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1 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game 15 - Stony Brook HOPKINS Contact: Ernie Larossa - Associate AD/Athletic Communications Newton White Athletic Center Johns Hopkins University 3400 N. Charles St. Baltimore, MD / (o) 410/ (c) 181 First Team All-Americans 44 National Championships 41 Straight NCAA Tournaments 18 NCAA Championship Games 9 NCAA Titles 2012 Schedule Feb. 17 Towson (ESPNU) W/ #16 Delaware (ESPNU) W/ Siena (ESPNU) W/9-5 Mar. #12 Princeton (ESPNU) W/ Manhattan (ESPNU) W/ vs. UMBC (ESPN3.com) + W/ #6 Syracuse (ESPNU) W/11-7 #1 Virginia (ESPNU) (OT) W/11-10 Apr. 1 vs. #11 North Carolina (ESPNU) # L/ Albany (ESPNU) W/ #9 Maryland (ESPNU) L/6-9 Navy (CBS Sports Network) L/2-8 #1 Loyola (OT) W/10-9 May 5 Army (ESPNU) - Homecoming W/ Stony Brook (NCAA 1st Rd.) (ESPNU) 3 pm + Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic (M&T Bank Stad.) # Konica Minolta Big City Classic (Met Life Stad.) Coaching Staff Head Coach:...Dave Pietramala Alma Mater:... Johns Hopkins 90 Career Record/Yrs: (.724) 15th Year Record at Johns Hopkins/Yrs: (.757) 12th Year Pietramala at home (JHU only): (.860) Pietramala away (JHU only): (.694) Pietramala neutral (JHU only): (.538) Pietramala in the NCAA Tourn. (JHU): (.690) Pietramala in the NCAA Tourn. (all): (.667) Pietramala vs. Top 10 (JHU only): (.598) Pietramala vs. Top 5 (JHU only): (.519) Associate Head Coach: Bill Dwan... (Johns Hopkins 91 - Defense) Assistant Coaches: Bobby Benson... (Johns Hopkins 03 - Off. Coordinator) Jamison Koesterer...(Johns Hopkins 07 - Faceoffs/Off.) Lacrosse Office Phone:...410/ Head Athletic Trainer:...Brad Mountcastle Strength Coach:...Jay Dyer (Delaware 96) About the Blue Jays Captains:...Chris Boland, Marshall Burkhart, Eric DiProspero 2011 Record: Final USILA Rank (Final Reg. Season Poll):... No Postseason:... NCAA Quarterfinals Starters Returning/Lost:... 9/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:... 35/8 All-Time Record: (.753) 125th year National Championships: NCAA Titles:...9 (1974, 78-80, 84-85, 87, 2005, 07) Sports Information Assoc. AD/Dir. of Athletic Communications:... Ernie Larossa Larossa Office Phone:...410/ Larossa Home Phone:...410/ Larossa Cell Phone:...410/ Larossa Fax:...410/ Larossa Assistant SIDs:... Jill Olsen, Mary Raskob Olsen/Raskob Office Phone:...410/ /0591 Internet Address:... Stony Brook (7-9) at #7 Johns Hopkins (11-3) NCAA First Round TV: ESPNU Hopkins Radio: ESPN 1300 AM (Baltimore, MD) May 13, pm Homewood Field Baltimore, Maryland The Game: Seventh-ranked and second-seeded Johns Hopkins (11-3) welcomes Stony Brook to Homewood Field for the first round of the 2012 NCAA Division I Men s Lacrosse Tournament. Faceoff is set for 3 pm on Sunday, May 13 with a live national television broadcast on ESPNU. Last Time Out: Johns Hopkins closed the regular season with a 13-6 win over Army on Homecoming last Saturday at Homewood Field. Stony Brook punched its ticket to the NCAA Tournament by winning the America East Tournament last week. The Seawolves topped Hartford, 9-8, in the semifinals and Albany, 14-8, in Saturday s championship game. A Look Ahead: The winner of this week s first round game between Johns Hopkins and Stony Brook will advance to the quarterfinals to take on the winner of the first round game between seventh-seeded Lehigh and Maryland. That quarterfinal game will take place on Saturday, May 19 at Navy. Noting JHU in the NCAA Tournament: Johns Hopkins is making its 41st consecutive appearance in the NCAA Tournament. By comparison, the next five longest active streaks of qualifying for the NCAA In Men s Lacrosse Tournament add up to 37 consecutive appearances (Maryland-10, Virginia-8, The last time Johns Hopkins failed to qualify for the NCAA Tournament was What was life like in 1971? Notre Dame-7, Duke-6, North Carolina-6). Here are a few items to consider: Home in the NCAAs - Historically: This week s game against Stony Brook will be the 48th home NCAA Tournament game in school history. The Blue Jays will carry a 43-4 (.915) record in home playoff games into this weeks game against the Seawolves. Home in the NCAAs Under Pietramala: Johns Hopkins is 10-0 all-time at Homewood Field in NCAA Tournament games under head coach Dave Pietramala. Television/Radio Information Television: This week s Johns Hopkins-Stony Brook NCAA men s lacrosse first round game will air live on ESPNU. Mike Corey will handle the play-by-play and Mark Dixon will provide the analysis. Radio: Johns Hopkins men s lacrosse games air locally in the Baltimore area on ESPN Radio 1300 AM. The games are also available on the internet at Joe Miller provides all the play-by-play with former Blue Jay All-America goalie Larry Quinn providing analysis. Cost of a gallon of gas 40 cents Cost of a movie ticket $1.50 Cost of a 1st class stamp 8 cents Average cost of a new house $25,250 Average income $10,600 Joe Frazier beat Muhammad Ali in the first of their three fights to retain his heavyweight title. Baltimore Colts beat Dallas, 16-13, in the Super Bowl. The Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Baltimore Orioles in seven games to win the World Series. UCLA wins its fifth straight NCAA basketball title and the seventh of 10 the Bruins would win under John Wooden.

2 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game 15 - Stony Brook USILA Coaches Poll May 7, 2012 Rk. Team Points 1. UMass (8) Loyola (1) Duke Lehigh Notre Dame North Carolina Johns Hopkins Virginia Colgate Maryland Yale Princeton Denver Penn State Fairfield Syracuse Cornell Drexel Villanova Bucknell 12 Receiving Votes: Bryant, Ohio State, St. John s, Georgetown, Brown, Robert Morris The Johns Hopkins Sports Information Office uses the USILA Poll to reflect JHU s ranking at the time of a game. Nike/Inside Lacrosse Media Poll May 7, 2012 Rk. Team Points 1. UMass (14) Loyola (4) Duke Notre Dame North Carolina Virginia Johns Hopkins Lehigh Colgate Maryland Yale Princeton Denver Syracuse Fairfield Penn State Cornell Ohio State Bryant St. John s 22 Receiving Votes: Drexel, Villanova, Robert Morris, Bucknell, Stony Brook, Canisius, Georgetown, Navy Johns Hopkins Week-by-Week in the Polls USILA Coaches Nike/Media Preseason 2nd 3rd February 20 3rd 2nd February 27 2nd 2nd March 5 2nd 2nd March 12 2nd 2nd March 19 2nd 2nd March 26 1st 1st April 2 3rd 3rd April 9 3rd 3rd April 16 6th 7th Apirl 23 10th 11th April 30 10th 8th May 7 7th 7th More About JHU at Home in the NCAAs: Here are a few additional notes about Johns Hopkins playing at home in the NCAAs: JHU has won 16 straight home playoff games. Hopkins last loss at home in the NCAAs was an 11-8 loss to Syracuse in the 1991 quarterfinals Hopkins has outscored the opposition in its 10 NCAA home playoff games under head coach Dave Pietramala. Johns Hopkins has scored 10 or more goals in 11 straight home playoff games Series History: Johns Hopkins and Stony Brook are meeting for the first time. The teams shared six common opponents this season with JHU posting a 6-0 record against those teams, while Stony Brook was 4-3. Below is a look at the comparative scores against common opponents this season: JHU Stony Brook Result Result Virginia W/11-10 (OT) L/5-12 Delaware W/8-6 W/7-6 Towson W/12-6 L/9-10 Siena W/9-5 L/11-12 UMBC W/12-5 W/10-8 Albany W/17-6 W/12-11 & 14-8 These are the Facts: Johns Hopkins enters this week s game against Stony Brook with an all-time record of (.753). The Blue Jays own nine NCAA titles, 29 USILA titles and six ILA titles for a total of 44 national championships. A Win For Johns Hopkins Would... Advance Johns Hopkins to the NCAA Quarterfinals for the 39th time in 41 appearances in the NCAA Tournament. Give the Blue Jays 12 wins for the seventh time in 12 seasons under head coach Dave Pietramala. Give JHU 12 wins for the 17th time in school history. Improve Johns Hopkins overall home winning streak in the month of May to 25 games. JHU last lost a home game in the month of May on May 2, 1992 when Towson topped the Blue Jays, Improve Hopkins record to 33-9 (.786) under head coach Dave Pietramala in games played in the month of May. JHU s Tentative Lineup (Subject to Change) Attack 32 Chris Boland 13g, 9a 45 Zach Palmer 23g, 23a 92 Brandon Benn 24g, 6a 1st Midfield 31 John Ranagan 14g, 7a 27 Rob Guida 16g, 7a 16 Lee Coppersmith 14g, 0a 2nd Midfield Defense Goalie 77 Mark Goodrich 8g, 2a 10 Greg Edmonds 5g, 1a 42 Wells Stanwick 8g, 13a 51 Tucker Durkin 0g, 1a, 30 GBs 19 Chris Lightner 0g, 0a, 16 GBs 44 Gavin Crisafulli 0g, 0a, 22 GBs 33 Pierce Bassett 7.08 GAA,.542 save % Faceoff Specialist 29 Mike Poppleton 139-of-228 (.610) 76 Drew Kennedy 25-of-47 (.532) All-Time Winningest Division I Men s Lacrosse Programs 1. Johns Hopkins (11-3) Syracuse (9-7) Navy (6-6) Maryland (9-5) Army (7-8) Hobart (4-9) Career Win Number 150: Johns Hopkins head coach Dave Pietramala picked up career win number 150 with the 12-6 victory vs. Towson in the season opener. He now sports an all-time record of (.724), including a (.757) record at Johns Hopkins. He ranks second all-time in school history in career coaching victories as only Hall of Fame coach Bob Scott (158 wins from ) has more victories than Pietramala while patrolling the sidelines at Homewood. Representing the Stars and Stripes: Johns Hopkins head coach Dave Pietramala will serve as an assistant coach for the United States at at the 2014 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championships in Denver Colorado. Pietramala will serve under Richie Meade, the head coach at Navy from Durkin, Bassett Among Tewaaraton Nominees: Johns Hopkins placed two players among the top 25 men s nominees for the 2012 Tewaaraton Award it was announced on April 25. Juniors Tucker Durkin (D) and Pierce Bassett (G) are among the 25, making Johns Hopkins one of just five schools with two nominees. The 12th-annual Tewaaraton Award will be presented to the top male and female lacrosse players on May 31 at the Smithsonian Institution s National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. Durkin is one of just three close defensemen among the final 25, while Bassett is one of just four goalies among the final 25. LSM SSDM 43 Jack Reilly 1g, 0a, 21 GBs 34 Michael Pellegrino 0g, 0a, 30 GBs 28 Marshall Burkhart 1g, 1a, 19 GBs 36 Nikhon Schuler 0g, 0a, 1 GBs

3 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game 15 - Stony Brook Johns Hopkins Record... In Under Curr Petro Streak Overall: W2 At home: W1 On the road: W1 At a neutral site: L1 On artificial turf: W2 On grass: W2 On Sportexe / Fieldturf: W2 During the day: W2 At night: L1 In overtime: W3 In one-goal games: W6 On television: W1 In weekday games: W17 On the weekend (Sat/Sun.): W2 Against teams ranked 1-5: W2 Against teams ranked 6-10: L1 Against teams ranked 11-20: L1 Against unranked teams: W1 Leading after one quarter: W19 Leading at the half: W2 Leading after three quarters: W17 Trailing after one quarter: L1 Trailing at the half: L2 Trailing after three quarters: L3 Tied after one quarter: L2 Tied at the half: W9 Tied after three quarters: L1 Scoring first: W2 Opponent scores first: L2 Scoring 10 or more goals: W24 Scoring less than 10 goals: L3 Allowing 10 or more goals: L1 Allowing less than 10 goals: W2 Getting more ground balls: W8 Getting less ground balls: L3 Ground balls equal: W1 Winning more faceoffs: W1 Opp. wins more faceoffs: W1 Faceoffs equal: W3 Working Overtime: The Blue Jays have won their last three overtime games dating back to last season and are now 19-9 all-time in overtime under head coach Dave Pietramala. Play it and They Will Come: Johns Hopkins played in front of its second sellout crowd in three weeks at Loyola (April 28) as LU sold all 6,000 tickets available for its home game against JHU. JHU also played in front of a packed house of 8,500 on April 14 when Maryland visited Homewood Field. Playing in front of large crowds is nothing new for the Blue Jays, who lead the nation in average attendance for all games played (6,876). Below are the top five teams in the nation in average attendance in School Games Avg. Attendance Johns Hopkins 14 6,876 Syracuse 14 5,614 Virginia 14 5,329 North Carolina 15 4,904 Notre Dame 12 4,558 Six Over Six: The crowd of 6,000 that watched the Johns Hopkins-Loyola game on April 28 was the sixth crowd of 6,000 or more that Johns Hopkins has played in front of in Eight of Nine: Johns Hopkins has played in front of a crowd of 5,130 or more in eight of its last nine games. Five of Top 10: There have been 10 crowds of 6,500 or more at a Division I men s lacrosse game this season and Johns Hopkins has been a participant in five of the 10. Below are the 10 largest crowds to witness a game this season. Big City Classic + April 1 25,934 Air Ohio State April 21 19,213 Face-Off Classic ^ March 10 17,138 Johns Navy April 21 11,917 Mile High Classic & April 27 12,282 Army April 14 10,192 Johns Hopkins April 14 8,500 Virginia April 13 7,234 North Carolina vs. Penn State Feb. 11 6,913 Johns Virginia March 24 6,899 + Johns Hopkins played North Carolina at the Big City Classic. Other games at the BCC were Notre Dame vs. St. John s and Duke vs. Syracuse ^ Johns Hopkins played UMBC at the Face-Off Classic. Other games at the FOC were Princeton vs. North Carolina and Virginia vs. Cornell. & Virginia played Penn and Duke played Denver in the Mile High Classic. Against Number One: The 10-9 overtime victory at Loyols (April 28) was JHU s second win of the season against a team ranked number one in the nation. Earlier this season (March 24) the Blue Jays knocked off then top-ranked Virginia, 11-10, in overtime. The game against Loyola was also the 11th Johns Hopkins has played against a team ranked number one under head coach Dave Pietramala. The Blue Jays are now 7-4 in their 11 games against the nation s topranked team under his guidance. This is the first time in school history that Johns Hopkins has defeated a top-ranked team twice on the road in the same season. Close Calls: Eight of the 11 games Johns Hopkins has played against teams ranked number one under head coach Dave Pietramala have been decided by one goal. JHU is 6-2 in those eight one-goal games. Below is a list of JHU s 11 games against the nation s top-ranked team under Pietramala: Syracuse W/ Princeton W/ Syracuse W/ Virginia W/8-7 Virginia L/ Duke (N) W/ Virginia L/15-16 Virginia L/6-15 Syracuse (2OT) L/4-5 Virginia (OT) W/11-10 Loyola (OT) W/10-9

4 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game 15 - Stony Brook Streaking: In case you didn t notice, Johns Hopkins is 19-4 in its last 23 games, 24-6 since the start of the 2011 season and 26-8 in its last 34 games. Striking the First Blow: Johns Hopkins scored on its first shot of the game seven times in 2011 and has already turned the trick six times this season. JHU has scored on its first (6x) or second (5x) shot of the game a total of 11 times in 14 games this season. Below is a look at JHU s early-game shooting prowess this season: Time of JHU Opponent 1st Goal (Qtr.) Shot # Towson 12:01 (1) 2 Delaware 9:37 (1) 1 Siena 14:10 (1) 1 Princeton 10:02 (1) 2 Manhattan 4:25 (1) 4 UMBC 10:32 (1) 2 Syracuse 14:25 (1) 1 Virginia 4:19 (1) 4 North Carolina 10:47 (1) 2 Albany 14:23 (1) 1 Maryland 12:44 (1) 1 Navy 4:29 (2) 15 Loyola 12:19 (1) 1 Army 8:47 (1) 2 Attack Oriented: Despite being forced to start five different players in three different combinations, the starting attack units the Blue Jays have trotted out have been effective and efficient. The unit has combined for 66 goals and 46 assists (8.0 points per game) through 14 games. Below is a game-by-game look at the production of the starting attack units the Blue Jays have fielded this season. Opponent Starters Totals Towson Boland (4g), Palmer (3g, 3a), Benn (2g) 9g, 3a #16 Delaware Palmer (1a), Benn (3g, 1a), Stanwick (1g, 2a) 4g, 4a Siena Palmer (2g, 2a), Benn (1g), Stanwick (2g, 1a) 5g, 3a #12 Princeton Palmer (1g, 3a), Benn (1g), Kaestner (2g) 4g, 3a Manhattan Palmer (1g, 1a), Benn (1g), Kaestner (1g, 1a) 3g, 2a UMBC Palmer (3g, 5a), Benn (3g, 2a), Kaestner (1g, 1a) 7g, 8a #6 Syracuse Palmer (1g), Benn (4g, 1a), Kaestner (0g, 0a) 5g, 1a #1 Virginia Palmer (1g, 1a), Benn (3g), Stanwick (1g, 2a) 5g, 3a #11 UNC Palmer (1g, 1a), Benn (2g), Stanwick (0g, 3a) 3g, 4a Albany Boland (3g, 2a), Palmer (2g, 2a), Benn (1g, 1a) 6g, 5a #9 Maryland Boland (1g, 1a), Palmer (0g, 0a), Benn (1g) 2g, 1a Navy Boland (0g, 0a), Palmer (1g), Benn (1a) 1g, 1a #1 Loyola Boland (2a), Palmer (2g, 2a), Benn (0g, 0a) 2g, 4a Army Boland (3g, 2a), Palmer (5g, 2a), Benn (2g) 10g, 4a Totals 66g, 46a Helmet Stickers and Uniform Patches The Johns Hopkins men s lacrosse team is wearing various stickers on its helmets this season and one commemorative patch on its jerseys. Below is a quick look at what each of these represents: Helmet Stickers JB 33 Janis Berzins Played at JHU from and recently passed away BK Buzzy 49 Bob Kearney JHU super fan - recently passed away Buzzy Budnitz Played at JHU in the 1950s - Lax Hall of Famer who recenty passed away NK Nathan Krasnopoler JHU undergraduate struck by a motorist and killed in 2011 Uniform Patch Olympic Patch ( ) Patch celebrates JHU s representation in the Olympics 80 years ago (1932). Added this Olympic year. Please note that tape added to an individual player s facemask is something that player has added himself and is not being worn by entire team. Scouting the Seawolves Stony Brook Quickly: Stony Brook comes to Homewood Field for the first time as the Seawolves take on the Blue Jays in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Stony Brook claimed the America East Conference title to earn its way into the field of 16. Bouncing Back: Few teams enter the tournament as hot as the Seawolves (7-9), who have made a remarkable turnaround over the last six weeks. Stony Brook dropped its first three games and stood at 1-7 after a 10-9 double overtime loss to Bryant on March 24, but rebounded to win three straight after that and six of eight since then to earn its way into the tournament for the second time in three years. Close Calls: Advantage Stony Brook if this week s game is tight in the fourth quarter. The Seawolves have played nine one-goal games this season and three others were decided by three goals or less. That experience should pay dividends in a close, late-game situation. Balance at the Top: The Seawolves are led offensively by five players with 26 or more points. Leading the way is freshman attackman Mike Rooney with 33 goals and 12 assists, while junior attackman Jeff Tundo counts 16 goals and a teamhigh 26 assists to his credit. Stony Brook is averaging 9.88 goals per game on the year, but has bumped that mark to 11.1 during the recent eight-game surge. Defense Improves as Season Unfolds: The Stony Brook defense may have been the key to the turnaround the team enjoyed this season. After allowing 10 or more goals in seven of its first eight games, the Wolves have held six of their last eight opponents to nine goals or less. Holding teams under 10 is the key to vicory for SBU, which is 6-1 when allowing less than 10 goals, but 1-8 when allowing 10+. Notes of Interest: Stony Brook ranks eighth in the nation in team shooting percentage (.320) and is tied with JHU for 11th in extra-man offense (.429) One area of concern for the Seawolves is faceoffs; SBU ranks 59th nationlly in FO win % (.385) Schedule/Results Feb. Fairfield L/10-13 #1 Virginia L/5-12 Mar. 3 Marist L/9-10 #18 Delaware W/ St. John s L/ Towson L/9-10 Siena L/11-12 Bryant (2OT) L/ Vermont + W/13-5 Apr. Binghamton + W/13-5 UMBC + W/ Yale (OT) L/ Hartford + (OT) L/10-11 Albany + W/12-11 May 2 Hartford ^ W/9-8 5 Albany ^ W/14-8 #7 Johns Hopkins * 3 pm + America East Game ^ American East Tournament (Stony Brook, NY) * NCAA Tournament Game

