New Johns Hopkins Tennis Courts Ready for Spring Season

The Johns Hopkins men's and women's tennis teams will debut their new courts this spring after a $1 million campaign to renovate the teams' on-campus playing facility. The project included a complete resurfacing of all six courts, a state of the art lighting system for night matches as well as a plaza area with restrooms and storage... Read More [+]

Buxbaum, Walsh Compete at USTA/ITA National Small College Championship

Sophomores Mike Buxbaum and Emerson Walsh competed at the USTA/ITA National Small College Championships last week at the Palmetto Tennis Center. Buxbaum finished in fourth place in the Division III singles championship and Buxbaum and Walsh finished in seventh place in the doubles championship. Read More [+]

Amherst Holds off Johns Hopkins, 5-4

Johns Hopkins gave the defending national champion, Amherst, a battle on Saturday afternoon before falling 5-4 in a four-hour marathon match. The match, played at nearby Morgan State University, marks the end of the fall season for the Blue Jays. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Sweeps ITA Regional Singles and Doubles Championships

The Johns Hopkins men's tennis team won all four draws it entered at the 2014 ITA Southeast Regional, including sweeping the championship singles and doubles draws. Sophomore Michael Buxbaum won the championship singles draw and partnered with classmate Emerson Walsh to win the doubles draw. In addition, senior Jensen Reiter won the... Read More [+]

Nine from Johns Hopkins Named ITA Scholar-Athletes

Nine members of the Johns Hopkins men's tennis team were named Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Scholar-Athletes it was announced recently. In addition, Hopkins earned the ITA All-Academic Team Award. Hopkins has now produced 37 ITA Scholar-Athletes since 2007 and has earned the team award in each of the last four seasons. Read More [+]

Woodring Promoted to Director of Tennis

Johns Hopkins Senior Associate Director of Athletics Mike Mattia announced today the promotion of women's tennis coach Dave Woodring to Director of Tennis. Woodring is the first full-time director in the program's history and will handle all the day-to-day operations of both the men's and women's tennis programs. He will also continue ... Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Ranked Seventh in Final ITA National Ranking

Coming off its second NCAA Quarterfinals appearance, the Johns Hopkins men's tennis team finished the season ranked seventh in the final Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) National Poll. It marks the third straight season that the Blue Jays have been ranked in the top 10 of the final ITA poll. Hopkins is also ranked second in the... Read More [+]

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