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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 24th-ranked football team continued their strong season this week, as they dominated the Gettysburg College Bullets 52-0.
In a victorious week for the Hopkins men’s soccer team, the Jays garnered two Centennial Conference wins, bringing their record to 13-1-2 with just one game left to go in the regular season.
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.
The men’s soccer team improved their undefeated Conference record this past week with two more wins: the first at home against the McDaniel College Green Terror by a score of 2-0 and the second on the road against the Ursinus College Bears by a score of 6-0.
The Hopkins women’s soccer team continued their torrid pace with two more wins this past week, beating the McDaniel College Green Terror earlier on the road and then beating Centennial Conference rival, the Swarthmore College Garnet, on Saturday at home. The two wins guaranteed the Jays a spot in the Conference Tournament.
The Hopkins women’s field hockey team continued their strong season this past weekend as the Jays defeated the Swarthmore College Garnet 4-0 to clinch a berth to the Centennial Conference Tournament for the first time since 2014.
With a win over the then 17th-ranked Juniata College Eagles this past weekend, the Hopkins women’s volleyball team broke the program record for the longest winning streak, which was set back in 2012.
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.
After competing in the Harvard Invitational last Friday, the Hopkins water polo team traveled straight to Cambridge, Mass. on Saturday for the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Division III Eastern Championship at MIT.
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 women’s volleyball team continued their hot streak by winning their 14th and 15th straight matches this weekend against the Washington & Lee University Generals (W&L) and the Muhlenberg College Mules, both in three straight sets.
This weekend, the Hopkins men’s water polo team traveled to California for the Gary Troyer Tournament. Though the team struggled in its first match versus the University of Redlands, the rest of the weekend was an undeniable triumph.
For the first time this season, the men’s soccer team faced a very unfamiliar outcome as they lost against Messiah College.
Last Saturday, the Hopkins women’s and men’s swim teams traveled to the College of William & Mary (W&M) for their first meet of the season. Although both teams came out with a loss, there were still several impressive performances recorded on both sides.