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9/23/17 - Field Hockey
Johns Hopkins Holds Off Washington College, 3-2
Kavanagh Scores the Game-Winner
After a high-scoring first half, the Johns Hopkins field hockey team got the only second-half goal in a 3-2 win at Washington College.

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9/20/17 - Field Hockey
#4 Salisbury Edges Johns Hopkins, 2-1
Kavanagh Scores for the Blue Jays
The Johns Hopkins field hockey team dropped a tough, 2-1, decision at fourth-ranked Salisbury Wednesday night in non-conference action.

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9/16/17 - Field Hockey
Johns Hopkins Shuts Out Bryn Mawr, 7-0
Kavanagh Nets First Career Hat Trick
Senior Clare Kavanagh scored her first career hat trick to lead Johns Hopkins to a 7-0 win over visiting Bryn Mawr Saturday afternoon.

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9/15/17 - Field Hockey
Ophel Lifts Johns Hopkins to 2-1 Overtime Win over Rhodes
Ophel Nets First Career Game-Winner
Freshman Valerie Henderson's first career goal was a memorable one as it was the overtime winner in the Johns Hopkins field hockey team's 2-1 win over Rhodes.

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9/10/17 - Field Hockey
St. John Fisher Tops Johns Hopkins, 4-1, on Late Surge
Kavanagh Scores for the Blue Jays
Visiting St. John Fisher scored three goals in the final seven minutes to grab a 4-1 win over the Johns Hopkins field hockey team Sunday afternoon.

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9/9/17 - Field Hockey
Johns Hopkins Upends #14 Rochester, 1-0
Sutherland Scores Game's Only Goal
Senior Princess Sutherland scored the game’s only goal and sophomore Jodie Baris made three saves as the Johns Hopkins field hockey team beat 14th-ranked Rochester, 1-0, on Saturday afternoon.

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9/3/17 - Field Hockey
McErlean Scores a Pair as Hopkins Shuts Out Goucher, 4-0
Sophomore Scores Career High Two Goals
Sophomore Katie McErlean scored a pair of first-half goals to lead the Johns Hopkins field hockey team to a 4-0 win at Goucher Sunday afternoon.

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9/1/17 - Field Hockey
Johns Hopkins Tops Washington & Lee in Shootout
Kavanagh Wins It In Sudden Death Shootout
Senior Clare Kavanagh converted her penalty stroke in the sudden-death portion of the shootout to lift the visiting Johns Hopkins field hockey team to a 2-1 win over Washington & Lee on a rain-soaked evening.

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