Johns Hop­kins wins CC field hockey ti­tle

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There was a lot rid­ing on the top-10 match-up be­tween the eight-ranked Johns Hop­kins field hockey team and six­thranked Franklin & Mar­shall Satur­day af­ter­noon at Home­wood Field.

The Blue Jays grabbed a 2-0 lead and went on to beat the Diplo­mats, 2-1, to win the Cen­ten­nial Con­fer­ence reg­u­lar sea­son ti­tle and the top seed in next week’s con­fer­ence tour­na­ment.

Men’s col­lege soc­cer: Josh Fa­wole scored twice, and he as­sisted on a Brian Sara­m­ago strike to fac­tor in all three goals dur­ing a 3-0 win for Loy­ola Mary­land at Bos­ton Uni­ver­sity. The Grey­hounds (9-7-1, 6-2) re­main sec­ond in the Pa­triot League stand­ings with one game re­main­ing in the reg­u­lar sea­son.

Steven­son sopho­more Owen Mos­toller net­ted his first ca­reer goal, scor­ing in the 83rd minute to give the Mus­tangs a 1-0 MAC Com­mon­wealth vic­tory over Arcadia and a berth in the up­com­ing play­offs.

Men’s cross coun­try: Johns Hop­kins be­came the first team in Cen­ten­nial Con­fer­ence his­tory to post a per­fect score en route to its first con­fer­ence ti­tle since 2013. In ad­di­tion, ju­nior Jared Pan­gal­lozzi be­came the first in­di­vid­ual cham­pion in Blue Jays his­tory.

Women’s cross coun­try: Johns Hop­kins ran away with its 12th straight Cen­ten­nial Con­fer­ence cham­pi­onship, scor­ing 23 points to earn a 27-point vic­tory over Dickinson.

Women’s col­lege soc­cer: Maddy Rocks, Emily Ma­heras and Mag­gie Coul­son scored in Johns Hop­kins’ 3-1 vic­tory over Franklin & Mar­shall.

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