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This past weekend, the Hopkins baseball team took on Rutgers-Camden and Cortland State in the Baltimore Invitational. Despite a tough 11-2 loss to Rutgers-Camden on Saturday, the Jays triumphed the following day against the No. 1 team in the country, the Cortland State Red Dragons.
This past weekend, the Hopkins baseball team hosted the St. John Fisher Cardinals in a season-opening doubleheader. The Jays would finish the day with a 1-1 record, defeating St. John Fisher 7-1 in the first game before losing to the Cardinals 10-4 in the second.
This past weekend, the Hopkins men’s and women’s track and field teams headed to Boston, Mass. for the Boston University David Hemery Valentine Invitational. During the two days of competition, the Jays saw a variety of strong performances from both the men and the women.
This past Saturday, the Hopkins men’s and women’s track and field teams travelled to Lancaster, Pa. for the Diplomat Invitational, their first meet of the indoor season. Throughout the day of the competition, both teams saw a wide range of exemplary performances.
This past weekend the Hopkins football team travelled to Westminster, Maryland to take on the McDaniel Green Terror. Tensions were certainly high going into Saturday’s game.
This past weekend, the Hopkins men’s wrestling team opened their season at the Messiah Invitational in Grantham, Pa.
This past Sunday, the Hopkins women’s cross country team traveled to Gettysburg, Pa. for the Centennial Conference Championship.
In a victorious week for the Hopkins men’s soccer team, the Jays garnered two Centennial Conference wins, bringing their record to 13-1-2 with just one game left to go in the regular season.
This weekend, the Hopkins men’s water polo team traveled to California for the Gary Troyer Tournament. Though the team struggled in its first match versus the University of Redlands, the rest of the weekend was an undeniable triumph.
This past weekend, the Hopkins men’s soccer team took on Muhlenberg College at home. The Jays came into the match undefeated, seeking to push their winning streak to 10 games and their unbeaten streak to 14 games, feats that had not been accomplished since 2007 and 2006, respectively.
This past weekend, the Hopkins women’s soccer team excelled in their match against the Bryn Mawr College Owls. In an exciting 9-0 victory, the Jays matched the all-time team record for goals scored and improved their record to 5-1-1 on the season.
This past weekend, the Hopkins women’s field hockey team faced the University of Rochester on Saturday and St. John Fisher College the following day.
This past weekend the Hopkins men’s water polo team began their season with a triumphant 4-0 performance. Traveling to Annapolis, Md. to compete in the Navy Labor Day Open, the Jays defeated Washington & Jefferson College, Gannon University, Cal Lutheran University and La Salle University over the course of just two days.
After a 31-year-long Hopkins career, Women’s Basketball Coach Nancy Funk announced her retirement last Tuesday. She leaves Hopkins with the most wins in program history.
After a heartbreaking defeat by the Emory Eagles on Friday, the men’s tennis team triumphed in two 8-1 victories against the Haverford College Fords and the Christopher Newport University Captains on Saturday.
This past weekend, the men’s and women’s track & field teams headed to Fairfax, Virginia to compete in the George Mason Spring Invitational. Though the competition was exceptional, the Jays kept pace with the numerous D-I schools in the field.
This past weekend, the Hopkins baseball team opened Centennial Conference play with a double-header against the Swarthmore Garnet. In two riveting games, the Jays were able to cinch two crucial victories; They shut out the Garnet in game one to win 5-0 and maintained their momentum to take game two in a close 5-4 matchup.
It was an exciting week for the men’s swim team. The Jays travelled to Shenandoah, Texas for the NCAA Championships. The long four days of competition were filled with a number of record-breaking performances, close standings and even tighter races. However, the Jays made it onto the podium, placing fourth just behind the Emory University Eagles, the Kenyon College Lords and the Denison University Big Red.
Following a tremendous effort at last weekend’s MACFA and NIWFA Championships, the men’s and women’s fencing teams headed to Easton, Pa. on March 11 for the 2017 NCAA Mid-Atlantic/South Regional.
The Hopkins men’s baseball team faced a daunting task this weekend: a doubleheader against the number one and number two teams in NCAA D-III. The Jays themselves were only ranked 40th.