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 [+]

Hopkins Falls 11-2 to Rutgers-Camden In Stadium Opener

The first game at Babb Field at Stromberg Stadium was supposed to be full of celebration for the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays. But that celebration was instead disappointment, as the Jays fell 11-2 to the Rutgers-Camden Scarlet Raptors. Read More [+]

Too Little Too Late As Jays Fall, 9-5, to Spartans

After scoring the first run of the game, the Johns Hopkins offense struggled to get runners to cross home plate until it was too late in a 9-5 loss to York College, bringing its record to 8-4. Read More [+]

Jays Fall, 1-0, In Florida Finale

Jake Enterlin put together a fantastic pitching performance, but one bad bounce and lack of runs crossing home plate cost 24th-ranked Johns Hopkins in a 1-0 loss to UW-Platteville. Read More [+]

Burns' Complete Game Gem Leads Hopkins to Win

Starting for the second time this season, junior Carter Burns tossed a complete game, 11 strikeout masterpiece, as he led 24th-ranked Johns Hopkins to a 5-2 win over UW-Stout. Read More [+]

Hopkins Knocks Off Knox In 16-5 Win

The Johns Hopkins Blue Jays got off to a quick start, thanks to a two-run single by Craig Hoelzer and a three-run homerun by Dan Albert, the first of his career to take a lead that they would never surrender, en route to a 16-5 win over Knox College. Read More [+]

Hopkins' Clean Play Results In 5-1 Win

Trevor Williams threw seven scoreless innings for the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays and the offense capitalized on mistakes by the Bethel University Royals en route to a 5-1 win. Read More [+]

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