Johns Hopkins Ranked 12th in Final ITA National Poll

Coming off its second straight NCAA Quarterfinals appearance, the Johns Hopkins men's tennis team finished the season ranked 12th in the final Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) National Poll. Hopkins is also ranked third in the Atlantic South. In addition to the team's rankings, six Blue Jays are ranked either nationally or... Read More [+]

Buxbaum Advances to Semifinals at NCAA Singles Championship

Johns Hopkins men's tennis sophomore Mike Buxbaum's postseason run ended in the semifinals of the NCAA Singles Championship on Friday. He is the first player in program history to advance to the semifinals, where he fell to last year's runner-up. Buxbaum was the number four seed in the 32-person bracket. Read More [+]

Top-Ranked CMS Ends Johns Hopkins Season in NCAA Quarters

The top-ranked Claremont-Mudd Scripps men's tennis team beat 17th-ranked Johns Hopkins, 5-3, in the NCAA Quarterfinals Monday afternoon. The loss ends the Blue Jays' season with a 19-8 record as they lose in the quarters for the second straight year to the Stags. CMS improves to 30-2 on the season, including an unbeaten 26-0 versus... Read More [+]

Buxbaum Named Centennial Conference Player of the Year

Johns Hopkins men's tennis sophomore Mike Buxbaum was selected as the Centennial Conference (CC) Player of the Year for the second consecutive year. He is the third Blue Jay to earn the honor and the fifth selection, joining David Maldow (2009, 2010) and Andy Hersh (2012). Buxbaum was also named a First Team All-Centennial selection... Read More [+]

Elite Eight! Johns Hopkins Upsets Kenyon, 5-1, to Earn Quarterfinal...

The 17th-ranked Johns Hopkins men's tennis team upset host and ninth-ranked Kenyon, 5-1, in the NCAA Sweet 16 Sunday afternoon. The Blue Jays improve to 19-7 and advance to the quarterfinals for the second straight year and third time in four years. The Lords end their season at 20-6, missing out on the NCAA Quarterfinals for the first... Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Defeats Kalamazoo, 5-0, in NCAA Second Round

The 17th-ranked Johns Hopkins men's tennis team defeated Kalamazoo, 5-0, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament Saturday morning at host Kenyon. The Blue Jays improve to 18-7 on the season as they advance to the NCAA Sweet 16 for the seventh straight season. The Hornets, winners of seven NCAA titles, end their season at 15-6.... Read More [+]

Buxbaum Selected to NCAA Singles Championship

Johns Hopkins men's tennis sophomore Mike Buxbaum has been selected to compete at the 2015 NCAA Singles Championship. It is his second straight selection to the championship and he is the fifth player in program history to earn multiple bids to the singles championship. Read More [+]

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      Head coach Chuck Willenborg wasted no time in turning the Johns Hopkins men’s tennis program into one of the best in Division III. In just 11 seasons, he has guided the Blue Jays to nine Centennial Conference titles and nine NCAA Tournament appearances, including six NCAA Sweet 16s and two NCAA Elite 8s. Hopkins has produced 65 all-conference selections, four conference players of the year, 21 All-Americans and a pair of CoSIDA Academic All-Americans during his tenure.

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