Rao Repeats as ITA Southeast Singles Champion

Johns Hopkins women’s tennis junior Ashnaa Rao has won her second straight ITA Southeast Singles title on Monday. Her win earns her a berth at the 2015 USTA/ITA National Small College Championship and garners her All-America honors. Read More [+]

Rao and Chen Advance to Semifinals of ITA Southeast Singles Draw

Johns Hopkins junior Ashnaa Rao and sophomore Megumi Chen have advanced to the semifinals of the Championship Singles draw at the ITA Southeast Regional. In addition, senior Olivia Kasten won the Blue 2 Singles draw. Rao and Chen will face each other in Monday’s semifinal. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Ranked 11th in Final ITA National Poll

The Johns Hopkins women's tennis team is ranked 11th in the final Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) National Poll for 2015. The Blue Jays finish the season ranked in the top 15 for the seventh straight time. Hopkins has been ranked in the top 15 for 39 straight polls, and in the top 10 for 25 of the last 31 polls. JHU is also... Read More [+]

Vohra Named Centennial Conference Rookie of the Year

Johns Hopkins women's tennis freshman Sunaina Vohra was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Rookie of the Year it was announced on Monday. In addition, four Hopkins players earned All-CC honors, six were named to the CC Academic Honor Roll and one was named to the All-Sportsmanship Team. Read More [+]

Seventh-Ranked Amherst Edges Johns Hopkins, 5-4, in NCAA Sweet 16

Host and seventh-ranked Amherst rallied from a 4-2 deficit to beat ninth-ranked Johns Hopkins, 5-4, in the NCAA Sweet 16 Sunday. The Blue Jays end their season with an 18-5 record as they just miss out on their fourth straight quarterfinal appearance. The Jeffs improve to 15-4 and advance to the NCAA Quarterfinals for the seventh... Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Tops TCNJ, 5-1, in NCAA Second Round

The ninth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's tennis is moving on to the NCAA Sweet 16 for the eighth straight year after a 5-1 win over TCNJ on Saturday afternoon. The Blue Jays improve to 18-4 on the season with their seventh straight win, while the Lions suffer just their second loss as they end the season with a 15-2 mark. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins To Travel to Amherst for NCAA Regional

The ninth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's tennis team will travel to Amherst, MA for the 2015 NCAA Regional this weekend. Hopkins (17-4) earned a first-round bye and will face the winner of TCNJ/Wilkes on Saturday, May 9. Seventh-ranked Amherst (13-4) will host the six-team regional, which also features SUNY Geneseo (14-3) and... Read More [+]

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