5 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game 15 - Stony Brook On the Flip Side: While the Blue Jay attack is collectively averaging 8.0 points per game, the Blue Jay defense has not been nearly as giving. In fact, the starting attack units Johns Hopkins has faced this season have totaled just 47 goals and 25 assists (5.14 points per game). Opponent Starting Attack Scoring Breakdown Towson 2g, 2a #16 Delaware 3g, 3a Siena 2g, 1a #12 Princeton 3g, 2a Manhattan 0g, 0a UMBC 3g, 3a #6 Syracuse 5g, 1a #1 Virginia 4g, 3a #11 North Carolina 6g, 4a Albany 4g, 1a #9 Maryland 5g, 1a Navy 4g, 2a #1 Loyola 4g, 1a Army 2g, 1a Totals 47g, 25a Bassett Now 24-6 in Last 30 Starts: Junior goalie Pierce Bassett picked up his 27th career victory in goal with the 13-6 win over Army. Bassett is now 24-6 in his last 30 starts dating back to the start of the 2011 season and counts a career record to his credit. Through 14 games Bassett currently ranks fifth in the nation in goals against average (7.08) and 20th in save percentage (.542). Bassett concluded his first full season as the starter for the Blue Jays last season and posted a 7.07 goals against average and a.570 save percentage. He finished fifth in the nation in GAA and 10th in save percentage. Bassett s 7.07 goals against average is the second best by a JHU goalie since 1993 (Jesse Schwartman s 6.68 GAA in 2005 is the best since records became available in 93). Boland Returns: Senior attackman Chris Boland returned to the lineup against North Carolina after missing seven consecutive games with an injury he suffered 35 minutes into the season opener against Towson. Boland scored twice and dished out a pair of assists against the Tar Heels and came back with a three-goal, two-assist showing against Albany and a one-goal, one-assist effort against Maryland to push his season totals to 10 goals and five assists. He had 13-game goal and point-scoring streaks snapped at Navy, but tallied a pair of assists at Loyola and three goals and two assists against Army. Boland pushed his career totals to 79 goals and 47 assists for 126 points with his effort against Army. He now has 11 career hat tricks, 30 career multi-point games and 19 games with four points or more. Stanwick in Rare Company: Freshman Wells Stanwick scored the fifth goal in JHU s game-opening 5-0 run at top-ranked Loyola and added the final goal in a 4-1 game-opening run in the win last week over Army. Stanwick has eight goals and 13 assists for 21 points in 11 games played. He missed three games early in the season with an injury, but still ranks second on the team in assists and tied for fifth in points. Stanwick ran his streak of consecutive multi-point games to seven with one goal and two assists in the win over Albany before being held scoreless by Maryland and Navy. Consecutive Multi-Point Games To Open Career at JHU (Since 1992 Freshman Only) Terry Riordan ( ) 18 Wells Stanwick (2012) 7 Steven Boyle (2007) 5 Michael Kimmel (2007) 5 Dan Denihan (1996) 3 His run of seven straight multi-point games to open his career is the longest by a Johns Hopkins player (freshmen only - not transfers) since all-time leading scorer Terry Riordan opened his career with 18 consecutive multi-point games from Breaking It Down: Johns Hopkins totaled 179 goals and 99 assists in 2011 and those 279 points were spread pretty well throughout the lineup; that balance is evident again this season. There are several ways of looking at the production, including by class and by position. Below is a breakdown of JHU s production by class this season: G A P Seniors/Grad. Students Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Below is a breakdown of JHU s offensive production broken down by position. G A P Attackmen Midfielders Defensemen/LSM Offensive Notes of Interest: Below are several notes of interest about the JHU offense: JHU has scored at least one goal in 51 of 56 quarters this season and two or more in 42 of the 56 quarters. For all the talk about JHU being a slow down team, the Blue Jays are averaging 35.9 shots per game. That number compares favorably to JHU s averages in 2005 (38.1) and 2007 (36.3) - the most recent years in which Johns Hopkins won the national championship. Johns Hopkins ranks 27th in the nation in scoring offense (10.07), 11th in extraman offense (.429) and ninth in scoring margin (+3.07). Defensive Notes of Interest: Below are several notes of interest about the JHU defense: Hopkins is surrendering an average of just 28.7 shots per game. JHU has held the opposition scoreless in 16 of 56 quarters this season (28.6%). The Blue Jays rank fourth in the nation in scoring defense (7.00), 15th in mandown defense (.737) and ninth in scoring margin (+3.07) this season. Johns Hopkins has held each of its 14 opponents scoreless for a stretch of at least 14:25 and 10 of the 13 have gone scoreless for 19:30 or longer. Below is a look at the lengthy scoring droughts each of JHU s opponents have had this season: Scoring JHU Run Opponent Drought During Drought Towson 31: #16 Delaware 29: Siena 19: #12 Princeton 25: Manhattan 60: UMBC 25: #6 Syracuse 20: #1 Virginia 14: #11 North Carolina 20: Albany 24: Albany 15: #9 Maryland 14: Navy 20: #1 Loyola 18: Army 15: Now That s a Drought: The Johns Hopkins defense did not allow an even-strength goal for an amazing stretch of 116:37 from late in the win at Princeton through early in the fourth quarter of the win over UMBC. All-Time CoSIDA Academic All-Americans Division I Men s Lacrosse Johns Hopkins 8 Cornell 6 Princeton 5 Duke 5 Syracuse 4

6 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game 15 - Stony Brook About the Shutout: Shutouts in college lacrosse are rare, but JHU notched one with the 11-0 victory over Manhattan on March 6. Prior to that, the Blue Jays had last posted a shutout on March 26, 1988, when they knocked off Princeton, 9-0. The shutout vs. Manhattan was the 61st in JHU history with 57 of those coming prior to Poll Position: The Blue Jays check in at number seven in both the USILA Coaches Poll and the Nike/Inside Lacrosse Media Poll this week. 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 Poll Position: Including this week s USILA Poll, there have been 396 weekly polls since the inception of the poll in Amazingly, JHU has been ranked in the top 20 in 394 of those 396 polls. The Blue Jays have been in the top 10 in 373 of the 396 and the top five in 295 of those 396. 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: 396 Total Weeks at #1: 104 Weeks in top 5: 295 Weeks in top 10: 373 Weeks in top 20: 394 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) Home Cookin : Johns Hopkins had its 12-game home winning streak snapped with the 9-6 loss to Maryland on April 14. The streak is the second-longest under head coach Dave Pietramala, who picked up his 75th career victory at Homewood Field with the win earlier this season against Delaware. Hopkins sports an (.860) record in home games during his career at JHU. JHU won a school and national-record 37 straight home games from under Pietramala s guidance and the recent 12-game home winning streak is the fourth home streak of seven wins or more since he arrived. Below is a look at JHU s longest home winning streaks under Pietramala: Streak Began Ended 37 April 3, 2001 March 4, March 9, 2011 April 14, 2012 State Rivalries: Without question the Blue Jays play one of the most difficult schedules in the nation and a big part of the schedule are the in-state rivalries the Blue Jays have. Including wins this season vs. Towson, UMBC and Loyola and losses to Maryland and Navy, JHU is 56-6 (.903) against teams from Maryland under head coach Dave Pietramala. Below is a breakdown of JHU s record against teams from the state of Maryland under Pietramala. Loyola 12-0 Maryland 8-4 Mount St. Mary s 4-0 Navy 11-2 Towson 13-0 UMBC 8-0 First to 900: Johns Hopkins 10-6 win at Towson in the 2011 season opener not only got the season off on the right foot for the Blue Jays, but also made history. The win was the 900th all-time in school history, making Johns Hopkins the first program to record 900 all-time wins. JHU now has 923 all-time wins. That s 626 Games Over.500: The Blue Jays all-time record is now (.753)... that s 626 games over.500. To put this in perspective: JHU has played an average of just over 15 games per season under head coach Dave Pietramala. Using a 15-game season as a reference, if the Blue Jays posted a 5-10 record for 125 straight seasons, they would still be six games over.500. Johns Hopkins and the NCAA Tournament Johns Hopkins Earns 41st Straight NCAA Bid: Johns Hopkins earned its record 41st straight bid to the NCAA Tournament with its selection to this year s championship. The 41 consecutive appearances is the longest active streak of qualifying for the NCAA Tournament in any NCAA Division I Team sport. The Blue Jays missed the inaugural NCAA Men s Lacrosse Tournament in 1971, but have qualified for every tournament since. Quarterfinals 20 of Last 21: Johns Hopkins had its 19-year run of advancing to the NCAA Quarterfinals snapped in 2010 when the Blue Jays lost in the first round to eventual national champion Duke. Still, with last year s trip the quarterfinals, JHU has advanced to the quarterfinals in 20 of the last 21 seasons. A Regular at the Final Four: Johns Hopkins has advanced to the NCAA Semifinals 28 times (since 1972). To put that in perspective, only three other teams (Virginia, Maryland and Syracuse) 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 Consecutive Appearances (Active) NCAA Men s Lacrosse Tournament 1. Johns Hopkins 41 (1972-) 2. Maryland 10 (2003-) 3. Virginia 8 (2005-) 4. Notre Dame 7 (2006-) 5T. Duke 6 (2007-) North Carolina 6 (2007-) Consecutive NCAA Tournament Appearancs (Active) By Division I Men s Team Sports 1. Johns Hopkins (Lacrosse) 41 (1972) 2. Miami of Florida (Baseball) 39 (1973) 3. Virginia (Soccer) 31 (1981) 4. Kansas (Basketball) 23 (1990) 5. Michigan (Hockey) 22 (1991) Overall Appearances NCAA Men s Lacrosse Tournament 1. Johns Hopkins 41 2T. Maryland 35 Virginia Syracuse 32 5, North Carolina Navy Cornell Princeton Massachusetts Loyola 18

7 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game 15 - Stony Brook Pierce Bassett (Jr./G) Noteworthy: Among final 25 Tewaaraton Nominees in 37 career starts in goal 24-6 in last 30 starts Ranks fifth in the nation in GAA (7.08) and 21st in save percentage (.542). 2012: Boasts a 7.08 GAA and a.542 save percentage Opened the season with seven saves while allowing six goals vs. Towson and came back with six saves against six goals allowed vs. Delaware Punched up a season-high 10 saves while allowing five goals vs. Siena and made nine saves, including several of the point-blank variety, in a 10-8 win at Princeton Registered seven saves in 45 minutes of action in an 11-0 win over Manhattan as JHU posted its first shutout since 1988 Came back with nine saves and five goals allowed in 12-5 win over UMBC, nine more saves in a win over sixth-ranked Syracuse and nine saves in the overtime win at #1 Virginia... first JHU goalie to beat the Cavaliers in Charlottesville since Brian Carcaterra in 1998 Totaled 12 saves in a 13-9 loss to #11 North Carolina in the Big City Classic Totaled 11 saves and allowed five goals in 55:03 to secure 25th career win with a 17-6 win over Albany and notched nine saves in 10-9 overtime win at top-ranked Loyola. 2011: Earned Second Team USILA All-America honors - the first sophomore goalie at JHU to earn All-America honors since Jesse Schwartzman in 2005 Finished fifth nationally in goals against average and 10th in save percentage. Bassett s s Career Statistics Year GP/S Mins. Svs. GA Sv. % GAA GBs /7 424: /16 933: /14 822: Totals 38/37 2,179: Bassett s Career Highs Saves: 20, vs #8 Loyola (5-8-10) 16, vs. #1 Syracuse ( ) 14, vs. #2 Virginia ( ) 14, vs. Navy ( ) Brandon Benn (So./A) Noteworthy: Has surpassed his goal, assist and point totals of a year ago with 24 goals, six assists and 30 points Has scored at least one goal in 14 of last 17 games dating back to last season 27 of 29 career goals have come in last 17 games. 2012: Leads the team in goals (24) and ranks second in points (30) Scored two goals on three shots in seasonopening win vs. Towson and came back with first career hat trick and a career-high four points in the win vs. Delaware Tallied once against Siena - goal was the second in a three-goal run for JHU to close the game Scored second goal in a 4-1 fourth-quarter run that fueled a 10-8 win at Princeton and added a strike against Manhattan Notched second career hat trick and career-highs of two assists and five points in 12-5 win over UMBC Made it back-to-back five-point showings with a career-high four goals and one assist in win over sixth-ranked Syracuse Scored three goals to fuel win at #1 Virginia... all three goals came duirng a 7-2 run that turned a 4-1 deficit into an 8-6 lead Scored twice in 13-9 loss to North Carolina, tallied one goal and one assist against Albany, one goal against Maryland and one assist at Navy Scored twice with both goals coming during game-ending 9-2 run to fuel 13-6 win over Army. Benn s Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /0: / /0:00 Totals 30/ /0:00 Benn s Career Highs Goals: 4, vs. #6 Syracuse ( ) 3, vs. #1 Virginia ( ) 3, vs. UMBC ( ), #16 Delaware ( ) Assists: 2, vs. UMBC ( ) Points: 5, vs #6 Syracuse ( ) UMBC ( ) Chris Boland (Sr./A) Noteworthy: Has nine goals and nine assists in six NCAA Tournament games in his career - all 18 of those points have come in his last four NCAA games Has totaled four or more points in seven of last 10 games dating back to last season and has 20 goals and 17 assists for 37 points during those 10 games Notched 125th career point in 13-6 win vs. Army and now has 79 goals and 47 assists for 126 points Has 11 career hat tricks, 30 career multi-point games and 19 games with four points or more 2012: Ranks fourth on the team in scoring with 13 goals and nine assists despite missing seven games Scored a game-high four goals in the season-opening win vs. Towson before leaving early in the third quarter with an injury Missed seven straight games with an injury after Towson game, but returned to the field vs. North Carolina and responded with two goals and two assists Came back with three goals and two assists in win over Albany and one goal and one assist vs. Maryland Tallied a pair of assists in 10-9 overtime win at top-ranked Loyola and came back with three goals and two assists vs. Army. 2011: Honorable Mention USILA All-American Led the team in scoring with 34 goals and 20 assists for 54 points Posted at least two points in 12 of 16 games. Boland s Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /0: / /0: / /0: / /0: / /0:00 Totals 44/ /0:30 Boland s Career Highs Goals: 6, vs. #1 Virginia ( ) Assists: 4, vs. #4 Denver ( ) Mount St. Mary s ( ) Points: 8, vs. #1 Virginia ( ) Career Hat Tricks: 11 Career Multi-Point Games: 30 Career Games with 4+ Points: 19 Marshall Burkhart (Sr./SSDM) Noteworthy: Played in 49th career game vs. Army - 49 career games played is the second most among all active JHU players (Mark Goodrich-50). 2012: Has one goal and one assist and ranks seventh on the team with 19 GBs Scored one goal and added two GBs in first game as JHU s primary SSDM vs. Towson Totaled four GBs in 10-8 win at Princeton Assisted on a Zach Palmer goal in transition at top-ranked Loyola that gave JHU a 7-3 lead. Burkhart s Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /0: / /1: / /5: / /2:30 Totals 49/ /8:30 Lee Coppersmith (Jr./M) Noteworthy: Tied for second on the team in goals by a midfielder with 14 - a total that already surpasses his 24-game total of his first two seasons (11) Has scored at least one goal in 11 of the 14 games this season (didn t score vs. Syracuse, Navy, Army). 2012: Fueled JHU s win over Towson in season-opener with two goals and came back with a goal vs. Delaware Scored a pair of goals in win vs. Siena and final tally in a 4-1 fourth-quarter run that fueled a 10-8 win at Princeton Added a goal vs. Manhattan and UMBC Notched unassisted game-tying goal with 44 seconds remaining in regulation of overtime victory at #1 Virginia Scored once each in games against North Carolina, Albany and Maryland Scored twice in game-opening 5-0 Blue Jay run at top-ranked Loyola. Coppersmith s Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /0: / /1: / /0:30 Totals 38/ /2:00 Coppersmith s Career Highs Goals: 3,vs. #2 Virginia ( ) Assists: None Points: 3,vs. #2 Virginia ( ) Career Hat Tricks: 1 Career Multi-Point Games: 4 Gavin Crisafulli (Sr./D) Noteworthy: Ranks second on the team with 11 caused turnovers and fifth with 22 GBs JHU is 10-1 in the 11 games he has started this season. 2012: Has played in all 14 games and started the first nine before moving back into the starting lineup vs. Loyola Earned first start of career in season-opener vs. Towson and helped hold Tigers scoreless for a stretch of more than 31 minutes at one point All 14 JHU opponents thus far have been held scoreless for a stretch of 14:25 or longer. Crisafulli s Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /0: / /0: / /0: / /3:00 Totals 43/ /3:30

