BALTIMORE, Md. – Goucher College lost to Johns Hopkins in non-conference men's basketball action on Tuesday.
Dwayne Morton (Baltimore, Md./Waynesville [Mo.]) paced the Gophers with eight points and six rebounds. Pat Goralski (Pasadena, Md./Chesapeake) and Darrell Collins (Baltimore, Md./New Town) each added six points in the loss.
Mal Graham (Grasonville, Md./Kent Island) and Axel Seka (Frederick, Md./Urbana) made their collegiate debut in the contest. Graham had two points and a rebound while Axel Seka added a rebound on the night.
The Gophers are celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the 1994-95 season that produced the program's first-ever NCAA Division III Tournament win. Goucher is celebrating by inviting players from the first two Capital Athletic Conference championship teams back as guest coach. Marc Cousins, who played for during only the 1993-94 season, served as the guest coach for the game against the Blue Jays.
Johns Hopkins jumped out to a 44-22 lead at halftime and then posted a 35-21 second half for a 79-43 win.
Goucher returns to action at the Dick Leftwich Tip-off Tournament hosted by Roanoke College starting on Friday. The Gophers will open up the two-day tournament against the host Maroons and head coach Clay Nunley, who was a freshman on the 1994-95 team that defeated Lebanon Valley in the 1995 NCAA Tournament. Nunley played 17 games during that season.