Johns Hopkins introduced its pairs set against Princeton and has leaned on it heavily ever since. With a strong balance of lefties (Cole Williams, Joel Tinney, Patrick Fraser, Alex Concannon) and righties (Connor DeSimone, Brinton Valis), the Blue Jays can attack from either side of the field. Watch for the on- and off-ball picks that the pairs sets create.
How Hopkins stretches slides and puts Joel Tinney in position to make plays via its pairs offense: pic.twitter.com/srnPg8flRo
— Joe Keegan (@joekeegs) March 14, 2018