Hopkins Picked To Win Centennial

The Johns Hopkins men's baseball team has been selected to finish first after totaling seven first place votes for 79 points in the Centennial Conference preseason poll released by the conference offices this morning. Haverford was second in the coaches' poll, receiving two first place votes for 71 points, while Gettysburg tallied the ... Read More [+]

Hopkins Looks Forward to New Stadium's Inaugural Season

The Johns Hopkins baseball team enters the 2015 season with a load of excitement, looking forward to playing in a new on-campus stadium, and looking to put a down year in 2014 behind them. Coming off a season that saw the team struggle along to a 22-18 record with few bright spots, the Jays have a new spark among them in 2015. A team... Read More [+]

Babb Field at Stromberg Stadium Officially Dedicated

More than 600 people attended the official dedication ceremonies for Babb Field at Stromberg Stadium Saturday evening on the Homewood campus. One of the finest on-campus baseball stadiums in the nation is now officially open. Read More [+]

Hettleman Named First Team Academic All-American

Johns Hopkins University senior Jonathan Hettleman was named to the 2014 Capital One Academic All-America Division III Baseball Team today, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America. Read More [+]

Four Blue Jays Earn All-Centennial Honors

Johns Hopkins baseball players Carter Burns, Conor Reynolds, Colin McCarthy and Jonathan Hettleman were named All-Centennial selections today in a release made by the conference offices. Read More [+]

Season Ends in Walk Off Heartbreak, Jays Fall to Fords 4-3

Haverford executed a perfect suicide squeeze with a man on third and the game tied in the bottom of the ninth, as the Fords topped Hopkins 4-3 Saturday morning. Read More [+]

Miscues Hinder Jays in CC Playoff Loss to No. 21 Gettysburg, 6-4

With two outs and the game tied in the bottom of the seventh, Scott Zanghellini ripped a two RBI single to center field to score the eventual game-winning runs as Gettysburg topped Hopkins 6-4 Friday afternoon in the first round of the Centennial Conference Playoffs. Read More [+]

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