins two NCAA Tournament games with five goals and one assist against Virginia in the first round and one goal and three assists against Duke in the quarterfinals. Five goals against Virginia tied career high and also tied the JHU record for most goals in a first round NCAA game. Joel Tinney (Fr. M) Emerging as one of the top all-around freshman midfielders in the nation. Tied for fourth on the team in scoring with eight goals and three assists for 11 points and also has 15 ground balls through seven games. Tied for fourth on the team in goals and tied for third in ground balls. Counts six goals, three assists and 13 ground balls to his credit in the last four games. Scored one goal in first career game against UMBC and added another at Towson. Notched first two-point game of his career with one goal and one assist at fourth-ranked North Carolina and added a then career-high six ground balls against the Tar Heels. Enjoyed the finest game of his career to-date with a three-goal, one-assist, seven-ground ball effort against Princeton. Came back with a two-goal, one-assist effort in the 13-8 win against Navy. Top-rated midfielder and number two overall freshman in the nation by Inside Lacrosse. Ended career at Culver Academy with 220 goals and 148 assists for 368 points. Totaled at least 48 goals and 79 points in each of his four seasons with a career-high 64 goals as a senior and a personal-best 38 assists as a junior. Brinton Valis (Fr. M) Number seven overall recruit as ranked by Inside Lacrosse. Totaled 84 goals and 46 assists in four varsity lacrosse seasons at nearby McDonogh. Scored 27 goals and added 10 assists as a junior, when he earned All-MIAA, Second Team All-MSCLA and Second Team All-Metro honors, Bumped scoring totals to 28 goals and 20 assists as a senior. Earned Under Armour and US Lacrosse All-America honors as a senior, when he also grabbed First Team All-Metro, All-MIAA and All-MSCLA honors

9 Ranking Record - I: Below is a look at JHU s record under head coach Dave Pietramala by JHU s ranking at the time of the game JHU Rank JHU Record 1st nd rd th th th 8-7 7th 9-5 8th 6-6 9th th th th th th th th 1-1 RV 2-0 Total Ranking Record - II: Below is a look at JHU s record under head coach Dave Pietramala by the opposition s ranking at the time of the game Opp. Rank JHU Record 1st 8-5 2nd 7-6 3rd 4-3 4th 4-8 5th 5-7 6th 5-2 7th 6-2 8th 6-0 9th th th th th th th th th th th th 2-1 Unranked 60-5 Total POLL NOtES: The Johns Hopkins Athletic Communications Office uses the STX/USILA Coaches Poll to reflect JHU s actual ranking at the time of the game. The only exception is for games early in the season prior to the release of a coaches poll. In this instance, the team s ranking is based on the Face-Off Yearbook Poll, which is a poll of all Division I head coaches. In 2007 there wasn t an official coaches poll in Face-Off Yearbook. JHU s ranking at the time of the game for the Albany game was based on the Blue Jays rank in the Nike/Inside Lacrosse Media Poll. Defensive Notes of Interest The Johns Hopkins Defense By the Numbers The Blue Jay defense has held the opposition to nine goals or less 24 times in 37 games since the start of the 2013 season, including 11 of 16 last season. Johns Hopkins has held the opposition scoreless for 11 minutes or longer 56 different times since the start of the 2013 season. Johns Hopkins has held the opposition scoreless for 15 minutes or longer 37 different times in 37 games since the start of the 2013 season. Through seven games this season, the Blue Jays have won 94-of-178 faceoffs (.528). As a team, Johns Hopkins ranks 24th in the nation in faceoff winning percentage. Since head coach Dave Pietramala took over in 2001, the Blue Jays are when holding the opposition to less than 10 goals. Since the start of the 2013 season the Blue Jays are 22-2 in such games. Defensive Players to Watch (D, LSM, SSDM, FO, G) Joe Carlini (So. SSDM) Key member of a JHU defense that ranks 30th in the nation in scoring defense (10.14). Counts 10 ground balls, two assists and four caused turnovers to his credit through seven games. Notched first point of the season, an assist, in the win at Villanova. Assist came during a 4-0 JHU run that turned a 3-1 deficit into a 5-3 lead - Hopkins never trailed again. Tallied one assist, two ground balls and and one caused turnover at fourth-ranked North Carolina. Played in all 16 games as a short-stick defensive middie as a freshman last season. One of just three freshmen on the team to play in all 16 games. Totaled one assist, 15 ground balls and five caused turnovers on the year. Member of defense that held 11 of 16 opponents to nine goals or less and finished 17th in the nation in scoring defense (8.94). Phil Castronova (Sr. SSDM) Counts 10 ground balls and three caused turnovers to his credit through seven games. Grabbed three GBs in season-opening win against UMBC and helped JHU hold Retrievers to four goals. JHU defense has allowed 71 goals in seven games and ranks 30th in the nation in scoring defense (10.14). Made return to the field in 2014 after suffering a season-ending injury late in the 2013 season. Played in 14 games last season and totaled two goals, 27 ground balls and nine caused turnovers on the year. Ranked third on the team in caused turnovers and tied for fourth in ground balls. Counts career totals of 10 goals, three assists, 101 ground balls and 24 caused turnovers to his credit. Rob Enright (Sr. D) Finished with two GBs and one caused turnover in season-opening win against UMBC and three GBs and one caused turnover at Towson. Started all 16 games on close defense last season. One of seven players on the team to start all 16 games. Leader of a Johns Hopkins defense that held 11 opponents to nine goals or less and finished 17th in the nation in scoring defense (8.94). Totaled 18 ground balls and six caused turnovers in Nick Fields (Sr. D/LSM) Starter on a Blue Jay defense that has allowed 71 goals in seven games and ranks 30th in the nation in scoring defense (10.14). Has six GBs and five caused turnover in seven games. Made the move to close defense this season after playing LSM last season. Highly-touted freshman who played in 15 games with one start in Finished rookie season with two goals, eight ground balls and five caused turnovers to this credit. Had a career-high three caused turnovers at top-ranked Loyola. Scored first career goal on a GB off a faceoff against Syracuse and added second strike in a win at Mount St. Mary s

10 Defensive Notes of Interest John Kelly (Sr. D) Has started all seven games on close defense and has 19 ground balls and four caused turnovers. 19 GBs rank second on the team. Scooped up four GBs and caused one turnover in 16-4 season-opening win against UMBC and added two GBs at Towson and at Villanova. Added two ground balls and one caused a turnover at fourth-ranked North Carolina and matched those numbers against 18th-ranked Princeton. Had four ground balls and caused turnover in the 13-8 win against Navy and added three GBs and one caused turnover at top-ranked Syracuse. Leader of a JHU defense that has allowed 71 goals in seven games and ranks 30th in the nation in scoring defense (10.14). Played in all 16 games with 15 starts on close defense in Finished first season as a starter with one assist, 38 ground balls and 12 caused turnovers. Ranked second on the team in ground balls and caused turnovers. Picked up first career assist and added two ground balls and two caused turnovers at Virginia in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Enjoyed strong showing in the 11-6 win against Maryland with seven GBs and three CTs - both marks are career highs. Drew Kennedy (Sr. FO) Has won 52-of-94 (.553) faceoffs with 27 GBs through seven games. Ranks 24th in the nation in faceoff winning percentage. Is 309-of-541 (.571) on faceoffs with 191 ground balls in his career. Ranks ninth in school history in faceoffs won and eighth in faceoff attempts. Fueled win at Villanova by winning 9-of-10 faceoffs with six ground balls. Came back with a 12-of-19 showing on faceoffs with six ground balls at fourth-ranked North Carolina. Solid in a loss at top-ranked Syracuse as he was 10-of-18 on faceoffs with five ground balls. Played in all 16 games in 2014 despite battling injuries throughout the season. JHU s top faceoff specialist as he was 191-of-324 (.590) on faceoffs with 132 ground balls. 191 faceoffs won are the fourth-highest single-season total in school history, while 324 attempts rank third. 132 ground balls are the fifth-highest single-season total in JHU history. Finished 14th in the nation in FO winning percentage and ninth ground balls per game (8.25). Hunter Moreland (Fr. FO) Has won 18-of-36 (.500) faceoffs with 10 GBs through seven games. Made an immediate impact in first game of his career as he was 8-of-11 on faceoffs and added a team-high seven GBs and one assist. Won 5-of-9 faceoffs and added two ground balls in a 13-8 win against Navy. Kevin O Toole (So. FO) Has won 15-of-31 (.484) faceoffs with eight ground balls on the year. Fueled win at Villanova with the best game of his career. Won 9-of-13 faceoffs and had six ground balls in the victory. All three totals are career highs. Michael Pellegrino (Sr. LSM) Second-year captain. Just the 13th Johns Hopkins player since 1949 to be selected as a captain more than once. Has one goal, one assist, 15 ground balls and six caused turnovers on the year. Also 7-of-14 (.500) on faceoffs this season. Scored one goal, grabbed three GBs and had two caused turnovers in 16-4 season-opening win vs. UMBC. Notched an assist and had two caused turnovers and one ground ball in win at Villanova. Had a season-high five ground balls and two caused turnovers at fourth-ranked North Carolina. Sparked JHU against Princeton by winning 6-of-8 faceoffs in one stretch after taking over the X - JHU had lost first four faceoffs of the game. Added three ground balls against the Tigers. Has played in more games (52) than any other active player on the team. Enters this week s game against Virginia with 113 ground balls and 44 caused turnovers in his career. 113 GBs are the most of any non-faceoff specialist on the team and 44 CTs are the most among all active players. Second Team USILA All-American in First Johns Hopkins LSM to earn All-America honors since Corey Harned in 2004 (HM). Finished with three goals, two assists, 27 ground balls and a team-high 13 caused turnovers in GBs tied for fourth on the team. Eric Schneider (Gr G) Serving as a co-captain for the 2015 season. First goalie at Johns Hopkins to be elected a captain since Rob Scherr in Carries a 9.99 goals against average and a.452 save percentage into this week s game against Virginia. Played 55:07 in 16-4 season-opening win against UMBC and posted four saves while allowing three goals. Solid in 7-5 loss at Towson with 11 saves while allowing just the seven goals. Turned in a season-high 13 saves in a loss at top-ranked Syracuse. Posted an 8.84 goals against average and a.547 save percentage in starting all 16 games in Played more than 950 (950:41) of the team s nearly 972 minutes (971:50) on the year. His 950:41 is the most by a Johns Hopkins goalie since 2008 and the third-highest single-season total in school history. Finished 14th in the nation in GAA and 16th in save percentage. Fueled JHU s late-season five-game winning streak with a 5.68 GAA and a.654 save percentage in the five victories. Nikhon Schuler (Sr. LSM) Has played in 45 career games. Only three other active players have played in more career games. Made first start of his career on close defense against Princeton for an injured Rob Enright - had three ground balls against the Tigers and came back with two ground balls and one caused turnover against Navy. Counts 11 ground balls and two caused turnovers to his credit this season. Played in 10 games last season. Totaled one goal, three ground balls and two caused turnovers. Scored first goal of career in a 14-5 win over Michigan last season

