Davey Emala scored three goals on just three shots and had one caused turnover in North Carolina's 11-10 overtime win over No. 10 Johns Hopkins. After scoring the opening goal of the game, Emala then added a second score with 3:54 left in the first quarter to give the Tar Heels their largest lead of the game at 4-1. In the second quarter, Emala's trail check on a fast break caused a turnover and denied the Blue Jays an excellent scoring opportunity that could have tied the game.
The native of Baltimore, Md., scored the game-tying goal for North Carolina with 1:30 left in the fourth quarter, forcing overtime where the Tar Heels won on a goal six seconds in by R.G. Keenan. It is the second career weekly award for Emala and the first since Feb. 14, 2012.