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Kylie Ohlmiller, Stony Brook down Johns Hopkins

Stony Brook attacker Kylie Ohlmiller, #17, is pressured

Stony Brook attacker Kylie Ohlmiller, #17, is pressured behind the net by USC defender Nina Kelty in an NCAA women's lacrosse game at LaValle Stadium on Friday, March 24, 2017. Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke

Another game, another highlight.

Kylie Ohlmiller continued her torrid scoring pace, notching four goals and five assists — one each of the behind-the-back variety — in No. 4 Stony Brook women’s lacrosse’s 16-6 victory over host Johns Hopkins Tuesday night.

She became the program’s career assist leader when she notched her 136th helper on a feed to Samantha DiSalvo with 17:32 left in the first half. She has 138 career assists for Stony Brook (12-1).

“I couldn’t be more proud of this group,” coach Joe Spallina said. “In a midweek road game on national television playing a team that really needed the game, our team stepped up and played its most complete game of the season.”

Ohlmiller, who leads the nation with 7.08 points per game, either scored or assisted on five of Stony Brook’s first six goals. She tallied her second score of the game with 11:50 remaining in the first half, giving the Seawolves a 6-2 lead. Her third of the night came 31 seconds into the second half for a 9-3 lead.

Her younger sister, Taryn, also had four goals and five assists, including two goals 12 seconds apart, the latter of which gave the Seawolves a 12-3 advantage with 25:54 left to play.

DiSalvo had four goals for the second straight game, Ally Kennedy had two goals and Dorrien Van Dyke had one goal and two assists. Stony Brook outshot Johns Hopkins, 34-19.

Brooke Gubitosi had four ground balls and two caused turnovers. Anna Tesoriero continued her dominance in the cage, making six saves.

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