Johns Hopkins wins CC field hockey title
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.