DiMartino Named to Tewaaraton Watch List

Johns Hopkins junior midfielder Dene' DiMartino is among the 50 women's college lacrosse players who have been named to the 2015 Tewaaraton Award women's watch lists. The list includes players across all three divisions of NCAA lacrosse and highlights the early contenders for the 2015 Tewaaraton Award, presented by Under Armour. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins-American Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Johns Hopkins continues its four-game road swing as the Blue Jays travel down I-95 to the nation's capital. Hopkins will take on American in the Eagles' second straight home game. The Blue Jays are looking to rebound after a tough overtime loss at 14th-ranked Loyola on Wednesday night. Read More [+]

14th-Ranked Loyola Tops Johns Hopkins, 12-10, in Overtime

The 18th-ranked Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team dropped a tough 12-10 overtime contest to Charles Street rival and 14th-ranked Loyola on Wednesday night at the Ridley Athletic Complex. The Blue Jays drop to 2-2 on the season while the Greyhounds pick up their first win to improve to 1-1. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins-Loyola Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Johns Hopkins returns to the field after an unexpected weekend off. Hopkins was scheduled to play at Bucknell on Saturday, but the game was postponed until April 11 due to the snowstorm that hit the area Saturday. The Blue Jays last played on Wednesday, a 16-3 win over the visiting Colonials of George Washington. Loyola opened its... Read More [+]

Lacrosse Takes George To Uganda and Back

Lacrosse has been a cornerstone of Josie George's life for as long as she can remember. The sport led her Fields of Growth and a life-changing trip to Uganda in 2013. Read More [+]

17th-ranked Johns Hopkins Bests George Washington

Ten players scored to lead 17th-ranked Johns Hopkins to a 16-3 win over visiting George Washington Wednesday afternoon at Homewood Field. The Blue Jays (2-1) were led by senior Jen Cook and freshman Shannon Fitzgerald, who each tallied hat tricks in the win over the Colonials (0-1). Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins-George Washington Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Johns Hopkins plays its second straight home as the George Washington Colonials visit Homewood Field for their season opener. The Blue Jays are coming off a tough 9-5 loss to the sixth-ranked Eagles of Boston College. In addition, Hopkins is facing its third straight opponent playing its season opener. Read More [+]

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