18th-Ranked Johns Hopkins Rolls Past Haverford, 96-54

The 18th-ranked Johns Hopkins men's basketball team got a career-high 22 points from sophomore Ryan Curran as the Blue Jays won their school record 14th straight game in a 96-54 win over the Haverford Fords Saturday afternoon. Hopkins improved to 17-2 overall and 11-1 in the Centennial Conference while Haverford falls to 4-15 on the... Read More [+]

Fischetti, Bartnett Lead Hopkins at Patriot Games

Sophomore Andrew Bartnett put on a show in the pole vault event, soaring through the air throughout the day on Saturday at the Patriot Games at George Mason University. Barnett topped out at 5.00m (16-04.75), a mark that is the best in his indoor career and sets a new Hopkins indoor pole vault record. Read More [+]

Hopkins Women Uses Second Half Run To Key Win

A Haley Bush layup at the 14:39 mark sparked a Blue Jays 12-2 run, which was capped by an Alyssa Fleming bucket, giving the Jays a 46-35 lead that they would never relinquish, en route to 58-46 win against the visiting Haverford Fords. Senior Maggie Fruehan led Hopkins with 13 points and nine rebounds in 18 minutes off the bench. Read More [+]

Loeb Bests Loaded Division I Field, Sets Personal, School and...

Running against a field full of Division I runners, Johns Hopkins senior Frances Loeb finished with a school record time of 16:42.57 in the women's 5000-meter Invitational event, en route to a first place finish by more than 15 seconds. Loeb's time bests teammate Hannah Oneda's previous school record of 16:48.24, which stood since Dec.... Read More [+]

Hopkins Falls to Stevens, NYU in Centennial Duals

Johns Hopkins got a pair of wins from senior Paul Bewak, but fell to Stevens and NYU in Centennial Conference action on Saturday. Read More [+]

Poore, Pavarini Lead Jays at Bucknell Invite

One day after competing as the first and second legs of the Hopkins DMR team at Penn State, Tom Pavarini and Jesse Poore took their talents east to Lewisburg and the Bucknell Invitational, where they each posted season-best marks and top-three finishes in their respective events. Read More [+]

Underclassmen Lead Blue Jays Women at Bucknell

Caroline Smith, Ingrid Johnson and Laura Mears led the way for the Blue Jay women, each finishing in the top five of her respective race at the Bucknell Invitational on Saturday. Read More [+]

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