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


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

Blue Jays Finish the Season with School-Record 25 Wins

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.

Matt Chiusano
Matt Chiusano


Medford, NJ

High School:
Phillips Exeter

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 210



Johns Hopkins Wins 10th Straight, Defeats Ursinus, 67-50

Blue Jays Tied for First in Centennial Conference


Johns Hopkins Wins Washington & Lee Holiday Tournament

Hammer and Curran Earn All-Tournament Team Honors


Franklin & Marshall Defeats Johns Hopkins, 60-51

Hammer Leads Blue Jays with 16 Points


Hot-Shooting Hopkins Defeats Ursinus, 76-56

Blue Jays Earn Biggest Win in Collegeville Since 1976


2014-15 Johns Hopkins Men's Basketball Season Preview

Blue Jays Open the Season on Saturday in York, PA

2013-14: Played 23 games, started one and averaged 8.5 minutes per game • averaged 2.6 points and 1.5 boards per game • shot 46.7 percent from the field • chipped in four points in win over Moravian • finished with six points (3-5 FG) in loss to Wesley • scored seven points (3-6 FG, 1-2 FT) with one block and two boards at #21 Alvernia • grabbed four rebounds in win at Franklin & Marshall •made first career start in loss to Gettysburg • chipped in seven points (3-4 FG, 1-1 3FG, 1-2 FT) and two steals at Muhlenberg • grabbed four rebounds in win over Washington College • finished with six points (3-3 FG) and two rebounds in win at Haverford.

2012-13:Played all 26 games and averaged 10.3 minutes per game • averaged 3.7 points and 1.9 rebounds per game with seven assists and three blocks • led all rookies on team in scoring and rebounds • scored team-high 11 points (5-7 FG, 1-2 3FG) with four boards in season opener versus Wittenberg • grabbed a career-high seven rebounds in win over Muhlenberg • chipped in six points (3-5 FG) against Randolph • grabbed four rebounds in win at Swarthmore • punched up 12 points (6-7 FG) in just 14 minutes of win over Haverford • added six points (3-7 FG) in double overtime loss to Franklin & Marshall • finished with seven points (3-6 FG, 1-2 FT) in win at Dickinson • was a perfect 5-of-5 from the floor and finished with 11 points while also grabbing four boards in win over McDaniel • chipped in eight points (4-9 FG) in loss at Ursinus • grabbed four rebounds in win over Washington College.

Personal: Matthew T. Chiusano • son of James and Karen Chiusano • brother, Mike, played football at Princeton • sister, Kristen, played field hockey at Lafayette • brother, John, played basketball at Lafayette • sister, Katherine, played lacrosse at Dartmouth • brother, JJ, played football at Johns Hopkins • averaged eight points, six rebounds and two blocks per game as a sophomore in helping team to South Jersey semifinals • named second team all-conference as a junior after averaging nine points, five rebounds and four blocks per game • guided team to a 22-10 record and the South Jersey finals as a junior • as a senior, put up 19 points, nine boards and two blocks per game to earn first team all-conference, first team all-county and All-South Jersey Group 4 accolades • played in the New Jersey North/South All-Star game • led team to South Jersey title and state semifinals • major is undecided.

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