2023 Schedule Breakdown: Johns Hopkins Blue Jays

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The Johns Hopkins Blue Jays are the 39th DI program to release its 2023 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Blue Jays are coming off a 2022 campaign in which they went 7-9 overall and 2-3 in Big Ten play. Johns Hopkins saw its season end in the Big Ten semifinals with a loss to Maryland.

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Commitment Analysis: What Johns Hopkins is Getting in Sean Crogan

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Peter Milliman and the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays grabbed a commitment from Lexington (Mass.) midfielder Sean Crogan on Wednesday morning. Crogan is the third commitment in the 2024 class for the Blue Jays since September 1st.

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Cazenovia (N.Y.) LSM Forrest Ives Commits to Johns Hopkins

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Peter Milliman and the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays landed a commitment from Cazenovia (N.Y.) LSM Forrest Ives on Friday afternoon. A former Air Force verbal, Ives is the second commitment for the Blue Jays over the past week.

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Breakout Players From 2022: Defense

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The 2022 college lacrosse season is in the books. And just like always, there were freshmen who stood out amongst the rest and shined during their first season of college lacrosse.

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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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