Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse To Open Fall Practice on September 15

Blue Jays Return Seven Starters, Welcome Top Incoming Class


O'Branski Named Director of Operations for Johns Hopkins Lacrosse

First-Ever Lacrosse Director of Operations to Support Men's & Women's Teams


Rabil, Durkin Earn Outstanding Player Awards, All-World Honors

Eight Former Blue Jays Competed in FIL World Championships

New Blue (Part 3): Inside the 2014 Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Season
New Blue (Part 3): Inside the 2014 Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Season
HIGHLIGHTS: Men's Lacrosse vs Villanova
HIGHLIGHTS: Men's Lacrosse vs Villanova
Postgame Interviews: Men's Lacrosse vs Maryland
Postgame Interviews: Men's Lacrosse vs Maryland
Johns Hopkins-Virginia Men's Lacrosse (May 11, 2014)
Johns Hopkins-Virginia NCAA Men's Lacrosse 1st Round May 11, 2014
Johns Hopkins-Big Ten Press Conference (June 3, 2013)
Johns Hopkins and the Big Ten announced that JHU is joining the conference as a sport affiliate member in men's lacrosse.
Johns Hopkins-North Carolina Men's Lacrosse (3-30-2013)
The Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse battled 6th-ranked UNC to overtime before falling, 11-10.

Eric Ruhl
Eric Ruhl


Powell, OH

High School:
Dublin Jerome

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 190


At Dublin Jerome: Played lacrosse, football, soccer and hockey • Under Armour All-American in lacrosse and a two-time US Lacrosse All-American • Graduated as school's career leader in goals (185) and points (240) • Rang up a career-high 72 goals and 21 assists as a senior, when he was selected as the OCC Player of the Year and the Ohio Midfielder of the Year • Totaled 60 goals and 19 assists as a junior and 48 goals and 28 assists as a sophomore.

Personal: Eric J. Ruhl • The son of Bruce and Susan Ruhl • Born March 25, 1992 • Father, Bruce, and older brother, Kyle, played football at Ohio State • Father was a two-time Academic All-Big 10 selection • Older brother, Scott, is a midfielder on the Towson lacrosse team • Earth and planetary science major.

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