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This past weekend the women’s track and field team participated in two meets over two days, posting several season-best and personal-best performances. To start the weekend of competition, the Jays’ mile runners headed to Princeton University for the Larry Ellis Invitational, while the distance group traveled to Chester, Pa. for the Widener Invitational.
The men’s and women’s track and field team opened up their outdoor season this past weekend and traveled down to Richmond, Va. to compete in the Fred Hardy Invitational. Both teams entered the 2018 outdoor season ranked first in the Centennial Conference preseason poll. After two days of competition, the Blue Jays capped off their season opener with a number of promising performances.
While many Hopkins students enjoyed a restful week away from Homewood, the men’s and women’s tennis teams were hard at work hosting their Centennial Conference season openers this past Saturday against the Dickinson College Red Devils. Both teams walked away with a victory to start their season with a perfect 1-0 record in Conference play.
This past weekend, the Hopkins track and field team capitalized on their last opportunity of the season to qualify for the NCAAs. A total of 10 individuals will head down to Birmingham, Ala. this Friday to compete in the NCAA Indoor Track and Field National Championships.
This past weekend, the women’s fencing team hosted the 2018 Eastern Women’s Fencing Conference Championship (EWFC) in Goldfarb Gym, taking second place in the team championship behind only the Stevens Institute of Technology Ducks. The Blue Jays ended their day 6-1, their only loss coming from a close 13-14 matchup against the Ducks.
Last weekend the men’s and women’s swim teams traveled down to Chapel Hill, N.C., for their last shot at qualifying for Nationals.
After about three weeks of hard training over Intersession, the Hopkins track and field teams were back on the start line for the Dr. Sander Invitational. The meet was held at the famous Armory Track in New York City this past Saturday, where both the men’s and women’s teams excelled with multiple personal-best performances.
The Hopkins men’s and women’s fencing teams have both had impressive early starts to the 2017-2018 season. Both teams went unbeaten at Haverford College’s Dan Arnstein Invitational, and the women made a special showing at the NIWFA Christmas Invitational, claiming two titles and placing four in the top three for their respective weapon.
As the rest of the student body was gearing up to go home and finally get some well-deserved sleep during Thanksgiving break, the Hopkins women’s cross country team was diligently preparing for the NCAA Championship race. The Blue Jays made their way to Principia College in Elsah, Ill. with hopes to defend their second straight NCAA title.
The Hopkins men’s soccer team hosted the Centennial Conference Championship Tournament this past weekend at Homewood Field. On Friday evening, the Blue Jays kicked off their tournament run, taking on the fifth-seeded Dickinson College Red Devils for the second week in a row, this time in the semi-final round of the Conference Tournament.
When fourth-year medical student Jordan Tropf gathered with thousands of other runners for the start of the 17th Annual Baltimore Marathon on Oct. 21, he expected to be competitive and race with the frontrunners. What Tropf did not expect was to win the race by over three full minutes. At his pace, this meant he was over a half a mile in front of the second-place finisher.
The Hopkins men’s and women’s cross country teams traveled to Gettysburg College this past Sunday morning to compete in the Centennial Conference Championships.
Both the men’s and women’s swim teams headed to Annapolis, Md., this past Friday for some tough competition against D-I opponents: the United States Naval Academy Midshipmen (Mids) and the Towson University Tigers.
The men’s and women’s cross country teams split up, sending some runners to the Pre-Nationals meet in Illinois, while others stayed closer to home for the Rowan Inter-Regional meet in New Jersey.
For the first time this season, the men’s soccer team faced a very unfamiliar outcome as they lost against Messiah College.
After back-to-back losses at home two weekends ago, the Blue Jays sought to avenge their previous performance with matches against the George Washington University Colonials and the Wagner College Seahawks.
This past weekend the eighth-ranked Blue Jays traveled to Carlisle, Pa. to take on the Dickinson College Red Devils. The Jays’ 45-10 victory marked the 45th straight regular season win and the 40th straight Centennial Conference win for Hopkins.
Last Friday afternoon, the men and women of the Hopkins cross country teams took their annual trip to New York for the Iona Meet of Champions held at Van Cortlandt Park.