8 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game 15 - Stony Brook Tucker Durkin (Jr./D) Noteworthy: Among final 25 Tewaaraton Nominees Has started a team-best 45 consecutive games - every game of his career Draws the assignment each game of marking the opposition s top attackman. 2012: Counts 30 ground balls, a team-high 18 caused turnovers and one assist to his credit - tied for third on the team with 30 GBs All 14 JHU opponents thus far have been held scoreless for a stretch of 14:25 or longer Notched the second point of his career - an assist - in a 17-6 win over Albany. 2011: Second Team USILA All-American First sophomore defenseman at Johns Hopkins to earn First or Second Team All-America honors since Dave Pietramala grabbed first team honors in Durkin s Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /1: / /6: / /3:00 Totals 45/ /10:30 Greg Edmonds (So./M) 2012: Has run a regular shift on JHU s second midfield in all 14 games thus far and has five goals and one assist Scored first goal of the season against Delaware and added first career multi-point game with one goal and one assist against 11th-ranked North Carolina Scored once against ninth-ranked Maryland - goal ignited a 3-0 run that gave JHU a 5-2 lead Added one goal at Navy and another vs. Army - goal vs. Army was the second goal in a 9-2 game-ending run. Edmonds Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /0: / /0:30 Totals 20/ /0:30 Mark Goodrich (Sr./M) Noteworthy: Has played in more career games (50) than any other player on the team. 2012: Counts eight goals and two assists to his credit - eight goals are already a career high Scored first goal of the season in win vs. Siena and fueled 10-8 win at Princeton with a pair of goals - tallied JHU s first goal in both halves against the Tigers Added strikes in 11-0 win over Manhattan and 12-5 win over UMBC Totaled one goal and one assist against Albany, scored twice to fuel a 10-9 overtime win at top-ranked Loyola and added an assist against Army. Goodrich s Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /0: / /0: / /0: / /0: / /0:00 Totals 50/ /0:00 John Greeley (Jr./M) 2012: Injured in game at Navy and will miss the remainder of the season Still tied for seventh on the team in scoring with 14 points (7g, 7a) Greeley s Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /0: / /1: / /0:30 Totals 42/ /2:00 Greeley s Career Highs Goals: 3,vs. Manhattan ( ) Siena ( ) Assists: 3, vs. #9 Maryland ( ) Points: 5, vs. Siena ( ) Career Hat Tricks: 2 Career Multi-Point Games: 13 Career Games with 4+ Points: 2 Rob Guida (So./M) Noteworthy: Had a 10-game point-scoring streak snapped at Navy 23 points this season are already 10 more than his 16-game total of last year, when he led all JHU freshmen in scoring with 12 goals and one assist for 13 points. 2012: Ranks third on the team in scoring with 16 goals and seven assists for 23 points Had one goal and one assist vs. Delaware and came back with a goal vs. Siena Added fifth multi-point game of career with one goal and one assist in 10-8 win at Princeton Notched a pair of goals in 11-0 win over Manhattan and one goal in win over UMBC, when he also scooped up a career-high five GBs Matched career high with three points on one goal and personal-best two assists in 11-7 win over sixthranked Syracuse Took career-high up a notch with four points on two goals and two assists in win at #1 Virginia... all four points, including back-to-back extraman goals, came during a 7-2 JHU run that turned a 4-1 deficit into an 8-6 lead Totaled two goals and one assist against 11th-ranked North Carolina and one goal in win over Albany and loss to Maryland Nothced first career hat trick and first career overtime goal to fuel 10-9 win at top-ranked Loyola - first sophomore to score an OT goal at Johns Hopkins since Kyle Harrison beat North Carolina with one in : Finished sixth on the team and first among freshmen in scoring. Guida s Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /0: / /1:00 Totals 30/ /1:30 Guida s Career Highs Goals: #1 Loyola ( ) 2, vs. Six Times Assists: 2, vs. #1 Virginia ( ), #6 Syracuse ( ) Points: 4, vs. #1 Virginia ( ) 3, Three Times Career Hat Tricks: 1 Career Multi-Point Games: 10 Career Games with 4+ Points: 1 John Kaestner (Jr./A) 2012: Made the first start of his career one to remember with two goals - both of which came in the fourth quarter - in the 10-8 win at Princeton...hadn t taken a shot in his career prior to that game Added one goal and one assist in 11-0 win over Manhattan and duplicated that showing in 12-5 win over UMBC. Kaestner s Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /0: / /0: / /0:00 Totals 20/ /0:00 Drew Kennedy (Fr./M (FO)) Noteworthy: Has won 25-of-47 faceoffs (.532) with 12 GBs on the year. 2012: Took two-thirds of JHU s faceoffs in the season-opener vs. Towson and won 9-of-14 with three ground balls in the victory Fueled JHU s win at #1 Virginia by winning 8-of-14 faceoffs with four GBs. Kennedy s Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /0:00 Totals 11/ /0:00 Year FOW-A Pct Totals Kennedy s Career Highs Faceoffs Won: 9, vs. Towson ( ) 8, vs. #1 Virginia ( ) Faceoffs Attempted:_ 14, vs. #1 Virginia ( ) 14, vs. Towson ( ) Ground Balls: 4, vs. #1 Virginia ( ) Chris Lightner (Jr./D) 2012: Has 16 ground balls and six caused turnovers on the year All 14 JHU opponents thus far have been held scoreless for a stretch of 14:25 or longer. 2011: Started all 16 games on close defense and finished with one goal, 21 ground balls and nine caused turnovers Tied for fourth on the team with nine caused turnovers. Lightner s Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /4: / /4: / /3:00 Totals 45/ /11:00 Zach Palmer (Jr./A) Noteworthy: Notched 50th career goal, 50th career assist and 100th career point in 10-9 win at top-ranked Loyola Needs two goals and two assists to become first JHU player since Paul Rabil in 2007 with 25 goals and 25 assists in one season. 2012: Leads team in scoring with 23 goals and 23 assists for 46 points Led JHU offensively in win over Towson with three goals and three assists - it was his fourth career hat trick Tallied an assist vs. Delaware and came back with a two-goal, two-assist effort vs. Siena Punched up one goal and three assists in 10-8 win at Princeton and one goal and one assist vs. Manhattan Notched fifth career hat trick, a career-high-tying five assists and eight points in 12-5 win over UMBC and scored

9 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game 15 - Stony Brook once in 11-7 win over sixth-ranked Syracuse Tallied one assist and a jaw-dropping one-handed goal from the side of the net to fuel the win at #1 Virginia... goal was #7 in ESPN SportCenter s Top 10 Plays for Saturday, March 24 Scored once and added an assist against 11thranked North Carolina and came back with two goals and two assists in win over Albany Scored once in loss at Navy Scored two goals and added two assists, including one on Rob Guida s game-winning goal in overtime, to lift JHU to a 10-9 win at top-ranked Loyola Posted a career-high five goals and added two assists for seven points in 13-6 win over Army - had a hand in JHU s final five goals and six of nine during a game-ending 9-2 run Behind-the-back goal vs. Army in the third quarter was the #2 ESPN SportsCenter Play of the Weekend. 2011: Finished second on the team in scoring with 22 goals and 25 assists for 47 points Registered at least one point in 15 of 16 games. Palmer s Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /0: / /2: / /1:00 Totals 45/ /3:00 Palmer s Career Highs Goals: 5, vs. Army ( ) #16 Delaware ( ) Assists: 5, UMBC ( ), vs. Navy ( ) 3, Five Times Points: 8, vs. UMBC ( ) _ 7, vs. Army #16 Delaware ( ) Career Hat Tricks: 6 Career Multi-Point Games: 27 Career Games with 4+ Points: 12 Michael Pellegrino (Fr./LSM) 2012: Currently sharing the LSM spot with sophomore Jack Reilly Seeing significant action and has 30 ground balls and nine caused turnovers to his credit Ranks third on the team in caused turnovers and tied for third in GBs Scooped up four GBs in the win at #1 Virginia and added a career-high seven GBs and two caused turnovers in a 10-9 win at top-ranked Loyola. Mike Poppleton (Jr./M (FO)) Noteworthy: Is 139-of-228 (.610) on faceoffs in 13 games played with a team-high 63 ground balls Ranks eighth in the nation in faceoff winning percentage. 2012: Missed season-opener vs. Towson, but returned to win 10-of-16 faceoffs with six ground balls in the win vs. Delaware Had career highs in faceoffs won (15) and attempted (18) in win over Siena Won 11-of-21 faceoffs in 10-8 win at Princeton and 10-of-12 in 11-0 win over Manhattan Added an 11-of-21 showing with five GBs vs. UMBC and set the pace with a 12-of-18 performance with three GBs in win over sixth-ranked Syracuse Scored first career goal to jump-start win at topranked Virginia Won 15-of-21 faceoffs and grabbed a career-high 14 ground balls in a 17-6 win over Albany ground balls are the most by a Johns Hopkins player since Kyle Harrison had 14 in a 17-5 win over thirdranked Syracuse in 2004 Magnificent in loss to Maryland as he was 14-of-19 on faceoffs with eight ground balls - 14 FO wins was one shy of career high Won 8-of-13 faceoffs with three GBs at Navy Matched career high with 15 faceoff wins on 19 attempts and added six GBs in win over Army. Poppleton s Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /0: / /0: / /1:30 Totals 23/ /1:30 Year FOW-A Pct Totals Poppleton s Career Highs Faceoffs Won: 15, vs. Army ( ) 15, vs. Albany (4-5-12), 15, vs. Siena ( ) 14, vs. #9 Maryland ( ) Faceoffs Attempted: 21, vs. Albany (4-5-12) 21, vs. UMBC ( ) 21, vs. #12 Princeton (3-2-12) Ground Balls: 14, vs. Albany (4-5-12) John Ranagan (Jr./M) Noteworthy: Totaled a career-high four goals in 17-6 win over Albany Notched 50th point of his career in 10-8 win at Princeton - now has 41 goals and 26 assists for 67 points. 2012: Tied for fifth on the team in scoring with 14 goals and seven assists Had one assist in season-opener vs. Towson, scored first goal of the year vs. Delaware and added another assist vs. Siena Totaled one goal and one assist at Princeton and matched that vs. Manhattan Posted first multi-goal game of the season with two goals vs. UMBC and came back with a two-goal, one-assist effort in 11-7 win over sixth-ranked Syracuse Scored only goal of the game with 5.6 seconds remaining in the first overtime to lift Hopkins to an win at #1 Virginia - JHU s first win over the Cavs in Charlottesville since 1998 Fired home career-high four goals in 17-6 win over Albany and had one in loss to Maryland Totaled one goal and two assists in 13-6 win vs. Army. 2011: First Team USILA All-American Only sophomore at any position to earn first team honors and the first sophomore middie at JHU to earn First Team All- America honors since Paul Rabil in Ranagan s Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /0: / /1: / /3:00 Totals 45/ /4:00 Ranagan s Career Highs Goals: 4, vs. Albany (4-5-12) 3,vs. #4 UNC (4-3-11), Albany ( ) Assists: 3, Twice Points: 5, vs. UMBC ( ) Career Hat Tricks: 3 Career Multi-Point Games: 20 Career Games with 4+ Points: 4 Jack Reilly (So./D) Noteworthy: Made the move from close defense to LSM this season and is sharing that spot with freshman Michael Pellegrino. 2012: Counts 21 GBs, six caused turnovers and one goal to his credit Played first game at LSM vs. Towson and had three GBs in the win Added three GBs in win over Delaware Scored first career goal midway through the third quarter to help Hopkins to an win at #1 Virginia... goal was the second in a 4-0 run that turned a 6-4 deficit into an 8-6 lead. 2011: Started all 16 games on defense and totaled 17 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers Just the fourth freshman to start season opener on defense under head coach Dave Pietramala (Chris Watson-2002, Matt Drenan-2006, Tucker Durkin-2010). Reilly s Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /3: / /4:00 Totals 30/ /7:00 Wells Stanwick (Fr./A) Noteworthy: Registered at least two points in the first seven games he played this season before being held scoreless against Maryland and Navy Seven-game multi-point streak is the longest to open a career by a freshman at Johns Hopkins since Terry Riordan began his career with 18 consecutive multi-point games in 1992 & 1993 Returned to action against Syracuse after missing games vs. Princeton, Manhattan and UMBC with an injury. 2012: Tied for fifth on the team in scoring with 21 points (8g, 13a) despite missing three full games Saw significant playing time in season opener vs. Towson and registered two assists in the victory Came back with the first goal of his career and two more assists in the win vs. Delaware and totaled first multi-goal game of career with two goals and one assist vs. Siena Made return to the field in 11-7 win over sixth-ranked Syracuse and totaled one goal and one assist - goal ignited a 4-0 JHU run that turned a 6-4 lead into a 10-4 advantage scored one goal and added two assists to fuel win at #1 Virginia... all three points came during a 7-2 run that turned a 4-1 deficit into an 8-6 lead Notched a career-high three assists vs. #11 North Carolina and came back with one goal and two assists in a 17-6 win over Albany Scored final goal in a 5-0 game-opening run that fueled a 10-9 win at top-ranked Loyola and added final goal in 4-1 gameopening run vs. Army. Stanwick s Career Statistics Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen / /0:30 Totals 11/ /0:30 Stanwick s Career Highs Goals: 2, vs. Siena ( ) Assists: 3, vs. #11 North Carolina (4-1-12) Points: 3, Five Times Career Hat Tricks: 0 Career Multi-Point Games: 7 Career Games with 4+ Points: 0

10 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game 15 - Stony Brook What You Need to Know About Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Coach Dave Pietramala Boasts a (.757) record since taking over as the head coach at Johns Hopkins and an overall record of (.724) in 15 years as a college head coach. Dave Pietramala vs. All Johns Hopkins ( Cornell (23-17 /.575) Overall ( /.724) Ranks as the second-winningest coach in school history with his 137 wins at Homewood. Trails only Bob Scott (158 wins from ) on JHU s career victories chart. Has won two national championships as the head coach at Johns Hopkins (2005, 2007). Pietramala has guided the Blue Jays to the NCAA Tournament in each of his 12 years as the head coach at Homewood. The Blue Jays have advanced to the Final Four six times under his guidance. Sports a 20-9 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. From Johns Hopkins played a total of one game as the top-ranked team in the nation. Dave Pietramala is generally considered the greatest defensive player in the history of Pietramala s Coaching Ledger At Johns Hopkins NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA First Round NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Finals NCAA Champions NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Champions NCAA Semifinals NCAA Finals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Quarterfinals Totals (.757) At Cornell NCAA First Round Totals (.575) Overall Coaching Record: (.724) 12 NCAA Tournament Appearances Six Final Fours Two National Championships Two National Runner-Up Finishes 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 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

11 Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Johns Hopkins Game Results All games (as of May 05, 2012) Date Opponent Score Overall Conf Site Att. Goalie Feb 17 TOWSON W Baltimore, MD 2320 Pierce Bassett (1-0) Feb 21 #16 DELAWARE W Baltimore, MD 800 Pierce Bassett (2-0) Feb 25 SIENA W Baltimore, MD 1167 Pierce Bassett (3-0) Mar 02 at Princeton University W Princeton, N.J Pierce Bassett (W) Mar 06 MANHATTAN W Baltimore, MD 420 Pierce Bassett (5-0) Mar 10 vs UMBC W Baltimore, MD Pierce Bassett (6-0) Mar 17 #6 SYRACUSE W Baltimore, MD 5970 Pierce Bassett (7-0) Mar 24 at #1 Virginia WOT Charlottesville, VA 6899 Pierce Bassett (8-0) Apr 01 vs #11 North Carolina L East Rutherford, NJ Pierce Bassett (8-1) Apr 05 ALBANY W Baltimore, MD 1660 Pierce Bassett (9-1) Apr 14 #9 MARYLAND L Baltimore, MD 8500 Pierce Bassett (9-2) Apr 21 at Navy L Annapolis, Md Pierce Bassett (9-3) Apr 28 at #1 Loyola Maryland WOT Baltimore, MD 6000 Pierce Bassett (10-3) May 05 ARMY W Baltimore, MD 5130 Pierce Bassett (11-3) Team Record W-L-T Overall: 11-3 Conference: 0-0 Home: 7-1 Away: 3-1 Neutral: 1-1 Overtime: 2-0 Attendance Dates Total Average Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

12 Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Johns Hopkins Overall Team Statistics All games (as of May 05, 2012) Overall: 11-3 Conf: 0-0 Home: 7-1 Away: 3-1 Neut: 1-1 TEAM STATISTICS JHU OPP SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct Shots on goal-attempts SOG pct S h o t s / G a m e A ss i s t s MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES G o a l s - O p p o r t u n i t i e s Conversion Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals M a n - u p M a n - d o w n 0 0 U n a s s i s t e d O v e r t i m e 2 0 Goals scored average GROUND BALLS TURNOVERS CAUSED TURNOVERS FACEOFFS (W-L) Faceoff W-L Pct CLEARS Clear Pct PENALTIES N u m b e r M i n u t e s 31:30 39:30 ATTENDANCE T o t a l Dates/Avg Per Date 8/3246 4/6806 Neutral Site #/Avg 2/21536 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

13 Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Johns Hopkins Overall Individual Statistics All games (as of May 05, 2012) Overall: 11-3 Conf: 0-0 Home: 7-1 Away: 3-1 Neut: 1-1 ## Player gp-gs g a pts sh sh% sog sog% up dn gb t/o ct faceoff pct pen-min 45 Zach Palmer Brandon Benn Rob Guida Chris Boland John Ranagan Wells Stanwick Lee Coppersmith John Greeley Mark Goodrich Greg Edmonds John Kaestner Marshall Burkhart Mike Poppleton Jack Reilly Chase Winter Trevor Brown Tucker Durkin Kevin Interlicchio Bronson Kelly Hunter Rodgers Mike Daniello Drew Kennedy Brady Faby Gavin Crisafulli Michael Pellegrino Will McCance Steven Burke Tyler Mordecai Grant Fitts Rex Sanders John Kelly Robert Enright Guy Van Syckle Nikhon Schuler Thomas Gordon Pierce Bassett Andrew Cote James Malm Matt Leighty Tobias Armour Chris Lightner Connor Greissing Scott Matthews Eric DiProspero Eddie Schurr Mike Faby Jack Bogorowski Total Opponents ## Goalie gp-gs min ga gaavg saves pct w l t 46 Grant Fitts 1-0 1: Guy Van Syckle 3-0 6: Steven Burke : Pierce Bassett : Total : Opponents : 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 8/3246 4/6806 Neutral Site #/Avg 2/21536 CLEARS: Johns Hopkins , Opponents MAN-UP OPPS: Johns Hopkins , Opponents

14 Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Johns Hopkins Team Game-by-Game All games (as of May 05, 2012) TEAM STATISTICS Date Opponent Score G A Pts Sh Sog UP DN GB TO CT Faceoff Pen-Min Feb 17, 2012 TOWSON Feb 21, 2012 DELAWARE Feb 25, 2012 SIENA Mar 02, 2012 Princeton University Mar 06, 2012 MANHATTAN Mar 10, 2012 UMBC Mar 17, 2012 SYRACUSE Mar 24, 2012 Virginia Apr 01, 2012 North Carolina Apr 05, 2012 ALBANY Apr 14, 2012 MARYLAND Apr 21, 2012 Navy Apr 28, 2012 Loyola Maryland May 05, 2012 ARMY Johns Hopkins Opponent TEAM PER-GAME Games played: 14 Shots per game: 35.93; Goals per game: Assists per game: 5.79; Points per game: Faceoff W-L pct: 0.569; Clear pct.: Date Opponent Score Minutes GA GAAvg Saves Save% W L T Feb 17, 2012 TOWSON : Feb 21, 2012 DELAWARE : Feb 25, 2012 SIENA : Mar 02, 2012 Princeton University : Mar 06, 2012 MANHATTAN : Mar 10, 2012 UMBC : Mar 17, 2012 SYRACUSE : Mar 24, 2012 Virginia : Apr 01, 2012 North Carolina : Apr 05, 2012 ALBANY : Apr 14, 2012 MARYLAND : Apr 21, 2012 Navy : Apr 28, 2012 Loyola Maryland : May 05, 2012 ARMY : Totals : Opponent 847:

