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Local Men's Lacrosse Power Rankings: Week Nine

April 15, 2019
Here are this week's local men's lacrosse power rankings:

Division I:

1. Maryland (No. 2 nationally, 10-2)
Previous Game: Defeated then-No. 19 Rutgers, 16-13
Spotlight: Senior Louis Dubick (Churchill), junior Jared Bernhardt and sophomores Anthony DeMaio and Bubba Fairman each scored three goals. DeMaio also added three assists. 
Next Up: At No. 9 Ohio State April 20

2. Loyola (No. 8, 9-3)
Previous Game: Lost to Boston University, 18-11
Spotlight: Sophomores Kevin Lindley (four goals) and Aidan Olmstead (three) led the way.
Next Up: At No. 17 Army April 20

3. Towson (No. 14, 7-4)
Previous Game: Lost to UMass, 14-10
Spotlight: Senior Brendan Sunday had four goals. 
Next Up: At Delaware April 20

4. Johns Hopkins (No. 19, 6-5)
Previous Game: Lost to then-No. 8 Ohio State, 14-13
Spotlight: Senior Alex Concannon scored four goals and two assists; freshman Joey Epstein (Landon) had three goals and two assists.  
Next Up: At No. 1 Penn State April 21

5. Mount St. Mary's (Votes, 8-5)
Previous Game: Defeated Wagner, 12-8
Spotlight: Junior Brendan Doyle (Loyola Blakefield) had a goal and four assists. 
Next Up: At Hobart April 20

6. Navy (5-6)
Previous Game: Lost to then-No. 20 Army, 9-8, in overtime
Spotlight: Sophomore Christian Daniel (Northern) scored four goals, and junior netminder Ryan Kern tied a career high with 18 saves, 
Next Up: Hosts No. 7 Syracuse April 20

7. UMBC (3-7)
Previous Game: Lost to Albany 9-7
Spotlight: Freshman Taylor Bohanan (St. Mary's) finished with two goals.  
Next Up: Hosts UMass Lowell April 20

Division III

1. Salisbury (No. 1 nationally, 14-0)
Previous Game: Defeated Washington College, 15-14, in 2OT
Spotlight: Senior Zach Pompea had four goals and three assists, including the game-winning score with 1:59 left in the second overtime. Senior Tyler Snyder (Mount Saint Joseph) had a goal and three assists.
Next Up: Hosts No. 3 York April 17

2. Stevenson (7-6)
Previous Game: Defeated Widener, 18-9
Spotlight:  Sophomore Jacob Tatum had five goals, and freshman Cam Leydig (DeMatha) scored four. 
Next Up: Hosts Lebanon Valley April 16

3. Hood (10-3)
Previous Game: Defeated Alvernia, 24-7
Spotlight: Senior Grayson Zubradt, junior Patrick Hurley and sophomore Bentley LeBarron (La Plata) each notched four goals
Next Up: Hosts Messiah April 18

4. St. Mary's (9-5)
Previous Defeated Mary Washington, 12-10
Spotlight: Sophomore Ben Claffee (Fallston) had three goals and one assist. 
Next Up: At Christopher Newport April 20

5. Washington College (6-7)
Previous Lost to No. 1 Salisbury 15-14, in 2OT
Spotlight: Seniors Casey Grieves (three goals and one assist) and Trey Ritter (four goals) led the way. Junior Cooper Sloan (five goals and one assist) contributed as well. 
Next Up: Hosts No. 16 Franklin & Marshall April 20 

6. Frostburg (7-6)
Previous Game: Lost to No. to No. 20 Christopher Newport, 13-8
Spotlight: Sophomore Jason Clinton had three goals, while juniors Paul Ruppert (Severna Park) and Jimmy Lucas (Mount Saint Joseph) scored twice.  
Next Up: At Southern Virginia April 17

7. Goucher (4-9) 
Previous Game: Lost to Susquehanna, 17-8
Spotlight: Junior Andrew Sade and freshman Jared Heath each had two goals. 
Next Up: Hosts Immaculata April 18 

8. McDaniel (2-12)
Previous Game:  Lost to Muhlenberg, 11-5
Spotlight: Junior Jakob Katzen had 23 saves. 
Next Up: At Swarthmore April 20

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Maryland Athletics