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Local Men's Lacrosse Power Rankings: Week Four

March 11, 2019
Here are this week's local men's lacrosse power rankings:

Division I:

1. Maryland (6-1)
Previous Game: Defeated Albany, 14-9.
Spotlight: Junior Jared Bernhardt finished with three goals and five assists. 
Next Up: Hosts Villanova March 16

2. Towson (5-1)
Previous Game: Defeated Jacksonville, 15-13; lost to then-No. 2 Cornell, 18-11, in Crown Lacrosse Event
Spotlight: Senior Grant Maloof (South River) had five goals and senior Alex Woodall (St. Mary's) won 45 of 58 faceoffs throughout the two games.
Next Up: At No. 2 Duke March 16

3. Loyola (4-2)
Previous Game: Lost to then No. 6 Duke, 12-7
Spotlight: Freshman Chase Scanlan had three goals and a pair of assists. 
Next Up: Hosts Navy March 16

4. Johns Hopkins (2-3)
Previous Game: Lost to then No. 14 Syracuse, 14-10
Spotlight: Seniors Alex Concannon and Kyle Marr and freshman Joey Epstein had two goals apiece. 
Next Up: Hosts Mount St. Mary's March 12

5. Navy (4-2)
Previous Game: Defeated Lafayette, 12-7
Spotlight: Freshman Jack Sweeney (McDonogh) and sophomore Christian Daniel (Northern) each had a hat trick. 
Next Up: At No. 8 Loyola March 16

6. Mount St. Mary's (3-4)
Previous Game: Defeated Mercer, 9-8
Spotlight: Junior Brendan Doyle (Loyola Blakefield) notched the game winner with 27 seconds remaining.
Next Up: At No. 17 Johns Hopkins March 12

7. UMBC (1-4)
Previous Game: Lost to No. 11 High Point, 22-13
Spotlight: Senior Josh Jordan, junior Ryan Frawley and sophomore Steven Zichelli (Severna Park) each had two goals. 
Next Up:  Hosts Vermont March 16

Division III:

1. Salisbury (6-0)
Previous Game: Defeated Stevenson, 14-9
Spotlight: Sophomore Cross Ferrara had four goals and junior Brandon Warren (Calvert Hall) made 13 saves. 
Next Up: Hosts Illinois Wesleyan March 15

2. Washington College (2-2)
Previous Game: Lost to Stockton, 16-11
Spotlight: Senior Zack Gorrasi finished with three goals.
Next Up: At No. 16 Christopher Newport March 13

3. Stevenson (1-3)
Previous Game: Lost to No. 1 Salisbury, 14-9
Spotlight: Senior Gray McKee had two goals and two assists.
Next Up: Hosts Lynchburg March 15

4. Hood (3-0)
Previous Game: Defeated St. Vincent, 19-10 
Spotlight: Senior Zak Kooser tied his own school record with six assists and added five goals for a program-tying record 11 points.
Next Up: Hosts Rosemont March 13

5. Frostburg (3-1)
Previous Game: Defeated SUNY Oneonta 16-7
Spotlight: Freshman Matthew Ward scored six goals with two assists; junior Paul Ruppert (Severna Park) had a hat trick.
Next Up: Hosts Shenandoah March 12

6. St. Mary's (4-3)
Previous Game: Defeated McDaniel, 8-6
Spotlight: Senior Ross Snodderly (Franklin) had 17 saves behind a stellar defense.
Next Up: At Randolph March 13

7. Goucher (2-3) 
Previous Game: Defeated Delaware Valley, 13-8
Spotlight: Senior Zephan Harnish (Walkersville) posted a career-high seven goals. 
Next Up: Hosts Gordon March 11

8. McDaniel (1-4)
Previous Game: Lost to St. Mary's, 8-6
Spotlight: Junior Jakob Katzen finished with 13 saves. 
Next Up: Hosts Stockton March 13

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Maryland Athletics