Bugarinovic Earns NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

Senior is Seventh Men's Basketball Player to Earn Honor


Bugarinovic, Hammer and Nelson Honored by NABC and D3hoops

Nelson Grabs a Pair of Regional Coach of the Year Honors


Bugarinovic Named 2015 Jostens Trophy Winner

First Men's Winner in Centennial Conference History

Hopkins Falls in Sweet 16 - March 14
Hopkins Falls in Sweet 16
NCAA Sweet 16 Preview - March 13
NCAA Sweet 16 Preview
Sweet 16 Bound! Johns Hopkins Tops Skidmore, 61-58 - March 7
Sweet 16 Bound! Johns Hopkins Tops Skidmore, 61-58
Men's Basketball at Babson
Johns Hopkins fell 49-47 at fourth-ranked Babson in the NCAA Sweet 16.
Johns Hopkins-Keene St. NCAA Men's Basketball 1st Round (3-6-2015)
Johns Hopkins advanced to the 2nd Round of the NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Tour. with a 95-78 win over Keene St.
Johns Hopkins-Gettysburg Men's Basketball (2-27-2015)
The Johns Hopkins men's basketball team topped Gettysburg in the 2015 Centennial Conference Semifinals.

Gene Williams
Gene  Williams


Broomall, PA

High School:
St. Joseph's Prep

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 205



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

Blue Jays Finish the Season with School-Record 25 Wins


Sweet 16 Bound! Johns Hopkins Tops Skidmore, 61-58

Blue Jays Make First NCAA Sweet 16 Trip Since 1990


Bugarinovic, Hammer Pace Johns Hopkins to 95-87 Win over Keene State

Seniors Combine for 55 Points; Surpass 1,300 Career Point Mark


Dickinson Edges Johns Hopkins, 65-62, in Centennial Title Game

Blue Jays Await NCAA At-Large Berth


Johns Hopkins Tops Gettysburg, 80-67, in Centennial Conference Semifinals

Five Blue Jays Score in Double Figures

Statistically Speaking: Ranks 11th in JHU history in career three-point field goal attempts (312) and eighth in three-point field goals (118).
2014-15: Played 30 games and started three • averaged 7.0 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.0 assists per game • shot 41.0 percent from the field and 42.4 percent from three • chipped in 11 points in win over Keuka in Coaches vs. Cancer Classic title game • finished with 11 points, going 3-of-4 from three-point, and two assists in win at Gettysburg • punched up 14 points and two steals in win over 13th-ranked Centre • chipped in eight points with two assists in win over Hood in Blue Jay Invitational title game • went 5-of-7 from the floor, and 4-of-6 from three, to finish with 14 points in win at Haverford • punched up 12 points with two assists and one steal in win over fourth-ranked Dickinson • chipped in eight points with two assists in win over Ursinus • finished with nine points and four assists in win over Gettysburg • scored nine points, all from three-point, in win at McDaniel • put up 12 points in win over Washington College • finished with 12 points in win over Gettysburg in CC semifinals • chipped in 14 points, going 3-of-4 from three-point, and four rebounds in NCAA Second Round win over Skidmore.
2013-14: Started 28 games and averaged 25.9 minutes per game • averaged 10.0 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game • shot 42.2 percent from the field, 37.3 percent from three and 75.0 percent from the line • led team and ranked 12th in the CC in three-point field goal percentage • ranked second in three-point field goal attempts (153), three-point field goals made (57); ranked third in scoring, field goal attempts (232), field goals made (98), free throw percentage • chipped in nine points with four boards and two assists in win over Moravian • scored a then career-high 12 points in loss to Wesley • finished with seven points and two assists at #21 Alvernia • scored a career-high 16 points and handed out a career-high five assists in win over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps • finished with 12 points and two assists in loss to Gettysburg • handed out three assists versus Case Western • scored 13 points in win over Haverford • grabbed five boards and handed out two assists in win at Swarthmore • poured in a career-high 20 points to go with a pair of assists in loss at Dickinson • poured in a career-high 25 points (10-14 FG, 5-9 FG) in win over Washington College • chipped in 10 points in win over Muhlenberg • led team with 13 points (5-9 FG, 3-6 3FG) in win at Haverford • scored a game-high 18 points (7-12 FG, 4-6 3FG) and swiped three steals in win over Franklin & Marshall • chipped in 10 points in win over Swarthmore • added nine points, two assists and one steal in loss to Dickinson • handed out four assists in win at Washington College • blocked two shots in CC Semifinals win over Franklin & Marshall • chipped in 12 points, dished two assists and grabbed a career-high six rebounds in CC title game win over Dickinson • scored a game-high 20 points (8-13 FG, 4-7 3FG, 2-3 FT) and tied a school record for made three-pointers in an NCAA Tournament game in loss at Virginia Wesleyan.
2012-13: Played 20 games and averaged 10.2 minutes per game in rookie season • averaged 2.3 points, 1.5 rebounds and 0.55 assists per game • missed first six games of the season due to injury • made collegiate debut in loss at McDaniel • grabbed three boards and dished out two assists with one steal in win over Muhlenberg • chipped in eight points (3-4 FG, 2-2 3FG) and three rebounds in win over Haverford • played a season-high 31 minutes in double overtime loss to Franklin & Marshall, chipped in eight points and two assists • added seven points in win at Muhlenberg • grabbed a career-high four rebounds in win over McDaniel.
Personal: Eugene Williams • son of Gene and Margaret Williams • father played football at Yale • averaged 10 points and five rebounds to earn all-league honors as a sophomore • punched up 15 points and six rebounds per game en route to all-league honors as a junior • named Markward Club Senior League MVP, while guiding team to a 22-5 record with 14 points and six rebounds per game as a senior • led team to conference finals and first round of state playoffs as a senior • selected to play in Philadelphia All-Star Labor Classic • member of Hopkins AND1 tutoring and mentoring program • majoring in economics with a minor in entrepreneurship and management.

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