John Crawley to Become Next Offensive Coordinator at Johns Hopkins

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Lehigh offensive coordinator John Crawley will be heading south from Bethlehem, Pa., and back to his alma mater, Johns Hopkins, where he will serve in the same role.

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Rutgers Tops Johns Hopkins in Sunday Night Big Ten Showdown

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The Johns Hopkins Blue Jays won the final 33 minutes of the contest, 5-3, as the Blue Jay defense was able to clamp down and hold the Rutgers’ offense as best they could and hold the Rutgers offense to just 11 shots in the second half of play. But it wouldn’t be enough as the Scarlet Knights came away from Sunday’s game with the 12-7 victory.

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Saturday Recap: Syracuse Makes a Statement and Virginia Bounces Back; Paquette, Brandau Lead Yale Past Princeton

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Gary Gait’s Syracuse Orange welcomed the Duke Blue Devils into the Carrier Dome on Saturday afternoon and made a statement, taking down the 11th-ranked Blue Devils 14-10 to earn their biggest win of the season.

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What to Watch During Week Eight of The College Lacrosse Season

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Welcome to week eight of the college lacrosse season, Y’all!

As always, an exciting weekend of action lies ahead. Week eight will be highlighted by conference play getting underway for the Big Ten, more high-profile Ivy League matchups, ACC battles, and more.

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Weekend Rewind: Two Maryland Blue Bloods, Two Different Directions

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I sat down to write this week’s column at the conclusion of the Delaware-Johns Hopkins game on Sunday. And the one thought that I just couldn’t shake was how far apart the two most historic programs in the Old Line State seem to be right now, especially coming out of this weekend.

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Hewitt, Skalniak Lead Navy to First Win at Johns Hopkins Since 1969

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For the first time since 1969, the Navy Midshipmen leave Homewood field victors as they took down the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays 11-10 in a Friday night contest that saw the historic rivalry resumed for the first time since 2017.

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Sunday Recap: Loyola Earns Big Win Over Duke, Johns Hopkins Tops Syracuse in Rivalry Contest

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Loyola’s start to the season has been anything but spectacular. A blowout loss to Maryland to open the season and a 1-4 start is not what the Greyhounds had envisioned. But, now, a month into the season, Charlie Toomey’s squad may have found its mojo.

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