Baltimore, Md. – Johns Hopkins used goals from 11 players en route to downing Furman, 20-6, on Saturday afternoon at Homewood Field. The win moves the Blue Jays to 4-1 on the year, while the loss drops the Paladins to 1-4.
Six different Paladins netted a goal, while Sophie Brennan led with three points (1 goal, 2 assists). Lauren Farber, Leah Nonnenman, and Abby Shields each also added an assist, while Shields tallied two points on the day. Brennan won a team-high three draws, while Courtney Baker made seven saves in goal.
Johns Hopkins opened the game with back-to-back goals to take an early 2-0 lead, before Furman rattled off three-straight goals to take a 3-2 lead with just over 17:00 left in the first. The Blue Jays responded with eight-straight goals to send the teams to halftime holding a 10-3 lead.
Furman cut the lead to 10-4 to open the half, but the Blue Jays scored ten-straight goals to take a 20-3 lead. Furman closed the game with back-to-back goals by Demis and Feinberg, making the final score 20-6.
Furman is back in action on Wednesday, March 6, playing host to Campbell at 12:00 p.m. inside Paladin Stadium.
Chandler Simpson, Furman Sports Information