Kennedy to Speak at UnleashWD Summit

Johns Hopkins men’s and women’s swim coach George Kennedy will be in Chicago September 16 and 17 to speak at the UnleashWD Summit. He is slated to speak on the morning of September 17 at Venue Six10 and he will be the only coach among the featured speakers that will be presenting to businessmen and women from the Wholesale ... Read More [+]

Kennedy Names Charriez to Johns Hopkins Coaching Staff

Johns Hopkins head coach George Kennedy announced today the hiring of Nick Charriez has as assistant coach for the men’s and women’s swim teams. Charriez comes to Baltimore after two years as assistant coach at Connecticut College. He replaces Nikki Kett, who left Hopkins after three years to take an assistant coaching... Read More [+]

Greenhalgh and Kogut Earn Capital One Academic All-America Honors

The season ended more than two months ago, but the honors continue to roll in for Johns Hopkins swimmers Andrew Greenhalgh and Greg Kogut. The two have been named to the 2014-15 Capital One Academic All-America At-Large teams, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors Association (CoSIDA). Read More [+]

Kogut and Greenhalgh Named to CoSIDA Academic All-District Team

Johns Hopkins men's swimmers Andrew Greenhalgh and Greg Kogut have been named to the 2015 CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District Teams it was announced Thursday. The pair was named to the first team for District II and will now move on to the national ballot, with the Academic All-America teams scheduled for release on Tuesday, June 9. Read More [+]

Greenhalgh Captures Silver in 1650 Free, Hopkins Places Eighth at...

Sophomore Andrew Greenhalgh was the highlight for Johns Hopkins on the final day of the 2015 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championship as he took silver in the 1650 Free. Kenyon won its 34th NCAA title with 468 points with Denison taking second (383). Rounding out the top five were Williams (292), Emory (233) and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (204)... Read More [+]

Holder, Kogut Break Records at NCAA Championship

Senior Greg Kogut and sophomore Evan Holder broke school records on the third day of the 2015 NCAA Championship Friday night at the Conroe Natatorium. The Blue Jays also had a top-three finish on the night and are in seventh place with one day remaining. Kenyon remains in first place with 348 points, followed by Denison (260), Williams... Read More [+]

Holder Breaks Record in 200 Free; Finishes in Fourth Place

The Johns Hopkins men's swim team picked up 34 points on the second day of the 2015 NCAA Championship and sits in seventh place. Sophomore Evan Holder led the Blue Jays by breaking the school record in the 200 Free and finished fourth in the event. Kenyon is in first place through two days with 287 points, followed by Denison (209),... Read More [+]

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