Blue Jays Allow Late Goal, Earn Third Straight Draw
• Score: #6 Johns Hopkins - 2, #17 Dickinson, - 2
• Records: JHU (7-1-4) • Dickinson (7-1-4)
• Location: Baltimore, MD • Homewood Field
• The Short Story: Hopkins relinquishes an 89th minute goal, ultimately earning their third straight draw. Alex Damron and Rachel Jackson scored for JHU.
How it Happened
• The Blue Jays took the lead in the first half of the contest, as Alex Damron received a pass from Maddy Rocks and was able to curl it over the head of Dickinson keeper Carli Boyer for 1-0 lead in the 32nd minute.
• It didn't take long for Dickinson to respond, as Meg Tate was fouled inside the box by Laurel Buck, setting up a penalty kick. Caitlin Hendricks read the shot, but was unable to make the save, tying the game at 1-1.
• Johns Hopkins retook the lead in the 66th minute as Rachel Jackson took the feed from Samantha Hoffman, who had just checked into the game seconds earlier, and slid it right past the keeper for a 2-1 lead.
• Dickinson capitalized on a Blue Jay defensive miscue, as Meg Tate scored an 89th minute goal to tie the game. Charlotte Glancey played a desperation long ball that bounced towards the head of Tate, who got a head on it with Hendricks charging out of the net.
What it Means
• Hopkins has gone three-straight games without a win for the first time since 2015
• JHU's nine-game winning streak against Dickinson came to an end.
• The Blue Jays are 22-6-5 all-time against the Red Devils.
Inside the Box Score
• Damron's goal was her first of the season and the third of her Hopkins career.
• Jackson has scored in back-to-back contests and has six goals on the season.
• Samantha Hoffman earned her first point of the season, earning an assist on Jackson's goal
• The Blue Jays welcome Muhlenberg to Homewood Field on Saturday afternoon at 3:30 pm.