syracuse VS johns hopkins

2022-03-13
syracuse
syracuse - 7

vs

johns hopkins
johns hopkins - 10
  • Scoring

  • tucker dordevic ( 3 , 0 )
  • brendan curry ( 1 , 0 )
  • mikey berkman ( 1 , 0 )
  • lucas quinn ( 1 , 0 )
  • owen seebold ( 1 , 0 )
  • griffin cook ( 0 , 1 )
  • tyler cordes ( 0 , 1 )
  • matteo corsi ( 0 , 1 )
  • pete fiorini ( 0 , 1 )
  • Scoring

  • joey epstein ( 2 , 3 )
  • johnathan peshko ( 3 , 0 )
  • jack keogh ( 2 , 1 )
  • jacob angelus ( 1 , 2 )
  • garrett degnon ( 2 , 0 )
  • Shots

  • tucker dordevic 15
  • brendan curry 13
  • mikey berkman 5
  • lucas quinn 5
  • owen seebold 8
  • griffin cook 5
  • tyler cordes 1
  • matteo corsi 1
  • landon clary 1
  • Shots

  • joey epstein 4
  • johnathan peshko 5
  • jack keogh 2
  • jacob angelus 2
  • garrett degnon 8
  • connor desimone 4
  • ryan evans 1
  • brett martin 1
  • casey mcdermott 2
  • Ground Balls

  • tucker dordevic 3
  • mikey berkman 3
  • lucas quinn 2
  • griffin cook 3
  • tyler cordes 1
  • harrison thompson 2
  • carter rice 2
  • landon clary 1
  • brandon aviles 1
  • nick caccamo 5
  • bobby gavin 1
  • kyle gonsiorek 1
  • grant murphy 2
  • saam olexo 3
  • jakob phaup 7
  • Ground Balls

  • joey epstein 1
  • johnathan peshko 1
  • garrett degnon 2
  • hunter jaronski 2
  • josh kirson 3
  • connor desimone 2
  • brett martin 1
  • dylan bauer 1
  • logan callahan 1
  • tyler dunn 2
  • emmett jennings 1
  • jake lilly 3
  • jack lyne 1
  • owen mcmanus 2
  • blake rodgers 3
  • Turnovers

  • tucker dordevic 2
  • brendan curry 1
  • mikey berkman 1
  • lucas quinn 2
  • owen seebold 1
  • matteo corsi 1
  • pete fiorini 1
  • brett kennedy 3
  • nick caccamo 1
  • Turnovers

  • joey epstein 3
  • jack keogh 1
  • jacob angelus 1
  • garrett degnon 3
  • hunter jaronski 2
  • josh kirson 1
  • connor desimone 1
  • casey mcdermott 1
  • emmett jennings 1
  • owen mcmanus 1
  • brandon shure 1
  • beaudan szuluk 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • tucker dordevic 2
  • griffin cook 2
  • pete fiorini 1
  • harrison thompson 1
  • landon clary 1
  • nick caccamo 4
  • grant murphy 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • garrett degnon 1
  • josh kirson 2
  • jake lilly 1
  • Faceoffs Won

  • jakob phaup 14
  • Faceoffs Won

  • logan callahan 1
  • tyler dunn 5
  • kyle prouty 1
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • jakob phaup 21
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • logan callahan 2
  • tyler dunn 17
  • kyle prouty 2
  • Saves

  • harrison thompson 7 ( 0.41 )
  • Saves

  • josh kirson 14 ( 0.67 )
  • Current Records

  • syracuse 4 - 10
  • Current Records

  • johns hopkins 4 - 10
BALTIMORE, MD – The 19th-ranked Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team got a 14-save performance from Josh Kirson and scored five of the final seven goals of the game as the Blue Jays topped 18th-ranked Syracuse, 10-7, at Homewood Field Sunday afternoon. The win snaps a two-game losing streak for the Blue Jays, who improve to 4-3 on the year, while the Orange slip to 2-4. After batting to a 4-4 tie at the half, the Blue Jays and Orange traded goals in the first four minutes of the third quarter to force the fifth and final tie of the game. From there, the Blue Jays allowed just two goals over the final 26 minutes to fuel the three-goal victory. Sophomore Jonathan Peshko scored back-to-back goals in a span of just over two minutes to turn a 5-5 tie into a 7-5 Blue Jay lead midway through the third quarter. The first of those two strikes came when the Blue Jays caught the Orange in a late substitution, while the second came with the Orange defense hung up as he finished in tight off a quick feed from Joey Epstein. The Orange were back within one at 7-6 when Brenan Curry blew home a shot from 12 yards while the Orange had a two-man advantage at the 7:25 mark of the third. That goal was answered with 5:41 remaining when Jacob Angelus found Garrett Degnon alone in the slot and he turned and fired one past SU goalie Harrison Thompson. Despite numerous opportunities over the next 15 minutes, the Blue Jays couldn't push the lead to three, and the Orange couldn't cut the deficit to one. That changed as the fourth-quarter clock dripped under six minutes as Syracuse made the Blue Jays pay for a failed clear as Tucker Dordevic scored on an alley dodge that made it 8-7 with 5:53 remaining. Just over three minutes later, the Blue Jays restored the two-goal lead when Epstein spun around a defender at the top of the box and found Angelus on the wing; Angelue wasted no time as he dropped down and beat Thompson from eight yards out to make it 9-7. With Syracuse using the goalie to double team late in the game, Epstein scored into an open net with 54 seconds remaining to account for the 10-7 final score. Kirson was the only reason the game was tied at the half as he posted nine of his 14 saves before intermission. Syracuse outshot the Blue Jays 27-14 in the opening 30 minutes and held leads of 2-1, 3-2 and 4-3, but Degnon's first of the game with 3:46 left in the second quarter tied the game at 4-4 heading to the half. Jack Keogh's second goal of the game and an extra-man goal from Owen Seebold forced the 5-5 tie that Peshko broke with his back-to-back-goals that gave the Blue Jays a lead they would never relinquish. What It Means • Hopkins is now 31-28-1 in 60 all-time games against Syracuse. • The Blue Jays improve to 3-0 on the year at Homewood Field with today's win. Inside the Box Score – Johns Hopkins • Kirson has posted 14 or more saves in three of the last four games. • Syracuse entered the game averaging 16.0 goals per game. The seven goals are the fewest scored in a game by the Orange since March 10, 2018, when they lost to Johns Hopkins, 18-7, in the Carrie Dome. • Peshko finished with three goals to record his second career hat trick. • Epstein (2g, 3a), Keogh (2g, 1a), Angelus (1g, 2a) and Degnon (2g) joined Pesko with multi-point games Inside the Box Score - Syracuse • The Orange held advantages in shots (54-29), ground balls (37-28) and faceoffs (14-7). • Dordevic was the only multi-point scorer on the day for the Orange as he scored three goals. • 28 of the 54 Syracuse shots came from Dordevic (15) and Brendan Curry (13). • Syracuse was credited with 12 caused turnovers (on 21 JHU turnovers on the day). Up Next Johns Hopkins will return to action on Friday, March 18 when the Blue Jays welcome Navy to Homewood Field (7 pm).