Stony Brook women’s lacrosse defeated a nationally-ranked opponent for the seventh time this season, topping No. 22 Johns Hopkins, 15-7, in front of a record crowd on Kylie Ohlmiller Bobblehead Night at LaValle Stadium on Friday.
The official attendance for the contest was 3,123 – a new single-game program record. With the win, the No. 1 Seawolves improve to 13-0 (4-0 AE) so far in 2018.
“This was a dangerous game,” said head coach Joe Spallina. “Johns Hopkins is a very good team. The crowd was buzzing tonight; it was an incredible atmosphere for a college lacrosse game.”
Senior captain Kylie Ohlmiller led the way for the program, recording 11 total points in the victory. With six goals and five assists, Ohlmiller moves just 12 total points away from breaking the NCAA Division I career record, and 12 assists away from the NCAA Division I career mark for helpers.
— Stony Brook WLAX (@StonyBrookWLAX) April 14, 2018