Woodring Breaks Wins Record as Johns Hopkins Defeats Gettysburg, 9-0

The sixth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's tennis team shut out visiting Gettysburg, 9-0, on Thursday afternoon in Centennial Conference action. With the win, Director of Tennis Dave Woodring becomes the winningest coach in program history, as he is now 92-19 in his fifth season with the Blue Jays. Hopkins improves to 13-4 overall and 9-0 ... Read More [+]

Sixth-Ranked Johns Hopkins Defeats 20th-Ranked Mary Washington, 6-3

The sixth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's tennis team closed its non-conference slate with a 6-3 win over 20th-ranked Mary Washington Sunday afternoon. The Blue Jays improve to 12-3 overall as head coach Dave Woodring ties the program record with his 91st career win. The Eagles close out their regular season with a record of 14-7 as they ... Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Splits with Muhlenberg and Second-Ranked Emory

The sixth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's tennis team split its matches on Saturday, beating Muhlenberg but falling at second-ranked Emory. Hopkins topped visiting Muhlenberg, 9-0, in Centennial Conference action in Baltimore, but dropped an 8-1 decision in Atlanta to host Emory. The Blue Jays are now 10-4 overall and 7-0 in the conference. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Blanks McDaniel, 9-0

The sixth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's tennis team did not drop a single game in defeating host McDaniel, 9-0, in Centennial Conference action Wednesday afternoon. The Blue Jays improve to 10-3 overall and 6-0 in the conference while the Green Terror fall to 3-10 and 0-7 in the CC. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Earns 7-2 Decision at Washington College

The sixth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's tennis team earned a 7-2 win at host Washington College in Centennial Conference action on Saturday. The Blue Jays improve to 9-3 overall and 5-0 in the conference while handing the Shorewomen just their second loss of the season. Washington College is now 9-2 overall and 4-1 in the Centennial. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Shuts Out Ursinus, 9-0

The second-ranked Johns Hopkins women's tennis team picked up a win over a conference foe, but dropped a pair of matches to top-five teams over the weekend. Hopkins fell to third-ranked Williams (7-2) and 10th-ranked Washington & Lee (5-4) but defeated Ursinus (9-0). The Blue Jays improve to 8-3 overall and 3-0 in the Centennial... Read More [+]

Second-Ranked Johns Hopkins Shuts Out Franklin & Marshall, 9-0

The second-ranked Johns Hopkins women's tennis team shut out visiting Franklin & Marshall, 9-0, in Centennial Conference action at the JHU Tennis Courts Wednesday afternoon. The Blue Jays improve to 7-1 overall and remain unbeaten against Division III opponents (7-0). Hopkins also improves to 3-0 in the conference, while Franklin &... Read More [+]

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