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Virginia Men’s Lacrosse Wins Over Johns Hopkins, 11-10

Virginia Men’s Lacrosse Wins Over Johns Hopkins, 11-10

The No. 10 Virginia men’s lacrosse team won over No. 9 Johns Hopkins in Charlottesville, 11-10, in overtime.  The cavaliers were led by Greg Coholan with three goals and Mark Cockerton, James Pannell, and Ryan Lukacovic with two goals each.  Greg Coholan scored the winning goal in overtime.  Virginia will next play VMI on Monday in Charlottesville at 7:00 p.m.

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