15 Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Johns Hopkins Opponent Game-by-Game All games (as of May 05, 2012) OPPONENT STATISTICS Date Opponent Score G A Pts Sh Sog UP DN GB TO CT Faceoff Pen-Min Feb 17, 2012 TOWSON Feb 21, 2012 DELAWARE Feb 25, 2012 SIENA Mar 02, 2012 Princeton University Mar 06, 2012 MANHATTAN Mar 10, 2012 UMBC Mar 17, 2012 SYRACUSE Mar 24, 2012 Virginia Apr 01, 2012 North Carolina Apr 05, 2012 ALBANY Apr 14, 2012 MARYLAND Apr 21, 2012 Navy Apr 28, 2012 Loyola Maryland May 05, 2012 ARMY Opponent Johns Hopkins OPPONENT PER-GAME Games played: 14 Shots per game: 28.71; Goals per game: 7.00 Assists per game: 3.86; Points per game: Faceoff W-L pct: 0.431; Clear pct.: Date Opponent Score Minutes GA GAAvg Saves Save% W L T Feb 17, 2012 TOWSON : Feb 21, 2012 DELAWARE : Feb 25, 2012 SIENA : Mar 02, 2012 Princeton University : Mar 06, 2012 MANHATTAN : Mar 10, 2012 UMBC : Mar 17, 2012 SYRACUSE : Mar 24, 2012 Virginia : Apr 01, 2012 North Carolina : Apr 05, 2012 ALBANY : Apr 14, 2012 MARYLAND : Apr 21, 2012 Navy : Apr 28, 2012 Loyola Maryland : May 05, 2012 ARMY : Opponent : Johns Hopkins 847:

16 Opponent Date Score KAESTNER,J BOGOROWSKI DANIELLO,M BURKE,STEV FABY,MIKE SCHURR,EDD GREELEY,JO EDMONDS,GR DIPROSPERO BROWN,TREV MATTHEWS,S TOWSON Feb W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DELAWARE Feb W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP SIE Feb W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at PRIN Mar W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP MANH Mar W DNP vs UMBC Mar W DNP DNP DNP SU Mar W DNP DNP DNP at VA Mar W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP vs NC Apr L DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP ALBANY Apr W MD Apr L DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at NAVY Apr L DNP DNP DNP DNP at LOY Apr W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP ARMY May W DNP DNP DNP Opponent Date Score RODGERS,HU INTERLICCH COPPERSMIT GREISSING, WINTER,CHA LIGHTNER,C ARMOUR,TOB MCCANCE,WI LEIGHTY,MA MALM,JAMES GUIDA,ROB TOWSON Feb W DNP DNP DNP DNP DELAWARE Feb W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP SIE Feb W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at PRIN Mar W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP MANH Mar W vs UMBC Mar W DNP DNP SU Mar W DNP DNP DNP DNP at VA Mar W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP vs NC Apr L DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP ALBANY Apr W MD Apr L DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at NAVY Apr L DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at LOY Apr W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP ARMY May W DNP DNP Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Johns Hopkins Game-by-Game Goals-Assists-Points All games (as of May 06, 2012)

17 Opponent Date Score BURKHART,M POPPLETON, COTE,ANDRE RANAGAN,JO BOLAND,CHR BASSETT,PI PELLEGRINO GORDON,THO SCHULER,NI SYCKLE,GUY ENRIGHT,RO TOWSON Feb W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DELAWARE Feb W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP SIE Feb W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at PRIN Mar W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP MANH Mar W DNP vs UMBC Mar W DNP DNP DNP DNP SU Mar W DNP DNP DNP at VA Mar W DNP DNP DNP DNP vs NC Apr L DNP DNP DNP ALBANY Apr W DNP MD Apr L DNP DNP DNP at NAVY Apr L DNP DNP DNP at LOY Apr W DNP DNP DNP DNP ARMY May W Opponent Date Score KELLY,JOHN SANDERS,RE STANWICK,W REILLY,JAC CRISAFULLI PALMER,ZAC FITTS,GRAN MORDECAI,T FABY,BRADY DURKIN,TUC KENNEDY,DR TOWSON Feb W DNP DNP DNP DNP DELAWARE Feb W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP SIE Feb W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at PRIN Mar W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP MANH Mar W DNP vs UMBC Mar W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP SU Mar W DNP DNP DNP at VA Mar W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP vs NC Apr L DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP ALBANY Apr W DNP MD Apr L DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at NAVY Apr L DNP DNP DNP DNP at LOY Apr W DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP ARMY May W DNP DNP DNP Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Johns Hopkins Game-by-Game Goals-Assists-Points All games (as of May 06, 2012)

18 Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Johns Hopkins Game-by-Game Goals-Assists-Points All games (as of May 06, 2012) Opponent Date Score GOODRICH,M KELLY,BRON BENN,BRAND TOWSON Feb W DELAWARE Feb W DNP SIE Feb W DNP at PRIN Mar W DNP MANH Mar W vs UMBC Mar W DNP SU Mar W DNP at VA Mar W DNP vs NC Apr L DNP ALBANY Apr W MD Apr L DNP at NAVY Apr L DNP at LOY Apr W DNP ARMY May W

19 NCAA Ranking Summary 5/8/12 3:46 PM Johns Hopkins (11-3) Men's Lacrosse National Ranking Summary Thru Games 05/06/2012 Contact Us Back to team selections Category Rank Actual National Leader Actual Scoring Offense (61 ranked) Robert Morris Scoring Defense (61 ranked) Notre Dame 5.92 Face-Off Win Percentage (61 ranked) VMI Man-Up Offense (61 ranked) Lehigh Man-Down Defense (61 ranked) Notre Dame Scoring Margin (61 ranked) Massachusetts 6.27 Win Percentage (61 ranked) Massachusetts 1.0 Assists Per Game (61 ranked) Robert Morris 9.8 Saves Per Game (61 ranked) Hobart Points Per Game (61 ranked) Robert Morris Ground Balls Per Game (61 ranked) Bryant Turnovers Per Game (61 ranked) Maryland Caused Turnovers Per Game (61 ranked) Detroit Shot Percentage (61 ranked) Bucknell Category Player Rank Actual National Leader Actual Points Per Game (200 ranked) Zach Palmer Peter Baum, Colgte 5.81 Brandon Benn Wells Stanwick Goals Per Game (200 ranked) Brandon Benn Peter Baum, Colgte 4.0 Zach Palmer Assists Per Game (200 ranked) Zach Palmer Steele Stanwick, Va Wells Stanwick John Greeley Ground Balls Per Game (200 ranked) Mike Poppleton Stephen Robarge, VMI 9.07 Pierce Bassett Tucker Durkin Michael Pellegrino Goals-Against Average (61 ranked) Pierce Bassett John Kemp, NDame 5.88 Save Percentage (61 ranked) Pierce Bassett John Kemp, NDame Face-Off Win Pct (122 ranked) Mike Poppleton Stephen Robarge, VMI Caused Turnovers Per Game (200 ranked) Tucker Durkin Chris Coppolecchia, Quinpc 3.07 Gavin Crisafulli Michael Pellegrino Shot Percentage (200 ranked) Brandon Benn Deron Dempster, Yale Zach Palmer Lee Coppersmith Saves Per Game (100 ranked) Pierce Bassett Peter Zonino, Hobart Page 1 of 1

20 Individual Career History Tobias Armour TOTAL Pierce Bassett TOTAL Goalie GP Minutes GA GAAvg Saves Save% W L T Sho : : : TOTAL : Brandon Benn TOTAL Andrew Blasko TOTAL Jack Bogorowski TOTAL Chris Boland TOTAL

21 Individual Career History Trevor Brown TOTAL Steven Burke TOTAL Goalie GP Minutes GA GAAvg Saves Save% W L T Sho : : : : TOTAL : Marshall Burkhart TOTAL Phil Castronova TOTAL Lee Coppersmith TOTAL Andrew Cote TOTAL

22 Individual Career History Gavin Crisafulli TOTAL Mike Daniello TOTAL Eric DiProspero TOTAL Tucker Durkin TOTAL Greg Edmonds TOTAL Robert Enright TOTAL Brady Faby TOTAL

23 Individual Career History Mike Faby TOTAL Grant Fitts TOTAL Goalie GP Minutes GA GAAvg Saves Save% W L T Sho : TOTAL 1 1: Mark Goodrich TOTAL Thomas Gordon TOTAL John Greeley TOTAL Connor Greissing TOTAL Rob Guida TOTAL

24 Individual Career History Kevin Interlicchio TOTAL John Kaestner TOTAL Bronson Kelly TOTAL John Kelly TOTAL Drew Kennedy TOTAL Matt Leighty TOTAL Chris Lightner TOTAL James Malm TOTAL

25 Individual Career History Scott Matthews TOTAL Will McCance TOTAL Tyler Mordecai TOTAL Zach Palmer TOTAL Michael Pellegrino TOTAL Mike Poppleton TOTAL John Ranagan TOTAL

26 Individual Career History Jack Reilly TOTAL Hunter Rodgers TOTAL Eric Ruhl TOTAL Rex Sanders TOTAL Eric Schneider TOTAL Goalie GP Minutes GA GAAvg Saves Save% W L T Sho : TOTAL 2 4: Nikhon Schuler TOTAL Eddie Schurr TOTAL

27 Individual Career History Wells Stanwick TOTAL Guy Van Syckle TOTAL Goalie GP Minutes GA GAAvg Saves Save% W L T Sho : : TOTAL 4 9: Chase Winter TOTAL

28 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game 15 - Stony Brook Updated Johns Hopkins Records Career Goal-Scoring Leaders 1. Terry Riordan Brian Piccola Franz Wittelsberger Michael O Neill Jeff Cook Bobby Benson Paul Rabil Kevin Huntley Bill Morrill Dan Denihan , Jack Thomas Mike Morrill T. Conor Ford Richie Hirsch T. Dave Huntley Brian Wood T. Del Dressel Peter Scott Dylan Schlott T. Kyle Wharton Kyle Barrie T. Steven Boyle Jerry Schmidt Craig Bubier Adam Doneger Matt Panetta A.J. Haugen T. Kyle Harrison Bill Evans T. Chris Boland 79 Active Michael Kimmel Brendan Schneck 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 Conor Ford T. Matt Panetta Peter Scott Mike Morrill Mickey Webster Michael Kimmel Kevin Huntley Kyle Barrie T. Kevin Boland Dave Huntley Chris Boland 126 Active Career Assist Leaders 1. Dave Marr Joe Cowan Jack Thomas Mickey Webster Richie Hirsch T. Dan Denihan , Mike O Neill T. Brian Piccola Jeff Cook Kevin Boland Brian Wood Del Dressel Matt Panetta T. Steven Boyle Franz Wittelsberger T. Paul Rabil Bill Morrill Michael Kimmel Terry Riordan T. Peter LeSueur Conor Ford Peter Scott Downy McCarty John Krumenacker T. Zach Palmer 53 Active Roy Mayne Jeff Wills Chris Boland 47 Active Career Saves Leaders 1. Jonathan Marcus Brian Carcaterra Kevin Mahon Quint Kessenich Mike Federico Jesse Schwartzman Larry Quinn Michael Gvozden Brian Holman Scott Giardina Pierce Bassett 342 Active

29 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game 15 - Stony Brook The Last Time Johns Hopkins... Scored 20 or more goals 22, vs. Marist ( ) Scored 15 or more goals 17, vs, Albany ( ) Scored 15 or more goals in back-to-back games 18, vs. #16 Delaware & 16 vs. Siena (2-22 & ) Totaled 30 or more points 32 (19g, 13a), vs. Mount St. Mary s ( ) Allowed 15 or more goals 15, vs. #1 Virginia ( ) Won 20 or more faceoffs 22 (22-of-28), vs. #19 Army ( ) 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 52, vs. Marist ( ) 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 5 (5-of-6), vs. UMBC ( ) Scored a man-down goal Paul Rabil vs. #3 Syracuse ( ) 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: Manhattan (1st & 2nd half) ( ) Held an opponent scoreless for three straight quarters: Manhattan (1-3 Qtrs.) ( ) Held an opponent scores for 1st three quarters of a game: Manhattan (1-3 Qtrs.) ( ) Held an opponent scoreless for 30 or more consecutive minutes: 60:00, vs. Manhattan ( ) Held an opponent scoreless for 40 or more consecutive minutes: 60:00, vs. Manhattan ( ) 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 #1 Virginia ( ) - Trailed as late as 10-9 in 4th Q - Won (OT) Came from two goals down to #1 Virginia ( ) - Trailed 6-4 in 2nd Q - Won (OT) 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 in OT Came from five goals down to win vs. #4 Maryland ( ) - Trailed as late as 8-3 in 3rd Q - Won in OT Came from six goals down to win vs. #7 Syracuse ( ) - Trailed, 7-1 in 2nd Q - Won in OT Blew a lead and lost vs. #9 Maryland ( ) - Led as late as 6-5 in 3rd quarter - Lost 9-6 Blew a two-goal lead and lost vs. #9 Maryland ( ) - Led as late as 6-4 in 3rd quarter - Lost 9-6 Blew a three-goal lead and lost vs. #9 Maryland ( ) - Led as late as 6-3 in 3rd quarter - Lost 9-6 Blew a four-goal lead and lost vs. Navy ( ) - Led 5-0 in 2nd quarter - Lost 9-8 in OT 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 5, Zach Palmer vs. Army ( ) Score 5 or more goals in back-to-back games Conor Ford vs. #2 Navy (5) and #11 Towson (5) (4-24 & ) Scored 6 or more goals 6, Steven Boyle vs. Manhattan ( ) Scored 7 or more goals 7, Dylan Schlott vs. Villanova ( ) Dished out 4 or more assists 5, Zach Palmner vs. UMBC ( ) Dished out 5 or more assists 5, Zach Palmner vs. UMBC ( ) Dished out 6 or more assists 6, Dan Denihan vs. #10 Hofstra ( ) 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 Brandon Benn vs. UMBC (5) and #6 Syracuse (5) (3-10 & ) Totaled 6 or more points 8, Zach Palmner (3g, 5a) vs. UMBC ( ) Totaled 7 or more points 7, Zach Palmner (5g, 2a) vs. Army ( ) Totaled 8 or more points 8, Steven Boyle (6g, 2a) vs. Manhattan ( ) Totaled 9 or more points 9 (5g, 4a), Kyle Barrie vs. Navy ( ) 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 Scored an overtime goal Rob #1 Loyola ( ) Grabbed 14 or more ground balls 14, Kyle Harrison vs. Albany ( ) Won 15 or more faceoffs 15, Mike Poppleton vs. Army ( ) Registered 20 or more saves 20, Pierce Bassett vs. #8 Loyola ( 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 8-4 5th th 4-6 7th 7-4 8th 4-4 9th th th th th th th th 0-1 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 7-4 2nd 7-6 3rd 3-2 4th 4-7 5th 5-6 6th 5-1 7th 5-2 8th 6-0 9th th th th th th th th th th th th 2-0 Unranked 42-4 Total POLL NOtES: The Johns Hopkins Sports Information 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.

30 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game-by-Game Recaps Game 1 Towson-6 February 17, 2012 #2 Johns Hopkins-12 Homewood Field BALTIMORE, MD - Second-ranked Johns Hopkins used a 9-0 run that bridged the second and fourth quarters and held visiting Towson scoreless for more than 31 minutes during that stretch as the Blue Jays eased past the Tigers, 12-6, at Homewood Field Friday evening. The win is the 150th in the career of Johns Hopkins head coach Dave Pietramala, who improves to overall and during his time at Hopkins. Towson held a one-goal lead three times in the opening 18:30, including a 3-2 advantage after Robby Zoppo scored on an ally dodge with 11:43 remaining in the second quarter. The Blue Jays needed just 15 seconds to answer Zoppo s strike as senior Chris Boland scored the second of his four goals off a crossfield pass from junior Zach Palmer in an unsettled situation off the ensuing faceoff and that ignited the 9-0 run for the Blue Jays. Junior Lee Coppersmith and Palmer both struck in the final six minutes of the second quarter to give the Blue Jays a 5-3 lead at the half and Boland added extra-man and even-strength tallies in the first six minutes of the third quarter to push the lead to 7-3. Coppersmith completed his two-goal showing with an unassisted goal less than a minute after Boland s goal to make it 8-3 midway through the third period. By this point, the Tigers drought had reached nearly 18 minutes. Sophomore Brandon Benn helped put the game out of reach with back-to-back goals. His first, off an assist from Palmer, made it 9-3 at the end of the third quarter and he added his second just over 90 seconds into the fourth period when he underhanded home a pass from freshman Wells Stanwick. Senior Marshall Burkhart closed the run nine seconds later when he grabbed a long rebound and blew a 12-yarder past Towson s Andrew Wascavage. The Tigers, who by this point hadn t scored since Zoppo s tally early in the second quarter, needed just nine seconds to score twice early in the final period. Sean Maguire got his hands free and beat Blue Jay goalie Pierce Bassett from seven yards out on a quick feed from Matt Hughes and Andrew Hodgson scored off the ensuing faceoff to make it An extra-man goal by Palmer, which completed his fourth career hat trick, closed the scoring with just under three minutes remaining for the Blue Jays, while Zoppo added his second goal of the game off an assist from Maguire with 33 seconds left to close the scoring. The Blue Jays starting attack of Palmer, Boland and Benn combined for nine goals and three assists in the win with Palmer punching up three goals and three assists to lead the way. Bassett faced just 18 shots and posted seven saves as the Blue Jay defense kept the Tigers away from the goal for long stretches. Hopkins held advantages in shots (42-18) and ground balls (30-21) and forced the Tigers into 21 turnovers and a 17-of-25 showing on clear attempts. Zoppo s two goals the way for the Tigers, who also got one goal and one assist from both Hughes and Zoppo. Wascavage posted 11 saves for Towson, which got a strong showing on faceoffs from Matt Thomas, who won 12-of-20 on the night and grabbed six ground balls. Towson (1-1) /6 #2 Johns Hopkins (1-0) /12 Goals: T: Zoppo-2, Maguire, Hughes, Hodgson, Sheehe. J: Boland-4, Palmer-3, Benn-2, Coppersmith-2, Burkhart. Assists: T: DeNapoli, Hughes, Maguire. J: Palmer-3, Stanwick-2, Greeley, Ranagan. Saves: T: Wascavage-11. J: Bassett-7. Shots: T-18. J-42. EMO: T: 0-for-0. J: 2-for-3. Attendance: 2,320. Game 2 Delaware-6 February 21, 2012 #3 Johns Hopkins-12 Homewood Field BALTIMORE, MD The thirdranked Johns Hopkins men s lacrosse team built a five-goal, third-quarter lead then held off a furious rally by 16th-ranked Delaware as the Blue Jays improved to 2-0 on the year with an 8-6 win over the Blue Hens at Homewood Field Tuesday evening. Hopkins also extended its home winning streak to eight games with the win and moved to 9-0 all-time against the Blue Hens. After batting to a 2-2 tie through the first 20 minutes, the Blue Jays slowly began to take control. The second of Brandon Benn s three goals with 9:34 remaining in the second quarter gave JHU a 3-2 lead and sophomore Rob Guida pushed the lead to 4-2 seven minutes later when he spun inside a defender and beat Delaware goalie Chris Herbert to the near post. The two-goal lead held until midway through the third quarter, when sophomore Greg Edmonds got free on the crease and slipped home his first goal of the season off a nifty feed from freshman Wells Stanwick, who spun away from a defender behind the goal and found Edmonds to pick up the assist. Benn completed the first hat trick of his career just over five minutes later when he scored from in tight also off a Stanwick assist and junior Lee Coppersmith added a transition goalie just under two minutes after Benn s strike to give JHU what seemed to be a comfortable 7-2 lead. The Blue Jays won the faceoff after Coppersmith s goal and junior John Ranagan unloaded on Herbert, but he was equal to the task and jump-started the Blue Hen transition, which ended with a Grant Kaleikau goal just 24 seconds after Coppersmith s goal. Delaware had gone more than 29 minutes without scoring before Kaleikau s goal, but needed just seven seconds after that to score again as Mark Yetter blew home his third goal of the season off a skip pass form Kaleikau off the ensuing faceoff and the Hens had quickly sliced into the lead and grabbed the momentum. JHU s 7-4 lead held until midway through the fourth quarter, when Delaware struck twice in less than 45 seconds to draw within a goal. Danny Keane s ninth goal of the year made it 7-5 with 6:27 remaining and Tom Holland got topside on his defender and beat JHU goalie Pierce Bassett from eight yards out while falling to the ground to make it 7-6. Delaware had two possessions in the final five minutes, but the Blue Jay defense, which has now allowed a total of just 12 goals in two games this season, held the Hens off the board and Ranagan added an insurance goal an extra-man tally with 31 seconds remaining to seal the victory. Benn led the Blue Jays with the three goals and one assist, while Stanwick tallied the first goal of his career and added the two assists as well. Guida (1g, 1a) was the only other Blue Jay with a multi-point game and Bassett posted six saves to pick up the win in goal. JHU held advantages in shots (35-23) and ground balls (30-27) and got a boost from junior Mike Poppleton, who returned to the lineup after missing the seasonopener vs. Towson and won 9-of-15 faceoffs with six ground balls. Kaleikau scored the one goal and added three assists, while Yetter chipped in with the one goal and one assist. Herbert was solid in goal for the Blue Hens as he posted 12 saves, but UD failed on 9-of-26 clears and had 22 turnovers as well. #16 Delaware (2-2) /6 #3 Johns Hopkins (2-0) /8 Goals: D: Kaleikau, Yetter, Holland, Keane, McRoy, Finegan. J: Benn-3, Stanwick, Guida, Ranagan, Coppersmith, Edmonds. Assists: D: Kaleikau-3, Sebastiani, Yetter. J: Stanwick-2, Benn, Guida, Palmer. Saves: D: Herbert-12. J: Bassett-6. Shots: D-23. J-35. EMO: D: 1-for-1. J: 2-for-3. Attendance: 800. Game 3 Siena-5 February 25, 2012 #2 Johns Hopkins-9 Homewood Field BALTIMORE, MD The third-ranked Johns Hopkins men s lacrosse team scored three goals in a five-minute span early in the fourth quarter to extend a 6-5 lead over visiting Siena to four goals and the Blue Jays held the Saints scoreless for the final 19:30 in a 9-5 victory at wind-swept Homewood Field Saturday afternoon. The win runs JHU s regular season winning streak to 10 games dating back to last season and the Blue Jays improve to 3-0 on the year. Hopkins had a chance to build on the 6-5 lead in the final seconds of the third quarter, but Siena goalie Tom Morr stoned Hopkins Zach Palmer from in tight to keep it a one-goal game entering the final 15 minutes. It took the Blue Jays just over two minutes of the fourth quarter to jump start their game-ending threegoal run as senior Marshall Burkhart forced a turnover in the defensive end and started a transition opportunity that ended with Palmer beating Morr from in tight off a nifty skip pass from freshman Wells Stanwick. It took the Blue Jays less than a minute 54 seconds to be exact to push the lead to 8-5 as sophomore Brandon Benn scooped up a loose ball in front of the cage off a Morr save and fired into and open net. Junior Lee Coppersmith added his second goal of the game and fifth of the season off an ally dodge with 8:05 remaining to close out the scoring and secure JHU s ninth consecutive home victory. In a game the Blue Jays seemed to control, they couldn t pull away until the three-goal spurt in the fourth quarter. Stanwick, senior Mark Goodrich and

