10/21/2014

Johns Hopkins-Gettysburg Football Notes

Blue Jays Welcome Bullets to Homewood Field on Friday Night

10/17/2014

Anderson, Blue Jays Power Past Dickinson, 42-7

Margraff Gains Career Win #173 - One Shy of Hurt's Maryland State Record

10/14/2014

Johns Hopkins-Dickinson Football Notes

Ninth-Ranked Blue Jays Head to Carlisle for Rare Friday Night Road Game

10/04/2014
10th-Ranked Hopkins Races Past Juniata, 56-14 - Oct 4
10th-Ranked Hopkins Races Past Juniata, 56-14
09/20/2014
Football - Moravian - 09/20/2014
Moravian
09/20/2014
Hopkins Tops Moravian, 33-14, Moves to 3-0 - Sep 20
Hopkins Tops Moravian, 33-14, Moves to 3-0
10/15/14
Johns Hopkins-Juniata - Part 2 (10-4-2014)
Johns Hopkins improved to 5-0 on the year with a 56-14 win over Juniata.
10/13/14
Johns Hopkins-Juniata - Part 1 (10-4-2014)
Johns Hopkins improved to 5-0 on the year with a 56-14 win over Juniata.
09/15/14
Johns Hopkins-Randolph-Macon (9-6-2014)
Johns Hopkins knocked off Randolph-Macon, 42-3, at Homewood Field to open the 2014 season.
 

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Zach Lorenz
Zach Lorenz

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Middletown, DE

High School:
Appoquinimink

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 265

Position:
OL



10/13/2014

Anderson, Former Backups Lead Hopkins to Quick Start

Senior Quarterback Leading Reinvented Offense

09/02/2014

Breaking Down the 2014 Blue Jays - Offensive Line

A Revamped Offensive Line Will be Less Expierenced, But Deep

08/20/2013

2013 Johns Hopkins Football Preview

Four-Time Defending Centennial Champs Open Season on September 7

09/13/2012

Johns Hopkins-Moravian Football Notes

Blue Jays Welcome Greyhounds to Homewood For Key Centennial Game

At Appoquinimink: Led team to a berth in the Delaware state semifinals • First team all--conference as both an offensive and defensive tackle senior year • Voted to an appearance in conference All-Star game • Two-year varsity letter winner in lacrosse and baseball.

Personal: Zachary Wayne Lorenz • The son of Mark Lorenz and Laurie Bottoni • Has one brother, Elijah; and one sister, Rebekah • Pre-med student majoring in neuroscience.

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