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The Associated Press | May 18, 2014

Duke beats Johns Hopkins 19-11 in NCAA quarters

DI Men's Lacrosse Quarterfinals: Duke takes down Johns Hopkins

NEWARK, Del. -- Jordan Wolf scored five goals, and top-seeded Duke defeated Johns Hopkins 19-11 on Sunday to advance to the semifinals of the NCAA tournament.

The defending national champion Blue Devils (15-3) will face Denver or Drexel at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore on Saturday.

Duke made the national semifinals for the ninth year in a row.

Josh Dionne scored four goals for Duke, all in the first half. Dionne left the game in the final minute of the second quarter with a leg injury and did not return.

The Blue Devils opened the game with six unanswered goals. The Blue Jays didn't score until there was 4:19 left in first quarter and never drew closer than 12-10 early in the third.

Holden Cattoni and Rob Guida had three goals apiece to lead Johns Hopkins (11-5).

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