11 Head Coach Dave Pietramala What You Need to Know About Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Coach Dave Pietramala Boasts a (.732) record since taking over as the head coach at Johns Hopkins and an overall record of (.708) in his 18 years as a college head coach. Dave Pietramala vs. All Johns Hopkins ( Cornell (23-17 /.575) Overall ( /.708) Served as an assistant coach of Team USA at the 2014 FIL World Championships. Passed Bob Scott as the winningest coach in Johns Hopkins history with the 16-4 win over UMBC on February 7, Scott won 158 games in 20 seasons as the Blue Jays coach from Has won two national championships as the head coach at Johns Hopkins (2005, 2007). Pietramala has guided the Blue Jays to the NCAA Tournament 13 times in his 14 years as the head coach at Homewood. The Blue Jays have advanced to the Final Four six times under his guidance. Sports a record in NCAA Tournament games at Johns Hopkins and a overall NCAA Tournament record (0-1 at Cornell). One of just two coaches to earn National Coach of the Year honors at two schools (Cornell-2000, Johns Hopkins-2002). Only person in the history of college lacrosse to earn NCAA Division I Player of the Year honors (1989) and Division I Coach of the Year honors (2000, 2002). Only person in the history of college lacrosse to win an NCAA Division I Championship as a player (1987) and a head coach (2005, 2007). Johns Hopkins has played 54 games as the top-ranked team in the nation under Dave Pietramala. Pietramala s Coaching Ledger At Johns Hopkins NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA First Round NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Finals NCAA Champions NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Champions NCAA Semifinals NCAA Finals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Quarterfinals Totals (.732) At Cornell NCAA First Round Totals (.575) Overall Coaching Record: (.708) 14 NCAA Tournament Appearances Six Final Fours Two National Championships Two National Runner-Up Finishes Dave Pietramala is generally considered the greatest defensive player in the history of college lacrosse. He earned First Team All-America honors in 1987, 1988 and 1989 and won the William C. Schmeisser Award as the nation s top defenseman in 1988 and He was also the 1989 recipient of the Lt. Raymond J. Enners Award as the nation s top player. Coach Pietramala Quickly Coaching History Cornell Overall Albany Army Brown Canisius Colgate Dartmouth Delaware Denver Duke Fairfield Georgetown Harvard Hobart Hofstra Loyola Manhattan Marist Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Mount St. Mary s Navy North Carolina Notre Dame Ohio State Penn Princeton Providence Siena Stony Brook Syracuse Towson UMBC Villanova Virginia Yale Totals Present: Johns Hopkins Head Coach : Cornell Head Coach : Johns Hopkins Assistant Coach : Loyola College Assistant Coach : University of Pennsylvania Assistant Coach 1991: Johns Hopkins Assistant Coach 1990: Gilman School Assistant Coach Honors 2004: Inducted into Lacrosse HOF 2002: National Coach-of-the-Year 2000: National Coach-of-the-Year 1995: Named to NCAA Silver Anniversary Team 1994: All-World selection at ILF Championships 1990: Most Outstanding Player at ILF Championships 1989: National Player-of-the-Year National Defenseman-of-the-Year First Team All-American 1988: National Defenseman-of-the-Year First Team All-American 1987: NCAA Championship First Team All-American

12 Johns Hopkins Record... In Under Curr Petro Streak Overall: L1 At home: W1 On the road: L2 At a neutral site: L1 On artificial turf: W2 On grass: W1 On Sportexe / Fieldturf: L1 During the day: L1 At night: L1 In overtime: L2 In one-goal games: L1 On television: L1 In weekday games: L1 On the weekend (Sat/Sun.): L1 Against teams ranked 1-5: L4 Against teams ranked 6-10: W1 Against teams ranked 11-20: L1 Against unranked teams: W2 Leading after one quarter: L1 Leading at the half: W8 Leading after three quarters: W9 Trailing after one quarter: L2 Trailing at the half: L14 Trailing after three quarters: L17 Tied after one quarter: L1 Tied at the half: W11 Tied after three quarters: L1 Scoring first: L1 Opponent scores first: L2 Scoring 10 or more goals: L1 Scoring less than 10 goals: L1 Allowing 10 or more goals: L3 Allowing less than 10 goals: W1 Getting more ground balls: L1 Getting less ground balls: L1 Ground balls equal: L1 Winning more faceoffs: L1 Opp. wins more faceoffs: L1 Faceoffs equal: W3 The Last Time Johns Hopkins... Scored 20 or more goals 22, vs. Marist ( ) Scored 15 or more goals 15, vs. #18 Princeton ( ) Scored 15 or more goals in back-to-back games #10 Princeton & UMBC (3-1 & ) Totaled 30 or more points 32 (19g, 13a), vs. Mount St. Mary s ( ) Allowed 15 or more goals 16, vs. #18 Princeton ( ) Won 20 or more faceoffs 20 Villanova ( ) Grabbed 50 or more ground balls 77, vs. St. Joe s ( ) Grabbed 60 or more ground balls 77, vs. St. Joe s ( ) Grabbed 70 or more ground balls 77, vs. St. Joe s ( ) Took 50 or more shots Mount St. Mary s ( ) Took 60 or more shots 61, vs. Albany ( ) Took 70 or more shots 83, vs. St. Joe s ( ) Took 80 or more shots 83, vs. St. Joe s ( ) Scored five or more extra-man goals 7 (7-of-10), vs. #18 Princeton ( ) Scored a man-down goal John Kaestner vs. Michigan ( ) Scored a man-down goal in back-to-back games Palmer (Towson) & Kaestner (Michigan) (2-16/ ) Allowed five or more extra-man goals 5 (5-of-7), vs. #8 UMass ( ) Allowed a man-down goal Colin Briggs, #2 Virginia ( ) Held an opponent scoreless for a half: Mount St, Mary s (1st half) ( ) Held an opponent scoreless for three straight quarters: Manhattan (1-3 Qtrs.) ( ) Held an opponent scoreless for 1st three quarters of a game: Manhattan (1-3 Qtrs.) ( ) Held an opponent scoreless for 30 or more consecutive minutes: Mount St. Mary s ( ) Held an opponent scoreless for 40 or more consecutive minutes: Mount St. Mary s ( ) Held an opponent scoreless for 50 or more consecutive minutes: 60:00, vs. Manhattan ( ) Posted a shutout: Manhattan (W/11-0) ( ) Held an opponent shotless for a quarter: 2nd #12 Princeton ( ) Came from behind to Villanova - Trailed 3-2 in 2nd Q - Won Came from two goals down to Villanova - Trailed 3-1 in 1st Q - Won Came from three goals down to #1 Virginia ( ) - Trailed 4-1 in 2nd Q - Won (OT) Came from four goals down to win vs. #4 Maryland ( ) - Trailed as late as 8-4 in 3rd Q - Won (OT) Came from five goals down to win vs. #4 Maryland ( ) - Trailed as late as 8-3 in 3rd Q - Won (OT) Came from six goals down to win vs. #7 Syracuse ( ) - Trailed, 7-1 in 2nd Q - Won (OT) Blew a lead and #1 Syracuse - Led as late as 5-4 in 2nd qtr. - Lost Blew a two-goal lead and #1 Syracuse - Led as late as 5-3 in 2nd qtr. - Lost Blew a three-goal lead and #1 Syracuse - Led as late as 5-2 in 2nd qtr. - Lost Blew a four-goal lead and #1 Syracuse - Led as late as 5-1 in 1st qtr. - Lost Blew a five-goal lead and lost vs. Navy ( ) - Led 5-0 in 2nd quarter - Lost 9-8 in OT Blew a six-goal lead and lost vs. #4 Syracuse ( ) - Led 8-2 in 2nd Q - Lost The Last Time a Johns Hopkins Player... Scored 5 or more goals 7, Ryan Brown vs. UMBC ( ) Score 5 or more goals in back-to-back games Conor Ford vs. #2 Navy (5) and #11 Towson (5) (2004) Scored 6 or more goals 7, Ryan Brown vs. UMBC ( ) Scored 7 or more goals 7, Ryan Brown vs. UMBC ( ) Scored 8 or more goals 8, Ryan Brown vs. #10 Syracuse ( ) Dished out 4 or more assists 5, Wells Villanova ( ) Dished out 5 or more assists 5, Wells Villanova ( ) Dished out 5 or more assists in back-to-back Games Wells Stanwick vs. Ohio State (5) & Towson (5) (2-9 & ) Dished out 6 or more assists 6, Wells Albany ( ) Dished out 7 or more assists 8, Dave Marr vs. Navy ( ) Dished out 8 or more assists 8, Dave Marr vs. Navy ( ) Totaled 5 or more points in back-to-back games Wells Princeton (5) UMBC (5) (3-1 & ) Totaled 6 or more points 6, Ryan Brown (3g, North Carolina ( ) Totaled 6 or more points in back-to-back games Wells Stanwick vs. OSU (6) and Towson (6) (2-9 & ) Had two players with 6 or more points Wells Stanwick (3g, 3a) & Brandon Benn (5g, UMBC ( ) Totaled 7 or more points 7, Wells Villanova ( ) Totaled 8 or more points 8, Ryan Brown (8g) vs. #10 Syracuse ( ) Totaled 9 or more points 9, Wells Stanwick (5g, 4a) vs. Mount St. Mary s ( ) Totaled 10 or more points 11 (5g, 6a), Dan Denihan vs. #10 Towson ( ) Totaled 11 points 11 (5g, 6a), Dan Denihan vs. #10 Towson ( ) Scored three or more extra-man goals 4, Patrick Fraser vs. #18 Princeton ( ) Scored an overtime goal Brandon Benn vs. #14 Ohio State ( ) Grabbed 14 or more ground balls 15, Drew Kennedy vs. #10 Syracuse ( ) Won 15 or more faceoffs 20, Drew Kennedy vs. #5 North Carolina ( ) Won 15 or more faceoffs in back-to-back games Drew Kennedy, UMBC (18), Syracuse (21), UVA (16), UNC (20) ( ) Registered 20 or more saves 20, Pierce Bassett vs. #8 Loyola ( )

