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 [+]

Rao Wins USTA/ITA National Small College Singles Championship

Sophomore Ashnaa Rao continues to make history for the Johns Hopkins women's tennis team as she won the 2014 USTA/ITA National Small College Singles Championship Saturday morning. Already the first player in program history to win the USTA/ITA Southeast Singles Championship, she is the first JHU tennis player, male or female, to win a ... Read More [+]

Rao Wins ITA Southeast Singles Championship

The Johns Hopkins women's tennis team won five draws at the 2014 USTA/ITA Southeast Regional this weekend at the University of Mary Washington. Sophomore Ashnaa Rao led the way for the Blue Jays as she won the championship singles draw becoming the first ITA Southeast Regional Champion in program history. Read More [+]

Thirteen From Johns Hopkins Named ITA Scholar-Athletes

Thirteen members of the Johns Hopkins women's tennis team were named Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Scholar-Athletes it was announced recently. In addition, Hopkins earned the ITA All-Academic Team Award. Hopkins has now produced 84 ITA Scholar-Athletes since 2006 and has earned the team award in each of the last eight seasons. Read More [+]

Woodring Promoted to Director of Tennis

Johns Hopkins Senior Associate Director of Athletics Mike Mattia announced today the promotion of women's tennis coach Dave Woodring to Director of Tennis. Woodring is the first full-time director in the program's history and will handle all the day-to-day operations of both the men's and women's tennis programs. He will also continue ... Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Ranked Fourth in Final ITA National Poll

Fresh off the program's best ever finish at the 2014 NCAA Championship, the Johns Hopkins women's tennis team is ranked fourth in the final Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) National Poll. The Blue Jays finish in the top 10 of the ITA poll for the second straight season and third time since 2009. Hopkins is also ranked second in... Read More [+]

Hogan Named Capital One Academic All-American

After leading the Johns Hopkins women's tennis team to one of the most successful seasons in program history, Hailey Hogan, a 2014 graduate, has been named to the 2014 CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-America At-Large Team, it was announced today. The Blue Jays' captain, Hogan was named to the third team and is the fourth JHU women's... Read More [+]

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