Ninth-ranked TCNJ finishes regular season with 4-2 win vs. Johns Hopkins
EWING, N.J. -- Ninth-ranked TCNJ capped the off the regular season with a victory as the Lions doubled up visiting Johns Hopkins 4-2 on Friday.
The win put TCNJ at 15-3 on the season, while the Blue Jays fell to 7-10.
Next up for the Lions will be the New Jersey Athletic Conference tournament on Wednesday. TCNJ has already secured the second seed in the tournament and will host an opponent that has yet to be determined.
The Lions jumped in front when junior Erin Waller opened the scoring on a play that started on a penalty corner. That goal came 7:18 into the game.
TCNJ added two more goals as freshman Jaclyn Douglas popped in a rebound and junior Erin Healy cashed in on a penalty stroke. Those goals came with 14:26 and 8:24 left in the period.
Just 39 seconds after Healy score, the Blue Jays got one of those goals back as Austin Davis scored her first collegiate goal. That goal was assisted by Allison Thompson.
In the second half, junior Lindsey Hatch scored 2:57 into the period as TCNJ regained its two-goal advantage.
Johns Hopkins made it a 4-2 game with 16:43 left when Lindsey Adams collected her second of the season.
Junior Amanda Krause turned aside six Blue Jay shots to earn her 14th win of the season. Junior Victoria Martin chipped in with a defensive save.
In goal for Johns Hopkins, Zoey Atabek finished with 11 saves.