Buxbaum and Walsh Win Third Straight ITA Southeast Doubles Title

Johns Hopkins juniors Mike Buxbaum and Emerson Walsh won their third straight USTA/ITA Southeast Doubles title on Monday afternoon. With the win, the Blue Jay pair earns a berth in the 2015 USTA/ITA National Small College Championship. The championship will take place at the Palmetto Tennis Center in Sumter, SC, October 15-18, 2015. Read More [+]

Meehan Earns Division III National Runner of the Week Honor

Sophia Meehan, of the Johns Hopkins women's cross country team, was named both the USTFCCA Division III National Runner of the Week and the Centennial Conference's women's cross country Runner of the Week. Read More [+]

New Endowment Launched to Celebrate Jim Margraff's Coaching Career

In celebration of his 26 years of dedicated service to Hopkins football, Johns Hopkins Athletics and Blue Jays Unlimited are pleased to announce the Pride & Poise Fund, an endowment fund that will support assistant coaching positions and help secure the program's future success. Read More [+]

Germano, Defense Power Johns Hopkins Past Juiata, 41-5

Eighth-ranked Johns Hopkins raced out to a 17-0 lead at the end of the first quarter and never looked back in a 41-5 win at Juniata on Saturday. Read More [+]

Hopkins Takes Third at USA Water Polo Division III Championship

The Johns Hopkins water polo team fell, 11-9, to host and third-ranked Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in the semifinals of the USA Water Polo Division III Championship. Hopkins rebounded with a 16-12 win over ninth-ranked MIT in the third-place match. The Blue Jays return from their California trip with an 11-5 record. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins, Dickinson Battle to 1-1 Draw

The Johns Hopkins men's soccer team battled host Dickinson to a 1-1 draw in Centennial Conference action Saturday night in Carlisle. The Blue Jays were playing their third straight conference road game and finished 2-0-1 during that stretch. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Defeats Swarthmore, 3-1

All the scoring game in the game's first 34 minutes as the Johns Hopkins field hockey team beat host Swarthmore, 3-1, on Saturday afternoon in Centennial Conference action. Three different players scored for the Blue Jays with sophomore Morgan Pothast scoring the game-winner. Read More [+]

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