13 Individual Player Career Highs Ryan Brown Goals: 8, vs. #10 Syracuse ( ) 7, vs. UMBC (2-7-15) #10 Princeton (3-1-14) Villanova ( ) 4, vs. Towson ( ) 3 vs. #18 Princeton ( ) #4 North Carolina ( ) 3, #1 Loyola (5-3-14), vs. #16 Albany (4-4-14) #10 Virginia UMBC Army (5-3-13), vs. #14 Virginia ( ) 2, Eight Times Assists: #4 North Carolina ( ) #10 Princeton (3-1-14) #1 Syracuse ( ) vs. Towson ( ) Points: 8, vs. #10 Syracuse ( ) #10 Princeton (3-1-14) 7, vs. UMBC (2-7-15) #4 North Carolina ( ) 6, vs. Towson ( ) #1 Sryacuse ( ) 4, vs. #18 Princeton ( ) Villanova ( ), vs. #16 Albany (4-4-14) #10 Virginia ( ), vs. #14 Virginia ( ) 3, vs. #14 Ohio State Army (5-3-13), vs. Michigan ( ) Hat Tricks: 13 Phil Castronova Goals: 1, 10 times Assists: 1, Three times Points: 1, 13 times Holden Cattoni Goals: 4, vs. #16 Albany (4-4-14) 3, vs. #18 Princeton ( ), vs. #3 Duke ( ) vs. Villanova ( ), vs. #5 North Carolina ( ) Villanova ( ) Mount St. Mary s ( ) 2, vs. #3 Maryland Virginia ( ) 2, vs. Michigan ( ), vs. Princeton (3-1-13) Assists: UMBC (3-8-14) Points: UMBC (3-8-14) John Crawley Goals: 4, vs. Towson ( ) #1 Syracuse ( ) #4 North Carolina ( ) 2, vs. #3 Maryland ( ) Assists: 3, vs. #18 Princeton ( ) Points: 4, vs. #18 Princeton ( ) 4, vs. Towson ( ) Mount St. Mary s ( ) Wilkins Dismuke Goals: 1, Five Times Assists: 1,vs. Mount St. Mary s ( ) Points: 1, Six Times Kieran Eissler Goals: #1 Syracuse ( ) vs. Navy (3-7-15), vs. Towson ( ) Assists: #1 Syracuse #10 Virginia ( ) Points: Syracuse ( ) Brady Faby Goals: 1, vs. Mount St. Mary s ( ) 1, vs. Mount St. Mary s (3-5-13) 1, vs. Michigan ( ) Assists: None Points: 1, vs. Mount St. Mary s ( ) 1, vs. Mount St. Mary s (3-5-13) vs. Michigan ( ) Patrick Fraser Goals: 4, vs. #18 Princeton ( ) Assists: 2, UMBC (2-7-15) Points: 4, vs. #18 Princeton ( ) 3, vs. UMBC (2-7-15) Bronson Kelly Goals: 1, vs. Michigan ( ) Mount St. Mary s (3-5-13), Siena (2-8-13) Assists: 1,Three times Points: 1, Six times Drew Kennedy Faceoffs Won: 21, vs. #10 Syracuse ( ) 20, vs. #5 North Carolina ( ) UMBC (3-8-14) 18, vs. #14 Ohio State (2-9-14) #10 Virginia ( ), vs. Towson ( ) #7 Virginia ( ) #10 Princeton (3-1-14) Faceoffs Attempted: #7 Virginia ( ) 26, vs. #5 UNC ( ) UMBC (3-8-14) #10 Princeton (3-1-14) #10 Virginia ( ) 25, vs. #10 Syracuse ( ) Ground Balls: 15, vs. #10 Syracuse ( ) 13, vs. #5 North Carolina ( ) 13, vs. #14 Ohio State (2-9-14) UMBC (3-8-14) #10 Virginia ( ) #7 Virginia ( ) #10 Princeton (3-1-14) 10, vs. Towson ( ) Cody Radziewicz Goals: 1, Four Times Assists: 1, vs. #5 North Carolina ( ) Points: 1, Five Times Connor Reed Goals: #10 Princeton (3-1-14) Assists: 4, vs. #3 Duke ( ) Points: 5, vs. #3 Duke ( ) #10 Princeton (3-1-14) Eric Schneider Saves: 19, vs. Michigan ( ) Navy ( ) #1 Syracuse ( ) #1 Loyola (5-3-14) #10 Princeton (3-1-14) 13, vs. #11 Ohio State (2-9-14) #7 Virginia ( ) 12, vs. #3 Maryland ( ) Shack Stanwick Goals: 3, vs. Navy (3-7-15), vs. UMBC (2-7-15) Syracuse ( ) #4 North Carolina ( ) Assists: #1 Syracuse ( ) 2, vs. #18 Princeton ( ) 2, vs. UMBC (2-7-15) Points: 5, vs. UMBC (2-7-15) #1 Syracuse ( ) 4, vs, Navy (3-7-15) Career Hat Tricks: 2 Wells Stanwick Goals: #7 Virginia ( ) 5, vs. Mount St. Mary s (3-5-13) Assists: Mount St. Mary s ( ) 6, vs. #16 Albany (4-4-14) Villanova ( ) 5, vs. Towson ( ) 5, vs. #14 Ohio State (2-9-14) 5, vs. Navy ( ) Points: 9, vs. Mount St. Mary s (3-5-13) Career Hat Tricks: 10 Career Multi-Point Games: 37 Career Games with 4+ Points: 20 Joel Tinney Goals: 3, vs. #18 Princeton ( ) Assists: 1, Three Times Points: 4, vs. #18 Princeton ( )

14 Johns Hopkins-Virginia Series History JHU-Virginia Series Notes Series Record: Johns Hopkins leads, Current Streak: JHU won 1 Current Streak at Homewood Field: JHU won 1 Current Streak at Virginia: JHU won 1 Current Streak Neutral: JHU won 1 Pietramala vs. Virginia JHU): Homewood Field: Virginia: 2-6 Neutral: 2-2 Longest JHU Win Streak vs. Virginia:_10 ( ) Longest Virginia Win Streak vs. JHU: 6 ( ) Johns Hopkins leads the all-time series, The teams have met every year since The series began in 1904 and Johns Hopkins won each of the first 10 meetings. Johns Hopkins and Virginia have met 10 times since 2002 with one of the two ranked number one in the nation. The home team has won 11 of the last 16 meetings played at a campus site. Virginia has won 10 of last 13 games between the two teams in Charlottesville. Prior to the win in overtime in 2012, JHU s last win at UVa came in Hopkins added a 14-8 win over the Cavs in the first round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament. Virginia has won five of the seven all-time meetings played at a neutral site. Included are wins in the 1972 and 2003 NCAA Championship games. Despite JHU wins in the last four of the last five meetings, Virginia has had the better of the head-to-head matchup in recent years as the Cavaliers have won 13 of the last 20 meetings, including a series-high six straight from The last seven meetings at Johns Hopkins have been decided by a total of just nine goals. Included are five, one-goal games and a pair of two-goal games. Virginia defeated Johns Hopkins, 9-8 in four overtimes in That game ranks as the longest in Johns Hopkins history. Nine of the last 21 games between the two teams have been decided by one goal. In all there have been 18 one-goal games between the Blue Jays and the Cavaliers. Johns Hopkins and Virginia have met 15 times in the NCAA Tournament with the Blue Jays winning 9 of the 15. Three of the 14 meetings have come in the national championship game with UVA grabbing NCAA titles in 1972 and 2003 and JHU in Johns Hopkins-9, Virginia-0 Johns Hopkins-12, Virginia Johns Hopkins-11, Virginia Johns Hopkins-13, Virginia Johns Hopkins-12, Virginia Johns Hopkins-15, Virginia Johns Hopkins-15, Virginia Johns Hopkins-17, Virginia Johns Hopkins-15, Virginia Johns Hopkins14, Virginia Virginia-13, Johns Hopkins Virginia-15, Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins-8, Virginia Johns Hopkins-23, Virginia Johns Hopkins-12, Virginia Johns Hopkins-12, Virginia Johns Hopkins-16, Virginia Johns Hopkins-12, Virginia Johns Hopkins-17, Virginia Johns Hopkins-13, Virginia Johns Hopkins-12, Virginia Virginia-10, Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins-15, Virginia Johns Hopkins-17, Virginia Johns Hopkins-10, Virginia Johns Hopkins-10, Virginia Johns Hopkins-17, Virginia Johns Hopkins-15, Virginia Virginia-15, Johns Hopkins Virginia-9, Johns Hopkins-8 (OT) 1972 Johns Hopkins-13, Virginia-8 Virginia-13, Johns Hopkins-12 * (N) 1973 #1 Johns Hopkins-14, #2 Virginia-9 #2 Johns Hopkins-12, #5 Virginia-9 * 1974 #3 Virginia-15, #2 Johns Hopkins #1 Johns Hopkins-10, #4 Virginia-9 (2OT) 1976 #5 Johns Hopkins-14, #6 Virginia #3 Johns Hopkins-15, #4 Virginia #2 Johns Hopkins-17, #6 Virginia #1 Johns Hopkins-13, #4 Virginia-8 #1 Johns Hopkins-16, #5 Virginia #8 Virginia-12, #1 Johns Hopkins-9 #2 Johns Hopkins-9, #1 Virginia-8 (2OT) * 1981 #1 Johns Hopkins-15, #3 Virginia-13 #1 Johns Hopkins-10, #4 Virginia-6 * 1982 Johns Hopkins-12, Virginia-11 (OT) #3 Johns Hopkins-13, #2 Virginia-9 * 1983 #1 Johns Hopkins-12, #4 Virginia #2 Johns Hopkins-16, #3 Virginia #1 Johns Hopkins-12, #4 Virginia-5 Johns Hopkins-11, Virginia-8 * 1986 #2 Johns Hopkins-8, #7 Virginia #4 Virginia-9, #11 Johns Hopkins #6 Johns Hopkins-11, #3 Virginia-10 #9 Virginia-11, #2 Johns Hopkins-10 (OT) * 1989 #1 Johns Hopkins-12, #9 Virginia #6 Virginia-12, #10 Johns Hopkins #5 Johns Hopkins-16, #1 Virginia #1 Virginia-15, #10 Johns Hopkins #6 Johns Hopkins-11, #3 Virginia-9 #4 Johns Hopkins-14, #5 Virginia-10 * 1994 #5 Virginia-11, #2 Johns Hopkins #2 Johns Hopkins-22, #1 Virginia #1 Virginia-14, Johns Hopkins-9 #2 Virginia-16, #7 Johns Hopkins-10 * (N) 1997 #3 Virginia-16, #4 Johns Hopkins #6 Johns Hopkins-13, #3 Virginia #3 Johns Hopkins-16, #4 Virginia-15 #3 Virginia-16, #2 Johns Hopkins-10 * (N) 2000 #2 Virginia-16, #7 Johns Hopkins #9 Virginia-9, #5 Johns Hopkins-8 (4OT) 2002 #4 Virginia-12, #1 Johns Hopkins #4 Johns Hopkins-8, #1 Virginia-7 #2 Virginia-9, #1 Johns Hopkins-7 * (N) 2004 #17 Virginia-9, #1 Johns Hopkins-8 (OT) 2005 #1 Johns Hopkins-9, #2 Virginia-7 #1 Johns Hopkins-9, #4 Virginia-8 (OT) * (N) 2006 #1 Virginia-12, #9 Johns Hopkins #5 Virginia-7, #3 Johns Hopkins #2 Virginia-13, #6 Johns Hopkins-12 (OT) 2009 #1 Virginia-16, #9 Johns Hopkins-15 #5 Virginia-19, #8 Johns Hopkins-8 * (N) 2010 #1 Virginia-15, #12 Johns Hopkins #11 Johns Hopkins-12, #2 Virginia #2 Johns Hopkins-11, #1 Virginia-10 (OT) 2013 #10 Johns Hopkins-15, #14 Virginia-8 (N) 2014 #10 Virginia-11, #9 Johns Hopkins-10 (OT) 2014 #8 Johns Hopkins-14, #7 Virginia-8 * * NCAA Tournament Games Home Team in BOLD The 15 games the Blue Jays have played against Virginia in the NCAAs are the most JHU has played against any opponent in its NCAA history. The 15 games JHU and UVA have played in the NCAAs are the most any two teams have met in tournament history

