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Local Men's Lacrosse Power Rankings: Week Three

March 5, 2018
Here are this week's local men's lacrosse power rankings:  

1. Maryland (5-0) -- The Terps passed their first big test of 2018 with a 12-10 victory against No. 8 Notre Dame in College Park, Md., March 3. Senior midfielder Connor Kelly led Maryland with three goals and seven assists, becoming just the fourth player in program history to record 10 points in a game.
Local Standout: Redshirt freshman midfielder Logan Wisnauskas (Boys' Latin) had two goals, extending his career-opening scoring streak to five games.
Up Next: No. 2 Maryland has a showdown with No. 1 Albany at noon March 10.

2. Loyola (4-1) -- Greyhounds attackman Kevin Lindley scored eight goals, setting a Patriot League freshman record, during a 13-5 victory against Holy Cross March 4. 
Local Standout: Junior attackman Pat Spencer (Boys' Latin) had three goals and six assists to move into second all-time at Loyola in points and assists. 
Up Next: No. 9 Loyola hosts No. 3 Duke at 3 p.m. March 10, at 3 p.m. 

3. Johns Hopkins (2-2) -- The Blue Jays snapped a two-game losing streak with an impressive 16-9 victory against No. 20 Princeton at Homewood Field March 3. Sophomore attackman Cole Williams (Loyola Blakefield) led the way with a career-high four goals. 
Local Standout: Senior midfielder Brinton Valis (McDonogh) recorded a hat trick against the Tigers.
Up Next: No. 18 Johns Hopkins travels to No. 12 Syracuse March 10 for 1 p.m. faceoff. 

4. Navy (3-2) -- The Midshipmen had another impressive win by running past Bucknell, 13-8, in Lewisburg, Pa., March 3. Senior attackman Jack Ray had four goals for Navy, which ended the game on an 11-4 run. 
Local Standout: Junior midfielder Greyson Torain (DeMatha) was recently named a Tewaaraton Award Watch List member and finished with three goals. 
Up Next: The Midshipmen have a quick turnaround with a game against No. 14 Penn at Tierney Field in Sparks, Md., at 7 p.m. March 6.

5. Towson (2-3) -- The No. 19 Tigers earned a key 8-6 victory against cross-town rival UMBC at a wind-swept Johnny Unitas Stadium March 3. Towson outscored UMBC 4-1 during the final period to put the game away. Junior Alex Woodall (St. Mary's) won 15 of 17 faceoffs. 
Local Standout: Junior midfielder Jon Mazza (Calverton School) scored three of his five goals in the final quarter. 
Up Next: No. 19 Towson has another tough test with a road game against No. 6 Ohio State at 4 p.m. March 10. 

6. Mount St. Mary's (2-4) -- The Mountaineers put together another impressive attack, beating VMI, 16-9, in Emmitsburg, Md., March 3. Sophomore attackman Brenden McCarthy led Mount St. Mary's with five goals and four assists . 
Local Standout: Sophomore defenseman Zach Roberts (Fallston) scored a goal, grabbed a ground ball and forced a turnover. 
Up Next: The Mountaineers host Mercer at 11 a.m. March 10. 

7. UMBC (1-3) -- The Retrievers lost their third straight with an 8-6 setback to host Towson. UMBC held a 5-4 lead heading into the final quarter before a couple of penalties changed the momentum of the game. 
Local Standout: Freshman attackman Trevor Patschorke (Severna Park) scored three of his team's six goals. 
Up Next: The Retrievers host Marist at 7 p.m. March 10. 


No. 3 Salisbury (3-2) -- The Seagulls endured their second consecutive loss in overtime, falling at Ohio Wesleyan University, 12-11, March 4. Salisbury had not lost back-to-back games since 2015, when it fell to Gettysburg and Ohio Wesleyan.
Local Standout: Senior midfielder Garrett Reynolds (Archbishop Curley) had a game-high five goals. 
Up Next: Salisbury will look at get back on track against Kenyon at 4 p.m. March 7. 

No. 15 Stevenson (0-2) -- The Mustangs dropped their second straight game, losing 7-6 in double overtime to No. 5 Gettysburg March 3. Mike Risser scored 1:08 into the extra period to give the Bullets their fourth consecutive win. 
Local Standout: Sophomore midfielder Justin Burnette (Owings Mills) had a goal, an assist and six ground balls. 
Up Next: Stevenson faces another significant test against Salisbury at 1 p.m. March 10.

Photo Credit: Amanda Keovongmanysar/Loyola Athletics