31 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game-by-Game Recaps Coppersmith all scored in the first quarter as the Blue Jays crafted a 3-1 lead after the opening period, but the Saints hung tight and pulled within a goal four times (3-2, 4-3, 5-4 and 6-5) after JHU had edged ahead by two on four different occasions beginning with the 3-1 advantage. A Conor Prunty goal for the Saints with 4:31 remaining in the third quarter drew Siena within one for the final time at 6-5, but Palmer s goal 2:08 into the final period ignited the final spree for the Blue Jays, who improved to 4-0 all-time against the Saints with the victory. Palmer paced the Blue Jays with two goals and two assists, while Stanwick (2g, 1a) and Coppersmith (2g) also enjoyed multi-point games for Hopkins, which also got 10 saves from junior Pierce Bassett. Junior Mike Poppleton enjoyed the finest game of his career for the Blue Jays as he won 15-of-18 faceoffs and grabbed three ground balls in the victory. Siena got two goals from Chris Roth and one goal and one assist from Danny Martinsen, while Morr posted 12 saves in goal. The Johns Hopkins defense did a nice job of containing the dynamic attack unit of Martinsen, Colin Clive and Bryan Neufeld, who combined for just two goals and one assist. Siena (1-1) /5 #3 Johns Hopkins (3-0) /9 Goals: S: Roth-2, Martinsen, Clive, Prunty. J: Palmer, Stanwick, Coppersmith-2, Benn, Guida, Goodrich. Assists: S: Martinsen. J: Palmer-2, Greeley, Ranagan, Stanwick. Saves: S: Morr-12. J: Bassett-10. Shots: S-21. J-36. EMO: S: 0-for-2. J: 0-for-1. Attendance: 1,167. Game 4 #2 Johns Hopkins-10 March 2, 2012 #12 Princeton-8 Class of 1952 Stadium PRINCETON, NJ -- Second-ranked Johns Hopkins used a 4-1 run to open the fourth quarter to turn a 6-4 lead into a 10-5 advantage and then held off a late-game rally by 12th-ranked Princeton to knock off the Tigers, 10-8, at Sherrerd Field at Class of 1952 Stadium Friday evening. The win is JHU s fourth straight to open the season, 11th straight in the regular season and third straight against the Tigers at Princeton. The Blue Jays (4-0) led 6-4 entering the final period, but needed less than nine minutes to turn the two-goal lead into a five-goal advantage and the run was sparked by reserve attackman John Kaestner, who was making his first career start. Kaestner jump-started the spree with a nifty goal from an impossible angle as he wrapped a shot around the post and Princeton goalie Tyler Fiorito just over two minutes into the final period for his first career goal to make it 7-4. Princeton s Alex Capretta drew the Tigers to within 7-5 at the 10:04 mark as he stepped down and beat JHU s Pierce Bassett to the far post off a pass from just above the goal line from Mike Grossman, but the Tigers fate was sealed over the next four minutes as the Blue Jays scored on three straight possessions to go up Sophomore Brandon Benn got free in the high slot and quickly turned and fired one home off Fiorito s thigh 38 seconds after Capretta s goal and Kaestner netted his second of the night 90 seconds later when he came from the side of the goal, took a nice dump pass from John Ranagan and scored from in tight. Junior Lee Coppersmith added his sixth goal of the season on Hopkins next possession as junior Zach Palmer s skip pass from the goal line to Fiorito s left found Coppersmith alone and he blew one into the top corner. Princeton (2-1), as expected, rallied. The Tigers got one back just 38 seconds after Coppersmith s goal as Jeff Froccaro got free in the slot and went low to slip one past Bassett from seven yards out to make it Nearly four minutes, and one big save by Bassett, passed before Princeton would score again as Grossman got free after a long loose ball scramble and scored his only goal of the game with 2:16 remaining. Tom Schreiber worked free of Hopkins Tucker Durkin on a pick behind the goal and drove top side for his eighth goal of the year with just over a minute to play, but the Blue Jay defense held firm in the final 63 seconds to secure the win. An extra-man goal by Tucker Shanley opened the scoring for the Tigers early in the first quarter, but Hopkins struck for three goals over the next eight minutes to take a 3-1 lead that they would never relinquish. A cross-crease pass from Palmer found senior Mark Goodrich alone on the backdoor and he quick-sticked home his second goal of the year and Palmer got top side on his defender and rifled home a shot from six yards out that surprised Fiorito just over three minutes later. When sophomore Rob Guida spun inside his defender and whipped home his third goal of the season three minutes later the Blue Jays had the momentum and the two-goal lead. Froccaro made it a one-goal game with his first strike of the match with 15 seconds remaining in the second quarter, but that would be the final goal - and shot - for the Tigers in the first half. Hopkins maintained possession for virtually the entire second quarter and got goals in the final five minutes of the half from junior midfielders John Greeley and Ranagan to carry a 5-2 advantage into the half. The Blue Jays outshot the Tigers 9-0 in the quarter and 19-7 in the first half. Neither team scored in the first seven minutes of the second half, but Goodrich staked the Blue Jays to a 6-2 advantage when he snapped home a laser to the top corner after a quick move to the inside from eight yards out. Princeton drew within 6-4 at the end of the third on back-to-back goals by Sonnenfeldt and Grossman, but Kaestner s goal early in the fourth quarter ignited the decisive run and the Blue Jays pulled out of Princeton with their first 4-0 start since Goodrich and Kaestner led the Blue Jays with two goals each, while Palmer added the one goal and a game-high three assists. Bassett totaled nine saves in goal for the Blue Jays, who also won 11-of-21 faceoffs in the game. Froccaro was the only multi-goal scorer for Princeton as his two tallies led the way. Schreiber and Grossman added one goal and two assists apiece and Fiorito matched Bassett with nine saves. #2 Johns Hopkins (4-0) /10 #12 Princeton (2-1) /8 Goals: J: Goodrich-2, Kaestner-2, Palmer, Guida, Coppersmith, Ranagan, Greeley, Benn. P: Grossman-2, Froccaro-2, Schreiber, Shanley, Capretta, Sonnenfeldt. Assists: J: Palmer-3, Guida, Ranagan. P: Grossman-2, Schreiber-2, Himler. Saves: J: Bassett-9. P: Fiorito-9. Shots: J-29. P-36. EMO: J: 1-for-4. P: 0-for-4. Attendance: 2,407. Game 5 Manhattan-0 March 6, 2012 #2 Johns Hopkins-11 Homewood Field BALTIMORE, MD It took nearly 11 minutes for the second-ranked Johns Hopkins men s lacrosse team to find the back of the net in Tuesday afternoon s game against Manhattan as sophomore Rob Guida finally broke through with an unassisted goal 11:35 into the game. As it turned out, that would be all the offense the Blue Jays would need as the defense limited the Jaspers to just 14 shots, eight of which were saved by a combination of four Johns Hopkins goalies in an 11-0 JHU win at Homewood Field Tuesday afternoon. The shutout is the first for Johns Hopkins since March 26, 1988, when the Blue Jays blanked Princeton, 9-0. Two key members of the Blue Jay defense on that day nearly 24 years ago were currently Blue Jay head coach Dave Pietramala and current associate head coach Bill Dwan. Guida s goal ignited a scoring flurry for the Blue Jays (5-0), who added four goals in the final two minutes of the quarter to take a 5-0 lead after the opening 15 minutes. Junior John Greeley sandwiched goals around a strike from John Kaestner in a 72-second span and Lee Coppersmith added an unassisted goal of his own with just 13 seconds remaining in the opening quarter to account for the five-goal spurt. The spree would stretch to six goals in less than three minutes as John Ranagan, who had assisted on Greeley s second goal, took a skip pass from Greeley and blew his third goal of the season just inside the far post. The lead swelled to 7-0 at the half when Guida added his second goal of the game late in the period. Junior Pierce Bassett, who played the first three quarters, posted five of his seven saves in the first half as the Jaspers generated 10 of their 14 shots before intermission. Twice he hugged the post to stop shots in tight and Hopkins blanked an opponent for a half for the first time since the first half of last season s game against Navy. The scoring in the second half was limited to four Blue Jay goals in the third quarter. Senior Mark Goodrich fired home his fourth goal of the season and third in the last two games less than four minutes into the period and Brandon Benn, Zach Palmer and Greeley all scored in a span of just under three minutes midway through the quarter to account for the final scoring. Substituting liberally by the middle of the second quarter, the Blue Jays worked all 44 healthy players into the rotation with the only drama over the last 15 minutes the test to see if Hopkins could preserve its shutout. Manhattan (1-3) generated just two fourth-quarter

32 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game-by-Game Recaps shots; one went wide, but the final one by Brendan Rogers in traffic got through to freshman Grant Fitts, who got his body on it to keep it away. The Jaspers came up with the ensuing ground ball, but John Kelly s forced turnover several seconds later gave the ball back to the Blue Jays, who were able to run out the final 80 seconds to seal the victory. Greeley led the way offensively with his second career hat trick and one assist for a four-point afternoon. Guida added the two goals, while Palmer, Kaestner and Ranagan all added one goal and one assist. Bassett s seven saves over 45 minutes of action paced a Blue Jay defense that held its fifth straight opponent to eight goals or less to open the season. Teaming with Bassett on the shutout in goal were Fitts and seniors Steven Burke and Guy Van Syckle. Burke and Van Syckle weren t forced to make a save during their combined 13:15 in goal. The final score may have been worse if not for the efforts of Manhattan s Rich Akapnitis, who played the entire game in goal for the Jaspers and totaled 15 saves and five ground balls. Manhattan (1-3) /0 #2 Johns Hopkins (5-0) /11 Goals: M: -- J: Greeley-3, Guida-2, Palmer, Kaestner, Benn, Coppersmith, Goodrich, Ranagan. Assists: M: -- J: Greeley, Kaestner, Palmer, Ranagan. Saves: M: Akapnitis-15. J: Bassett-7, Burke-0, Van Syckle-0, Fitts-1. Shots: M-14. J-40. EMO: M: 0-for-3. J: 1-for-4. Attendance: 420. Game 6 UMBC-5 March 10, 2012 #2 Johns Hopkins-12 M&T Bank Stadium BALTIMORE, MD - Johns Hopkins attackmen Zach Palmer and Brandon Benn combined for six goals and seven assists and the Blue Jay defense held UMBC scoreless for nearly 26 minutes midway through the game as the Blue Jays set up next week s showdown with Syracuse with a 12-5 victory over the Retrievers in the third game of the 2012 Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic on Saturday. The second-ranked Blue Jays improve to 6-0 with the victory, while UMBC slips to 2-3 with the loss. After the teams traded goals to open the game, the Blue Jays Rob Guida ignited a 9-1 run that bridged the first and fourth quarters to turn the early deadlock into a 10-2 Blue Jay advantage at the end of the third quarter. Guida s goal, which came with 5:27 remaining in the first quarter, was followed by the first of Benn s three goals on the day early in the second. The Retrievers had a golden opportunity to draw even when Hopkins was flagged for a two-minute non-releasable penalty with just under 11 minutes remaining in the second quarter and did slice the deficit to one on an extra-man goal by Scott Hopmann just 34 seconds into the man advantage, but the Blue Jays were able to kill off the remaining 86 seconds and stretched their one-goal lead to four by halftime. Palmer s second goal of the game midway through the second quarter was followed 73 seconds later by a strike from junior Lee Coppersmith - off an assist from Palmer - and an unassisted tally by junior John Ranagan in the final two minutes made it 6-2 at the half. The four-goal lead held for more than 11 minutes in the third quarter, but any hopes of a UMBC comeback were dashed late in the period as the Blue Jays scored four times in a span of just 81 seconds to turn the 6-2 lead into the 10-2 bulge. Junior John Kaestner s fourth goal in the last three games jump-started the spree, which also included a pair of Benn goals wrapped around Palmer s third of the game. In all, Palmer had a hand in six of JHU s nine goals during the 9-1 run as he scored the two goals and added four of his career-high-tying five assists during the spree. The teams alternated goals in the fourth quarter to account for the 12-5 final. The Retrievers Scott Jones scored all three UMBC goals in the final period with Mark Goodrich and Ranagan adding goals in the final 15 minutes for the Blue Jays. Palmer s eight points are a career high and led the way for Hopkins, which also got a career-high five points from Benn. The duo connected for four goals together as Benn assisted on two of Palmer s three goals, while Palmer got the helper on two of Benn s career-high-tying three goals. Hopkins starting attack of Palmer, Benn and Kaestner combined for seven goals and eight assists in the victory. While Palmer and Benn grabbed the headlines, the Blue Jay defense turned in another workmanlike effort as UMBC s only two goals in the first thee quarters were extra-man tallies. When Jones scored the first of his three goals just 34 seconds into the fourth quarter it ended a streak of 116:37 that Hopkins had gone without allowing an even-strength goal. Jones led the Retrievers with his three goals and Joe Lustgarten added three assists, but UMBC s first midfield shot just 1-of-11 and the team s non-starters managed just one goal. Adam Cohen was solid in goal for the Retrievers as he posted 12 saves, but JHU outshot UMBC in the second and third quarters combined and scored on eight of those shots to put the game away. UMBC (2-3) /5 #2 Johns Hopkins (6-0) /12 Goals: U: Jones-3, Linkous, Hopmann. J: Palmer-3, Benn-3, Ranagan-2, Guida, Coppersmith, Goodrich, Kaestner. Assists: U: Lustgarten-3, Brown, Murphy. J: Palmer-5, Benn-2, Kaestner. Saves: U: Cohen-12. J: Bassett-9, Burke-1. Shots: U-31. J-39. EMO: U: 2-for-7. J: 2-for-2. Attendance: 17,138. Game 7 #6 Syracuse-7 March 17, 2012 #2 Johns Hopkins-11 Homewood Field BALTIMORE, MD The highly anticipated 50th all-time meeting between men s lacrosse heavyweights Johns Hopkins and Syracuse was colored Columbia Blue on Saturday as the second-ranked Blue Jays used a 4-0 run to turn a 6-4 lead into a 10-4 advantage that the Orange never seriously threatened before falling 11-7 before 5,970 sun-drenched fans at Homewood Field. The win runs Hopkins home winning streak to 11, its regular season winning streak to 14 and its record this season to 7-0. Syracuse had its five-game winning streak against the Blue Jays snapped and slips to 3-2. After sprinting out to leads to 4-1, 5-2 and 6-3, the Blue Jays led just 6-4 late in the second quarter after the third of Derek Maltz s three first-half goals with 3:29 remaining before the half. Playing for the first time in more than two weeks, freshman Wells Stanwick pushed the lead back to three as he converted from the slot off a nifty feed from sophomore Brandon Benn with 2:42 remaining in the second quarter. The goal ignited the game-turning run, which saw the Blue Jays outscore Syracuse 4-0 over a 20-minute span that bridged the second and fourth quarters. After Stanwick s tally late in the second period, it was Benn and the Blue Jays first midfield doing the damage as Benn scored all three Hopkins goals in the third period with each assisted by a different member of Hopkins top unit. It didn t take long, nine seconds to be exact, for the Blue Jays to strike in the third quarter as junior John Ranagan scooped up the loose ball on the opening faceoff of the second half and found Benn on the point. Benn had time and room to step in and blow a shot past a defenseless Matt Lerman to give the Blue Jays their first four-goal lead of the game. Benn added his third of the game just under four minutes later off an assist from John Greeley and completed his three-goal third quarter showing with his career-high fourth goal of the game with 2:30 left in the period to make it By then the Orange had gone more than 15 minutes without scoring and the Blue Jays had the six-goal lead. The drought ended for Syracuse less than two minutes into the fourth quarter when Tom Palasek slipped inside a defender and got to the crease before beating Pierce Bassett in close. Neither team scored over the next eight minutes as the Blue Jays nursed the 10-5 lead. A Tim Desko goal with 4:49 remaining gave the Orange life, but Hopkins eventually got an empty-net goal from junior Zach Palmer with 62 seconds remaining before Henry Schoonmaker fired home the game s final goal with 15 seconds left to account for the 11-7 final score. Like they did in the third quarter, the Blue Jays scored early in the first period as junior Mike Poppleton won the opening faceoff and the Blue Jays worked a nifty play of deception between Greeley and Ranagan that freed Greeley in the middle of the field and he found the top shelf to stake JHU to a quick 1-0 lead just 35 seconds into the game. Maltz and Greeley traded goals in a two-minute span midway through the quarter before Benn and Ranagan added tallies in the final 3:14 to give the Blue Jays a 4-1 lead after the opening 15 minutes. Three times the Orange sliced the deficit to two in the second quarter, only to have the Blue Jays answer quickly each time. A Maltz tally in the first two minutes was matched by Ranagan, while a Bobby Eilers strike at the 7:54 mark was answered by Guida with 5:40 remaining in the first half. Guida s goal gave the Blue Jays a 6-3 lead that held until the Maltz goal made it 6-4. The two-goal lead lasted just 47 seconds before

