In addition to 48 national championships, Johns Hopkins University has amassed 190 conference titles. The Johns Hopkins men’s track team won the school’s first conference title on record in 1923.
Leading the way in the trophy count is the men’s swimming team, which has won 32 conference titles, including an amazing streak of 28 consecutive championships from 1971-1998.
Several sports have seen truly dominating eras. Currently, the baseball team has won nine Centennial Conference titles since 2001, while the football, men’s soccer, women’s soccer and men’s tennis teams all have at least six conference titles to their credit since 2000.
The 2011-12 academic year proved to be one of the most successful in school history as Johns Hopkins claimed a program-record nine Centennial Conference titles and one Blue Grass Mountain Conference title (women’s swimming) for a school-record-tying 10 overall conference titles. JHU also won 10 conference titles during the 2010-11 school year.
A complete list of Johns Hopkins' conference championships by sport follows.
Men's Swimming (32)
Men's Fencing (25)
Men's Soccer (12)
Women's Swimming (12)
Men's Tennis (11)
Women's Soccer (10)
Women's Tennis (8)
Women's Lacrosse (6)
Women's Cross Country (5)
Men's Outdoor Track & Field (5)
Men's Basketball (4)
Women's Basketball (4)
Field Hockey (4)
Women's Outdoor Track & Field (3)
Men's Cross Country (2)
Women's Fencing (2)
Women's Indoor Track & Field (2)