10/29/2014

Johns Hopkins-Ursinus Football Notes

Blue Jays, Bears Meet in Key Late-Season Centennial Game

10/27/2014

JHU Ranks 9th, 9th and 3rd in This Week's Football Polls

Blue Jays Hold Firm in All Three Polls

10/27/2014

Anderson Named Centennial Co-Offensive Player of the Week

Senior Quarterback Grabs Centennial Honors for Second Time

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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Patrick Eichner
Patrick Eichner

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Mountainside, NJ

High School:
Governor Livingston

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 185

Position:
DB



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Breaking Down the 2014 Blue Jays - Defensive Backs

Blue Jay Secondary Returns Intact from 2013

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 Governor Livingston: Played football, baseball and wrestled • Two-time all-conference, two-time all-area, all-county as a defensive back for the football team • Three-time all-county and four-time all-district in wrestling • Accumulated over 100 career wins to join the school's Century Club in wrestling.

Personal: Patrick M. Eichner • Son of Patrick and Darlene Eichner • Has one sister, Meghan • Cousin, Ingrid Johnson runs track and cross country for Johns Hopkins • Majoring in writing seminars.

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