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The Hopkins women’s volleyball team dominated in York, Pa. this past weekend, claiming four victories in as many games. Ranked No. 16 in the nation, the Blue Jays defeated Elizabethtown College, Gallaudet University, New York University and hometown York College, bringing them to a 5-0 record on the season. Hopkins swept in each match except against York, which required five sets for the Jays to take care of business.
The men’s soccer team started off their 2018 campaign strong with two wins this past weekend. Hopkins opened up the season on Friday with a 2-1 victory over Hampden-Sydney College, followed by a 3-0 win against North Carolina Wesleyan College on Saturday.
This past weekend, Hopkins men’s and women’s tennis continued their domination of the Centennial Conference, both winning their matches against the Haverford College Fords to remain undefeated in Conference play. The 20th-ranked women’s team continued their action on the court into Sunday, taking on the 18th-ranked University of Mary Washington Eagles.
With the basketball world no longer focused on March Madness, it’s time to center our attention back to the professionals. As the NBA regular season nears its end, its time to look back on many of the exciting storylines and who is in the running for the NBA’s highest awards.
One week after their strong performances at the Eastern College Athletic Conference Championships (ECACs), the Hopkins men’s and women’s track and field teams sent 10 athletes to Birmingham, Ala. to compete in the D-III Indoor Track and Field Championships.
The headline of the weekend was the Hopkins men’s basketball team, as the 16th-ranked Blue Jays won the Centennial Conference Tournament, the fourth title in school history.
The storyline of the weekend was the Hopkins men’s basketball team, as the now 12th-ranked Blue Jays won the Centennial Conference Tournament, the fourth title in school history.
This past week, the Hopkins women’s basketball team faced two Centennial Conference foes, the Haverford College Fords and the Swarthmore College Garnet. Prior to their game against Haverford last Wednesday, the Blue Jays had come out victorious in four of their previous five Conference games, with their only defeat coming from the first-place Gettysburg College Bullets.
I have been dating my girlfriend, Sydney, since Valentine’s Day in the eighth grade. Yesterday marks our seven-year anniversary.
Last weekend, the Hopkins men’s and women’s track and field teams competed in the Frank Colden Invitational in Collegeville, Pa.
This past weekend, the Hopkins men’s and women’s swim teams hosted the Blue Jay Invitational, their last home meet of the season. The Blue Jays performed strongly across the board, breaking 16 pool records in total.
For the men, senior Mark Wilson, juniors Emile Kuyl and Peter Lazorchak and sophomore Brandon Fabian shattered a 14-year-old pool record in the 400 Medley.
This past weekend, the Hopkins men’s basketball team took on Centennial Conference opponent, the Muhlenberg College Mules, at Goldfarb Gymnasium. The Blue Jays sit at 2-0 in the Conference and 6-0 on the season, keeping their undefeated record going into December.
After defeating Wilkes University in the second round of the NCAA Division-III Women’s Soccer Tournament, the Hopkins women’s soccer team advanced to the Sweet 16 for the ninth time in program history. Hopkins headed to Williamstown, Mass. to face the SUNY Geneseo Knights.
After winning their fifth Centennial Conference title since 2011, the Blue Jays’ women’s volleyball team headed to Stevenson, Md. this past weekend to compete in the NCAA Division-III Women’s Volleyball Championship.
This past weekend, the now 11th-ranked Hopkins women’s soccer team split the Centennial Conference Tournament with two thrillers, both of which were decided by penalty kicks.
The Hopkins women’s volleyball team’s 18-game winning streak ended on the road against the 25th ranked Stevenson University Mustangs, losing 3-1 on Thursday. After the loss, the Jays bounced back and swept the Ursinus College Bears on Saturday.
This past weekend, the Hopkins men’s lacrosse team hosted the Israel men’s national lacrosse team in their first scrimmage of the fall. Hopkins, who finished 13th in last year’s rankings, took the game 12-6.
The Hopkins field hockey team clinched a victory last Saturday against the Washington College Shorewomen, defeating them 3-2.
Last weekend, the Hopkins men’s soccer team stayed undefeated with a 2-0 victory over the eighth-ranked Haverford College Fords in their Centennial Conference opener. The Blue Jays now have a 6-0-0 record thanks to their fifth shutout of the season, their best start to a season since 2007.