33 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game-by-Game Recaps Stanwick s goal sparked the 4-0 run that Syracuse was unable to answer. Benn s four goals and one assist paced the Blue Jays, who also got two goals and one assist each from Greeley and Ranagan and one goal and two assists from Guida. The five goals and four assists the trio combined for was four goals and two assists better than the Syracuse first midfield managed. Stanwick returned to the lineup and totaled one goal and one assist and Poppleton won 12-of-18 faceoffs for the Blue Jays. Bassett registered nine saves, including several crucial stops with the Blue Jays playing short. He came up with a big first-quarter save with the Blue Jays playing two men down and added a point-blank save on a Maltz shot early in the third quarter that would have cut an 8-4 deficit to 8-5. Instead, Benn added the second of his three straight goals less than a minute later and Syracuse was never closer than four over the final 25 minutes. Maltz led the Orange with three goals and JoJo Marasco (2a) and Palasek (1g, 1a) also registered multi-point games for SU, but the Orange couldn t over a 7-of-20 showing on faceoffs and didn t score consecutive goals in the game until the fourth quarter. The win potentially sets up a one vs. two matchup next weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia as the second-ranked Blue Jays travel to face the top-ranked Cavaliers next Saturday (new rankings will be released on Monday, March 19). Notes: Johns Hopkins is 7-0 for the first time since 2005 and the seventh time since 1977 Palmer s goal extended his scoring streak to 19 games Hopkins now leads the all-time series against Syracuse, The Blue Jays have scored on their first shot of the game three times this season and their first or second shot of the game six times in seven games Syracuse went scoreless for 20:14 at one point the Blue Jays have held all seven of their opponents scoreless for a stretch of at least 19:30. #6 Syracuse (3-2) /7 #2 Johns Hopkins (7-0) /11 Goals: S: Maltz-3, Palasek, Desko, Eilers, Schoonmaker. J: Benn-4, Ranagan-2, Greeley-2, Guida, Stanwick, Palmer. Assists: S: Marasco-2, Coleman, Palasek, Ward. J: Guida-2, Benn, Greeley, Ranagan, Stanwick. Saves: S: Lerman-8. J: Bassett-9. Shots: S-29. J-36. EMO: S: 2-for-7. J: 2-for-4. Attendance: 5,970. Game 8 #2 Johns Hopkins-11 (OT) March 24, 2012 #1 Virginia-10 Klockner Stadium CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA - Few games that receive as much hype as Saturday s men s lacrosse matchup between top-ranked Virginia and second-ranked Johns Hopkins actually live up to the advance billing. After regulation and all but five seconds of a full overtime, it s safe to say that the Blue Jays win over the Cavaliers did - and then some. Johns Hopkins trailed by as many as three in the first half, led by two early in the fourth quarter and trailed by a goal with just over a minute to play in regulation - while playing a man down. That s when things really got crazy. Virginia turned the ball over with 11 seconds remaining on its extra-man chance and the Blue Jays needed one timeout and 27 seconds before junior Lee Coppersmith slipped inside a pair of defenders and scored from the high slot with 44 seconds left in regulation. Failed extra-man chances and turnovers by both teams over the remainder of regulation and the first three plus minutes overtime eventually led to Hopkins isolating junior John Ranagan at the top of the box as the first overtime ticket away. After getting a quick step on his defender, he beat Virginia goalie Rob Fortunato low for his eighth goal of the season and the Blue Jays had exorcised yet another demon they had carried - and heard about - for far too long. Ranagan s goal lifted the Blue Jays to their first win in Charlottesville against the Cavaliers since Earlier wins at Princeton and last week against Syracuse had stopped losing streaks against the Tigers and Orange that had stretched to three and five games, respectively. Winning at Virginia - that was an entirely different monkey on the back; or gorilla as JHU head coach Dave Pietramalahas referred to it a week earlier. That the game went to overtime should surprise few. During the losing streak in Charlottesville the Blue Jays had alternated blowout losses in 2002, 2006 and 2010 with overtime defeats in 2004 and Eventually one of these had to break Hopkins way. After Virginia built an early 4-1 lead on lengthy possessions and back-to-back goals by Chris Bocklet that bridged the first and second quarters, the Blue Jays slowly began to work their way back into the game. The Blue Jays grabbed the momentum midway through the second quarter as they scored consecutive goals in a three-minute span midway through the period. Sophomore Brandon Benn one-timed home a pass to the crease from junior Zach Palmer to make it 4-2 and freshman Wells Stanwick made it a one-goal game with 4:34 remaining in the first half as he dodged hard to the crease from behind the goal and beat Fortunato from in tight. A Steele Stanwick goal into an empty net gave the Cavs a 5-3 lead at halftime and the teams traded goals in a 35-second span early in the period to make it 6-4. Nearly 15 minutes would pass before Virginia would score again. During that time the Blue Jays scored four times to build their two-goal lead. Benn completed his third consecutive hat trick 29 seconds after a Ryan Tucker goal to ignite the fourgoal run, which included the first career goal by sophomore Jack Reilly and back-to-back extra-man goals by Rob Guida in a span of just over five minutes bridging the third and fourth quarters. Virginia, as it does so often, struck back quickly with two goals in a 50-second span shortly after Guida s strike made it 8-6. A Rob Emery extra-man goal drew the Cavs within one at 8-7 and Matt White s highlight-reel behind the back shot from the crease tied it less than a minute later. If White s shot was destined for play of the game, it was quickly bumped by Zach Palmer s goal 52 seconds later. Working from behind the goal, Palmer drove up the side and scored on a one-handed wraparound shot from goal line extended that gave the Blue Jays a 9-8 lead with more than 10 minutes remaining. The one-goal lead didn t figure to hold - and it didn t. Steele Stanwick scored from in tight after defenseman Tucker Durkin lost his footing to knot the game with just over four minutes remaining and Tucker fired home his second of the game with 2:44 on the clock to give Virginia a 10-9 lead. The one-goal lead held for exactly two minutes, when Coppersmith fired home the game-tying goal that forced overtime and led to Ranagan s game-winner that lifted the final proverbial monkey off the Blue Jays back. Benn led the Blue Jays with his three goals, while Guida notched a career-high four points on two goals and two assists. Wells Stanwick (1g, 2a) and Palmer (1g, 1a) were JHU s other multi-point scorers, while freshman Drew Kennedy won 8-of-14 faceoffs and junior goalie Pierce Bassettposted nine saves. Virginia, which had its 14-game home winning streak snapped, was led by Steele Stanwick s two goals and three assists, while Emery, Bocklet and Tucker added two goals apiece for the Cavaliers, who also got 11 saves from Fortunato. #2 Johns Hopkins (8-0) /11 #1 Virginia (8-1) /10 Goals: J: Benn-3, Guida-2, Stanwick, Palmer, Ranagan, Coppersmith, Reilly, Poppleton. V: Stanwick-2, Emery-2, Tucker-2, Briggs, White. Assists: J: Guida-2, Stanwick-2, Palmer. V: Stanwick-3, Briggs, Emery, White. Saves: J: Bassett-9. V: Fortunato-13. Shots: J-34. V-48. EMO: J: 3-for-5. V: 1-for-3. Attendance: 6,899. Game 9 #11 North Carolina-13 April 1, 2012 #1 Johns Hopkins-9 Met Life Stadium EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ Eleventh-ranked North Carolina outscored top-ranked Johns Hopkins 5-2 in the fourth quarter to pull away for a 13-9 victory in the third game of the Konica Minolta Big City Classic at Met Life Stadium Sunday night. The Tar Heels led by four at the half, withstood a rally the Blue Jays in the third quarter and then pulled away in the fourth to improve to 8-3 on the year. Hopkins suffered its first loss of the season and slips to 8-1. The Blue Jays trailed just 8-7 entering the fourth quarter after trailing by as many as four, but could never pull even and the Tar Heels won the decisive final period. An extra-man goal by Nicky Galasso just 39 seconds into the final period ignited the game-deciding run. A Chad Tutton strike 81 seconds later made it 10-7 and that three-goal lead held for more than four minutes. Senior Chris Boland, playing in his first game since the season opener, drew the Blue Jays to within 10-8 with an extra-man goal at the 7:42 mark, but freshman Jimmy Bitter blew home an underhanded low-to-high blast just over a minute later and the Heels added goals by Thomas Wood and Duncan Hutchins in a

34 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game-by-Game Recaps two-minute span a short time later to push the lead out to Rob Guida s second goal of the game with 1:31 remaining accounted for the final scoring. Three times the Tar Heels took the lead in the first quarter, only to have the Blue Jays answer each time. The Tar Heels led 4-2 late in the period after back-toback goals in a six-second span by Bitter and sophomore R.G. Keenan, but the Blue Jays answered with a Boland goal off a nice feed to the slot from freshman Wells Stanwick and an extra-man goal by Guida in the final 98 seconds to make it 4-4 at the end of the opening quarter. The fourth-quarter run didn t look like it would be necessary at halftime as Carolina took control in the second quarter by outscoring the Blue Jays, 4-0. An extra-man goal by junior Marcus Holman, who made a nice cut to the goal and quick-sticked home a pass from Galasso, jump-started the second-quarter spree. Back-to-back goals in a 60-second span - a tough-angle shot from freshman Joey Sankey and another strike by Holman off a restart - pushed the lead to 7-4 midway through the period and Wood capped the four-goal second period for UNC with an extra-man goal with 4:31 remaining to account for an 8-4 halftime score. Johns Hopkins jumped back in the game by scoring three straight goals in the third period while holding the Tar Heels scoreless for the entire period. An extra-man strike by Brandon Benn just under two minutes into the quarter made it 8-5 and the threegoal lead held for more than six minutes before junior Lee Coppersmith made it a two-goal game with an unassisted goal midway through the period. When sophomore Greg Edmonds fired home his second goal of the game a short time later, the Blue Jays had all the momentum and several chances to pull even, but a slashing call against JHU s Michael Pellegrino with two seconds remaining in the third quarter led to Galasso s extra-man goal that ignited the game-ending spree for North Carolina. Bitter led the Tar Heels with three goals, while Holman (2g, 3a) and Wood (2g) also had multi-goal games for the Tar Heels. Keenan dominated on faceoffs as he won 18-of-25 and added nine ground balls and the one goal. Steven Rastivo posted 10 saves for the Heels, who held advantages in shots (49-34) and ground balls (27-15). Boland led the way offensively for the Blue Jays with two goals and two assists, while Guida (2g, 1a) and Benn (2g) added multi-goal games as well. Stanwick totaled three assists and junior Pierce Bassett registered 12 saves for the Blue Jays, who saw their 15-game regular-season winning streak snapped with the loss. #11 North Carolina (8-3) /13 #1 Johns Hopkins (8-1) /9 Goals: N: Bitter-3, Holman-2, Wood-2, Galasso, Hutchins, Sankey, Keenan, Tutton, Kilpatrick. J: Boland-2, Guida-2, Benn-2, Edmonds, Coppersmith, Palmer. Assists: N: Holman-3, Galasso, Hutchins, McBride. J: Stanwick-3, Boland-2, Edmonds, Palmer, Guida. Saves: N: Rastivo-10. J: Bassett-12. Shots: N-49. J-34. EMO: N: 3-for-4. J: 3-for-4. Attendance: 25,934. Game 10 Albany-6 April 5, 2012 #3 Johns Hopkins-17 Homewood Field BALTIMORE, MD The thirdranked Johns Hopkins men s lacrosse team jumped out to a 7-1 halftime lead, pushed the lead to 10-1 before withstanding a brief Albany rally and went on to a 17-6 victory before a crowd of 1,660 at Homewood Field Thursday night. Four days after dropping their first game of the season, the Blue Jays got goals from 11 different players and 14 different players registered at least one point in JHU s 12th consecutive home victory. Save for a five-minute span midway through the third quarter when the Great Danes scored four of their six goals, the Blue Jays dominated possession and used three decisive scoring runs to fuel their 10th win in the 11-game series history. The Blue Jays led 3-1 early in the second quarter before junior John Ranagan jump-started a 7-0 run with the second of his career-high four goals. Three of those goals tallies by Mark Goodrich, Zach Palmer and Chris Boland came before halftime as the Blue Jays built the 7-1 lead at intermission. Like they had in the first two quarters, the Blue Jays struck for a goal less than a minute into the third period as Palmer skipped a pass over the defense to junior Lee Coppersmith, who wasted little time blowing one just inside the crossbar past a defenseless Max Huber. An extra-man goal by Rob Guida and the second of Boland s three goals pushed the lead to 10-1 before the Danes made their run. A Ty Thompson goal for Albany with 7:07 remaining in the third quarter snapped a scoreless stretch that had reached more than 24 minutes. Boland answered with his third goal of the game 41 seconds later, but Miles Thompson scored five seconds later to ignite a three-goal run for the Great Danes that included another strike by Miles Thompson and a Joe Resetarits goal that trimmed what was once a nine-goal deficit to six at 11-5 late in the third quarter. Any hopes for a comeback were dashed in a twominute span that bridged the third and fourth quarters as Ranagan s third goal of the game with 1:43 remaining in the third was followed by a Wells Stanwick goal 28 seconds into the fourth to push the lead to Goals by Ranagan, Palmer, Chase Winter and Trevor Brown closed out the scoring for the Blue Jays, who punched up their highest goal total since an 18-goal outburst against Delaware early in the 2011 season. Ranagan s four goal-effort led the way for the Blue Jays, who also got three goals and two assists from Boland, two goals and two assists from Palmer and one goal and two assists from Stanwick. Junior Mike Poppleton won 15-of-21 faceoffs and grabbed a careerhigh 14 ground balls to fuel a decided advantage in possession for Johns Hopkins, which also got 11 saves in goal from junior Pierce Bassett before he departed with just under five minutes remaining. Miles Thompson was the only multi-point producer for Albany as he finished with two goals and one assist, while Huber posted 13 saves in just over 51 minutes of action. Johns Hopkins held decided advantages in shots (42-27) and ground balls (42-30), won 18-of-27 faceoffs and converted on 2-of-3 extra-man opportunities. The Blue Jays will return to action on Saturday, April 14 when they host Maryland in the 108th renewal of the greatest rivalry in college lacrosse. Albany (1-8) /6 #3 Johns Hopkins (9-1) /17 Goals: A: M. Thompson-2, Resetarits, T. Thompson, L. Thompson, Bertrams. J: Ranagan-4, Boland-3, Palmer-2, Stanwick, Benn, Goodrich, Guida, Coppersmith, Brown, Greeley, Winter. Assists: A: Bonitatibus, Harris, Lyons, M. Thompson. J: Boland-2, Palmer-2, Stanwick-2, Benn, Durkin, Goodrich, Interlicchio, B. Kelly. Saves: A: Huber-13, Carroll-1. J: Bassett-11, Burke-1, Van Syckle-0. Shots: A-27. J-42. EMO: A: 0-for-2. J: 2-for-3. Attendance: 1,660. Game 11 #9 Maryland April 14, 2012 #3 Johns Hopkins-6 Homewood Field BALTIMORE, MD Ninth-ranked Maryland scored the final six goals of the game, including four by junior attackman Owen Blye, as the Terrapins knocked off third-ranked Johns Hopkins, 9-6, before a capacity crowd of 8,500 at Homewood Field Saturday evening. The win improves the Terps record to 7-3, while the Blue Jays slip to 9-2 and had their 12-game home winning streak snapped. Hopkins seemed to be in control of the game for the first 31 minutes, but could never really pull away. A Chris Boland goal off an assist from junior John Greeley just 43 seconds into the third quarter gave the Blue Jays a 6-3 lead, their second, three-goal goal lead of the game, but that would be the final tally for Hopkins as Blye sparked Maryland s comeback. Blye opened the game-ending spree five minutes after Boland s goal when Mike Chanenchuk found him alone on the backdoor and he faked Hopkins goalie Pierce Bassett high and low several times before slipping a low shot past him to make it 6-4. He cut the two-goal deficit to one just under three minutes later when he got his defender hung up in the net behind the cage and scored from a tough angle to make it 6-5. When Michael Shakespeare had time and room to step down from 10 yards and fire one past Bassett with 17 seconds remaining in the third quarter, the Terps had come back to tie and grabbed all the momentum. Maryland scored a goal in the final minute of each of the first three quarters. Blye s third and fourth goals, which both came after working up the field from along the goal line in a one-on-one matchup, came midway through the final period, while a Kevin Cooper goal with 2:31 remaining closed the scoring and secured the victory. The second-half drought for the Blue Jays seemed unlikely after Hopkins scored twice in the first 3:19 of the game and crafted three-goal leads of 5-2 and 6-3. Back-to-back goals by Rob Guida and Lee Coppersmith staked Hopkins to an early 2-0 lead, only to have the Terps knot the score with back-to-back goals

