Johns Hopkins Defeats Swarthmore, 3-1

All the scoring game in the game’s first 34 minutes as the Johns Hopkins field hockey team beat host Swarthmore, 3-1, on Saturday afternoon in Centennial Conference action. Three different players scored for the Blue Jays with sophomore Morgan Pothast scoring the game-winner. Read More [+]

Two Early Goals Lift Denison over Johns Hopkins, 2-1

Denison scored a pair of goals in the game’s opening six minutes to defeat the visiting Johns Hopkins field hockey team, 2-1, on Saturday afternoon. The Blue Jays fall to 2-2 while the Big Red improve to 2-2. Read More [+]

Strong Second Half Lifts Stockton over Johns Hopkins, 5-3

Host Stockton scored four second-half goals to come from behind and beat the Johns Hopkins field hockey team, 5-3, Thursday night. The Blue Jays drop their final non-conference game of the season as they fall to 4-5. The Ospreys snap a four-game losing streak as they improve to 2-6. Read More [+]

Muhlenberg Slips Past Johns Hopkins, 1-0

The visiting Muhlenberg field hockey team scored the game’s only goal in the 19th minute to beat Johns Hopkins, 1-0, in Centennial Conference action Saturday night. The Blue Jays fall to 1-1 in the league and 4-4 overall while the Mules remain unbeaten (3-0) in the CC. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Defeats Washington College, 3-1

The Johns Hopkins field hockey team rallied from an early 1-0 deficit to defeat host Washington College, 3-1, in both teams’ Centennial Conference opener Friday. Junior Victoria Piscopo scored the game-winner early in the second half. Read More [+]

Fraser to Host Players and Coaches Clinic

Blue Jay field hockey coach Megan Fraser will host the Johns Hopkins Players and Coaches Clinic on September 26 at Homewood Field. The clinic is slated to run from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm and will feature Fraser, along with Team USA member Jamie Montgomery, JHU assistants Katy Furhman and Dave Peel (goalie coach). Read More [+]

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