Johns Hopkins-UMBC Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Johns Hopkins hits the road for the first time in two weeks though it will be a short trip as the Blue Jays will make the 12-mile drive to Catonsville to take on the UMBC Retrievers on Wednesday. Hopkins is riding a six-game win streak after going unbeaten in the month of March. UMBC is coming off a one-goal loss at Vermont that... Read More [+]

Loeb Captures National Runner of the Week Honors

Four days after shattering the previous Centennial Conference record in the 10k, senior Frances Loeb has been named the Centennial Conference Women's Track and Field Runner of the Week as well as the USTFCCCA National Athlete of the Week, it was announced this morning. Read More [+]

Brown, Schneider Honored by Big Ten

Attackman Ryan Brown earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors and goalie Eric Schneider grabbed a share of Specialist of the Week honors. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Places Three on NWCA Scholar All-America Team

Johns Hopkins placed three wrestlers on the 2014-15 NWCA Scholar All-America Team. Hopkins was also one of 30 teams nationally recognized with the Team Scholar Award as well. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Splits with Dickinson and Georgetown

The 10th-ranked Johns Hopkins men's tennis team split a pair of matches on Sunday, beating Dickinson but falling to Division I Georgetown. The Blue Jays opened the day and conference play with a 6-3 win over the Red Devils. Hopkins then fell to Georgetown, 5-2, in the nightcap. Read More [+]

Blue Jays Split Double Header Against Fords

HAVERFORD, PA - The Johns Hopkins baseball team split a double-header against Centennial Conference foe Haverford Sunday afternoon. The Jays offense came on late in the first game, but it was too little too late as they fell 5-3. In game two, Hopkins prevailed 5-4 in an 11 inning contest. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Tops Rutgers, 9-7, in First-Ever Big Ten Game

Johns Hopkins won the first-ever Big Ten men's lacrosse game as the Blue Jays rallied to top Rutgers, 9-7, at Homewood Field on Saturday. Read More [+]

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