Hopkins-Maryland Game Sold Out

<b>Chris Boland</b> and the Blue Jays will host Maryland tonight at 6 pm.
Chris Boland and the Blue Jays will host Maryland tonight at 6 pm.


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April 14, 2012

BALTIMORE, MD - The highly-anticipated Johns Hopkins-Maryland men's lacrosse game at Homewood Field scheduled for Saturday, April 14 (6 pm) is now sold out.  No tickets will be available for purchase at the gates tonight.

All tickets purchased in advance (either online or over the phone) will be available today starting at 4:30 pm at General Will Call. General Will Call is located in the Schelle Pavilion entrance to Homewood Field along University Parkway.

Third-ranked Johns Hopkins (9-1) and ninth-ranked Maryland (6-3) are meeting tonight for the 108th time in a series that dates to a 10-0 Johns Hopkins victory in 1895.

Fans can watch tonight's game live on ESPNU, listen to the live radio call in the Baltimore area on ESPN Radio 1300 AM or catch that radio call on the internet via HopkinsSports.com.



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