15 Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Johns Hopkins Game Results All games (as of Mar 16, 2015) Date Opponent Score Overall Conf Site Att. Goalie Feb 7 UMBC W Baltimore, MD 1359 Eric Schneider (1-0) Feb 10 at Towson L Towson, Md. 912 Eric Schneider (1-1) Feb 14 at Villanova W Villanova, PA 823 Eric Schneider (2-1) Feb 21 at #4 North Carolina L Chapel Hill, NC 1114 Eric Schneider (2-2) Feb 28 #18 PRINCETON LOT Baltimore, MD 1217 Eric Schneider (2-3) Mar 07 NAVY W Baltimore, MD 1484 Eric Schneider (3-3) Mar 14 at #1 Syracuse L Syracuse, N.Y Eric Schneider (3-4) Team Record W-L-T Overall: 3-4 Conference: 0-0 Home: 2-1 Away: 1-3 Neutral: 0-0 Overtime: 0-1 Attendance Dates Total Average Total: Home: Away: Neutral: 0 0 0

16 Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Johns Hopkins Overall Team Statistics All games (as of Mar 16, 2015) Overall: 3-4 Conf: 0-0 Home: 2-1 Away: 1-3 Neut: 0-0 TEAM STATISTICS JHU OPP SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct Shots on goal-attempts SOG pct Shots/Game Assists MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES Goals-Opportunities Conversion Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Man-up 22 7 Man-down 0 0 Unassisted Overtime 0 1 Goals scored average GROUND BALLS TURNOVERS CAUSED TURNOVERS FACEOFFS (W-L) Faceoff W-L Pct CLEARS Clear Pct PENALTIES Number Minutes 20:30 34:30 ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date 3/1353 4/2157 Neutral Site #/Avg 0/0 Goals by Period 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Johns Hopkins Opponents Shots by Period 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Johns Hopkins Opponents Saves by Period 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Johns Hopkins Opponents Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Johns Hopkins Opponents

17 Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Johns Hopkins Overall Individual Statistics All games (as of Mar 16, 2015) Overall: 3-4 Conf: 0-0 Home: 2-1 Away: 1-3 Neut: 0-0 ## Player gp-gs g a pts sh sh% sog sog% up dn gb t/o ct faceoff pct pen-min 4 Ryan Brown Wells Stanwick Shack Stanwick Joel Tinney John Crawley Patrick Fraser Holden Cattoni Wilkins Dismuke Connor Reed Kieran Eissler Michael Pellegrino Joe Carlini Cody Radziewicz Thomas Guida Hunter Moreland Brinton Valis Phil Castronova Drew Kennedy Liam Giblin Nikhon Schuler Sam Lynch Samuel Bamigboye Nick Fields Drew Pirie Bronson Kelly Riley DeSmit Matt Ledwin Tal Bruno Robert Enright John Kelly Eddie Morris Travis Wood Brock Turnbaugh Christopher Hubler Will Ryan Matt O'Keefe Kevin O'Toole Thomas Gordon Brady Faby Eddie Schurr Eric Schneider Derrick Kihembo Total Opponents ## Goalie gp-gs min ga gaavg saves pct w l t shots faced 6 Eric Schneider : Brock Turnbaugh 1-0 4: Will Ryan 1-0 3: Total 7 422: Opponents 7 422: Goals by Period 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Johns Hopkins Opponents Shots by Period 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Johns Hopkins Opponents Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Johns Hopkins Opponents Saves by Period 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Johns Hopkins Opponents Attendance Summary JHU Opponent Total Dates/Avg Per Date 3/1353 4/2157 Neutral Site #/Avg 0/0 CLEARS: Johns Hopkins , Opponents MAN-UP OPPS: Johns Hopkins , Opponents

18 ## Player gp-gs g a pts sh sh% gw up dn gb t/o ct faceoff pen-min gp-gs g a pts sh sh% gw up dn gb t/o ct faceoff 4 Ryan Brown Wells Stanwick Shack Stanwick Joel Tinney John Crawley Patrick Fraser Holden Cattoni Wilkins Dismuke Connor Reed Kieran Eissler Michael Pellegrino Joe Carlini Cody Radziewicz Thomas Guida Hunter Moreland Brinton Valis Phil Castronova Drew Kennedy Liam Giblin Nikhon Schuler Sam Lynch Samuel Bamigboye Nick Fields Drew Pirie Bronson Kelly Riley DeSmit Matt Ledwin Tal Bruno Robert Enright John Kelly Eddie Morris Travis Wood Brock Turnbaugh Christopher Hubler Will Ryan Matt O'Keefe Kevin O'Toole Thomas Gordon Brady Faby Eddie Schurr Eric Schneider Derrick Kihembo Total Opponents ## Goalie gp-gs minutes ga gaavg saves pct w l t sho gp-gs minutes ga gaavg saves pct w l t sho 6 Eric Schneider : : Brock Turnbaugh 1-0 4: : Will Ryan 1-0 3: : Total 7 422: Opponents 7 422: Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Johns Hopkins Individual Season/Career Statistics All games (as of Mar 16, 2015) SEASON CAREER

19 Opponent Date Score CARLINI,JO KIHEMBO,DE GIBLIN,LIA BROWN,RYAN SCHNEIDER, FRASER,PAT SCHURR,EDD FABY,BRADY RADZIEWICZ EISSLER,KI GORDON,THO UMBC Feb W DNP at TOWSON Feb L DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at VU Feb W DNP at NC Feb L DNP DNP DNP DNP PRIN Feb L DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP NAVY Mar W DNP DNP DNP at SU Mar L DNP DNP DNP Opponent Date Score O'TOOLE,KE LYNCH,SAM REED,CONNO O'KEEFE,MA CASTRONOVA DISMUKE,WI RYAN,WILL HUBLER,CHR GUIDA,THOM TURNBAUGH, WOOD,TRAVI UMBC Feb W DNP at TOWSON Feb L DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at VU Feb W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at NC Feb L DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP PRIN Feb L DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP NAVY Mar W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at SU Mar L DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Opponent Date Score MORELAND,H STANWICK,S MORRIS,EDD PELLEGRINO KELLY,JOHN SCHULER,NI ENRIGHT,RO VALIS,BRIN STANWICK,W CRAWLEY,JO BRUNO,TAL UMBC Feb W at TOWSON Feb L DNP at VU Feb W DNP at NC Feb L DNP PRIN Feb L DNP DNP DNP NAVY Mar W DNP DNP DNP DNP at SU Mar L DNP DNP DNP DNP Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Johns Hopkins Game-by-Game Goals-Assists-Points All games (as of Mar 16, 2015) Opponent Date Score TINNEY,JOE LEDWIN,MAT KENNEDY,DR DESMIT,RIL KELLY,BRON PIRIE,DREW FIELDS,NIC BAMIGBOYE, CATTONI,HO UMBC Feb W DNP at TOWSON Feb L DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at VU Feb W DNP DNP DNP DNP at NC Feb L DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP PRIN Feb L DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP NAVY Mar W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at SU Mar L DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0

