are 60-19 against the Atlantic Coast Conference rival Blue Devils, winning six of the past eight games. Senior midfielder John Haus, a Lutherville native, has eight goals and four assists in seven career meetings against Duke.
NO. 4 LOYOLA (3-1)
Vs. Bellarmine, Saturday, 1 p.m., Ridley Athletic Complex
The Greyhounds have won all three meetings in this series, but they should remember that the Knights owned a 4-2 lead at halftime in last year's contest in Louisville, Ky. Junior Brendan Donovan set a career high in faceoff wins with a 19-for-31 effort in Tuesday night's 21-9 rout of UMBC.
NO. 5 JOHNS HOPKINS (3-0)
Vs. No. 14 Princeton, Friday, 5 p.m., Homewood Field; Vs. Mount St. Mary's, Tuesday, 7 p.m., Homewood Field
The Blue Jays lead the all-time series 55-27, but last season's 10-8 win ended a three-game losing skid against the Tigers. Senior defenseman Tucker Durkin leads Johns Hopkins in caused turnovers (eight) and ranks third in ground balls (11).
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (2-2)
Vs. Towson, Saturday, 7 p.m., Waldron Family Stadium; At No. 5 Johns Hopkins, Tuesday, 7 p.m.
The Tigers avoided their first 0-4 start in school history with a 9-8 overtime decision against Mercer on Sunday. Junior short-stick defensive midfielder Jordan Fortmann (Archbishop Spalding) leads the team in caused turnovers (seven) and ranks fifth in ground balls (seven).
The Retrievers have a slight 2-1 edge against the Stags, but Fairfield beat UMBC, 10-9, in overtime last season. Senior attackman Joe Lustgarten's streak of 11 consecutive games with at least two assists came to an end against Loyola on Tuesday night.