March 21, 1998
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA - Senior attackman Dylan Schlott scored four goals as sixth-ranked Johns Hopkins dominated third-ranked Virginia for three quarters and held on for a 13-10 men's lacrosse victory.
Three of Schlott's goals came as the Blue Jays (3-2) were building a 12-4 lead 1:15 into the third quarter. Hopkins scored five extra-man goals on five opportunities in that stretch.
Sophomore Brian Carcaterra kept the Cavaliers (3-2) at bay, stopping nine shots in the first 8:17 of the game.
With the score 12-4, Virginia held the Blue Jays scoreless for more than 23 minutes of the third and fourth quarters. Attackman Drew McKnight scored his second goal of the game to cut the deficit to 12-8 with 12:14 remaining in the game, but Virginia could get no closer. Tucker Radebaugh (2 goals) beat Carcaterra but this shot hit the pipe, and then Carcaterra saved another Radebaugh shot to end Virginia's threat.
Virginia next plays top-ranked Maryland March 28 in College Park. Hopkins hosts North Carolina on the same day.
JOHNS HOPKINS (3-2, ranked SIXTH) 5 5 2 1 = 13 VIRGINIA (3-2, ranked THIRD) 1 3 2 4 = 10
JHU - Dylan Schlott 4, A.J. Haugen 2, Dave Marks 2, Justin Shaberly 2, Andrew Godfrey, Matt O'Kelly, Dudley Dixon
VIRGINIA - Drew McKnight 2, Tucker Radebaugh 2, Michael Leahy, David Wren, Jay Jalbert, Peter Ragosa, Henry Oakey, Drew Melchionni
JHU - Dixon 3, Godfrey 2, Haugen, O'Kelly, Moolenaar
VIRGINIA: Jalbert 4, Melchionni 2, Radebaugh, McKnight
JHU 21 (Brian Carcaterra 21 saves, 47 shots, 60 minutes 10 goals allowed)
VIRGINIA 11 (Penn Leachman 1 save; Chris Sanderson 10 saves, 35 shots, 60 minutes, 13 goals allowed)
SHOTS: JHU 36, VIRGINIA 47
GROUND BALLS: JHU 62, VIRGINIA 49
FACEOFFS: JHU 16, VIRGINIA 10
CLEARING: JHU 31 of 38, VIRGINIA 22 of 25
PENALTIES: JHU 6 for 5:00, VIRGINIA 7 for 6:00
EXTRA-MAN OPPORTUNITIES: JHU 5 goals in 7 chances,VIRGINIA 3 goals in 6 chances
SERIES RECORD( (48-16-1 JHU leads)
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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
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