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North Carolina at Johns Hopkins: Three things to watch

No. 12 Johns Hopkins (4-4) is 64-10 at Homewood Field under coach Dave Pietramala, but will that translate into a victory against No. 3 North Carolina (9-0) on Saturday at noon? Here are a few factors that could account for the final score. The Tar Heels boast one of the most potent offenses in Division I, but the possible absence of junior attackman Billy Bitter (leg) and senior midfielder Sean DeLaney (shoulder) could slow down that unit. (Baltimore Sun)


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