12/11/2014

Blue Jays Capture Postseason Awards

Kronick and Bengoechea All-Americans; Nagourney and Arthur All-Tournament Team

12/6/2014

Hopkins Falls Short In National Semifinal

Jays Season Comes To A Close With 1-0 Loss

12/4/2014

Hopkins Gets Four On All-Region Team

Bengoechea, Kronick, Nagourney and Teng Named to All-Mid-Atlantic Region Team

12/05/2014
Hopkins Falls Short In National Semifinal - Dec. 5
Hopkins Falls Short In National Semifinal
11/23/2014
Johns Hopkins Defeats Thomas More, 1-0, Heads to Final Four -Nov. 23
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11/16/2014
Women's Soccer NCAA Second Round Highlights - Nov. 16
Women's Soccer NCAA Second Round Highlights
10/22/13
Women's Soccer vs. Bryn Mawr (10/19/13)
Women's Soccer vs. Bryn Mawr (10/19/13)
09/19/13
Hopkins vs Washington College 9/14/13
Hopkins vs Washington College 9/14/13
11/29/12
JHU at F&M (10/3/12)
Hopkins edged F&M, 2-1, in Lancaster, PA.
 

Tim Wittman
Tim Wittman

Position:
Assistant Coach

Experience:
Eighth Season



Tim Witman enters his eighth season as a member of Leo Weil's coaching staff. In seven seasons as an assistant he has helped guide the Blue Jays to a combined 130-22-9 record and trips to the NCAA Sweet 16 and Elite Eight along with six conference championships.

Wittman was drafted out of Calvert Hall College High School in 1980 by the Baltimore Blast, a franchise of the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL). During his professional soccer career, Wittman was a three-time MISL all-star ('86, '89, '90), the Blast's most valuable player in the 1987-88 season, and was named to the Baltimore Blast's All-Decade team (1980-1990).

Wittman was a member of the Blast's 1983-84 championship team, an assistant coach for the 2003 MISL championship team and the head coach of the organization when they won their third MISL title in 2004. He played in 417 games for the Blast, scored 216 goals and recorded 114 assists in his career.

Wittman is also involved in the operation of a variety of youth soccer camps throughout the state of Maryland.

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