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Last weekend, the Hopkins men’s soccer team stayed undefeated with a 2-0 victory over the eighth-ranked Haverford College Fords in their Centennial Conference opener. The Blue Jays now have a 6-0-0 record thanks to their fifth shutout of the season, their best start to a season since 2007.
The NBA had an absolutely wild offseason, filled with highly lucrative contracts and unforeseen acquisitions.
The Hopkins football team opened their Centennial Conference play this past Saturday with their second straight nail-biter, this time against the Susquehanna University River Hawks.
This past weekend, the Hopkins women’s field hockey team faced the University of Rochester on Saturday and St. John Fisher College the following day.
This past weekend, the Hopkins men’s soccer team traveled up to Plattsburgh, New York to play in the Best Western Plus Cardinal Classic. Hopkins came into the weekend with a 2-0 record, which they sought to improve as Centennial Conference play draws near.
For tennis fans, the U.S. Open is the culmination of a season-long tour filled with upsets, comebacks and historic matches unlike anything else. This time around, the American women were the talk of the U.S. Open.
This past weekend, the Blue Jays won four consecutive matches at the University of Mary Washington (UMW) Invitational in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Even more impressively, the Jays only dropped one set all weekend.
The Blue Jays earned back-to-back field hockey victories last weekend, marking their second straight season opening with two consecutive wins.
The Hopkins men’s soccer team kicked off their 2017 campaign this past Friday against the Goucher College Gophers. The Blue Jays made their season debut under the lights of their home turf, Homewood Field.
This past weekend the Hopkins men’s water polo team began their season with a triumphant 4-0 performance. Traveling to Annapolis, Md. to compete in the Navy Labor Day Open, the Jays defeated Washington & Jefferson College, Gannon University, Cal Lutheran University and La Salle University over the course of just two days.
This past Friday the Hopkins football team opened up their 2017 season against the Washington & Lee University Generals in Lexington, Va. The Generals tested the Jays’ 41-game regular season winning streak, which spans back to the 2012 season.
Last year, the Hopkins men’s water polo team had a slow 0-9 start to their 2016 season. This past weekend, however, the Jays entered the pool as a completely different team.
The two remaining undefeated Centennial Conference men’s tennis teams battled for the top seed this past Saturday. The 17th-ranked Blue Jays came out on top in the matchup against the Swarthmore College Garnet to secure hosting privileges for the Conference Tournament. The final score of Saturday’s match was 7-2.
After a 31-year-long Hopkins career, Women’s Basketball Coach Nancy Funk announced her retirement last Tuesday. She leaves Hopkins with the most wins in program history.
Throughout my life, one thing has remained constant: my love for the NFL draft. Ever since I was 10 years old, I have spent the weeks and months leading up to the Draft learning about the prospects and which players were good fits for which teams. I would count down the days until the draft and sit glued to the couch when the day finally came.
As the school year winds down, so does the regular season for the Jays. In last week’s matchups, the Jays defeated the Rutgers University Scarlet Knights 17-9 to clinch a spot in the Big Ten Tournament but fell to crosstown-rivals, the Towson University Tigers, 18-5.