Hopkins Finished the Year 24-5, Made Second Consecutive NCAA Appearance
Senior Guard is Fourth Blue Jay All-Region Selection
Fong Posted a Team-High 14 Points in Loss
Vassila Posts 10th Doublle-Double in Victory
JHU Earned an At-Large Bid to the 2012 NCAA Tournament, Heads to Tufts to Play UNE in First Round
Blue Jays fall to Muhlenberg in Centennial Conference title game.
Blue Jays defeat Ursinus, 67-46, on senior day.
Johns Hopkins women's basketball team defeated Muhlenberg 67-43 inside Goldfarb Gym
Senior Chantel Mattiola set a new record for career three-pointers for the Blue Jays, fueling a 66-54 win.
Johns Hopkins women's basketball team opened the season with 67-62 win over York (PA).
2010-11: Named to All-Centennial First Team made 58 three-pointers, the second-highest single-season total in school history averaged 11.6 points and 3.4 rebounds per game second on the team assists (96), minutes (928) and steals (48) led the team in three-pointers made with 58 and free throw percentage, shooting .935 (58/62) handed out at least one assist in every game totaled 326 points on the season led the team in steals in six different games led the team in assists in 16 games, most on the team had a season-high 24 points against Muhlenberg.
2009-10: Saw time in 25 games, starting eight averaged 5.5 points and 2.5 rebounds per game second on team in assists (53), steals (42), three pointers made (28) and minutes played (22.8 per game) notched career-highs of 19 points and five steals against Swarthmore recorded 13 points and season high five assists against Gettysburg.
2008-09: Played in all 27 games with 11 starts averaged 3.0 points and 2.3 rebounds and added 29 assists and 16 steals led all freshmen in minutes played (517) totaled six points or more six times with a season-high 14 points against Bryn Mawr was 5-for-5 from the field, including 4-for-4 from 3-point range, in the win against the Owls totaled seven points and a season-best eight rebounds in a 64-45 win at Gettysburg.
High School: Four-time all-area selection with second team honors as a sophomore and junior and first team honors as a senior also named to the area all-academic team Guided team to the district semifinals two-year letterwinner in field hockey as well.
Personal: Chantel A. Mattiola daughter of Robert and Cheryl Mattiola born June 28, 1990 father, Robert, played football at Delaware grandfather, Ralph, played football at Franklin & Marshall and is a member of the F&M Athletic Hall of Fame student assistant in the Johns Hopkins Department of Athletics majoring in international relations.