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Wes Hopkins
Wes  Hopkins


Reading, PA

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 220



2015 Johns Hopkins Water Polo Season Preview

Blue Jays Open the Season Saturday at Navy


Beal, Hopkins, Froomer Earn ACWPC All-America Honors

Beal and Hopkins Grab First Team Accolades


Hopkins Leads Hopkins Past Harvard, 10-5

Senior Co-Captain Scores Hat Trick


Beal, Hopkins Garner CWPA All-South Honors

First Career All-South Honors for Senior Co-Captains


Bellamy's Breakdown - Previewing the Weekend (11-21-14)

Four Blue Jay Teams to Compete in NCAAs This Weekend

Statistically Speaking: Ranks fourth in school history in career points (269) • tied for 12th in goals (150) • third in assists (119).

2013: Captain • named to CWPA DIII All-Tournament Team • led team in goals (62), assists (62) and points (124) 124 points are third highest total in school history • also had 36 steals, 12 ejections drawn and 13 blocks • notched at least one point in all but one game • had 22 multi-point games • scored a then season-high five goals and seven points in win over Gannon • had a hat trick in win over Diablo Valley • had back-to-back five-point (3g, 2a) games versus Princeton and Bucknell • tied school record with seven assists versus Navy on September 22 • scored six goals and seven points in win over eighth-ranked La Verne • scored five goals and seven points against Monmouth (IL) • handed out five assists in win over Connecticut College • tied school record with 14 points and broke school record with nine goals versus Washington & Jefferson • followed with seven points (3g, 4a) in over MIT and nine points (4g, 5a) against George Washington.

2012: named to CWPA DIII All-Tournament Team • set then school-record with six assists versus Washington & Jefferson on September 15 • totaled 54 goals, 30 assists 43 steals and 20 ejections drawn • ranked fourth on the team in goals and steals and fifth in points (84) • scored at least one point in all but three games • had a 22-point scoring streak mid-way through the season • scored a then career-high four goals in win over Lindenwood • followed with five points (3g, 2a) versus Gannon and four goals against Mount San Antonio • totaled a then career-high nine points (3g, 6a) versus Washington & Jefferson • scored a career high six goals in win over Notre Dame (OH) • totaled six points (3g, 3a) in win over George Washington.

2011: Named to CWPA DIII All-Tournament Team • totaled 34 goals, 27 assists and 61 points • also added 38 steals and a team-high 16 blocks • 61 points were, at the time, the second most by a freshman in school history (now third) • set then school record for assists by a freshman (27) • tallied at least one point in eight straight games to start career • had at least one point in 27 (of 33) matches • totaled a season-high seven points (3g, 4a) in win over Iona • tied season high with three goals in win over Gannon.

Personal: John "Wes" Hopkins • son of John and Lena Hopkins • led team to back-to-back state championships as a junior and senior • led team to state championship as a senior • named first team All-Pennsylvania, First Team All-American and Pennsylvania Player of the Year as a senior • majoring in public health with a minor in earth and planetary science.