20 Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Johns Hopkins Team Game-by-Game All games (as of Mar 16, 2015) TEAM STATISTICS Date Opponent Score G A Pts Sh Sog UP DN GB TO CT Faceoff Pen-Min Feb 7, 2015 UMBC Feb 10, 2015 Towson Feb 14, 2015 Villanova Feb 21, 2015 North Carolina Feb 28, 2015 PRINCETON Mar 07, 2015 NAVY Mar 14, 2015 Syracuse Johns Hopkins Opponent TEAM PER-GAME Games played: 7 Shots per game: 38.14; Goals per game: Assists per game: 7.14; Points per game: Shot pct:.311; SOG pct:.581 Faceoff W-L pct:.528; Clear pct.: Date Opponent Score Minutes GA GAAvg Saves Save% W L T Faced Feb 7, 2015 UMBC : Feb 10, 2015 Towson : Feb 14, 2015 Villanova : Feb 21, 2015 North Carolina : Feb 28, 2015 PRINCETON : Mar 07, 2015 NAVY : Mar 14, 2015 Syracuse : Totals : Opponent 422:

21 Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Johns Hopkins Opponent Game-by-Game All games (as of Mar 16, 2015) OPPONENT STATISTICS Date Opponent Score G A Pts Sh Sog UP DN GB TO CT Faceoff Pen-Min Feb 7, 2015 UMBC Feb 10, 2015 Towson Feb 14, 2015 Villanova Feb 21, 2015 North Carolina Feb 28, 2015 PRINCETON Mar 07, 2015 NAVY Mar 14, 2015 Syracuse Opponent Johns Hopkins OPPONENT PER-GAME Games played: 7 Shots per game: 33.43; Goals per game: Assists per game: 6.43; Points per game: Shot pct:.303; SOG pct:.551 Faceoff W-L pct:.472; Clear pct.: Date Opponent Score Minutes GA GAAvg Saves Save% W L T Faced Feb 7, 2015 UMBC : Feb 10, 2015 Towson : Feb 14, 2015 Villanova : Feb 21, 2015 North Carolina : Feb 28, 2015 PRINCETON : Mar 07, 2015 NAVY : Mar 14, 2015 Syracuse : Opponent : Johns Hopkins 422:

22 Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Johns Hopkins Team High/Low Analysis All games (as of Mar 16, 2015) Johns Hopkins - TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS 25 vs Princeton (Feb 28) 25 vs UMBC (Feb 7) GOALS 16 vs UMBC (Feb 7) 15 vs Princeton (Feb 28) ASSISTS 10 vs Princeton (Feb 28) 9 at Villanova (Feb 14) 9 vs UMBC (Feb 7) SHOTS 47 vs UMBC (Feb 7) 42 at North Carolina (Feb 21) SHOTS ON GOAL 32 vs UMBC (Feb 7) 27 vs Princeton (Feb 28) SAVES 13 at Syracuse (Mar 14) 11 at Towson (Feb 10) GROUND BALLS 42 vs UMBC (Feb 7) 38 at North Carolina (Feb 21) TURNOVERS 15 vs NAVY (Mar 07) 15 at North Carolina (Feb 21) OPP. TURNOVERS 15 vs UMBC (Feb 7) 14 at North Carolina (Feb 21) Opponent - GAME HIGHS POINTS 29 vs Princeton (Feb 28) 22 at North Carolina (Feb 21) GOALS 16 vs Princeton (Feb 28) 13 at Syracuse (Mar 14) 13 at North Carolina (Feb 21) ASSISTS 13 vs Princeton (Feb 28) 9 at North Carolina (Feb 21) SHOTS 41 at Syracuse (Mar 14) 38 at North Carolina (Feb 21) SHOTS ON GOAL 26 at Syracuse (Mar 14) 21 at North Carolina (Feb 21) SAVES 16 vs UMBC (Feb 7) 12 vs Princeton (Feb 28) 12 at Villanova (Feb 14) 12 at Towson (Feb 10) GROUND BALLS 36 at Syracuse (Mar 14) 35 vs NAVY (Mar 07) TURNOVERS 15 vs UMBC (Feb 7) 14 at North Carolina (Feb 21) OPP. TURNOVERS 15 vs NAVY (Mar 07) 15 at North Carolina (Feb 21)

23 Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Johns Hopkins High/Low Analysis All games (as of Mar 16, 2015) Johns Hopkins - GAME LOWS POINTS 7 at Towson (Feb 10) 16 at Syracuse (Mar 14) GOALS 5 at Towson (Feb 10) 10 at Syracuse (Mar 14) ASSISTS 2 at Towson (Feb 10) 6 at North Carolina (Feb 21) 6 at Syracuse (Mar 14) SHOTS 30 vs NAVY (Mar 07) 31 at Towson (Feb 10) SHOTS ON GOAL 15 at Syracuse (Mar 14) 17 at Towson (Feb 10) SAVES 4 vs Princeton (Feb 28) 5 vs UMBC (Feb 7) GROUND BALLS 20 at Syracuse (Mar 14) 22 vs NAVY (Mar 07) TURNOVERS 7 at Syracuse (Mar 14) 9 vs Princeton (Feb 28) OPP. TURNOVERS 7 at Syracuse (Mar 14) 11 at Towson (Feb 10) POINTS 6 vs UMBC (Feb 7) 11 at Towson (Feb 10) GOALS 4 vs UMBC (Feb 7) 7 at Towson (Feb 10) ASSISTS 2 vs UMBC (Feb 7) 4 at Towson (Feb 10) SHOTS 23 vs UMBC (Feb 7) 30 vs NAVY (Mar 07) SHOTS ON GOAL 9 vs UMBC (Feb 7) 17 at Villanova (Feb 14) SAVES 5 at Syracuse (Mar 14) 6 vs NAVY (Mar 07) GROUND BALLS 17 at Villanova (Feb 14) 23 vs UMBC (Feb 7) TURNOVERS 7 at Syracuse (Mar 14) 11 at Towson (Feb 10) OPP. TURNOVERS 7 at Syracuse (Mar 14) 9 vs Princeton (Feb 28) Opponent - GAME LOWS

24 Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Johns Hopkins Player High/Low Analysis All games (as of Mar 16, 2015) Johns Hopkins - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS POINTS 7 Wells Stanwick at Villanova (Feb 14) 7 Ryan Brown vs UMBC (Feb 7) GOALS 7 Ryan Brown vs UMBC (Feb 7) 4 Patrick Fraser vs Princeton (Feb 28) 4 Ryan Brown at Villanova (Feb 14) ASSISTS 5 Wells Stanwick at Villanova (Feb 14) 3 Wells Stanwick vs NAVY (Mar 07) 3 John Crawley vs Princeton (Feb 28) 3 Wells Stanwick vs Princeton (Feb 28) 3 Ryan Brown at North Carolina (Feb 21) 3 Wells Stanwick vs UMBC (Feb 7) SHOTS 14 Ryan Brown vs UMBC (Feb 7) 13 Ryan Brown at North Carolina (Feb 21) SHOTS ON GOAL 10 Ryan Brown vs UMBC (Feb 7) 7 Joel Tinney vs Princeton (Feb 28) 7 Ryan Brown at Villanova (Feb 14) 7 Holden Cattoni at Villanova (Feb 14) SAVES 13 Eric Schneider at Syracuse (Mar 14) 11 Eric Schneider at Towson (Feb 10) GROUND BALLS 7 Joel Tinney vs Princeton (Feb 28) 7 Hunter Moreland vs UMBC (Feb 7) CAUSED TURNOVER 2 Joe Carlini vs NAVY (Mar 07) 2 Joel Tinney vs NAVY (Mar 07) 2 Wells Stanwick vs Princeton (Feb 28) 2 Nick Fields at North Carolina (Feb 21) 2 Michael Pellegrino at North Carolina (Feb 21) 2 Michael Pellegrino at Villanova (Feb 14) 2 Michael Pellegrino vs UMBC (Feb 7)

25 NCAA Statistics Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Ranking Summary thru games 03/18/2015 Statistic National Conference Rank Rank Value National Leader Value Conference Leader Assists Per Game (69 ranked) Albany (NY) Johns Hopkins 7.14 Caused Turnovers Per Game (69 ranked) Brown Michigan Clearing Percentage (69 ranked) Virginia Ohio St Face-Off Winning Percentage (69 ranked) Syracuse Rutgers Ground Balls Per Game (69 ranked) Brown Rutgers Man-Down Defense (69 ranked) Ohio St Ohio St Man-Up Offense (69 ranked) Notre Dame Johns Hopkins Points Per Game (69 ranked) North Carolina Johns Hopkins Saves Per Game (69 ranked) Detroit Michigan Scoring Defense (69 ranked) Maryland 4.50 Maryland 4.50 Scoring Margin (69 ranked) North Carolina 7.56 Maryland 5.33 Scoring Offense (69 ranked) North Carolina Johns Hopkins Shot Percentage (69 ranked) Stony Brook Johns Hopkins Turnovers Per Game (69 ranked) Virginia Johns Hopkins Winning Percentage (67 ranked) North Carolina Marquette Syracuse Value Maryland

26 Statistic Assists Per Game (134 ranked) Player Wells Stanwick Shack Stanwick Ryan Brown National Conference Value National Leader Rank Rank Conference Value Leader Value 2.14 Lyle Thompson, Albany (NY) 5.20 Wells Stanwick, Johns Hopkins Caused Turnovers Per Game (75 ranked) Larken Kemp, Brown 3.60 Matt Neufeldt, Maryland 1.50 Face-Off Winning Pct (71 ranked) Drew Kennedy Brady Dove, Navy Joseph Nardella, Rutgers Goals Per Game (137 ranked) Ryan Brown Shack Stanwick Dylan Molloy, Brown 5.17 Ryan Brown, Johns Hopkins Goals-Against Average (61 ranked) Eric Schneider Kyle Bernlohr, Maryland 4.46 Kyle Bernlohr, Maryland 4.46 Ground Balls Per Game (71 ranked) Drew Kennedy Domenic Massimilian, Cornell Joseph Nardella, Rutgers 9.67 Individual Man-up Goals (39 ranked) Points Per Game (146 ranked) Patrick Fraser Holden Cattoni Ryan Brown John Crawley Ryan Brown Wells Stanwick Shack Stanwick Connor Cannizzaro, Denver 5 Dylan Donahue, Syracuse 4 Patrick Fraser, Johns Hopkins 3 8 Patrick Fraser, Johns Hopkins Dylan Molloy, Brown 7.17 Ryan Brown, Johns Hopkins Save Percentage (61 ranked) Eric Schneider Kyle Bernlohr, Maryland Kyle Bernlohr, Maryland Saves Per Game (74 ranked) Eric Schneider Jason Weber, Detroit Gerald Logan, Michigan Shot Percentage (72 ranked) Shack Stanwick Chase McIntyre, Jacksonville Shack Stanwick, Johns Hopkins 0.545

