Johns Hopkins to Induct 11 Into Athletic Hall of Fame

Johns Hopkins will induct 11 new members into its Athletic Hall of Fame in ceremonies scheduled for Saturday, April 25. The 11-member class will be the 21st to be inducted since the Johns Hopkins Athletic Hall of Fame was formed in 1994. Read More [+]

Law Named Centennial Conference Player of the Week

Johns Hopkins sophomore Jody Law has been named the Centennial Conference Women's Tennis Player of the Week it was announced Monday afternoon. Law earned the honor after helping Johns Hopkins win its third straight ITA National Team Indoor Championship this past weekend. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Wins Third Straight ITA National Indoor Championship

The fourth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's tennis team beat 12th-ranked Chicago, 5-4, in the semifinals of the 2015 ITA National Team Indoor Championship on Saturday night. Hopkins then beat seventh-ranked Carnegie Mellon, 6-3, to claim its third straight indoor title on Sunday afternoon. The Blue Jays start the season with an unbeaten 3-... Read More [+]

Top-Seeded Johns Hopkins Defeats Sewanee, 6-3

The top-seeded Johns Hopkins women's tennis team earned a 6-3 win over 21st-ranked Sewanee in the opening round of the 2015 ITA National Team Indoor Championship Friday night at the DePauw Indoor Tennis Courts. The Blue Jays open their season with a win while the Tigers suffer their first loss and fall to 3-1. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins is Preseason Favorite to Win Centennial Championship

The Johns Hopkins women's tennis team is the unanimous preseason favorite to the win 2015 Centennial Conference title. The Blue Jays grabbed 100 points and 10 first-place votes, the maximum they could get, in a preseason vote of the conference's head coaches. Read More [+]

New Johns Hopkins Tennis Courts Ready for Spring Season

The Johns Hopkins men's and women's tennis teams will debut their new courts this spring after a $1 million campaign to renovate the teams' on-campus playing facility. The project included a complete resurfacing of all six courts, a state of the art lighting system for night matches as well as a plaza area with restrooms and storage... Read More [+]

Rao Etches Her Name in Johns Hopkins Record Book

Oftentimes, an athlete is well aware of the fact that he or she is on the cusp of making history. For Ashnaa Rao, however, the realization only came after she had already become the first tennis player in Johns Hopkins history to win the USTA/ITA National Small College Singles Championship. Read More [+]

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