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Postscript from Michigan at Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse

Postscript from Michigan at Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse

If junior attackman Shack Stanwick is forced to miss any time, Johns Hopkins got a glimpse of what the offense could look like without him in Saturday’s 19-9 thrashing of visiting Michigan at Homewood Field.

Stanwick, the Baltimore resident and Boys’ Latin graduate who leads the team in assists (18) and ranks second in goals (21) and points (39), appeared to injure his left foot around the 11-minute mark of the second quarter. Despite limping considerably, he continued to play until halftime, but was on the sideline for the entire second half.

Stanwick’s injury opened the door for freshman attackman Forry Smith, who responded with two...

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