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Local Men's Lacrosse Power Rankings: Week Seven

April 1, 2019
Here are this week's local men's lacrosse power rankings:

Division I:

1. Maryland (No. 3 nationally, 8-2)
Previous Game: Lost to No. 1 Penn State 13-10, snapping a 36-game winning streak against its Big Ten rival
Spotlight: Junior Jared Bernhardt had three goals and two assists. 
Next Up: Hosts Michigan April 6

2. Loyola (No. 2, 7-2)
Previous Game: Defeated Colgate, 21-7
Spotlight: Sophomore Kevin Lindley tied a career-high with eight goals, one shy of the school record set in 1986 by John Carroll; senior Pat Spencer (Boys' Latin) had two goals and eight assists.
Next Up: Hosts Lehigh April 6

3. Towson (No. 12, 6-3)
Previous Game: Defeated Hofstra, 10-9, in CAA opener
Spotlight: Senior Grant Maloof (South River) and junior Brody McLean had three goals apiece.
Next Up: At Fairfield April 6

4. Johns Hopkins (5-4)
Previous Game: Defeated Michigan, 14-8
Spotlight: Junior Forry Smith had four goals, while freshman Joey Epstein (Landon) scored three. 
Next Up: Hosts No. 18 Rutgers April 6

5. Mount St. Mary's (6-5)
Previous Game: Defeated Sacred Heart, 14-10
Spotlight: Senior Chris DiPretoro, juniors Brenden McCarthy and Brendan Doyle (Loyola Blakefield) and sophomore Luke Frankeny had three goals apiece.
Next Up: At Utah April 6

6. Navy (4-5)
Previous Game: Lost to Holy Cross, 12-9
Spotlight: Senior Ryan Wade had one goal and three assists, becoming the second Navy player this season to reach 100 career points. 
Next Up: The Midshipmen play their final road game of the regular season at Colgate April 6.

7. UMBC (2-6)
Previous Game: Defeated Lafayette, 19-8
Spotlight: Senior Josh Jordan and junior Ryan Frawley had five goals apiece, a career-high for both players. 
Next Up: Hosts Binghamton April 6

Division III:

1. Salisbury (No. 1 nationally, 11-0)
Previous Game: Defeated Mary Washington, 15-3
Spotlight: Senior Zach Pompea scored four goals, eclipsing 100 points for his career.
Next Up: At Frostburg April 6

2. Stevenson (3-6)
Previous Game: Defeated Albright, 20-4
Spotlight: Senior JT Thelen tied a program record with nine goals.
Next Up: Hosts No. 16 Christopher Newport April 3  

3. Hood (8-1)
Previous Game: Defeated Defeated Arcadia, 13-12, in OT
Spotlight: Sophomore Bentley LeBarron (La Plata) scored the game-winner 49 seconds into overtime.
Next Up: At Lebanon Valley April 3

4. Frostburg (7-2)
Previous Game: Lost to Elizabethtown, 14-10 
Spotlight: Freshman Matthew Ward scored four goals.  
Next Up: At Randolph-Macon April 2

5. St. Mary's (8-4)
Previous Game: Defeated Southern Virginia, 22-17.
Spotlight: Senior Max Groen and freshman Jude Brown (John Carroll) had four goals apiece.
Next Up: Hosts No. 5 York April 6

6. Goucher (4-6) 
Previous Game: Lost to Elizabethtown, 22-4
Spotlight: Freshman Rashaan Evans (Parkside) scored two goals. 
Next Up: At Scranton April 6

7. Washington College (3-6)
Previous Game: Idle
Next Up: At Muhlenberg April 5

8. McDaniel (2-9)
Previous Game: Lost to Washington College, 18-6
Spotlight: Senior Jack Paras had six ground balls.
Next Up: At No. 9 Ursinus April 6

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Loyola Athletic Communications