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This weekend, both the men’s and women’s tennis teams took trips up to Pennsylvania for matches against the Muhlenberg College Mules on Saturday and the Carnegie Mellon University Tartans on Sunday.
After four days of spring training games, there are only two undefeated teams remaining: The Los Angeles Angels and the Cleveland Indians. Does this mean these are the two best teams in baseball? Probably not. But fans have to dream, right?
The Hopkins men’s basketball team finished up their regular season with games against the Washington College Shoremen and the Haverford College Fords, the two bottom teams in the Centennial Conference.
The Hopkins lacrosse team had a very quick turnaround between their first game against Navy and their second contest against the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) Retrievers.
The Hopkins men’s basketball team faced off at home on Wednesday, Feb 1 against the Gettysburg College Bullets. Hopkins came into the home game riding a six-game winning streak and tied for first among Centennial Conference teams.
After winning the Centennial Conference for the sixth straight year, the Hopkins football team hosted the first round of the NCAA South Region playoffs. The Blue Jays picked up right where they left off in the regular season, facing off against the Randolph-Macon College Yellow Jackets.
This weekend, for the fourth time in program history, the Hopkins volleyball team appeared in the NCAA tournament held at the University of Mary Washington.
This weekend was the annual Centennial Conference Volleyball Championship Tournament. Five teams competed for the automatic bid into the NCAA Volleyball Tournament. After going undefeated in Conference play during the regular season, Hopkins was the #1 seed and therefore was able to host the tournament here at Homewood.
This World Series is different than any other World Series in recent memory, not only because the Chicago Cubs won for the first time in 108 years or the fact the Cleveland Indians put up a good fight, but also because of how both managers are using their bullpens.
The Major League Baseball playoffs are in the League Championship Series round, so at this point we have a pretty good feel for all the teams and how their games have been played.
With the first week of the MLB Playoffs in the books, we have gotten a look at every team and already have one team with a ticket punched to a championship series. The regular season ended with lots of high stake games, but in the end there was no real shuffling, as the New York Mets and San Francisco Giants held their wild card slots in the National League and the Toronto Blue Jays and Baltimore Orioles claimed the spots in the American League.
José Fernández was one of the brightest young stars in baseball, and after two seasons filled with injuries, this season was finally the breakout campaign with the Miami Marlins that everyone had been anticipating. Fernández was truly on his way to becoming one of the best pitchers in all of baseball. But while out boating at 3 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 25, Fernández and two others were killed when their boat crashed into a jetty.
With less than a week left in the MLB regular season, there are only a couple playoff spots left in question, so it is time for a preview for the 2016 MLB playoffs.