Princeton traveled down to Homewood Field to face Johns Hopkins and managed to get beat down by the Jays on a frigid night in Baltimore. The final score of 16-9 made it seem closer than it actually was, as Hopkins held a 16-7 advantage with just over a minute left in the contest before allowing to goals over that final stretch.
Hunter Moreland paced No. 18 Johns Hopkins by winning 20 of 25 faceoffs and Kyle Marr put up 2 goals and 3 assists in the effort. He dominated at the faceoff X all day and that was the difference in the game as there was a period early in the 3rd where Princeton didn’t touch the ball as Hopkins put up 3 or 4 goals.
Sophomore attacker Cole Williams had the hot hand netting four goals on the game, two coming easily in transition, and two others while showing he’s a very capable dodger and threat at 6′ 5″ and 210 pounds.
Princeton 2nd-year phenom Michael Sowers showed why he’s one of the best in the game contributing 3 unassisted goals to go with his 3 assists.
The Jay’s head up north to the Carrier Dome in a week to face Syracuse.