2014 Johns Hopkins Men's Soccer Season Preview

Blue Jays Open the Season on Saturday in Tennessee


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Mens Soccer Season Preview
2013 Mens Soccer Season Preview
Men's Soccer Game Winning OT Goal vs. F&M
Senior Brandon Sumpio scores in overtime to move the Blue Jays into the Centennial Conference Semi-Finals
Men's Soccer vs. Ursinus
The Blue Jays defeat the Bears 5-0
Men's Soccer vs. Scranton
Johns Hopkins lost in double overtime to Scranton on September 14
Men's Soccer vs. New Jersey City
Johns Hopkins defeated NJCU, 1-0, in its home opener on September 7, 2013
2012 Johns Hopkins Men's Soccer Team Photo
2012 Johns Hopkins Men's Soccer Team Photo

Mark Spencer
Mark Spencer


Homewood, IL

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 160


Club Team:
Lincoln Way Soccer Club


2014 Johns Hopkins Men's Soccer Season Preview

Blue Jays Open the Season on Saturday in Tennessee


Scranton Slips Past Johns Hopkins, 2-1, in Double Overtime

David Adejunmobi Scores for the Blue Jays


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Cerrone Named Defensive MVP


Padam's Early Strike Leads Johns Hopkins Past NJCU, 1-0

Cerrone Makes Six Stops in Shutout


2013 Johns Hopkins Men's Soccer Season Preview

Blue Jays Open the Season at the Drew Fall Festival

2013: Played 12 games and started six • led team in assists with a career-high three • notched an assist versus Geneseo • assisted on Birin Padam's game-winner versus New Jersey City • tallied an assist in overtime loss to Scranton •

2012: Played 18 games and started 17 on defense • named First Team CoSIDA Academic All-District and to Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll.

2011: Played 11 games and started one • made first collegiate start in season-opener versus Wesley and scored the game-tying goal.

Personal: Mark L. Spencer • son of Kirk and Jackie Spencer • four-year starter for Homewood-Flossmoor • named all-conference and all-section as a junior and senior • captain and named team MVP in final two seasons • scored 24 career goals, including nine as a senior, playing on defense • part of a defense that posted 13 shutouts and gave up just 15 goals as a senior • also played four years of hockey, earning academic all-conference honors in final two seasons • volunteer with Best Buddies, Ultimate Goal Ministries and MERIT Baltimore • Dean's List student majoring in neuroscience with a minor in economics.

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