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Local Men's Lacrosse Power Rankings: Week 10

April 22, 2019
Here are this week's local men's lacrosse power rankings:

Division I:

1. Maryland (No. 2 nationally, 11-2)
Previous Game: Defeated then-No. 9 Ohio State, 10-9, in OT
Spotlight: Junior Jared Bernhardt notched his100th career goal by scoring the game-winner in overtime. 
Next Up: Hosts Johns Hopkins April 27

2. Loyola (No. 8, 10-3)
Previous Game: Defeated then-No. 17 Army, 13-9
Spotlight: Senior Pat Spencer (Boys' Latin) had four goals and three assists. 
Next Up: At Lafayette April 26

3. Towson (No. 13, 8-4)
Previous Game: Defeated then-No. 20 Delaware, 14-12 
Spotlight: Senior Grant Maloof (South River) had five goals and one assist, while fellow senior Brendan Sunday had four goals and one assist. 
Next Up: At Drexel April 27

4. Johns Hopkins (Votes, 6-6)
Previous Game: Lost to No. 1 Penn State, 20-9
Spotlight: Junior Cole Williams (Loyola Blakefield) scored three goals.  
Next Up: At Maryland April 27 

5. Mount St. Mary's (8-6)
Previous Game: Lost to Hobart, 11-8
Spotlight: Sophomore Luke Frankeny had two goals and one assist. 
Next Up: Hosts St. Joseph's April 27

6. Navy (5-7)
Previous Game: Lost to then-No. 7 Syracuse, 18-9
Spotlight: Freshman Jack Sweeney scored a pair of goals, while senior Ryan Wade had a goal and three assists.  
Next Up: Hosts Boston University April 26

7. UMBC (3-8)
Previous Game: Lost to UMass Lowell, 13-12, in OT
Spotlight: Junior Ryan Frawley had six goals, while sophomore Trevor Patschorke (Severna Park) finished with three goals.  
Next Up: At Hartford April 27

Division III

1. Salisbury (No. 3 nationally, 15-1)
Previous Game: Defeated Southern Virginia, 26-9
Spotlight: Sophomore Cross Ferrara had six goals for the Seagulls, who bounced back from their first loss of the season to No. 3 York.
Next Up: At St. Mary's April 24

2. Stevenson (8-7)
Previous Game: Lost to No. 7 Cabrini, 17-11
Spotlight: Sophomore Jacob Tatum had three goals and senior Gray McKee had three goals. 
Next Up: At Messiah April 24

3. St. Mary's (10-6)
Previous Defeated Frostburg 13-5.  
Spotlight: Freshman Abe Hubbard (Northern) had five goals. 
Next Up: Hosts No. 3 Salisbury April 24

4. Washington College (6-8)
Previous Lost to No. 16 Franklin & Marshall, 18-10
Spotlight: Junior Cooper Sloan had four goals. 
Next Up: At Swarthmore April 24.

5. Hood (10-4)
Previous Game: Lost to Messiah, 18-8
Spotlight: Sophomore Bentley LeBarron (La Plata) notched four goals.
Next Up: At Lycoming April 27

6. Frostburg (8-7)
Previous Game: Lost to St. Mary's, 13-5 
Spotlight: Juniors Paul Rupert (Severna Park), Jimmy Lucas (Mount Saint Joseph) and Michael Sipes scored goals, as did freshmen Matthew Ward (Patuxent) and Matt Sharkey (St. Mary's Ryken).
Next Up: Hosts Mary Washington April 24

7. Goucher (5-9) 
Previous Game: Defeated Immaculata, 25-6
Spotlight: Freshman Jared Heath scored six goals. 
Next Up: Hosts Drew April 27

8. McDaniel (2-13)
Previous Game:  Lost to Swarthmore, 21-6
Spotlight: Freshman Nick DeLoriers (John Carroll) scored two goals.
Next Up: Hosts No. 9 Gettysburg April 24

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Maryland Athletics