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Postscript from Ohio State at Johns Hopkins
In hindsight, the saves that Eric Schneider made against Ohio State sophomore attackman Carter Brown (Calvert Hall) on a curl around the right post with about two minutes left in the fourth quarter, junior attackman Turner Evans with less than one minute left in the first overtime, and then sophomore midfielder Charlie Schnider from 12 yards away with less than a minute left in the second extra session were momentum-turning plays that played a role in No. 15 Johns Hopkins’ 10-9 triple overtime decision over the No. 13 Buckeyes at Homewood Field in Baltimore Sunday.
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun
February 10, 2014