Johns Hopkins Mourns the Loss Jeremy Huber

The Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse program is mourning the loss of freshman defenseman Jeremy Huber. 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 [+]

Johns Hopkins Swims Past Mary Washington, 135-57

The fourth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's swim team closed out the dual meet portion of its schedule with a 135-57 win over visiting Mary Washington. The Blue Jays finish with a 7-2 record heading into the conference championship next month. The Eagles fall to 7-3 with two more dual meets on their schedule. Hopkins won the first nine... Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Bests Mary Washington, 130-65

The sixth-ranked Johns Hopkins men's swim team earned a 130-65 win over visiting Mary Washington in its final dual meet of the season Friday night. The Blue Jays finish with a 6-4 record as they prepare for championship season. The Eagles fall to 6-4 with two dual meets left in the regular season. Hopkins won the first nine events of... Read More [+]

McDonald, Murphy Run Season-Best Times at Penn State

Johns Hopkins runners Megan McDonald and Ashley Murphy each posted season-best times at the Penn State Invitational Saturday afternoon at the Horace Ashenfelter III Indoor Track on the campus of Penn State University. Read More [+]

Stecklair Leads Hopkins At Penn State

Senior Austin Stecklair led the Blue Jays against a field full of top Division I talent at the Penn State National Invitational. Stecklair finished fourth in the 5000-meter run with a solid time of 14:58.33, setting a new personal record, and besting his previous best of 15:07. Read More [+]

Hopkins Pair Competes In First Half of Heptathlon

Junior Devin Conley and freshman Matt Fischetti competed Friday night at the Patriot Games at George Mason University. The two Heptathloners competed in the 60 meter dash, high jump, long jump and shot put. Read More [+]

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