Johns Hopkins and Franklin & Marshall Play to 1-1 Draw
• Score: #25 Johns Hopkins-1, Franklin & Marshall-1 (2OT)
• Records: JHU (11-1-2, 4-0-2 CC) • FMC (6-5-2, 4-1-1 CC)
• Location: Lancaster, PA • Tylus Field
• The Short Story: The Johns Hopkins men’s soccer team finished in a 1-1 draw with host Franklin & Marshall on Saturday night in Centennial Conference action.
How it Happened
• Ben Draheim fired a ball into the Blue Jay box in the 33rd minute that was blocked by the defense. The ball bounced right to Jason Tonelli however and he fired a shot into the top right of the goal to stake Franklin & Marshall to the 1-0 lead.
• Hopkins finally got the equalizer in the 65th minute off the foot of sophomore Achim Younker. Freshman Alejandro Maclean shot from the top of the box that Christopher Amoruso saved. He was unable to control the rebound however and Younker was there to slot it home.
What it Means
• Hopkins is now 39-24-8 all-time against Franklin & Marshall. Since the formation of the Centennial Conference in 1993, the Blue Jays and the Diplomats have played 30 times, with 13 of those going to overtime.
• Hopkins drops to second in the Centennial Conference standings, one point behind Gettysburg (5-1-0), with three games to play.
Inside the Box Score
• Younker’s goal was his team-leading 13th of the season and brings his career total to 16. He ranks second in the league in scoring.
• Senior Bryan See finished with three saves for the Blue Jays while Amoruso had seven for the Diplomats.
• Hopkins outshot Franklin & Marshall, 18-14, while corner kicks were even at 8-8.
• Hopkins is back at Homewood Field to take on McDaniel on Wednesday, October 18. Game time for the Blue Jays “Pink Game” is slated for 7:00 pm.