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 [+]

Curran Named Centennial Conference Player of the Week

Johns Hopkins sophomore forward Ryan Curran has been named the Centennial Conference Player of the Week for his performance last week. This is his first career weekly honor from the conference and the second this season for the Blue Jays. He led Hopkins to a pair of road wins last week, as JHU beat Washington College and Muhlenberg. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Picks Up Three Wins at Philadelphia Invitational

The Johns Hopkins men's fencing team went 3-2 at the annual Philadelphia Invitational on Sunday hosted by Penn. Hopkins earned wins over Drew (25-2), Lafayette (20-7) and Haverford (19-8) while dropping decisions to eighth-ranked Penn (18-9) and Sacred Heart (14-13). Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Defeats Haverford at Philadelphia Invitational

The Johns Hopkins women's fencing team went 1-4 at the annual Philadelphia Invitational and earned a win over Haverford. JHU defeated Haverford while dropping decisions to Sacred Heart, Fairleigh Dickinson, Northwestern and 10th-ranked Temple. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Holds Off Muhlenberg, 80-75

The 24th-ranked Johns Hopkins men's basketball team held off a late rally by host Muhlenberg to win 80-75 on Saturday night at Memorial Hall. The Blue Jays win their 12th straight as they improve to 15-2 overall and 9-1 in the Centennial Conference. The Mules slip to 8-9 on the season and 3-7 in the conference. Sophomore Ryan Curran... Read More [+]

Offensive Woes Lead to Demise of Winning Streak

The Johns Hopkins women's basketball team struggled offensively and trailed the whole game, falling to Muhlenberg College, 50-31, Saturday evening. The 31 points was the lowest point total for the Jays this season. Read More [+]

Greenhalgh, Holder Each Win a Pair in Loss at Towson

Sophomores Andrew Greenhalgh and Evan Holder each won a pair of events for the Johns Hopkins men's swim team in a 177.5-103.5 loss at nearby Towson Saturday afternoon. The Blue Jays slip to 5-3 on the season while the Tigers improve to 8-1. Read More [+]

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