Nelson Adds Breslin to Johns Hopkins Coaching Staff

Johns Hopkins men’s basketball coach Bill Nelson announced today the addition of Kevin Breslin to the Blue Jays’ coaching staff. Breslin joins the Blue Jays from his alma mater Washington College and he replaces Mike Maczko, who is now on the staff at Georgia Tech. Nelson returns two starters and 11 letter-winners from last... Read More [+]

Bugarinovic Named ECAC Division III Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Though his career ended in March, the honors continue to roll in for 2015 Johns Hopkins graduate George Bugarinovic. The latest honor for the four-year standout of the Blue Jay men’s basketball program is being named the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Read More [+]

Bugarinovic Earns NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

His career ended two months ago, but Johns Hopkins men's basketball senior George Bugarinovic continues to add honors to his resume. The latest addition is a $7,500 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. The NCAA selected 29 male and 29 female athletes from all winter sports and all divisions for the prestigious award. Read More [+]

Bugarinovic, Hammer and Nelson Honored by NABC and D3hoops

The Johns Hopkins men's basketball team garnered All-Middle Atlantic accolades from both the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) and this week. Senior forward George Bugarinovic and senior guard Jimmy Hammer were named all-region to cap outstanding senior campaigns, while head coach Bill Nelson was named the... Read More [+]

Bugarinovic Named 2015 Jostens Trophy Winner

Johns Hopkins men's basketball senior George Bugarinovic has been named the 2015 winner of the Jostens Trophy for Division III men's basketball. He is the first player, men's or women's, in school history to win the prestigious award and the first men's player from the Centennial Conference to do so. Swarthmore's Heather Kile won the... Read More [+]

Fourth-ranked Babson Edges Johns Hopkins, 49-47, in NCAA Sweet 16

The fourth-ranked Babson College men's basketball team held 15th-ranked Johns Hopkins to just 17 second-half points and the host Beavers survived 49-47 when Blue Jay senior Jimmy Hammer's last-second three-point attempt hit the front of the rim in the NCAA Sweet 16 Friday night. Babson advances to the NCAA Quarterfinals, where it will ... Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Men's Basketball Sweet 16 Notes

Johns Hopkins travels to Babson Park, MA for the 2015 NCAA Sectionals, hosted by Babson College. The Blue Jays are making their first Sweet 16 appearance since 1990 and will face the host and fourth-ranked Babson Beavers. The Blue Jays are hitting the road for the first time since February 18. Read More [+]

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