Johns Hopkins Places Six on NABC Honors Court

The Johns Hopkins men's basketball team placed six student-athletes on the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) 2013-14 Honors Court this summer. The six Blue Jays named to the NABC Honors Court are the most of any Centennial Conference team. In addition, Hopkins received the 2013-14 NABC Team Academic Excellence Award. Read More [+]

Virginia Wesleyan Defeats Johns Hopkins, 84-72, in NCAA First Round

The Johns Hopkins men's basketball team saw its season come to an end Friday night in an 84-72 loss to host Virginia Wesleyan in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The Blue Jays, making their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2007, finish their season with a 17-11 record. The Marlins, making their 10th straight NCAA... Read More [+]

Hammer, Bugarinovic Named All-Centennial Conference

Johns Hopkins juniors Jimmy Hammer and George Bugarinovic have been named to the 2014 All-Centennial Conference Men's Basketball Teams as announced by the conference office Wednesday morning. Hammer earned First Team All-CC accolades while Bugarinovic was selected to the second team. Hopkins has now produced 35 All-CC selections,... Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Will Travel to Virginia Wesleyan for NCAA Tournament

The Johns Hopkins men's basketball team will travel to Norfolk, VA to face host Virginia Wesleyan (22-6) in the first round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament on Friday, March 7. The Blue Jays (17-10) earned the Centennial Conference (CC) automatic qualifier after bringing home the program's third CC title on Saturday. Hopkins is making its... Read More [+]

March Madness! Hopkins Defeats Dickinson for Centennial Title

The Johns Hopkins men's basketball team made seven of eight free throws in the final 61 seconds to clinch its first Centennial Conference title since 2007. Hopkins becomes just the second three seed to defeat the number one seed to win the title, joining Gettysburg in 2009. The Blue Jays improve to 17-10, their most wins since 2006-07,... Read More [+]

Survive and Advance! Hopkins Holds Off F&M in Centennial Semifinal

A Connor McIntyre layup with 1:37 to go put Johns Hopkins up 49-48 and the Blue Jays would hold on to defeat Franklin & Marshall, 50-48, in the semifinals of the Centennial Conference Tournament Friday night at Dickinson. The Blue Jays (16-10), seeded third, become just the second team in CC history to beat the second-seeded Diplomats ... Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Wins at Washington College; Earns Playoff Bye

Johns Hopkins got a double double from junior George Bugarinovic and head coach Bill Nelson earned his 550th career game as JHU beat host Washington College, 64-57, on Saturday in the regular season finale. The Blue Jays improve to 15-10 overall and 12-6 in the Centennial Conference as they secure a first round bye in next week's CC... Read More [+]

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