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Digest: Hopkins lacrosse midfielder Tinney expected to recover from broken wrist

Digest: Hopkins lacrosse midfielder Tinney expected to recover from broken wrist

Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse senior midfielder Joel Tinney broke his wrist, reportedly in a box practice around Thanksgiving, but he is expected to recover in time for the Blue Jays' preseason, according to a Hopkins athletic department spokesperson. Tinney was the Jays' top scoring midfielder last season with 19 goals and nine assists. Meanwhile, former Johns Hopkins midfielder Drew Supinski is transferring to Denver, according to a report from College Crosse. The No. 4 prospect in his class, Supinski started eight games for the Jays in 2016 and had eight goals and four assists before suffering a season-ending injury. He played in eight games last...

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