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Evan Washburn reports from Johns Hopkins-2/29

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  1. Johns Hopkins0:03, 1:28
  2. Princeton0:05, 0:46, 1:24
  3. Baltimore0:00, 1:36
  4. Tigers1:25
  5. ball games0:29
  6. national championship1:32
Wed, 29 Feb 2012|
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CSN Baltimore dot com. As Johns Hopkins repairs -- took up the Princeton they'll also look back at their last three wins. It was three games over the course of eight days that this team took a lot for. We know we can play any team we've been down we've been up. So I think the team has a lot of character and I know that from the scores that are against so a lot to truth and I know that down. -- -- -- -- -- You hope that maybe haven't been in tighter ball games have been challenged a little bit more had to fight our way back and then. And then the whole way you hoped that those experiences -- character boulders and those things you can draw on. As you move forward -- better the better teams in the country like for instance. You look at Princeton. This is a great early season test this team. And then you factor in the way you guys played against them last year I'm sure an effort that you -- forget exactly what this week. I -- that's this is a game that we all -- on our calendar on which side of play and they're great team and got. They -- the better of us last year so we're excited to come back this week we're really hard in practice and. Having -- trying to. Are the greatest challenges is really simple that it sort of and we did last year in for for me -- a team coached by by me in my step that's a disappointment that we can walk away from game. And then review film when your leader saying. Our hope and hope. It's none of the members of this year's team I've ever made the trip up to Princeton to play the Tigers it's been since 2005 -- Johns Hopkins has played Princeton. In -- the same year they won the national championship. Except Hopkins haven't lost Byrnes -- Baltimore -- now. Csnbaltimore.com.

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