27 2015 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game-by-Game Recaps Game 1 - UMBC February 7, 2015 Game 2 - Towson February 10, 2015 BALTIMORE, MD The fifth-ranked Johns Hopkins men s lacrosse team honored a lost teammate and helped head coach Dave Pietramala become the winningest coach in school history on Saturday as the Blue Jays jumped to a 6-0 lead and never looked back in a 16-4 win against visiting UMBC at Homewood Field. Johns Hopkins was playing its first game since freshman Jeremy Huber passed away suddenly in his room on campus on January 26. Sporting Huber s #19 on their jerseys and helmets and with his number painted on the field right in front of the team bench, the Blue Jays rode the emotion of playing to honor Huber and the quick start to Pietramala s 159th victory at Homewood. Pietramala, who was honored in a brief post-game ceremony, passed Hall of Famer Bob Scott on Johns Hopkins career victory list. He entered the game tied with Scott, who won 158 games as the Blue Jays coach from ; Scott joined Pietramala for the on-field post-game ceremony. Pietramala is now in his 15th season at Johns Hopkins, while Scott was Any drama as to whether this would be the day Pietramala passed Scott was over early as the Blue Jays needed less than 12 minutes to grab the six-goal lead and pushed the lead to nine before intermission. Four unassisted goals in the opening 10 minutes, including a pair by freshman Shack Stanwick, gave the Blue Jays a 4-0 lead before junior Ryan Brown took over. Brown, who scored 40 goals last season, scored twice in a span of less than two minutes late in the opening period to account for the 6-0 lead. The Retrievers temporarily halted the run when Dylan McDermott dodged to the goal and scored from in close early in the second quarter, but the first career goal by freshman midfielder Joel Tinney and two more from Brown, (in a span of 43 seconds) pushed the lead to 9-1. Brown s fourth goal was followed 12 seconds later by a strike from senior long stick midfielder Michael Pellegrino to make it 10-1 before the Retrievers closed the half with a goal by Nate Lewnes in the final minute of the second quarter. Any hopes for a UMBC comeback were dashed in the opening six minutes of the third quarter as Brown sandwiched his fifth and sixth goals of the game around an unassisted goal by sophomore Cody Radziewicz. The teams combined for five fourth-quarter goals with Brown closing out his seven-goal day, Stanwick finishing off a hat trick in his first career game and freshman Pat Fraser smoking home an extra-man goal. UMBC s Pat Young, scored a pair of fourth-quarter goals for the Retrievers to account for the final scoring. Brown s seven goals are one shy of his career high and mark his third career game with five or more goals, while Stanwick added the three goals and one assist in his career debut. Wells Stanwick added three assists and Fraser had one goal and two assists in his first collegiate game. The Blue Jays highly-touted freshman class accounted for five goals and five assists and rookie Hunter Moreland won 8-of-11 faceoffs and grabbed a team-high seven ground balls as well. Young was the only multi-point scorer for the Retrievers, who were outshot and lost the ground ball battle The Retrievers did get a spark from freshman goalie David Pisanic, who played the final 19:54 and allowed just three goals while posting eight saves. It will be a quick turnaround for the Blue Jays, who will make the short trip Towson to take on the Tigers at 6 pm on Tuesday, February 10. Notes: Johns Hopkins improved to 13-0 all-time against UMBC and 67-9 against teams from the state of Maryland under Pietramala Wells Stanwick moved into 10th place on JHU s career assist list as he now has 84 Brown has now scored at least one goal in 17 consecutive games. TOWSON MD - Host Towson outscored the visiting Johns Hopkins men s lacrosse team 5-0 over a span of more than 17 minutes from midway through the second quarter until late in the third to build a 6-3 lead and the Blue Jays never pulled even again as the Tigers posted a 7-5 victory at Unitas Stadium Tuesday evening. Towson takes its season opener with the win, while the Blue Jays fall to 1-1 with the loss. Johns Hopkins led 3-1 after back-to-back goals by Wells Stanwick and Ryan Brown in a span of 44 seconds less than six minutes into the second quarter, but the Tigers scored the final three goals of the first half to take a 4-3 lead into the half. It took Towson less than two minutes after Brown s goal to knot the game at 3-3 as Andrew Hodgson took a skip pass from Ryan Drenner and ripped one home and Greg Cuccinello was on the back end of a Drenner helper 38 seconds later to force the second and final tie of the game. Towson took all the momentum into the half as Hodgson scored with just one second remaining before intermission. Out of a timeout, junior Ben McCarty dodged from the side to the center of the field and threw back to Hodgson, who spun and ripped side-winder home to make it 4-3 Towson at the half. The Blue Jays had their chances in the third quarter as they fired 12 shots at Towson goalie Tyler White, but it was the Tigers who got the first two goals of the quarter to cap the 5-0 run and build the 6-3 lead. A Joe Seider goal at the 9:26 mark and an unassisted goal by Mike Lynch less than four minutes later accounted for Towson s two third-quarter strikes. Brown netted his second of the game with 27 seconds left in the third quarter to slice the deficit to 6-4 at the end of three quarters. Shack Stanwick threaded a pass to a cutting Brown who quick-sticked home his ninth goal in two games from just off the crease. The deficit was back to three less than two minutes into the fourth quarter as Seider whipped a laser to the top shelf off Drenner s third assist of the game and the Tigers methodically iced the game from there. Working the ball for long stretches and controlling 11 of 15 fourth quarter ground balls, Towson held Hopkins scoreless in the period until 69 seconds remained, when freshman Joel Tinney got inside his defender and bounced one home to make it 7-5. Towson won the ensuing faceoff after a long scramble and ran out the final minute to seal the win and snap a 19-game losing streak in the series. Drenner led the way offensively for the Tigers with his one-goal, three-assist performance, while Seider and Hodgson both added the two goals. White finished with 12 saves, including six in the third quarter when the Blue Jays fired off 12 of their 31 shots in the game. With his two goals, Brown was the only multi-point scorer for Johns Hopkins. Senior Eric Schneider registered 11 saves in goal for the Blue Jays, who will return to action quickly again as they travel to Villanova for a game against the Wildcats on Saturday, February 14. Faceoff is set for 1 pm. #5 Johns Hopkins (1-1) /5 Towson (1-0) /6 Goals: J: Brown-2, W. Stanwick, Tinney, Dismuke. T: Hodgson-2, Seider-2, Drenner, Cuccinello, Lynch. Assists: J: Reed, S. Stanwick. T: Drenner-3, McCarty. Saves: J: Schneider-11. T: White-12. Shots: J-31, T-34. EMO: J: 0-for-4. T: 0-for- 1. Attendance: 912. UMBC (0-1) /4 #5 Johns Hopkins (1-0) /16 Goals: U: Young-2, Lewnes, McDermott. J: Brown-7, S. Stanwick-3, Fraser, Tinney, Dismuke, Radziewicz, Pellegrino, Reed. Assists: U: Gannon-2. J: W. Stanwick-3, Fraser-2, Guida, Moreland, S. Stanwick. Saves: U: Gordon-8, Pisanic-8. J: Schneider-4, Turnbaugh-1. Shots: U-23. J-47. EMO: U: 0-for-4. J: 4-for-7. Attendance: 1,359.