35 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game-by-Game Recaps in a 62-second span late in the first quarter as Cooper and Landon Carr both tallied in the final 90 seconds of the period. Sophomore Greg Edmonds jump-started a 3-0 Hopkins run that covered a seven-minute span in the second quarter as he, John Ranagan and Brandon Benn all scored to turn the 2-2 tie into a 5-2 lead. The momentum of that spree was somewhat short-circuited as a Billy Gribbin goal with 54 seconds remaining in the first half made it 5-3 at intermission. Boland s goal pushed the lead to 6-3, but Blye ignited the comeback a short time later and the Terps never looked back in slipping past the Blue Jays for the second time in three years. Blye s four goals were a game high and paced the Terps, who also got two goals and one assist from Cooper and seven saves from sophomore goalie Niko Amato. Only two Blue Jays registered multi-point games as Greeley had a career-high three assists and Boland added the one goal and one assist. Junior Mike Poppleton repeatedly gave the Blue Jays possession as he won 14-of-19 faceoffs and had a game-high eight ground balls, but the 29-minute scoring drought and seven fourth-quarter turnovers were more than the Blue Jays could overcome. #9 Maryland (7-3) /9 #3 Johns Hopkins (9-2) /6 Goals: M: Blye-4, Cooper-2, Gribbin, Shakespeare, Carr. J: Boland, Coppersmith, Ranagan, Guida, Benn, Edmonds. Assists: M: CHanenchuk, Copper, Cummings, Haus. J: Greeley-3, Boland. Saves: M: Amato-7. J: Bassett-5. Shots: M-28. J-29. EMO: M: 0-for-0. J: 0-for-2. Attendance: 8,500. Game 12 #6 Johns Hopkins-2 April 21, 2012 Navy-8 Navy Marine Corps Stadium ANNAPOLIS, MD RJ Wickham made his final career game at Navy s Marine Corps Stadium one to remember as the senior totaled 18 saves, including several point-blank stops, to lead the unranked Midshipmen to an 8-2 win over sixth-ranked Johns Hopkins Saturday afternoon. The win evens Navy s record at 6-6, while the Blue Jays slip to 9-3. Hopkins outshot the Mids in the first half, but managed just one goal in the opening 30 minutes and found itself trailing 3-1 at halftime as first-quarter goals by Pat Durkin, Taylor Reynolds and Nikk Davis all scored in the final eight minutes of the first quarter to account for all the goals the Navy would need to lead at halftime. Durkin s empty-net goal after a failed JHU doubleteam midway through the first quarter gave Navy a lead it would never relinquish and Reynolds fired one home just over two minutes later off a nice cut to the goal make it 2-0. When Davis scored with 20 seconds remaining in the first period the Mids had crafted their three-goal lead. Hopkins finally got on the board with 4:29 remaining in the first half when Brandon Benn found Zach Palmer alone on the doorstep and he beat Wickham from in tight to make it 3-1. Hopkins had a golden opportunity to make it a onegoal game early in the third quarter as Palmer zipped a cross-field pass to Benn on the backdoor, but Wickham stoned him and Navy went the other way; just over a minute later Sam Jones scored the first of his three second-half goals to ignite a 5-0 Navy run that pushed the lead out to 8-1 midway through the final period. Jones goal, which also came into an empty net after JHU doubled the ball behind the goal, was followed three minutes later by Erik Hoffstadt s nifty strike on a dodge to goal line extended. There, he whipped a tough-angle shot past JHU s Pierce Bassett for his sixth goal of the season. Durkin added a second goal in the final three minutes of the third quarter before Jones added his second and third of the day both times beating a double team behind the goal and scoring into an open net to account for the 8-1 advantage. A Greg Edmonds goal for JHU with 2:44 remaining accounted for the final scoring. Wickham s 18 saves matched his season high set two weeks ago in a loss to Maryland and mark the fifth time in his career that he has posted 18 or more saves. Jones added an assist to go along with his three goals, while Durkin added the two goals. Johns Hopkins held a advantage in shots and junior Mike Poppleton s 8-of-13 showing on faceoffs helped the Blue Jays to a 9-of-14 advantage at the X, but the Blue Jays couldn t overcome Wickham s senior-day performance in goal and fell to the Midshipmen for the second time in three years. #6 Johns Hopkins (9-3) /2 Navy (6-6) /8 Goals: J: Palmer, Edmonds. N: Jones-3, Durkin-2, Hoffstadt, Reynolds, Davis. Assists: J: Benn. N: Hull, Jones, Voumard. Saves: J: Bassett-7. N: Wickham-20. Shots: J-30. N-26. EMO: J: 1-for-5. N: 0-for-3. Attendance: 11,917. Game 13 #10 Johns Hopkins-19 April 28, 2012 #1 Loyola-9 (OT) Ridley Athletic Complex BALTIMORE, MD - Sophomore Rob Guida provided the emotional spark the Johns Hopkins men s lacrosse team needed when he opened the scoring with an unassisted goal less than three minutes into Saturday s showdown at top-ranked Loyola. Guida did himself one better with 2.3 seconds remaining in overtime when he quick-sticked home a pass to the crease from junior Zach Palmer to lift the 10th-ranked Blue Jays to a 10-9 win before a capacity crowd of 6,000 at Loyola s Ridley Athletic Complex. In a game that saw the Blue Jays lead 9-5 with less than 13 minutes remaining in regulation, Guida netted his game-winner after Loyola hit the post with its second shot in overtime and the Blue Jays failed on an extra-man opportunity. With the clock winding down, Hopkins midfielder John Ranagan worked to an ally dodge, but was trail-checked nicely and the ball flew out to Palmer along the goal line. There, he threaded a pass to the crease, where Guida caught it for the briefest time and slipped a quick shot between the legs of Loyola goalie Jack Runkel. The goal completed Guida s first career hat trick and improved Hopkins record to 19-9 all-time in overtime games under head coach Dave Pietramala. A late goal in overtime didn t look like it would be necessary for the Blue Jays after Guida s extra-man goal early in the fourth quarter gave JHU a 9-5 lead. To that point, the `Hounds hadn t been closer than three since the first quarter and the Blue Jays appeared to be in control. It look less than two minutes for Davis Butts to answer Guida s tally and less than a minute after that before a Sean O Sullivan strike made it 9-7 with more than 11 minutes remaining. The 9-7 lead held for the Blue Jays (10-3) for more than eight minutes as Runkel and his counterpart, JHU goalie Pierce Bassett, traded saves. Still, the Greyhounds made it a one-goal game with 54 seconds remaining when Justin Ward found Pat Laconi alone in the high slot and Laconi picked the near post for his first goal of the season. Loyola (12-1), which had its 12-game winning streak snapped, won the ensuing faceoff and worked the ball to Ward behind the goal. Hopkins senior Gavin Crisafulli bodied up with Ward along the goal line and appeared to be in solid position, but Ward worked topside just slightly and rifled home the equalizer to force the extra period. Loyola maintained possession for more than 90 seconds in overtime and Eric Lusby rang the far post with the `Hounds second shot, but Guida came up with the ensuing ground ball and drew a flag for a hold while trying to clear. Hopkins maintained possession after the penalty expired and Palmer threaded his pass to a tightly-marked Guida a short time later to seal Hopkins 13th straight win over the Greyhounds. After back-to-back losses the Blue Jays were looking for something positive early in the game and Guida, Mark Goodrich and Lee Coppersmith provided just that with first quarter goals that gave JHU a 3-0 lead at the end of the opening quarter. It marked the 15th time Hopkins has held an opponent scoreless in a quarter this season and the first time all year that Loyola failed to score in the opening quarter of a game. The Blue Jays pushed the lead to 5-0 when Coppersmith and Wells Stanwick scored in the opening 2:03 of the second period, but Loyola got goals by Butts, Lusby and Chris Layne in the final 11:15 of the period with only a Palmer strike in that time for JHU to account for a 6-3 score at the half. The teams traded third-quarter goals to make it 8-5 entering the final period and Gudia s extra-man goal 47 seconds into the fourth quarter gave JHU the 9-5 lead. Butts ignited Loyola s 4-0 run a short time later when he scored on an ally dodge and Ward capped the spree in the final seconds with his only goal of the game. That set the stage for the overtime period, which went nearly the full four minutes before Palmer and Guida put an end to the dramatics and lifted Hopkins to its 47th all-time win in the 50-game series with Loyola. Guida, who had scored previously scored a careerhigh two goals in a game six times in his career, led the Blue Jays with his three goals, while Palmer added two goals and two assists. Coppersmith and Goodrich added two-goal efforts for the Blue Jays, who held advantages in shots (40-28) and ground balls (34-30). Bassett posted nine saves in goal and freshman Mi-

36 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes Game-by-Game Recaps chael Pellegrino added a game-high seven ground balls for the Blue Jays, who picked up their second win of the season against a team ranked number one and have now won 7-of-11 against teams ranked number one under Pietramala. Loyola got two goals from Lusby and Butts, one goal and two assists from Layne and the one goal and one assist from Ward, while Runkel was solid in goal with 14 saves on the day. J.P. Dalton took all 23 faceoffs in the game for Loyola and won 14 of them, although the Blue Jays won 7-of-11 in the second half. #10 Johns Hopkins (10-3) /10 #1 Loyola (12-1) /9 Goals: J: Guida-3, Palmer-2, Coppersmith-2, Goodrich-2, Stanwick. L: Lusby-2, Butts-2, Layne, Ward, Sawyer, O Sullivan, Laconi. Assists: J: Boland-2, Palmer-2, Burkhart. L: Layne-2, Ratliff, Ward. Saves: J: Bassett-9. L: Runkel-14, Bonitatibus-0. Shots: J-40. L-28. EMO: J: 2-for-4. L: 0-for-1. Attendance: 6,000. Game 14 Army-6 May 5, 2012 #10 Johns Hopkins-13 Homewood Field BALTIMORE, MD Junior attackman Zach Palmer scored a careerhigh five goals and added two assists and the 10th-ranked Johns Hopkins men s lacrosse team scored nine of the game s final 11 goals as the Blue Jays knocked off visiting Army, 13-6, at Homewood Field Saturday afternoon. Johns Hopkins finishes the regular season with a record of 11-3 and seems assured of a record 41st consecutive berth in the NCAA Tournament. Army ends its season at 7-8. After Army s Alex Van Krevel knotted the game at 4-4 early in the third quarter, Palmer and the Blue Jay offense took over. Palmer answered Van Krevel s strike just 10 seconds later as he scored off a nice skip pass from senior Chris Boland to give Hopkins a lead that it would never relinquish. Sophomore Greg Edmonds dipped inside his defender at the top of the box and scored on the run 61 seconds later and Brandon Benn s rebound goal 90 seconds after that gave the Blue Jays their second three-goal lead of the game. Conor Hayes goal just under a minute after Benn s tally made it 7-5, but Benn s second goal of the game, this one off an assist from John Ranagan, and another Palmer goal made it 9-5 before Devin Lynch closed the third quarter scoring with an unassisted tally of his own to make it 9-6 entering the final period. Palmer s goal that made it 9-5 was the latest of his highlight-reel goals this season as he went behind-the-back from in tight with a pair of defenders on him to stake JHU to its first four-goal lead of the game. The Blue Jays, who dominated at the X throughout the game, won all five faceoffs in the fourth quarter and used that possession advantage to outscore the Black Knights 4-0 in the final 15 minutes; Palmer had a hand in all four goals. After coming up with a loose ball in a riding situation, he went in alone on goalie Zach Palmieri and beat him low before capping another transition opportunity with his career-best fifth goal of the game off another assist from Boland to make it Boland capped the victory with back-to-back goals in a two- minute span midway through the quarter both off assists from Palmer to account for the final scoring. Army was held scoreless in the final 15 minutes to mark the 16th time this season the Blue Jay defense has held the opposition scoreless in a quarter. A tightly contested first half saw the Blue Jays jump out to a 4-1 lead as Ranagan, Palmer, Boland a freshman Wells Stanwick all scored in the first 18 minutes of the game, but Army hung in and pulled within a goal by intermission as senior Garrett Thul s 39th goal of the season midway through the second quarter was followed by Van Krevel s first of the game as he blew a 14-yarder from the top of the box past Hopkins goalie Pierce Bassett to account for a 4-3 score at the half. By the time Van Krevel added his second goal just under four minutes into the third quarter, the Blue Jays had gone more than 16 minutes without scoring and the Black Knights had eaten away all of JHU s threegoal lead. The tie last just 10 seconds before Palmer s transition goal opened the floodgates as the Blue Jays scored on nine of their 21 second-half shots to secure their 18th consecutive victory over Army. Palmer led the Blue Jays with his five goals and two assists as he scored on five of his seven shots in the game and had a hand in six of the nine goals Johns Hopkins scored after halftime. Boland added his 11th career hat trick as he totaled three goals and two assists, while Ranagan (1g, 2a) and Benn (2g) also added multi-point games for the Blue Jays. Junior Mike Poppleton continued to excel on faceoffs for the Blue Jays as he won 15-of-19 and grabbed a game-high six ground balls. The 15 faceoffs won match Poppleton s career high. Army goal two goals from Van Krevel and Lynch and one goal and one assist from Hayes, but Thul, who entered the game with 38 goals on the year, was held to just one goal and the Black Knights didn t get a point from a non-starter. Army (7-8) /6 #10 Johns Hopkins (11-3) /13 Goals: A: Lynch-2, Van Krevel-2, Hayes, Thul. J: Palmer-5, Boland-3, Benn-2, Ranagan, Stanwick, Edmonds. Assists: A: Glesener, Hayes. J: Boland-2, Palmer-2, Ranagan-2, Goodrich. Saves: A: Palmieri-7, Somers-1. J: Bassett-5, Burke-1, Van Syckle-0. Shots: A-24. J-37. EMO: A: 0-for-1. J: 1-for-2. Attendance: 5,130.

37 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes All-Time NCAA Tournament Results Year Date Round Opponent JHU Seed/Opp. Seed Result Attendance City, State Stadium 2011 May 14 First Round #13 Hosfstra 3/- W/12-5 1,737 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 2011 May 21 Quarterfinals #6 Denver 3/6 L/ ,447 Hempstead, NY Shuart Stadium 2010 May 15 First Round #5 Duke -/5 L/5-18 1,813 Durham, NC Koskinen Stadium 2009 May 9 First Round #11 Brown 8/- (OT) W/ ,142 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 2009 May 17 Quarterfinals #5 Virginia 8/1 L/8-19 2,491 Annapolis, MD Navy Marine Corps Stadium 2008 May 11 First Round #16 Hofstra 5/- W/10-4 2,864 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 2008 May 17 Quarterfinals #14 Navy 5/- W/ ,017 Annapolis, MD Navy Marine Corps Stadium 2008 May 24 Semifinals #1 Duke 5/1 W/ ,224 Foxboro, MA Gillette Stadium 2008 May 26 Championship #3 Syracuse 5/3 L/ ,970 Foxboro, MA Gillette Stadium 2007 May 12 First Round #11 Notre Dame 3/- (OT) W/ ,548 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 2007 May 19 Quarterfinals #6 Georgetown 3/6 W/14-6 8,123 Princeton, NJ Princeton Stadium 2007 May 26 Semifinals #15 Delaware 3/- W/8-3 52,004 Baltimore, MD M&T Bank Stadium 2007 May 28 Championship #2 Duke 3/1 W/ ,443 Baltimore, MD M&T Bank Stadium 2006 May 13 First Round #13 Penn 4/- W/13-3 1,964 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 2006 May 20 Quarterfinals #5 Syracuse 4/5 L/ ,335 Stony Brook, NY LaValle Stadium 2005 May 14 First Round Marist 1/- W/22-6 1,175 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 2005 May 21 Quarterfinals #8 UMass 1/8 W/19-9 6,504 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 2005 May 28 Semifinals #4 Virginia 1/4 (OT) W/9-8 45,275 Philadelphia, PA Lincoln Financial Field 2005 May 30 Championship #2 Duke 1/2 W/9-8 44,920 Philadelphia, PA Lincoln Financial Field 2004 May 15 First Round #16 Providence 1/- W/15-3 1,213 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 2004 May 22 Quarterfinals #8 North Carolina 1/8 W/15-9 2,869 Charlottesville, VA Scott Stadium 2004 May 29 Semifinals #4 Syracuse 1/4 L/ ,923 Baltimore, MD M&T Bank Stadium 2003 May 10 First Round #20 Army 1/ W/14-2 1,408 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 2003 May 18 Quarterfinals #9 Towson 1/?? W/14-6 4,416 Towson, MD Johnny Unitas Stadium 2003 May 24 Semifinals #6 Syracuse 1/?? W/ ,823 Baltimore, MD M&T Bank Stadium 2003 May 26 Championship #2 Virginia 1/2 L/7-9 37,944 Baltimore, MD M&T Bank Stadium 2002 May 19 Quarterfinals #8 UMass 1/8 (OT) W/ ,468 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 2002 May 25 Semifinals #4 Princeton 1/4 L/ ,123 New Brunswick, NJ Rutgers Stadium 2001 May 20 Quaterfinals #5 Notre Dame 4/5 L/ ,118 College Park, MD Byrd Stadium 2000 May 21 Quarterfinals #12 Notre Dame 4/- W/ ,916 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 2000 May 27 Semifinals #1 Syracuse 4/1 L/ ,105 College Park, MD Byrd Stadium 1999 May 22 Quarterfinals #7 Hofstra 2/7 W/ ,292 Hempstead, NY Hofstra Stadium 1999 May 29 Semifinals #3 Virginia 2/3 L/ ,586 College Park, MD Byrd Stadium 1998 May 17 Quarterfinals #5 Maryland 4/5 (OT) L/ ,261 College Park, MD Byrd Stadium 1997 May 18 Quarterfinals #5 Duke 4/5 (OT) L/ ,011 College Park, MD Byrd Stadium 1996 May 12 First Round #10 Notre Dame 7/- W/12-7 6,089 Annapolis, MD Navy Marine Corps Stadium 1996 May 19 Quarterfinals #2 Maryland 7/2 W/9-7 9,346 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1996 May 27 Semifinals #3 Virginia 7/3 L/ ,066 College Park, MD Byrd Stadium 1995 May 20 Quarterfinals #8 Loyola 1/8 W/18-5 4,996 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1995 May 27 Semifinals #4 Maryland 1/4 L/ ,327 College Park, MD Byrd Stadium 1994 May 14 First Round #11 Towson State 6/- W/ ,203 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1994 May 21 Quarterfinals #3 Princeton 6/3 (OT) L/ ,796 Princeton, NJ Palmer Stadium 1993 May 22 Quarterfinals #5 Virginia 4/5 W/ ,293 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1993 May 29 Semifinals #1 North Carolina 4/1 L/ ,529 College Park, MD Byrd Stadium 1992 May 10 First Round #12 Notre Dame 5/- W/15-7 1,794 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1992 May 16 Quarterfinals #4 Towson State 5/4 W/15-7 7,812 Towson, MD Towson Stadium 1992 May 23 Semifinals #1 Syracuse 5/1 L/ ,640 Philadelphia, PA Franklin Field 1991 May 14 Quarterfinals #5 Syracuse 4/5 L/ ,723 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field

