Johns Hopkins-Juniata Football Notes

Blue Jays Welcome Eagles to Homewood - Final Game Before Bye Week


Walters' TD Run vs. Randolph-Macon Up for GEICO Play of the Year

22-Yard Scoring Run vs. Yellow Jackets Draws National Attention


Anderson, Watts Named Centennial Players of the Week

Senior QB, Junior LB Fueled Win at 23rd-Ranked Muhlenberg

Football - Moravian - 09/20/2014
Hopkins Tops Moravian, 33-14, Moves to 3-0 - Sep 20
Hopkins Tops Moravian, 33-14, Moves to 3-0
Hopkins Powers Past Randolph-Macon, 42-3, for 16th Straight Sept. Win - Sep 6
Hopkins Powers Past Randolph-Macon, 42-3, for 16th Straight Sept. Win
Johns Hopkins-Randolph-Macon (9-6-2014)
Johns Hopkins knocked off Randolph-Macon, 42-3, at Homewood Field to open the 2014 season.
Johns Hopkins vs. Franklin & Marshall Football (11-9-2013)
Johns Hopkins topped F&M, 45-30, at Homewood Field to secure a bid to the NCAA Playoffs & the program's 500th victory.
Johns Hopkins vs. Ursinus Football (11-2-2013)
Johns Hopkins claimed a share of a fifth straight Centennial Conf. title by topping Ursinus, 24-18, at Homewood Field.

Mark Robinson
Mark Robinson

Last College:
Johns Hopkins '03

1st Season

Coaching Assignment:
Running Backs

Entering his first season as a member of the Johns Hopkins coaching staff is Mark Robinson, a 2003 Johns Hopkins graduate and a four-year member of the Blue Jay football team. Robinson will coach the Johns Hopkins running backs.

Robinson was a key member of the 2002 Johns Hopkins team that set a then school-record with nine wins, while claiming a share of the program's first-ever Centennial Conference title. The Blue Jays also won the ECAC Southwest Championship in 2002.

Robinson earned Honorable Mention All-Centennial honors in 2002 as he led the team with 14 pass breakups and finished seventh on the team in tackles (43) from his cornerback spot.

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