Johns Hopkins Moves to 2-0

The No. 6 ranked Johns Hopkins women's soccer team defeated St. John Fisher 3-0. The win is the second of the season for the Blue Jays. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Women's Soccer Opens Season With Win

The No. 6 ranked Johns Hopkins women's soccer held off No. 8 Montclair State 2-1 in the Jays season opener at St. Mary's (MD). Sydney Teng's second half goal proved to be the eventual game-winner. Read More [+]

Blue Jays Women's Soccer Season Preview

The Johns Hopkins women's soccer team recently returned from a European expedition where the team had exhibition games against competition from Italy, Slovenia, and Croatia. With the season kicking off this Friday at the Seahawk Invitational hosted by St. Mary's (MD), the Jays will look to replicate the success they had last season as ... Read More [+]

Hopkins Tops Centennial Conference Preseason Women's Soccer Poll

The Johns Hopkins women's soccer team earned 10 first-place votes and 100 points to claim the top spot in the 2014 Centennial Conference Preseason Coaches Poll. Read More [+]

Hopkins Ranked Sixth in NSCAA Preseason Poll

Johns Hopkins will open the 2014 women's soccer season ranked sixth in the nation. The Blue Jays are ranked in the preseason top 10 for the sixth consecutive season. Read More [+]

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 [+]

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