BALTIMORE, MD – The Johns Hopkins women’s basketball team will travel to Gettysburg Tuesday to take on the fourth-seeded Bullets in the first round of the Centennial Conference Tournament at 7:30 p.m.
There will be an admission charge for the Centennial Conference Tournament, and no complimentary tickets will be available. Video and live stats of the game will be streamed here.
Students of participating schools: Free upon presentation of ID.
Adults (18 and over): $5
Students (13-18 without ID): $3
Youth (12 and under): Free
Hopkins returns to the Centennial Conference Tournament for the 19th time after missing the mark a season ago. JHU has four Centennial titles to its credit, and this marks the first time Hopkins will participate in the tournament as the fifth-seeded team. The Blue Jays have met the Bullets once before in Centennial post-season play, with Gettysburg picking up the 56-43 win in the 2013 semifinals. Head coach Nancy Funk is 18-15 in Centennial Conference Tournament games overall and 1-1 in the first round.
The Blue Jays split the series with Gettysburg this season, picking up their win in the most recent meeting as Lillian Scott scored 37 points, including the game-winner, in the 84-83 OT home win. Johns Hopkins is 40-30 against the Bullets all-time, including 18-18 at Gettysburg.
If Johns Hopkins defeats Gettysburg Tuesday, the Blue Jays will advance to the Centennial semifinals, where they will take on host Haverford. The game is scheduled for Friday, February 24 at 6 p.m. with the matchup between second-seeded Muhlenberg and third-seeded Dickinson to follow at 8 p.m. The winners of the semifinals will face off in the Centennial Conference Championship Saturday, February 25 at 7 p.m.