Hopkins Selected as Centennial Conference Favorites

The Johns Hopkins women’s soccer team tallied 95 points to get the top spot in the 2015 Centennial Conference preseason poll. Read More [+]

Kronick Named Jewish College Soccer Player of the Year

Hannah Kronick, a recent Johns Hopkins graduate and former women’s soccer standout, was honored as the 2015 recipient of the Jay Fiedler Outstanding Jewish Women’s College Soccer Player of the Year Award, the Jewish Sports Heritage Association recently announced. Read More [+]

Women's Soccer Ranked Fifth in NSCAA Preseason Poll

For the seventh consecutive season, the Johns Hopkins women’s soccer team will open its season ranked in the top 10 as the Blue Jays check in at number five in the 2015 NSCAA NCAA Division III Preseason Poll. Read More [+]

Kronick, Nagourney Named NSCAA Scholar All-Americans

Seniors Hannah Kronick and Emily Nagourney were named to 2014 NSCAA Women's College Division Scholar All-American Teams. Kronick was a first team selection while Nagourney was tabbed to the third team. To be nominated, a student-athlete must have at least a 3.30 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) throughout his or her... Read More [+]

Kronick, Bengoechea Named D3Soccer.com All-Americans

Johns Hopkins senior Hannah Kronick and sophomore Ana Bengoechea were both named to the D3Soccer.com Second Team All-America Team in a release made by the organization. This adds to the postseason accolades the tandem has earned after they were both named to the NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division III All-America teams, as well as... Read More [+]

Blue Jays Capture Postseason Awards

Senior Hannah Kronick and sophomore Ana Bengoechea were tabbed to the NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Divsion III All-America first and second teams, respectively, this past weekend. Meanwhile Emily Nagourney and Alaina Arthur were named to the NCAA Division III women's soccer national championship round all-tournament team. Read More [+]

Hopkins Falls Short In National Semifinal

Chances were aplenty for the Johns Hopkins women's soccer team, but the goals didn't come, and the Jays fell to the Williams College Ephs, 1-0, in the national semifinal on Friday night at Swope Soccer Village. Hopkins ends its season with a 19-4-2 record, and the senior class will graduate with a 79-12-4 record. Read More [+]

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