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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 Thursday, the women’s basketball team topped their Centennial Conference foe, the McDaniel College Green Terror.
The Hopkins men’s basketball team continued their winning ways this past week in a pair of contests against Centennial Conference foes McDaniel College and Ursinus College.
The Blue Jays began their dominating week with a win against the McDaniel College Green Terror in Goldfarb Gym.
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.
This past weekend, the Hopkins wrestling team travelled to York, Pa., for the New Standard Corporation Invitational. The Blue Jays ended the day with a 10th-place finish at the 17-team tournament.
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.
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 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.
This past Saturday, the Hopkins women’s basketball team matched up against Centennial Conference adversary, the now 19th-ranked Muhlenberg College Mules. The Blue Jays fell just short of completing a big upset against the Mules, losing 69-64 in overtime in a thrilling matchup between the Centennial Conference foes.
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The Hopkins men’s basketball team opened the 2017-2018 season on Nov. 15 at home against the Marymount University Saints. It was also the debut for Hopkins head coach Josh Loeffler, who took over for Bill Nelson after 31 seasons with the Blue Jays.
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 basketball team has had five consecutive victories to start off the 2017-2018 season. The highlights include a first-place finish in the Rhodes Tip-Off Tournament and a 72-46 win against the McDaniel College Green Terror in the Blue Jays’ Centennial Conference opener.
The men’s soccer team’s season came to an end two weekends ago with a heartbreaking finish in the NCAA Sweet 16 against the Tufts University Jumbos.
The Hopkins football team’s season came to an end in heartbreaking fashion in the first round of the NCAA playoffs.
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.
The Hopkins men’s soccer team did not allow their loss in the semifinals of the Centennial Conference Tournament to defeat them. Instead, the Jays used the upsetting outcome to fuel their fight going into the NCAA Tournament.