The 2014 Virginia Men’s Lacrosse season came to a close Sunday afternoon at Klockner Stadium at the hands of Johns Hopkins 14-8 as the Cavaliers couldn’t dig themselves out of an early deficit. The Wahoos came out of the gates strong behind Mark Cockerton who tallied two goals to give the Hoos a 2-0 advantage. But a scoreless drought began soon, and the Cavaliers couldn’t find the net for over 20 minutes. During the drought, Johns Hopkins went on an 8-0 run to take control. In the third quarter, UVA narrowed the margin to one goal when Tyler German struck to make it 9-8, but the Wahoos couldn’t complete the rally. In his final game as a Cavalier, Cockerton led UVA with two goals and one assist.