The Washington Times - May 17, 2009, 12:43PM

ANNAPOLIS – A wise man (or maybe just an idiot savant) once said you can’t score if you don’t have the ball.

Johns Hopkins is demonstrating that here at Navy.

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Virginia is handling things after a quarter, up 6-1. The Cavaliers scored six goals in the final 10 minutes of the first, with Hopkins having possession for all of 1:55 in that stretch.

The Cavaliers are prodding a vulnerable Hopkins defense, finding the perfect matchups to exploit.

There’s already been a highlight-worthy play – Garrett Billings‘ behind the back goal late in the first quarter off a Steele Stanwick feed.

Things are already ugly for Hopkins, and it seems unlikely they’ll get much better before the afternoon is through.

– Patrick Stevens