28 2015 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game-by-Game Recaps Game 3 - Villanova February 14, 2015 Game 4 - North Carolina February 21, 2015 VILLANOVA, PA - The fifth-ranked Johns Hopkins men s lacrosse team outscored host Villanova 4-1 in the first 11 minutes of the fourth quarter to turn a 9-8 lead into a 13-9 advantage and the Blue Jays went on to a victory at snowy Villanova Stadium Saturday afternoon. The Blue Jays move to 2-1, while Villanova drops its season opener to start 0-1. The tenuous one-goal lead entering the fourth quarter was up to three in less than 65 seconds as Wilkins Dismuke scored off a slick-field-enduced scramble from the slot. Dismuke came up with a ground ball and shoveled the ball past Villanova goalie Dan Willis from in tight. Senior Wells Stanwick made it 11-8 just 17 seconds later as he was on the back end of a scramble situation and went in alone and beat Wills from seven yards out. An extra-man goal by Christian Cuccinello with 9:35 to play sliced the deficit to 11-9, but sophomore John Crawley got his hands free on a dodge from behind the goal and fired one to the top shelf and junior Ryan Brown capped his four-goal day with an underhanded laser from 10 yards out with just over four minutes left on the clock. A unassisted goalie by Danny Seibel with 20 seconds remaining closed the scoring to account for the final score. The first 30 minutes solved nothing as the teams went to halftime knotted at 5-5 with Villanova bookending the half with two-goal spurts around a 5-1 Johns Hopkins run. The Blue Jays trailed 2-0 less the three minutes into the game before Shack Stanwick and Brown sandwiched goals around a Jack Curran goal for Villanova in the final nine minutes of the opening period to make it 3-2 Villanova at the end of the first period. After scoring twice in the opening 15 minutes, the Blue Jays needed less than three minutes of the second quarter to score three times and grab a 5-3 lead. Holden Cattoni scored from in tight on the extra-man at the 13:20 mark and Brown added his second of the game 29 seconds later in transition to give the Blue Jays their first lead of the game. When freshman Patrick Fraser smoked home an extra-man goal to the top shelf 45 seconds later, the Blue Jays had a two-goal lead and the momentum. However, the Wildcats would score the final two goals of the half as they turned a failed clear into the second goal of the game from Seibel three minutes after Fraser s goal and Cuccinello got to the middle of the field after his defender slipped in the snow and beat Eric Schneider from eight yards out to force the 5-5 halftime tie. The Blue Jays got a little separation by scoring three of the first four goals of the second half to grab an 8-6 lead. Wells Stanwick, Brown and Cattoni all scored in the opening six minutes of the third period with only a marker by Sean Cerrone during that time for the Wildcats. Wells Stanwick got the assist on Cattoni s goal, Hopkins fourth extra-man goal of the game and gave the Blue Jays the 8-6 lead. Cerrone and Kurtis Naslonski wrapped goals around the second of the day by Shack Stanwick in the final seven minutes of the third quarter to account for the 9-8 score at the end of three. Cerrone had time and room from 12 yards to fire one home, while Naslonski ripped a side-armed shot home on the run. Shack Stanwick s goal came on a perfect cross-crease pass from brother Wells Stanwick and he flipped it into the open net. That set the stage for the fourth-quarter spree by the Blue Jays that lifted them to their eighth straight win against the Wildcats. Wells Stanwick led the Blue Jays with two goals and five assists for seven points. The effort marks his 18th career game with four or more points. Brown ran his goalscoring streak to 19 games with his four-goal effort today, while Shack Stanwick (2g, 1a), Cattoni (2g) and Crawley (1g, 1a) all registered multi-point games as well. A key for the Blue Jays was the play on faceoffs, where Drew Kennedy (9-of-10) and Kevin O Toole (9-of-13) fueled a 20-of-28 performance at the X. Seibel (3g, 1a) and Cerrone (2g, 2a) most notched four-point efforts for the Wildcats, who got eight saves in goal from Willis in the second half after starter Greg Stamatov posted four in the opening 30 minutes. #5 Johns Hopkins (2-1) /13 Villanova (0-1) /10 Goals: J: Brown-4, W. Stanwick-2, S. Stanwick-2, Cattoni-2, Crawley, Fraser, Dismuke. V: Seibel-3, Cerrone-2, Cuccinello-2, Curran, Naslonski, McIver. Assists: J: W. Stanwick-5, Carlini, Crawley, Pellegrino, S. Stanwick. V: Cerrone-2, Cuccinello, Curran, Seibel. Saves: J: Schneider-7. V: Stamatov-4, Willis-8. Shots: J-40, V-34. EMO: J: 4-for-8. V: 1-for-3. Attendance: 823. CHAPEL HILL, NC - The fourth-ranked North Carolina men s lacrosse team got a combined seven goals and four assists from senior attackmen Jimmy Bitter and Joey Sankey and the host Tar Heels did just enough to hold off a rally by ninth-ranked Johns Hopkins in a victory at Navy Field Saturday afternoon. The Tar Heels improve to 4-0 with the victory, while the Blue Jays slip to 2-2. In a game of runs, the Tar Heels scored single goals just twice, to open and close their scoring and the final goal, a strike by senior Chad Tutton, with 6:01 to play, proved to be decisive as it halted a three-goal Blue Jay run that had sliced what was a 12-7 deficit to with plenty of time remaining. Hopkins would get a goal by freshman Shack Stanwick with 2:45 remaining to make it and the Blue Jays twice had possession after Stanwick s goal, but a pair of turnovers and a late penalty sealed the loss. UNC led 7-2 late in the second quarter and 7-3 at the start of the third, before the second-half game of runs began with a three-goal flurry by the Blue Jays. Ryan Brown s second of the game, an unassisted goal by Wilkins Dismuke on a dodge from behind the goal and an extra-man goal by John Crawley made it 7-6 midway through the period. As quickly as the Blue Jays pulled within one, the Tar Heels had it back to four at 10-6 as they needed just 79 seconds to fire three home. Luke Goldstock got free in the high slot and ripped one home and then added his third of the game just 16 seconds later as he got free on the backside after a scramble on the ensuing faceoff. When Bitter completed the three-goal run a short time later, the `Heels had their four-goal lead and, seemingly, all the momentum. An extra-man goal by Patrick Fraser late in the period made it 10-7 entering the fourth, but the deficit swelled to five after Sankey and Brent Armstrong scored backto-back goals in a span of just 25 seconds before the quarter was five minutes old. As quickly as the lead was five, it was back to two as Hopkins answered the Tar Heels three-goal flurry with a three-goal run of their own; a run that took less then three minutes and left plenty of time for more. Brown, Shack Stanwick and Wells Stanwick all scored during the spree for the Blue Jays, who used a six-of-seven fourth-quarter performance on faceoffs to fuel the spree. Wells Stanwick s goal came with just under eight minutes on the clock and he drew an unnecessary roughness foul on Zach Powers as he scored to give the Blue Jays possession with an extra-man following the goal. However, the Tar Heels forced a turnover, cleared the ball and drew a foul on the Blue Jays to even things up and Tuton s goal came a short time later to give UNC the lead. Shack Stanwick s goal with less than three minutes remaining made it 13-11, but the Blue Jays couldn t slice it to one before UNC ran out the final 90 seconds to seal the win. The Tar Heels jumped out to the 7-3 lead at the half as they broke a 1-1 tie with a four-goal run that pushed them out to a 5-1 lead early in the second quarter. Bitter scored the final two goals in the four-goal run, which was halted by a Crawley extraman goal with 9:22 to play in the second quarter. Back-to-back goals by Sankey and Bitter pushed the lead out to a 7-2 with 4:33 left in the first half, but a Joel Tinney unassisted goal with 2:37 on the clock closed out the first-half scoring. Tinney s goal was the first in a four-goal run for the Blue Jays, who crept within one (7-6) with that run, but never drew even in a second half that featured a combined 14 goals and 46 shots. Bitter (4g, 1a), Sankey (3g, 3a) and Goldstock (3g) led the way for North Carolina, which seemingly had an answer for every Blue Jay run the drew them close. Brown extended his goal-scoring streak to 20- games with a three-goal, threeassist performance for the Blue Jays, who also got the two goals from Crawley and Shack Stanwick and one goal and one assist from Tinney. Senior Drew Kennedy won 12-of-19 faceoffs and had six ground balls and the Blue Jays held advantages in shots (42-38), ground balls (38-33) and faceoffs (15-12). #9 Johns Hopkins (2-2) /11 #4 North Carolina (4-0) /13 Goals: J: Brown-3, Crawley-2, S. Stanwick-2, Tinney, W. Stanwick, Fraser, Dismuke. N: Bitter-4, Sankey-3, Goldstock-3, Tutton, Armstrong, Tagliaferi. Assists: J: Brown-3, Carlini, Cattoni, Tinney. N: Sankey-3, Tutton-2, Bitter, Connell, Jozokos, Kelly. Saves: J: Schneider-8. N: Balkam-5, Burke-4. Shots: J-42, N-38. EMO: J: 3-for-8. N: 0-for-2. Attendance: 1,114