38 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes All-Time NCAA Tournament Results 1990 May 20 First Round #10 Princeton 7/- L/8-9 3,150 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1989 May 21 Quarterfinals #7 UMass 2/7 W/9-4 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1989 May 27 Semifinals #6 North Carolina 2/6 W/ ,615 College Park, MD Byrd Stadium 1989 May 29 Championship #1 Syracuse 2/1 L/ ,827 College Park, MD Byrd Stadium 1988 May 22 Quarterfinals #10 Virginia 2/- L/ ,348 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1987 May 17 Quarterfinals #5 North Carolina 4/5 W/11-10 n/a Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1987 May 23 Semifinals #1 Maryland 4/1 W/ ,933 Rutgers, NJ Rutgers Stadium 1987 May 25 Championship #2 Cornell 4/2 W/ ,901 Rutgers, NJ Rutgers Stadium 1986 May 18 Quarterfinals #8 UMass 1/8 W/13-6 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1986 May 24 Semifinals #5 North Carolina 1/5 (OT) L/9-10 Newark, DE Delaware Stadium 1985 May 15 Quarterfinals #8 Adelphi 1/8 W/15-9 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1985 May 19 Semifinals #4 Virginia 1/4 W/11-8 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1985 May 25 Championship #2 Syracuse 1/2 W/11-4 Providence, RI Brown Stadium 1984 May 16 Quarterfinals #8 Delaware 1/8 W/10-3 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1984 May 20 Semifinals #5 North Carolina 1/5 W/14-9 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1984 May 26 Championship #2 Syracuse 1/2 W/13-10 Newark, DE Delaware Stadium 1983 May 18 Quarterfinals #8 Cornell 1/8 W/7-6 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1983 May 21 Semifinals #5 North Carolina 1/5 W/12-9 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1983 May 28 Championship #2 Syracuse 1/2 L/16-17 Piscataway, NJ Rutgers Stadium 1982 May 19 Quarterfinals #7 Maryland 2/7 W/14-9 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1982 May 22 Semifinals #3 Virginia 2/3 W/13-9 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1982 May 29 Championship #1 North Carolina 2/1 L/5-7 Charlottesville, VA Scott Stadium 1981 May 20 Quarterfinals #8 Maryland 1/8 W/19-14 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1981 May 23 Semifinals #5 Virginia 1/5 W/10-6 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1981 May 30 Championship #2 North Carolina 1/2 L/13-14 Princeton, NJ Palmer Stadium 1980 May 21 Quarterfinals #7 Harvard 2/7 W/16-12 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1980 May 24 Semifinals #3 Syracuse 2/3 W/18-11 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1980 May 31 Championship #1 Virginia 2/1 (2OT) W/9-8 Ithaca, NY Schoellkopf Field 1979 May 16 Quarterfinals #8 North Carolina State 1/8 W/20-6 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1979 May 19 Semifinals #4 Virginia 1/4 W/16-7 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1979 May 26 Championship #2 Maryland 1/2 W/15-9 College Park, MD Byrd Stadium 1978 May 17 Quarterfinals #7 Hofstra 2/7 W/20-8 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1978 May 20 Semifinals #3 Maryland 2/3 W/17-11 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1978 May 27 Championship #1 Cornell 2/1 W/13-8 Piscataway, NJ Rutgers Stadium 1977 May 18 Quarterfinals #7 North Carolina 2/7 W/16-9 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1977 May 21 Semifinals #3 Maryland 2/3 W/22-12 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1977 May 28 Championship #1 Cornell 2/1 L/8-16 Charlottesville, VA Scott Stadium 1976 May 19 Quarterfinals #6 UMass 3/6 W/11-9 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1976 May 22 Semifinals #2 Cornell 3/2 L/5-13 Ithaca. NY Schoellkopf Field 1975 May 21 Quarterfinals #7 Washington & Lee 2/7 L/7-11 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1974 May 18 Quarterfinals #7 Hofstra 2/7 W/18-10 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1974 May 25 Semifinals #3 Washington & Lee 2/3 W/11-10 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1974 June 1 Championship #1 Maryland 2/1 W/17-12 Piscataway, NJ Rutgers Stadium 1973 May 19 Quarterfinals #7 Army 2/7 W/11-5 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1973 May 26 Semifinals #6 Virginia 2/6 W/12-9 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1973 June 3 Championship #1 Maryland 2/1 (2OT) L/9-10 Philadelphia, PA Franklin Field 1972 May 20 Quarterfinals #5 Washington & Lee 4/5 W/11-5 Baltimore, MD Homewood Field 1972 May 27 Semifinals #1 Maryland 4/1 W/9-6 College Park, MD Byrd Stadium 1972 June 3 Championship #2 Virginia 4/2 L/12-13 College Park, MD Byrd Stadium

39 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes NCAA Tournament History NCAA Tournament Record Breakdown NCAA Results Broken Down by Opponent Overall: (.680) Home: 43-4 (.915) Away: 6-5 (.545) Neutral: (.436) In overtime: 5-5 (.500) In one-goal games: (.500) In First Round Game: 11-2 (.846) In Quarterfinal Games: (.737) In Semifinal Games: (.643) In Championship Games: 9-9 (.500) In Games Played at... Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, PA) 2-0 (1.000) Towson (Towson Stadium / Johnny Unitas Stadium) 2-0 (1.000) Brown (Brown Stadium) 1-0 (1.000) Hofstra (Hofstra/Shuart Stadium) 1-1 (.500) Rutgers (Rutgers Stadium) 4-2 (.667) Navy (Marine Corps Stadium) 2-1 (.667) M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD) 3-2 (.600) Gillette Stadium (Foxboro, MA) 1-1 (.500) Delaware (Delaware Stadium) 1-1 (.500) Cornell (Schoellkopf Stadium) 1-1 (.500) Virginia (Scott Stadium) 1-2 (.333) Princeton (Palmer & Princeton Stadiums) 1-2 (.333) Maryland (Byrd Stadium) 3-10 (.231) Penn (Franklin Field) 0-2 (.000) Duke (Koskinen Stadium) 0-1 (.000) Stony Brook (LaValle Stadium) 0-1 (.000) In Games Played Under... Bob Scott ( ) 7-2 (.778) Henry Ciccarone ( ) 18-6 (.750) Don Zimmerman ( ) 12-3 (.800) Tony Seaman ( ) 8-9 (.471) John Haus ( ) 2-2 (.500) Dave Pietramala (2001-) 20-9 (.690) JHU s NCAA Tournament Series Records Opponent Series Record Last Meeting Result Adelphi JHU leads, Quarterfinals W/15-9 Army JHU leads, First Round W/14-2 Brown JHU leads, First Round (OT) W/12-11 Cornell JHU leads, Championship W/11-10 Delaware JHU leads, Semifinals W/8-3 Denver Denver leads, Quarterfinals L/9-14 Duke JHU leads, First Round L/5-18 Georgetown JHU leads, Quarerfinals W/14-6 Harvard JHU leads, Quarterfinals W/16-12 Hofstra JHU leads, First Round W/12-5 Loyola JHU leads, Quarterfinals W/18-5 Marist JHU leads, First Round W/22-6 Maryland JHU leads, Quarterfinals (OT) L/10-11 Massachusetts JHU leads, Quarterfinals W/19-9 Navy JHU leads, Quarterfinals W/10-4 North Carolina JHU leads, Quarterfinals W/15-9 North Carolina St. JHU leads, First Round W/22-6 Notre Dame JHU leads, First Round (OT) W/11-10 Penn JHU leads, First Round W/13-3 Princeton Princeton leads, Semifinals L/9-11 Providence JHU leads, First Round W/15-3 Syracuse Syracuse leads, Championship L/10-13 Towson JHU leads, Qaurterfinals W/14-6 Virginia JHU leads, Quarterfinals L/8-19 Washington & Lee JHU leads, Quarterfinals L/7-11 Adelphi (1-0) 1985 QF W/15-9 Army (2-0) 1973 QF W/ st Rd. W/14-2 Brown (1-0) st Rd. (OT) W/12-11 Cornell (3-2) 1976 SF L/ F L/ F W/ QF W/ F W/11-10 Delaware (2-0) 1984 QF W/ SF W/8-3 Denver (0-1) 2011 QF L/9-14 Duke (3-2) 1997 QF (OT) L/ F W/ F W/ SF W/ st Rd. L/5-18 Georgetown (1-0) 2007 QF W/14-6 Harvard (1-0) 1980 QF W/16-12 Hofstra (5-0) 1974 QF W/ QF W/ QF W/ st Rd. W/ st Rd. W/12-5 Loyola (1-0) 1995 QF W/18-5 Marist (1-0) st Rd. W/22-6 Maryland (9-3) 1972 SF W/ F (2OT) L/ F W/ SF W/ SF W/ F W/ QF W/ QF W/ SF W/ SF L/ QF W/ QF (OT) L/10-11 Massachusetts (5-0) 1976 QF W/ QF W/ QF W/ QF (OT) W/ QF W/19-9 Navy (1-0) 2008 QF W/10-4 North Carolina (6-4) 1977 QF W/ F L/ F L/ SF W/ SF W/ SF (OT) L/ QF W/ SF W/ SF L/ SF W/15-9 North Carolina State (1-0) 1979 QF W/20-6 Notre Dame (4-1) st Rd. W/ st Rd. W/ QF W/ QF L/ st Rd. (OT) W/11-10 Penn (1-0) st Rd. W/13-3 Princeton (0-3) st Rd. L/ QF (OT) L/ SF L/9-11 Providence (1-0) st Rd. W/15-3 Syracuse (4-8) 1980 SF W/ F L/ F W/ F W/ F L/ QF L/ SF L/ SF L/ SF W/ SF L/ QF L/ F L/10-13 Towson (3-0) 1992 QF W/ st Rd. W/ QF W/14-6 Virginia (8-6) 1972 F L/ SF W/ SF W/ F (OT) W/ SF W/ SF W/ SF W/ QF L/ QF W/ SF L/ SF L/ F L/ SF (OT) W/ QF L/8-19 Washington & Lee (2-1) 1972 QF W/ SF W/ QF L/7-11

40 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Notes NCAA Tournment Records Single-Game Goals 7 Franz Wittelsberger vs. Hofstra Paul Rabil vs. Syracuse 2008 Terry Riordan vs. Loyola 1995 Brian Piccola vs. Towson 1992 Mike Morrill vs. UNC 1987 Jeff Cook vs. UNC 1981 Jim Zaffuto vs. Maryland 1981 Most Goals in a Championship Game 6 Paul Rabil vs. Syracuse 2008 Jeff Cook vs. UNC 1981 Most Goals in a Semifinal Game 5 Several Times - Most Recent A.J. Haugen vs. Syracuse 2000 Most Goals in a Quarterfinal Game 7 Franz Wittelsberger vs. Hofstra 1974 Most Goals in a First Round Game 5 Chris Boland vs. Brown 2009 Single-Season Goals 14 Paul Rabil Franz Wittelsberger Brian Piccola Bobby Benson Conor Ford 2004 Kyle Barrie 2003 Matt Panetta 1989 Mike Morrill 1987 Del Dressel 1983 Career Goals 28 Paul Rabil Kevin Huntley Franz Wittelsberger Brian Wood Terry Riordan Kyle Barrie Del Dressel Brian Piccola Mike Morrill Single-Game Assists 6 Mike O Neill vs. Maryland Paul Rabil vs. Duke 2007 Kevin Boland vs. Army 2003 Jeff Wills vs. Syracuse 1992 Jeff Wills vs. Towson 1992 Jack Thomas vs. Virginia 1973 Most Assists in a Championship Game 5 Paul Rabil vs. Duke 2007 Most Assists in a Semifinal Game 6 Mike O Neill vs. Maryland 1977 Most Assists in a Quarterfinal Game 5 Jeff Wills vs. Towson 1992 Most Assists in a First Round Game 5 Kevin Boland vs. Army 2003 JHU s All-Time NCAA All-Tournament Selections 1978 Mike O Neill (MOP) 1979 Mike Federico (MOP) 1980 Jim Bidne (MOP) 1981 Jeff Cook (MOP) 1984 Larry Quinn (MOP) 1985 Larry Quinn (MOP) 1987 Brian Wood, Craig Bubier, Dave Pietramala Quint Kessenich, Steve Mitchell 1999 Dan Denihan 2000 A.J. Haugen 2002 Adam Doneger 2003 Corey Harned, Bobby Benson Kyle Barrie, Tom Garvey 2005 Jesse Schwartzman (MOP) Kyle Harrison, Greg Peyser 2007 Jesse Schwartzman (MOP), Jake Byrne, Paul Rabil Stephen Peyser, Eric Zerrlaut 2008 Michael Evans, Michael Gvozden Kevin Huntley, Paul Rabil Notes: Only a Most Outstanding Player selected for all years prior to 1995 except 1987, when a full all-tournament team was named. A Most Outstanding Player was first selected in Single-Season Assists 13 Jeff Wills Kevin Boland Jack Thomas 1973 Rick Hirsch Paul Rabil Chris Boland 2011 Paul Rabil 2005 Kevin Boland 2004 Conor Ford 2003 Dan Denihan 2000 Brendan Schneck 1980 Mike O Neill 1978 Career Assists 23 Paul Rabil Kevin Boland Mike O Neill Rick Hirsch Jack Thomas Dave Marr Brian Piccola Jeff Wills Brian Wood Scott Baugher Single-Game Points 8 Dan Denihan vs. Notre Dame 2000 Jeff Wills vs. Syracuse 1992 Brian Piccola vs. Towson 1992 Mike O Neill vs. Maryland 1978 Mike O Neill vs. Maryland 1977 Franz Wittelsberger vs. Hofstra 1974 Most Points in a Championship Game 7 Paul Rabil vs. Syracuse Several Times - Most Recent Paul Rabil vs. Duke 2007 Most Points in a Semifinal Game 8 Several Times - Most Recent Jeff Wills vs. Syracuse 1992 Most Points in a Quarterfinal Game 8 Several Times - Most Recent Dan Denihan vs. Notre Dame 2000 Most Points in a First Round Game 7 Chris Boland vs. Brown 2009 Single-Season Points 19 Jeff Wills Paul Rabil Brendan Schneck Kevin Boland 2003 Brian Piccola 1992 Mike O Neill 1978 Mike O Neill 1977 Franz Wittelsberger Paul Rabil 2007 Jack Thomas 1973 Career Points 51 Paul Rabil Brian Wood Brian Piccola Mike O Neill Franz Wittelsberger Del Dressel Kevin Huntley Jack Thomas Dan Denihan , Terry Riordan Jim Zaffuto Scott Baugher Single-Game Saves 26 Larry Quinn vs. North Carolina Brian Holman vs. Syracuse Scott Giardina vs. Notre Dame 1992 Quint Kessenich vs. Cornell 1987 Quint Kessenich vs. North Carolina Michael Gvozden vs. Syracuse 2008 Brian Holman vs. North Carolina 1982 Most Saves in a Championship Game 22 Brian Holman vs. Syracuse Quint Kessenich vs. Cornell Michael Gvozden vs. Syracuse 2008 Most Saves in a Semifinal Game 26 Larry Quinn vs. UNC 1984 Most Saves in a Quarterfinal Game 21 Quint Kessenich vs. UNC 1987 Most Saves in a First Round Game 21 Scott Giardina vs. Notre Dame 1992

41 2012 Johns Hopkins Men s Lacrosse Roster Numerical Roster No Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown/High School (Previous College) 1 John Kaestner A Jr. Easton, MD/Saints Peter and Paul 3 Jack Bogorowski M Fr. Huntingdon Valley, PA/La Salle College HS 4 Mike Daniello A Fr. Cross River, NY/John Jay 5 Steven Burke G Sr. Potomac, MD/Bullis School 6 Eric Schneider G So. Massapequa, NY/Massapequa 7 Mike Faby M/FO So. Lutherville, MD/St. Paul s 8 Eddie Schurr D Fr. Mahopac, NY/Somers 9 John Greeley M Jr. Lafayette, NY/Lafayette 10 Greg Edmonds M So. Ellicott City, MD/Centennial 11 Eric DiProspero D/LSM Sr. Chadds Ford, PA/Unionville 12 Trevor Brown M Sr. Rumford, RI/Salisbury School (CT) 13 Scott Matthews D Sr. Baltimore, MD/St. Paul s 14 Hunter Rodgers A Sr. Paradise Valley, AZ/Brophy Prep 15 Kevin Interlicchio A So. Yorktown, NY/Yorktown 16 Lee Coppersmith M Jr. Boca Raton, FL/Saint Andrew s 17 Connor Greissing D Sr. Hudson, OH/Western Reserve Academy (Notre Dame) 18 Chase Winter M Jr. Boonton Twp., NJ/Mountain Lakes 19 Chris Lightner D Jr. Timonium, MD/Calvert Hall 22 Phil Castronova M So. Bel Air, MD/Calvert Hall 23 Tobias Armour LSM So. New Haven, CT/Choate Rosemary 24 Will McCance A Sr. The Woodlands, TX/The Woodlands 25 Matt Leighty LSM Jr. Ponte Vedra, FL/Nease 26 James Malm M So. Alexandria, VA/Woodberry Forest 27 Rob Guida M So. Chatham, NJ/Chatham 28 Marshall Burkhart M Sr. Dublin, OH/Dublin Jerome 29 Mike Poppleton M Jr. Manlius, NY/Fayetteville Manlius 30 Andrew Cote D Sr. Bloomfield Hills, MI/Brother Rice 31 John Ranagan M Jr. Yorktown, NY/Yorktown 32 Chris Boland A Sr. Columbia, MD/Boys Latin 33 Pierce Bassett G Jr. Scottsdale, AZ/Brophy Prep 34 Michael Pellegrino D/LSM Fr. Oakdale, NY/Connetquot 35 Thomas Gordon M Fr. Garden City, NY/Garden City 36 Nikhon Schuler D Fr. Niskayuna, NY/Niskayuna 37 Guy Van Syckle G Sr. Bethesda, MD/St. Albans 38 Robert Enright D Fr. Massapequa, NY/Massapequa 39 John Kelly D Fr. Sandy Spring, MD/Bullis School 40 Andrew Blasko D Sr. Essex Fells, NJ/Seton Hall Prep 41 Rex Sanders M So. Apple Valley, MN/Eastview 42 Wells Stanwick A Fr. Baltimore, MD/Boys Latin School 43 Jack Reilly D So. Niskayuna, NY/Christian Brothers Academy 44 Gavin Crisafulli D Sr. Garden City, NY/Garden City 45 Zach Palmer A Jr. Oshawa, Ontario (Canada)/The Hill Academy 46 Grant Fitts G Fr. Dallas, TX/Episcopal 47 Tyler Mordecai D Sr. Dublin, OH/Dublin Jerome 49 Brady Faby A Fr. Lutherville, MD/McDonogh School 51 Tucker Durkin D Jr. Huntingdon Valley, PA/LaSalle College HS 76 Drew Kennedy FO Fr. Wayne, PA/Malvern Prep 77 Mark Goodrich M Sr. Westford, MA/The Rivers School 87 Bronson Kelly M Fr. Easton, CT/Avon Old Farms 92 Brandon Benn A So. Orangeville, Ontario (Canada)/Culver Academy Head Coach: Dave Pietramala (12th season/johns Hopkins 90) Associate Head Coach: Bill Dwan (Johns Hopkins 91) Assistant Coaches: Bobby Benson (Johns Hopkins 03), Jamison Koesterer (Johns Hopkins 07) Captains: Chris Boland, Marshall Burkhart, Eric DiProspero

42 2012 NCAA Division I Men's LACROSSE CHAMPIONSHIP First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final Saturday, May 12 Saturday, May 19 Saturday, May 26 Monday, May 28 Sunday, May 13 Sunday, May 20 1) *Loyola (14-1) Saturday, May 12 at 5 p.m. Live on ESPNU/ESPN3 Canisius (6-7) Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Annapolis, Maryland Saturday, May 19 8) *North Carolina (11-5) Live on ESPN2/ESPN3 Saturday, May 12 at 7:30 p.m. Live on ESPNU/ESPN3 Denver (8-6) Gillette Stadium 5) *Virginia (11-3) Sunday, May 13 at 1 p.m. Live on ESPN/ESPN3 Princeton (11-4) Foxborough, Massachusetts Saturday, May 26 Live on ESPN2/ESPN3 PPL Park Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Sunday, May 20 4) *Notre Dame (11-2) Live on ESPNU/ESPN3 Sunday, May 13 at 5:15 p.m. Live on ESPNU/ESPN3 Gillette Stadium Yale (11-4) Foxborough, Massachusetts 3) *Duke (13-4) Saturday, May 12 at Noon Live on ESPN/ESPN3 Syracuse (9-7) Monday, May 28 1 p.m. National Champion Live on ESPN/ESPN3 PPL Park Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 6) *Massachusetts (15-0) Sunday, May 20 Saturday, May 12 at 2:30 p.m. Live on ESPNU/ESPN3 Live on ESPNU/ESPN3 Gillette Stadium Foxborough, Massachusetts Colgate (13-3) Saturday, May 26 Live on ESPN2/ESPN3 7) *Lehigh (14-2) Sunday, May 13 at 7:30 p.m. Live on ESPNU/ESPN3 Maryland (9-5) 2) *Johns Hopkins (11-3) Sunday, May 13 at 3 p.m. Live on ESPNU/ESPN3 Stony Brook (7-9) Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Annapolis, Maryland Saturday, May 19 Live on ESPN2/ESPN3 All times are Eastern and are subject to change due to television scheduling.

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