Kronick Garners Honors, JHU Finishes Season at No. 6

- Junior Hannah Kronick was named the Forward of the Year in a release made by the organization today. The award adds to the already lengthy list of postseason honors for the Westfield, NJ native, which included a first team NSCAA All-America selection, ECAC Division III South Offensive Player of the Year honors and her... Read More [+]

Kronick, Nagourney Named NSCAA Scholar All-Americans

Juniors Hannah Kronick and Emily Nagourney were named to the 2013 NSCAA Women's Scholar All-America Team today in a release made by the organization's office today. Read More [+]

Kronick and Bengoechea Named NSCAA All-Americans

Junior Hannah Kronick and freshman Ana Bengoechea were both selected to the 2013 NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Women's Soccer All-America Team in a release made by the national offices today. Kronick was named a first team selection, and repeats as an All-American after receiving third-team honors in 2012. Read More [+]

Four Blue Jays Named to Mid-Atlantic All-Region Team

Seniors Kelly Baker and Emily Nagoreney, junior Hannah Kronick and freshman Anna Bengoechea were all named to the NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division III Women's All-Mid-Atlantic Region team announced yesterday. Read More [+]

Jays Fall in Final Seconds to Middlebury in NCAAs

Middlebury senior Scarlett Kirk scored with only 17 seconds left on the clock, as the Panthers went on to top Hopkins 1-0 in the NCAA quarterfinals Sunday afternoon. No. 13 Middlebury improves to 17-1-3 on the season and will advance to the NCAA semifinals on December 6 to face Trinity (TX). Read More [+]

Baker Golden Goal Sends Johns Hopkins to Elite Eight

Senior Kelly Baker scored with just 22 seconds left in double overtime to lift Johns Hopkins over Williams in the NCAA Sweet 16 Saturday afternoon at Middlebury College. The sixth-ranked Blue Jays (21-1-1) will meet the host and 13th-ranked Panthers (16-1-3) in the NCAA Quarterfinals Sunday at 1:30 pm. The seventh-ranked Ephs end their... Read More [+]

Kronick Named to 2013 Academic All-American Team

TOWSON, MD - Junior Hannah Kronick of the sixth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's soccer team was named a Third-Team 2013 CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-American selection, which was announced today. Her selection gives the Hopkins women's soccer team its ninth Academic All-American in program history, and its sixth selection in the past... Read More [+]

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