Blue Jays Let 2-0 First Half Lead Slip
Seven-time Defending Champs Favored Again in 2012
Five Blue Jays Selected to NSCAA Mid-Atlantic All-Region Teams
JHU Scores Four Second-Half Goals in Rout of Eastern Connecticut
Six Blue Jays Earn All-Conference Honors
Women's soccer versus Muhlenberg
The fourth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's soccer team hosted the first and second round of the 2011 NCAA Tournament.
T-16th all-time in goals (19)
18th all-time in points (49)
2012: Played in first four games of season before suffering season-ending injury scored versus #2 Emory.
2011: Named Third Team NSCAA All-Region and Second Team All-Centennial Conference started 21 games fourth on team with 12 goals in addition to four assists notched first career hat trick in 8-0 victory at McDaniel scored two goals in NCAA first round defeat of Eastern Connecticut.
2010: Burst onto the scene with standout freshman season started 19 of 24 contests tallied six goals and seven assists ranked tied for third on team in assists, tied for fifth in goals and fifth in points with 19 notched three game-winning goals, including winning tallies against Dickinson in CC title game and NCAA Tournament First Round win over Farmingdale State recorded first career points with two-assist output against Earlham.
High School: Named All-American and Galette Player of the Year as a senior also a Scholar All-American led team to regional semis as a freshmen and sophomore, regional quarterfinals as a junior and regional finals as a senior.
Personal: Pamela Vranis born May 21, 1992 daughter of Tolis and Patricia Vranis brother, Neil, graduated from JHU in 2012 majoring in neuroscience with a minor in entrepreneurship and management.
Blue Jays Fall to Top-Ranked Messiah, 3-0