Lacrosse roundup (Feb. 23): Brett Baskin's goal sends Johns Hopkins men to upset of No. 10 North Carolina, 11-10

Brett Baskin scored the game-deciding goal with 6:31 left and the visiting Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team upset No. 14 North Carolina , 11-10, on Saturday.

The Blue Jays (1-2) bounced back from an 18-12 loss to Loyola Maryland on Feb. 16.


Timmy Kelly (Calvert Hall) scored the last goal with 14 seconds left to bring the Tar Heels (3-1) within one goal, but they got no closer. Kyle Marr and Joey Epstein had two goals each for Hopkins.

No. 1 Loyola Maryland 13, No. 19 Rutgers 7: Pat Spencer (Boys' Latin) had a hat trick in the first 3:26 of play. He finished with five goals and two assists and Jacob Stover (McDonogh) made 18 saves as the visiting Greyhounds (3-0) routed the Scarlet Knights (2-2). Loyola took a 6-2 lead in the first quarter.


UMBC 13, Mount St. Mary's 10: Ryan Frawley had a hat trick to lead the host Retrievers (1-2) past the Mount (0-3). Tommy Lingner made nine saves for UMBC. Jared McMahon led Mount St. Mary's with three goals and two assists.

Salisbury 17, Gettysburg 10: Zach Pompea scored a career-high four goals to lead the host Sea Gulls (4-0) past the Bullets (2-1). Salisbury jumped out to a 6-2 lead in the first quarter. Corey Gwin had four goals and two assists for the Sea Gulls.


No. 6 Yale 14, No. 2 Penn State 13: TD Ierlan won 25 of 31 faceoffs and Jackson Morrill (McDonogh) had two goals and five assists to lead the host Bulldogs (1-1) past the Nittany Lions (3-1). Penn State scored four of the game's last five goals, including their 13th with 56 seconds left, but Ierlan won the ensuing faceoff and Yale ran the clock out.


No. 5 Duke 17, Penn 7: Joe Robertson had four goals and two assists to lead the host Blue Devils (4-1) in a rout over the Quakers (0-2). Duke used a strong first-half performance, 12-3, to take control.

Richmond 9, No. 8 Notre Dame 8: Ryan Lee scored the eventual game-winner and Ryan Lanchbury had a hat trick to lead the host Spiders (3-1) in an upset victory over the Fighting Irish (1-1). The win marked the third straight overall and 11th straight at home. Connor Morin scored two goals over the final 5:19 for Notre Dame.

No. 9 Denver 15, Utah 6: The host Pioneers (2-1) were led by a trio of three-goal scorers (Drew Erickson, Ellis Geis and Ethan Walker) in a rout over the Utes (1-3) at the Faceoff Classic.

No. 10 Ohio State 16, Bucknell 13: Jack Myers had a game-high seven goals and the host Buckeyes (4-0) weathered a late rally by the Bison (1-3). Bucknell went on a 7-2 run in the fourth quarter.

St. John's 10, No. 11 High Point 9: Down 9-7 with 13:23 left to play, the visiting Red Storm (2-1) scored three unanswered goals to upset the Panthers (4-1). Brothers Mike and Joe Madsen each had a hat trick for St. John's.

No. 12 Virginia 12, No. 20 Princeton 11, OT: Ian Laviano scored the game-winner on a feed by Michael Kraus 2:02 into the overtime and the visiting Cavaliers (2-2) beat the Tigers (1-1). Laviano had four goals and Kraus had two goals and two assists.

No. 15 Villanova 10, Hofstra 9, OT: Connor Kirst scored the game-winner with 2:31 left in overtime to lift the host Wildcats (2-1) over the Pride (2-1). Matt Campbell had a game-high six goals for Villanova.

Air Force 11, Cleveland State 8: Jack Flynn and Trey Lervick each had three goals to lead the Falcons (2-1) over the Vikings (1-3) at the Faceoff Classic at Denver. Air Force led 8-4 at the half.

State women

No. 12 Penn 11, No. 14 Johns Hopkins 10, OT: Twelfth-ranked Penn handed host Johns Hopkins its first women's lacrosse loss of the season, 11-10, in overtime on Saturday.

Erin Barry scored a free position goal with 3:59 to play in the first overtime to lift the Quakers over the 14th-ranked Blue Jays.

Gabby Rosenzweig had three goals and four assists for Penn (2-0).

Ellie McNulty (Broadneck) had two goals and two assists for Hopkins (2-1). Sophomore Shelby Harrison (St. Mary's) notched her 100th career draw, becoming just the 11th player all-time in school history to reach the mark.

St. Mary's 18, McDaniel 11: Ali Collie (Dulaney) led the Seahawks with five goals and three assists and Kate Bartholomew (Kent County) also scored five goals for St. Mary's (1-0).

Megan Kotelchuck (Elizabeth Seton) had three goals and three assists while Annemarie Duerr (Chesapeake) added a hat trick of her own for the Green Terror (0-1).

Gettysburg 17, Stevenson 3: Junior Liza Barr scored sixth points, including the 100th of her career, and junior Maria Nemeth and sophomore Kerry McKeever each provided hat tricks as the top-ranked Bullets (2-0) ran by the Mustangs in a non-conference game. Lindsay Seipp (Manchester Valley) scored two goals to lead the Mustangs (2-0).

Army 10, Mount St. Mary's 6: Manuela Cortes netted a game-high three goals, while Caroline Raymond and Rilee Scott each added two goals for Army (5-0).

Kate Kinsella and Alayna Pagnotta (Glenelg) each had a goal and an assist for the Mountaineers (2-1).

Nation women

No. 9 JMU 12, High Point 5: Senior attacker Hanna Haven registered four goals and four assists as the Dukes used a 7-0 run and a stifling defensive effort to upend the Panthers.

Junior attacker Logan Brennan scored two goals with an assist, while sophomore midfielder Charlotte Haggerty and junior attacker Kelsey Reed each scored twice for JMU (3-1).

Ashley Britton led the Panthers (1-2) with three goals and an assist,

No. 10 Penn State 14, Cornell 12: Senior Madison Carter (South River) tied a career-high with six goals to lead the Nittany Lions (3-0).

Carter led the Nittany Lions with seven points, including her sixth six-goal performance of her career.

Senior Kayla Brisolari (Spalding) collected two goals and an assist, while junior Kristin Roberto scored twice.

No. 19 Georgetown 16, Drexel 5: The Hoyas scored early and often to cruise to the victory and improve to 3-0.

Senior attacker Morgan Ryan led the way with four goals, while classmate Taylor Gebhardt managed the hat trick with a pair of assists for five points.

Claire Jarema, Colleen Grady and Courtney Dietzel scored for Drexel (1-2). Maggie Stetson had three assists for the Dragons.

Recommended on Baltimore Sun