Give the Navy women’s lacrosse team an assist for the latest Chesapeake Bayhawks win.
Navy knocked Johns Hopkins out of the NCAA Tournament on Friday night. That meant Steele Stanwick did not have to coach on Sunday and therefore was able to play for the Bayhawks.
Stanwick, an assistant coach for the Johns Hopkins women’s lacrosse program, scored five goals to lead the visiting Bayhawks to a 24-22 shootout victory over the Denver Outlaws at Sports Authority Field.
Attackman Josh Byrne made his first appearance of the season for Chesapeake and contributed four goals and two assists in the road victory. Midfielder Myles Jones totaled three goals and two assists as the Bayhawks improved to 2-2.
Long stick midfielder Matt Rees, a second-year player out of Navy, scored one of four 2-point goals for Chesapeake. The Bayhawks will play their fourth straight road game next Saturday at Boston.