Seventh-Ranked Hopkins Will Travel to Mary Washington for NCAAs

<B>Chuck Willenborg</b> and the Blue Jays are back in the NCAA Tournament for the ninth straight year.
Chuck Willenborg and the Blue Jays are back in the NCAA Tournament for the ninth straight year.


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Men's & Women's Tennis: Centennial Conference Championships
Both the men's and women's tennis teams finish the season undefeated in conference play
Men's Tennis Centennial Conference Championship
Johns Hopkins won its eighth straight and ninth overall Centennial Conference Championship on May 4
Men's Tennis - 2014
Johns Hopkins hosted McDaniel and Franklin & Marshall in April.
2013 Centennial Conference Men's Tennis Championships (5-5-2013)
The Johns Hopkins men's tennis team won its sevenths straight Centennial title with a 5-0 win over Havervord.

May 5, 2014

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BALTIMORE, MD – The seventh-ranked Johns Hopkins men’s tennis team earned a first-round bye in the 2014 NCAA Tournament and will travel to 15th-ranked Mary Washington for the second and third rounds this weekend. The Blue Jays earned its ninth straight NCAA Tournament appearance after bringing home their eighth Centennial Conference championship on Sunday.

The Blue Jays earned a first-round bye in the tournament for the seventh straight year and is 8-8 all-time in the NCAA Tournament. Hopkins has made the Sweet 16 in each of the last five seasons, and made the Elite 8 in 2012. Hopkins will face the winner of the Neumann-Baruch first round match on Saturday, May 10. The Blue Jays have never faced Neumann or Baruch. Also in the five-team regional are host Mary Washington (20-5) and Wilkes (18-1). More details, including match times, will be announced Tuesday afternoon.

Baruch (12-1) is in the NCAA Tournament after winning its third-straight CUNYAC Championship. The Bearcats are making their fifth NCAA appearance and are 2-5 all-time in the tournament. Neumann (11-4) is in the tournament for the third time in program history and first since 2009. The Knights won the CSAC Championship for the first time in five seasons to earn the conference’s automatic qualifier. Neumann is 0-2 in the NCAAs and will face Baruch for the first time in program history.



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