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The matchup between Hopkins and the University of Maryland Terrapins, known as “The Rivalry,” is the biggest rivalry in all of college lacrosse. Facing off for the first time in 1895, the 115-game series is skewed in favor of the Jays, who hold a 71-43-1 record after this weekend’s loss.
If you came from a small town like I did, then you probably arrived at college with similar memories of homecoming: the crisp October air on your face, endless amounts of school spirit, the anticipation and excitement of your high-school football team playing their rival from the next town over on home field as the entire community gathered around to watch.
As the Hopkins women’s lacrosse team enters the home stretch of the regular season, their recent victory against Big Ten rival Ohio State was highlighted by the strong performance from junior attacker Emily Kenul.
Due to weather conditions, the doubleheader, originally scheduled for Saturday, was postponed to Sunday, which allowed the Jays an extra day of rest after Friday’s victory against the Franklin & Marshall College Diplomats.
This past weekend, the Hopkins women’s tennis team faced off against the 13th ranked Washington and Lee University Generals and Ursinus College Bears in a pair of road matches.
The Hopkins women’s lacrosse team beat the Ohio State University (OSU) Buckeyes in a Conference duel in Columbus, Ohio this past Saturday morning. The 12-6 win puts the Blue Jays at 10-5 on the season and 2-3 in the Big Ten, with just two games remaining in the regular season. With the loss, OSU falls to 6-11 on the season and 0-6 in Conference play.
The Blue Jays swept the Haverford Fords in their season’s final doubleheader on Babb Field, finishing the day with a walk-off hit by senior catcher Ryan Orgielewicz.
Rebounding from a tough loss to Big Ten foe Ohio State last weekend, the Hopkins men’s lacrosse team was able to hang on after a second half offensive surge by the Penn State University (PSU) Nittany Lions to emerge victorious in front of a packed crowd at Homewood Field.
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 Friday, the men and women of the Hopkins track and field team had a home meet at the Johns Hopkins Invitational. Numerous teams from every division arrived in Baltimore for the Blue Jays’ first and only home meet of the year.
After traveling 423 miles to Columbus, Ohio the 11th-ranked Blue Jays men’s lacrosse team faced off against the ninth-ranked Ohio State University (OSU) Buckeyes in Big Ten Conference action. The Blue Jays fell to the Buckeyes in a battle that ended in a score of 13-9.
After their win over the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday, the Los Angeles Lakers had officially won their last five games, leaving many fans scratching their heads.
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.