29 2015 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game-by-Game Recaps Game 5 - Princeton February 28, 2015 Game 6 - Navy March 7, 2015 BALTIMORE, MD The 18th-ranked Princeton men s lacrosse team jumped out to a 7-0 lead, then fought back from a two-goal deficit in the final seven minutes before knocking off 12th-ranked Johns Hopkins, 16-15, on a Gavin McBride extra-man goal with 1:07 remaining in overtime at Homewood Field Saturday. The win improves the Tigers record to 3-0 on the year, while the Blue Jays slip to 2-3 with the loss. The 31 combined goals are the most in a Johns Hopkins-Princeton game since 1994 and this is the first time in the 85-game series history that both teams have scored 15 or more goals. Hopkins bailed itself out of the early seven-goal deficit and finally took its first lead of the game on a Ryan Brown goal with 9:16 remaining. When freshman Joel Tinney spun inside a defender and scored on a nifty dodge from the side, the Blue Jays had a lead and had outscored Princeton 14-5 since digging themselves the early seven-goal hole. But, in a game of runs and as quickly as the Blue Jays had turned a deficit into the lead with a four-goal spree that took less than five minutes, the Tigers struck twice to knot things at 14. An unassisted goal by Zach Currier just 65 seconds after Tinney s strike made it and McBride split a pair of defenders and got in tight to knot the game with just over five minutes remaining. Still, the Blue Jays grgoalie abbed a lead when Tinney completed his first career hat trick with a 12-yard bouncer that eluded Princeton Eric Sanschagrin with 2:13 remaining. That set the stage for the late-game heroics that forced overtime and the extra-session game-winner from McBride. Princeton had the final possession of regulation and called timeout with 32 seconds remaining. Two shots that missed the cage were followed by a quick feed to the crease from Mike MacDonald that Ryan Ambler shoveled home with seven seconds left in regulation. A violation on the opening faceoff of overtime gave Princeton possession and the Blue Jays drew a pair of flags, including a two-minute non-releasable penalty. Hopkins got a big save from Eric Schneider on a Kip Orban shot while still playing two men short and the Blue Jays nearly cleared the ball before turning it over under pressure. A successful clear by the Tigers kept the pressure on with Hopkins still trying to kill the final 30 seconds of the longer penalty and Princeton finally capitalized with 67 seconds remaining in the first overtime when Riley Thompson slipped a pass across the crease to McBride, who flipped the game-winner into the open net on the backside. A late-game rally didn t seem like it would be necessary 10 minutes into the game as the Tigers had their 7-0 lead by then as MacDonald had a hat trick and Orban had a pair before Hopkins finally broke through. In all, Princeton scored on seven of eight first-quarter shots. A Brown goal for Johns Hopkins finally halted the Tigers run with 3:46 to play in the first quarter; Brown s goal ignited a six-goal run for the Blue Jays that took less than nine minutes and included five consecutive extra-man goals. Holden Cattoni closed the first quarter with an extra-man strike and then added another less than a minute into the second quarter before Blue Jay freshman Patrick Fraser put on an impressive shooting display with three straight extra-man goals in a span of just 80 seconds. His third goal capped the six-goal run and made it 7-6. In a game full of runs, it was the Tigers turn to answer as McBride, Ambler and Orban all scored in the final five minutes of the first half with only another goal by Cattoni answering for the Blue Jays during that time to account for a 10-7 Tiger lead at the half. The seven-goal deficit was a memory less than seven minutes into the second half as Tinney scored the first of his three second-half goals, Wells Stanwick got his hands free and scored on a dodge from behind and Brown blew home a 12-yarder. Ambler and Orban gave Princeton a lead as they bridged the third and fourth quarters with consecutive Tiger goals. Hopkins answered with the four-goal run that gave them the lead. That run was ultimately answered and capped by McBride s game-winner that sealed the seventh straight win in the series by the visiting team. Princeton got all 16 of its goals and 11 of its 13 assists on the day from its starting attack and first midfield unit. Orban punched up six points on four goals and two assists, while Ambler, MacDonald and McBride added three goals and two assists each. Five different players had exactly four points for Johns Hopkins as Fraser s career-best four goals led the way, while Tinney and Brown added three goals and one assist. Stanwick and Crawley both punched up one goal and three assists to round out JHU s four-point performers. Cattoni was just behind with his three-goal effort. #18 Princeton (3-0) /16 #12 Johns Hopkins (2-3) /15 Goals: P: Orban-4, MacDonald-3, Ambler-3, McBride-3, Currier-2, Hardej. J: Fraser-4, Brown-3, Cattoni-3, Tinney-3, W. Stanwick, Crawley. Assists: P: Currier-3, Ambler-2, Mac- Donald-2, McBride-2, Orban-2, Thompson-2. J: Crawley-3, W. Stanwick-3, S. Stanwick-2, Brown, Tinney. Saves: P: Sanschagrin-12. J: Schneider-4. Shots: P-34. J-37. EMO: P: 4-for-5. J: 7-for-10. Attendance: 1,217. BALTIMORE, MD The 17th-ranked Johns Hopkins men s lacrosse team jumped out to an 8-1 lead, held off a second-half rally by visiting Navy and got a combined six goals and four assists from brothers Wells and Shack Stanwick in a 13-8 victory at Homewood Field Saturday afternoon. The Blue Jays never TM trailed in running their winning streak against Navy at Homewood Field to 23 games. The Blue Jay offense, which netted 15 goals against Princeton last week, picked up right where it left off a week ago as Hopkins scored twice in the first 3:21, built a 5-1 lead by the end of the first quarter and pushed the lead to 8-1 midway through the second quarter. In crafting the 8-1 margin, Hopkins spread the wealth on offense as six different players scored for the Blue Jays during the spree. Junior attackman Ryan Brown netted both of his goals in an 11-second span late in the first quarter to quickly turn a 3-1 lead into a 5-1 advantage, while Shack Stanwick scored two of his three on the day during the run. Navy needed just 69 seconds late in the second quarter to grab some momentum heading into the half as Jack Ray used his size to get in tight on the edge and beat Blue Jay goalie Eric Schneider from the doorstep, while Patrick Keena added an extra-man goal with 2:03 left to account for an 8-3 score at the half. Any momentum Navy had built late in the first half was gone quickly in the third quarter as Hopkins scored three times in span of 20 seconds less than two minutes into the period to turn the 8-3 lead into an 11-3 advantage. Shack Stanwick was on the back-end of a perfect skip pass from fellow freshman Joel Tinney and scored into an open net with 14:08 on the clock, while Tinney added an unassisted goal 11 seconds later right off the faceoff. When Wells Stanwick polished off the third goal of the three goal spree 15 seconds later on a play that saw four different Blue Jays move the ball forward after the faceoff Hopkins had what appeared to be a comfortable 11-3 lead. Navy had other ideas and controlled the final nine minutes of the third quarter to pull within A T.J. Hanzsche goal with 9:06 on the clock started the run, which later included goals by Keena, Colin Flounlacker and Kevin Wendel in the final 4:13 of the third quarter to pull the Mids within four. While Hopkins put the game away with a two-goal surge in a 90-second span early in the fourth quarter on goals by Tinney and Wells Stanwick, it was the play of Schneider in the final 15 minutes that stood out. Schneider was replaced in goal for the final 3:30 of the third quarter after allowing the back-to-back goals by Keena and Flounlacker in a span of just 43 seconds. He returned for the fourth quarter and made six saves in the final 15 minutes, including several of the point-blank variety. Wells Stanwick paced the Blue Jays with three goals and three assists, while Shack Stanwick added three goals and one assist. Brown and Tinney each added two goals and one assist and junior Conor Reed, who opened the scoring in the game with an unassisted goal early in the first quarter, added one goal and one assist. Keena scored the two goals and added one assist, while Ray added two goals. Flounlacker and Wendell added one goal and one assist, but Navy went more than 22 minutes without scoring in the first half and tallied just once in the fourth quarter in falling to Johns Hopkins for the third straight year. Notes: Wells and Shack Stanwick are the first brothers at Johns Hopkins to post hat tricks in the same game since Dan and Conor Denihan did it against Notre Dame in the 2000 NCAA Quarterfinals (Dan Denihan had three goals that day Conor Denihan had three) Johns Hopkins is now under head coach Dave Pietramala against teams from the state of Maryland Wells Stanwick s six points give him 159 and he moves past Peter Scott ( ) and Matt Panetta ( ) into 18th-place on JHU s career scoring list Brown extended his goal-scoring streak to 22 games with his two goals today, while Wells Stanwick extended his pointscoring streak to 25 games with his six-point effort. Navy (3-3) /8 #17 Johns Hopkins (3-3) /13 Goals: N: Keena-2, Ray-2, Flounlacker, Wendel, Hanzsche, Plumer. J: W. Stanwick-3, S. Stanwick-3, Brown-2, Tinney-2, Reed, Dismuke, Eissler. Assists: N: Spencer, Flounlacker, Gaine, Keena, Wendel. J: W. Stanwick-3, Brown, Crawley, Reed, S Stanwick, Tinney. Saves: N: Connors-6. J: Schneider-10, Ryan-0. Shots: N-30. J-30. EMO: N: 1-for-4. J: 2-for-6. Attendance: 1,484.

30 2015 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game-by-Game Recaps Game 7 - Syracuse March 14, 2015 SYRACUSE, NY - In a game of runs, it was top-ranked Syracuse that had the longest one and the last one as the Orange rallied from an early four-goal deficit and knocked off visiting Johns Hopkins, 13-10, at the Carrier Dome Saturday afternoon. Syracuse improves to 6-0 on the year with the victory, while the Blue Jays slip to 3-4 with the loss. Johns Hopkins trailed by three late in the second quarter before rallying to tie and later trailed by two before knotting the game at with back-to-back extra-man goals in the first 2:06 of the fourth quarter. But it was Syracuse goalie Bobby Wardwell who came up with the key play as he got a foot on a Ryan Brown shot with just under eight minutes remaining; Syracuse came up with the ground ball and Kevin Rice found Dylan Donahue alone on the backside in transition to make it with 7:39 to play. An unassisted goal by Henry Schoonmaker just over 90 seconds later and an empty net goal by Randy Staats with 1:22 left closed out the scoring for the Orange. Hopkins had gotten off to the quick started it needed as the Blue Jays led 3-0 less than six minutes into the game on the strength of goals by Kieran Eissler, Brown and Connor Reed. SU got one back less than a minute after Reed s goal as Hakeem Lecky dodged from the top and smoothly worked his way in tight to make it 3-1, but Brown and John Crawley scored in a 31-second span a short time later to give Hopkins a 5-1 lead less than 11 minutes into the game. Hopkins led 5-2 at the end of the first quarter and still had the three-goal lead as the second-quarter clocked ticked under the eight-minute mark, but a Schoonmaker strike ignited a 6-0 spurt for the Orange that turned the 5-2 deficit into an 8-5 lead. Six different players scored during the spree for the Orange, who fired 14 shots at Blue Jay goalie Eric Schneider in the second quarter. The brothers Stanwick got the Blue Jays even at 8-8 as Wells Stanwick came from behind the goal and got his hands free late in the second quarter to make it 8-6 at the half and Shack Stanwick scored consecutive goals just over two minutes apart midway through the third to knot the game. Coupled with his previous goal, the goal Wells Stanwick scored and two goals earlier in the day by older sister Covie Stanwick for Boston College, Shack Stanwick s second goal was the 1,000th for a member of the Stanwick family at the college level. After fighting back from the three-goal deficit, the Blue Jays found themselves down by two at the end of the third quarter as Staats scooped up the loose change in front of the goal and fired one home from 10 yards and Nicky Galasso scored from in tight on a quick feed to the crease from Rice with just 35 seconds remaining in the third quarter. Hopkins took advantage of a pair of Syracuse penalties early in the fourth quarter as Crawley fired one home off the post from the wing and freshman Patrick Fraser blew one under the crossbar from the opposite wing just over 90 seconds later to make it Wardwell, who had just two saves in the first three quarters, came up with the key save on Brown five minutes later and the Donahue goal followed quickly after to jump-start the game-deciding spree for Syracuse. Staats led Syracuse with four goals, while Galasso and Schoonmaker added two goals each. The Orange got another strong performance at the X from Ben Williams, who won 16-of-27 faceoffs and had a game-high 11 ground balls. Williams 11 ground balls fueled a decisive win for SU in that category as the Orange won the ground ball battle Brown and Shack Stanwick had two goals and two assists each, while Eissler and Wells Stanwick added one goal and one assist each. Schneider won the goalie battle as he posted 13 saves. #17 Johns Hopkins (3-4) /10 #1 Syracuse (6-0) /13 Goals: J: Bronw-2, S. Stanwick-2, Crawley-2, W. Stanwick, Eissler, Fraser, Reed. S: Staats-4, Schoonmaker-2, Galasso-2, Rice, Donahus, Lecky, Barber, Ciferi. Assists: J: Brown-2, S. Stanwick-2, Eissler, W. Stanwick. S: Rice-3, Donahue-2, Salcido, Schoonmaker. Saves: J: Schneider-13. S: Wardwell-5. Shots: J-40, S-41. EMO: J: 2-for-4. S: 1-for-1. Attendance: 5,778.

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