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Local Men's Lacrosse Power Rankings: Week 11

April 29, 2019
Here are this week's local men's lacrosse power rankings:

Division I:

1. Maryland (No. 5 nationally, 11-3)
Previous Game: Lost to Johns Hopkins, 16-11
Spotlight: Sophomore Bubba Fairman scored a career-high five goals. 
Next Up: Faces No. 16 Johns Hopkins in the Big Ten tournament May 2

1. Loyola (No. 6, 11-3)
Previous Game: Defeated Lafayette, 15-4
Spotlight: Sophomores Kevin Lindley and Aidan Olmstead had three goals apiece. Lindley also broke the Greyhounds' single-season goals record with 56 goals, which also ranks third in Patriot League single-season history.
Next Up: Hosts Army/Holy Cross winner May 3 in the Patriot League semifinals

3. Towson (No. 12, 9-4)
Previous Game: Defeated Drexel, 11-9
Spotlight: Senior Timmy Monahan (Gonzaga) scored four goals. 
Next Up: Faces Delaware at CAA tournament May 2

4. Johns Hopkins (No. 16, 7-6)
Previous Game: Defeated then-No. 2 Maryland, 16-11
Spotlight: Freshman Joey Epstein (Landon) had four goals and two assists, while junior Cole Williams (Loyola Blakefield) added three goals and one assist.
Next Up: Faces Maryland in the Big Ten tournament May 2

5. Mount St. Mary's (9-6)
Previous Game: Defeated St. Joseph's, 7-6, to win the Northeast Conference
Spotlight: Sophomore Dylan Furnback made a career-high 20 saves. 
Next Up: Faces Robert Morris in the Northeast Conference semifinals May 2

6. Navy (6-7)
Previous Game: Defeated then-No. 16 Boston University, 13-12
Spotlight: Sophomore Christian Daniel (Northern) scored a career-high eight points (five goals, three assists), while junior Ryan Kern also tied a career-high with 18 saves.  
Next Up: Season over

7. UMBC (4-8)
Previous Game: Defeated Hartford, 11-9
Spotlight: Sophomore Trevor Patschorke (Severna Park) scored a career-high five goals.  
Next Up: Faces Stony Brook in the America East tournament May 2

Division III

1. Salisbury (No. 3 nationally, 17-1)
Previous Game: Defeated Southern Virginia, 27-9
Spotlight: Senior Corey Gwin and sophomore Cross Ferrara had a game-high five goals apiece.
Next Up: Hosts Christopher Newport in the CAC semifinals May 1

2. Stevenson (10-7)
Previous Game: Defeated Arcadia, 19-10
Spotlight: Sophomore Jacob Tatum had five goals and senior Gray McKee finished with four assists. 
Next Up: Hosts winner of Widener/Arcadia in the MAC semifinals May 1

3. Frostburg (10-7)
Previous Game: Defeated St. Mary's, 12-10, in CAC quarterfinal
Spotlight: Junior Michael Sipes scored two goals and fellow junior Jack Marks had 10 saves.  
Next Up: Faces No. 2 York in the CAC semifinals May 1

4. St. Mary's (10-8)
Previous Lost to Frostburg, 12-10, in CAC quarterfinal
Spotlight: Senior Ray LaPlaca (Calverton) and sophomore Jeremiah Clemmer (N. Hagerstown) had two goals apiece. 
Next Up: Season over

4. Washington College (7-9)
Previous Lost to No. 9 Gettysburg 12-8
Spotlight: Senior Casey Grieves (Sts. Peter & Paul) had three goals. 
Next Up: Season over

5. Hood (10-5)
Previous Game: Lost Lycoming, 21-13
Spotlight: Junior Patrick Hurley finished with three goals and an assist.
Next Up: Season over

7. Goucher (5-10) 
Previous Game: Lost to Drew, 14-13, in OT
Spotlight: Senior Zephan Harnish scored five goals. 
Next Up: Season over

8. McDaniel (2-14)
Previous Game: Lost to No. 9 Gettysburg, 17-5
Spotlight: Sophomore Micah Brooks (Cambridge South Dorchester) had two goals. 
Next Up: Season over

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Johns Hopkins Athletics