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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Johns Hopkins
The Big Ten is adding lacrosse in 2015 and welcoming Johns Hopkins as an affiliate member for men's lacrosse only.
Loyola was an afterthought nationally when it embarked on its men's lacrosse season more than three months ago.
Heading into the final month of the college lacrosse season, there seemed to be two constants: Virginia and Johns Hopkins. Until this weekend.
The NCAA lacrosse tournament commences this weekend. With it comes the renewal of one of the sport's great mysteries: Why hasn't Maryland won a national title in more than three decades?
Johns Hopkins stunned the top-seeded Blue Devils 10-9, ending the latest run of a program accustomed to its status as the lightning rod of the lacrosse world.
"When they tied it and they tied it again, I wasn't feeling real good," Johns Hopkins coach Dave Pietramala said. "I think it was huge for us to play with a lead and not to have to play this team from behind. They're so good from playing out front. We felt like if we could play from in front, how would they react late in the game when we were ahead?"