11/22/2014

Movin' On - Hopkins Knocks Rowan From NCAA Playoffs, 24-16

Anderson Throws for 286 Yards, Three Touchdowns to Fuel Victory

11/20/2014

Johns Hopkins-Rowan NCAA Football Notes

Blue Jays Host Profs in First Round of NCAA Playoffs

11/17/2014

Johns Hopkins-Rowan NCAA Football Tournament Central

Pertinent Game Information Available for First Round Playoff Game

11/22/2014
Movin' On - Hopkins Knocks Rowan From NCAA Playoffs, 24-16 - Nov. 22
Movin' On - Hopkins Knocks Rowan From NCAA Playoffs, 24-16
11/15/2014
Undefeated! Hopkins tops McDaniel, 48-17 - Nov. 15
Undefeated! Hopkins tops McDaniel, 48-17.
10/24/2014
Hopkins Tops Gettysburg 34-16 - Margraff Ties State Victory Record - Oct 24
Hopkins Tops Gettysburg 34-16 - Margraff Ties State Victory Record
11/19/14
Johns Hopkins-Franklin & Marshall
Hopkins clinched at least a share of a 6th straight Centennial title with a 33-14 win at F&M
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.
 

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Nick Follet
Nick Follet

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Marlton, NJ

High School:
Cherokee

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 195

Position:
LB



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 Cherokee: Played both football and baseball • Edward J. Miersh Scholar-Athlete of the Year as a senior • First team Olympic Conference American Division and two-time selection to Burlington County All-Academic Team• Team won consecutive state championships his sophomore and junior seasons • Led team to an undefeated season during his junior year.

Personal:
Nick Follet • Son of Robert and Laurie Follet • Has two brothers, Robert Jr. and Michael • Majoring in Economics and minoring in Entrepreneurship and Management.

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