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Local Men's Lacrosse Power Rankings: Week Two

February 26, 2018
Here are this week's local men's lacrosse power rankings: 

1. Maryland (4-0 overall record, No. 1 ranking last week) -- Head coach John Tillman earned his 100th win as the Terps rolled past No. 17 Penn, 13-6, Feb. 21. Tillman is the fastest coach in program history to reach that milestone. Freshman midfielder Logan Wisnauskas (Boys' Latin) scored a season-high five goals. 
Local Standout: Freshman Justin Shockey (Landon) won 11-of-17 faceoffs and grabbed two ground balls.
Up Next:  No. 3 Maryland has a showdown with No. 8 Notre Dame at 11 a.m. March 3.

2. Loyola (2-1, No. 2) -- The Greyhounds' potent attack kept rolling during a 19-5 demolition of Lafayette in the Patriot League opener Feb. 24. Senior midfielder Jay Drapeau led Loyola with three goals, earning a hat trick in consecutive games. 
Local Standout: Junior goalie Jacob Stover (McDonogh) led a defense that completely dominated Lafayette's attack. 
Up Next: No. 10 Loyola has a quick turnaround with a game against cross-town rival and No. 19 Towson at the Ridley Athletic Complex 4 p.m. Feb 28.

3. Johns Hopkins (1-2, No. 3) -- The Blue Jays fell to visiting North Carolina, 13-11, Feb. 23. The 12th-ranked Tar Heels scored five of the final seven goals to seal the win. Johns Hopkins has lost two straight games and needs to make up some ground to keep moving toward a berth in the NCAA Tournament.   
Local Standout: Sophomore attackman Cole Williams (Loyola Blakefield) led the Blue Jays with three goals on eight shots. 
Up Next: No. 14 Johns Hopkins has another conference matchup against No. 18 Princeton at Homewood Field at 6 p.m. March 3.

4. Navy (2-2, No. 5) -- The Midshipmen have bounced back from their early-season struggles and topped Boston University, 10-8, in the Patriot League opener Feb. 24. Junior midfielder Greyson Torain (DeMatha) scored two goals in the final minute of the game that broke an 8-8 deadlock.  
Local Standout: Freshman attackman Christian Daniel (Northern) had a goal and an assist.
Up Next: The Midshipmen hit the road again for another Patriot League matchup against Bucknell at 1 p.m. March 3.

5. Towson (1-2, No. 4) -- The No. 19 Tigers could not keep pace with Georgetown during a 12-10 loss Feb. 24. Towson has uncharacteristically given up 10 or more goals in each of its three games this season.
Local Standout: Freshman attackman Phil Wies (Loyola Blakefield) got the first hat trick of his young career.
Up Next: No. 19 Towson has another tough test with a road game against No. 10 Loyola at 4 p.m. Feb. 28. 

6. Mount St. Mary's (1-3, No. 7) -- The Mountaineers have shown firepower on offense and took down in-state rival UMBC, 16-7, Feb. 23 for their first win of the season. Mount St. Mary's has scored in double-digits in all four games this season. Sophomore attackman Stephano Mastro had five goals, while junior attackman Chris DiPretoro (Calverton) scored four times for the Mountaineers. 
Local Standout: Sophomore midfielder Brendan Doyle (Loyola Blakefield) earned his first goal of the season. 
Up Next: The Mountaineers travel to undefeated Georgetown Feb. 27 for a 3 p.m. game. The Hoyas are 3-0 for the first time since 2003. 

7. UMBC (1-2, No. 6) -- The Retrievers lost their second straight game, falling, 16-7, to Mount St. Mary's. UMBC had some breakdowns on defense and allowed five consecutive goals in the first half and couldn't recover. Sophomore attackman Ryan Frawley paced the Retrievers' offense with his third career hat trick. 
Local Standout: Junior midfielder Billy Nolan (Arundel) scored twice for UMBC.
Up Next: The Retrievers travel to cross-town rival and No. 19 Towson March 3 for a noon faceoff.

D-III

Stevenson (0-1) --  The Mustangs dropped their season-opener to visiting Denison, 11-10, on a goal by Peter Pittroff with eight seconds remaining in regulation. 
Local Standout: Freshman Justin Burnette (Owings Mills) won 10 of 19 faceoffs and had three ground balls. 
Up Next: The No. 16 Mustangs host No. 14 Gettysburg at 7 p.m. March 3. 

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