Yesterday at the United States, the Johns Hopkins lacrosse team scored a malicious goal against the Navy by fooling the vigilance of his opponent. While the score was 7-7 in the 3rd quarter, the Johns Hopkins midfielder, Joel Tinney, headed teammate John Crawley to pass him. This is at least what we thought players from the Navy, especially the goalkeeper. Indeed, Joel Tinney has only pretended while keeping the ball in the net of his stock, and while the goalkeeper was now wearing his attention to John Crawley, he took the opportunity to score a beautiful goal with a shot from 30 metres. The match ended in victory for the Johns Hopkins, 15 goals to 8.