By Corey McLaughlin - November 24, Hopkins running back Brandon Cherry has spearheaded an explosive ground game for the undefeated team. Sign up today and you'll get our latest stories delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon. This is certainly not the big money world of college football. There were no television timeouts or pre-packaged, in-game entertainment, unless you count what happened on the field. By the end of the first quarter, the Blue Jays led by two touchdowns and were on their way to a halftime lead.
Stein is of They have 39 and 60 ground balls, respectively. They outscored the Hoyas in the fourth quarter to force overtime with Kyle Marr having all five goals.
Shack Stanwick scored with 29 seconds left in overtime to send his team to the quarterfinal. Sporting a overall record, Johns Hopkins is led on offense by Kyle Marr's 55 points 39g, 16a.
Joel Tinney has 52 points 21g, 31a and Stanwick 51 18g, 33a.
The Blue Jays are averaging On the defensive side of the ball, the Blue Jays are allowing 9. They have held eight of their 16 opponents to fewer than 10 goals.
Patrick Foley anchors the defense with 14 caused turnovers and 28 ground balls. Daniel Jones is a top defensive midfielder with 14 forced turnovers. In goal, Brock Trumbaugh owns a 9.
He is averaging 9. Hunter Moreland handles the faceoff duties for the Blue Jays, winning of draws. He is ranked 18th nationally and has won at least 50 percent of his restarts in nine games, but only twice in the past eight outings.
In Common Duke and Johns Hopkins share five common opponents. Duke went in the five games and the Blue Jays went