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Sean Young
No. 9 Johns Hopkins falls to No. 10 Syracuse, 13-8, in men's lacrosse

The first assignment for Sean Young, a transfer from Towson in his first game with Syracuse, wasn't easy. He needed to shut down the leading scorer for one of the nation's top offenses and the winningest program in the history of lacrosse. But that's exactly what he did in the No. 10 Orange's 13-8 win over No. 9 Johns Hopkins, limiting the Blue Jays' Brandon Benn to one goal and seemingly providing a long-term answer to who would replace the injured Brandon Mullins in the Syracuse (4-1) lineup. "I haven't been guarded like that in a long time," said Benn, who had been averaging 3.6 goals per game for the Blue Jays (5-2). Young shadowed Benn all...