Bogdanovski Named Bluegrass Mountain Conference Swimmer of the Year

The honors continue to roll in for Johns Hopkins Ana Bogdanovski as the junior was recently named the Bluegrass Mountain Conference Women's Swimmer of the Year. The honor comes on the heels of being named the 2014 Collegiate Women's Sports Award DIII Woman of the Year nominee for swimming & diving. Read More [+]

Bogdanovski Named DIII Woman of the Year Nominee for Collegiate...

Ana Bogdanovski, a junior from Johns Hopkins, was named the 2014 DIII Woman of the Year nominee for swimming & diving as announced by Executive Director Chris Voelz of THE Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA) presented by Honda. She is now designated one of 11 finalists for the prestigious DIII Woman Athlete of the Year honor. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Earns Bronze at NCAA Championship

The Johns Hopkins women's swim team parlayed seven titles into a program-best third-place finish at the 2014 NCAA Championship. The Blue Jays accumulated 387 points over the course of the championship to finish with the bronze trophy. Hopkins completed its sweep of the relay titles by winning the 400 Free Relay in the final event of... Read More [+]

Hopkins Wins 800 Free Relay on Day Three of NCAAs

The Johns Hopkins women's swim team claimed its fourth relay title at the 2014 NCAA Championships and is in third place after three days. The Blue Jays won the 800 Free Relay and also took silver in the 100 Back, as they picked up 57 points on day three. Four-time defending champion Emory remains in fourth place with 411.5 points while... Read More [+]

Kennedy Named One of World's Greatest Leaders by Fortune 500 Magazine

George Kennedy has been leading the Johns Hopkins men's and women's swimming programs for 29 years and this week was named one of the World's 50 Greatest Leaders by Fortune 500 Magazine. He is number 36 on the list, which also includes Pope Francis, Michael Bloomberg, Bill Clinton, Gabrielle Giffords and coaches Mike Krzyzewski, Gregg ... Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Grabs Three NCAA Titles on Day Two

The Johns Hopkins women's swim team grabbed three more NCAA titles on the second day of the 2014 NCAA Championship on Thursday night and are in second place in the team standings. Hopkins has accumulated 232 points through two days and sits in second place behind four-time defending champion Emory, which has 273 points. Kenyon is in... Read More [+]

Bogdanovski, 200 Medley Relay Win NCAA Titles on Day One

The Johns Hopkins women's swim team kicked off the 2014 NCAA Championship on a strong note with titles in the 50 Free and 200 Medley Relay. The Blue Jays grabbed 100 points and sit in second place after the first day of the championship. Four-time defending champion Emory sits in first place with 127 points, while Denison is in third... Read More [+]

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