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Hopkins Men’s and Women’s Track and Field competed in their final meet of the regular season before the Centennial Conference Championship at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia this weekend. Both teams brought their best to the meet; many athletes posted personal bests. Sophomore distance runner Jared Pangallozzi is just one example. Pangallozzi spoke with The News-Letter about his achievements and what it took to make them happen.
Both men’s and women’s track and field rolled up to the Widener Invitational this Saturday and flew out of the meet with second place finishes just shy of first.
This weekend both men’s (No. 25) and women’s (No. 23) tennis competed against Centennial Conference opponent Muhlenberg College. The men additionally faced a non-Conference opponent Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). Both teams emerged from the weekend victorious with impressive scores.
Last Saturday, baseball faced Muhlenberg College in a double header at home. Blue Jay fans were treated to an overwhelming Hopkins victory.
This weekend brought an end to yet another fantastic performance by the men’s swim team. The Jays took home fourth place at the NCAA National Championship for the fourth straight year.
Hopkins men’s tennis took on the Washington and Lee University Generals on Sunday. The bout ended in quite the triumph for the Jays who secured a perfect record in doubles and a near-perfect record in singles.
Hopkins baseball stepped up to the plate ready to take care of business for all three of their games this weekend — the first against Rutgers University-Camden and the second and third against State University of New York College at Cortland.
Hopkins men’s basketball clinched two more Conference victories this week against the Franklin and Marshall College Diplomats on Wednesday of last week and the Haverford College Fords on Saturday.
The wrestling team ended the Centennial Conference Competition on Saturday in a series of home meets where they faced Washington and Lee University, Stevens Institute of Technology and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. Though the Jays fought hard, competition was tough, as the Jays lost all three matches.
Hopkins men’s basketball faced two Centennial Conference opponents heading into the weekend. With just a few crucial Conference matches left in the season, all teams came ready to fight to keep or improve their standings.
Last Tuesday, the Hopkins women’s basketball team continued to blaze through its schedule with a win over the McDaniel College Green Terror, extending its undefeated run.
On Saturday, the Hopkins men’s soccer team played in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against the Washington and Lee University Generals. The Blue Jays battled to pull out a victory in penalty kicks against the Generals, and moved on to the next round the next day. In a heartbreaking loss on Sunday, Hopkins had its postseason run ended after a hard-fought battle against top-ranked Messiah College.
This past weekend, women’s and men’s cross country traveled to Haverford, Penn. for the Centennial Conference Championship.
Last Saturday, the 13th-ranked Hopkins men’s soccer team played their last scheduled home game on Homewood Field against the Ursinus College Bears. The Jays improved their record to 6-2 in the Conference and 12-3-1 overall, in a clean 3-0 victory against the Bears, who have yet to tally a win on the season.
On a breezy Saturday evening, the Hopkins football team played their third Conference match of the season against the Dickinson Red Devils. Dickinson started with the first possession, but the Jays had flown into Homewood Field ready to compete.
This weekend, the 21st-ranked Hopkins men’s soccer team played 19th-ranked University of Mary Washington on Saturday and previously 12th-ranked (now unranked) Drew University on Sunday at Homewood Field.
This weekend, the Blue Jays traveled to Annapolis, Md. for the Naval Academy’s Labor Day Open. Ranked No. 2 in the Collegiate Water Polo Association Division III preseason poll and returning three All-Americans, senior utility players Giorgio Cico and Josh Kurtz, as well as junior attacker Finn Banks, the team was well-equipped to take on Division I competition in the tournament.
This past week was an exciting one for Hopkins tennis, as both teams rallied to take home the coveted regular season Centennial Conference title.
The Hopkins baseball team fought through a heavy schedule of four matches last weekend starting on Friday, April 20 and closing out on Sunday, April 22 with a 3-1 record. This puts the Jays at 11-3 in Conference play and 23-11 overall.
Coming off a solid conference win against the University of Michigan on April 8, the women’s lacrosse team faced a tough opponent in the undefeated, No. 1 ranked Stony Brook Seawolves last Friday night. The Jays lost 15-7 and are now 8-6 overall and 1-3 in conference play.