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On Feb. 1, Tom Brady announced in an Instagram video filmed on the beach that he was retiring from the National Football League (NFL) after 23 seasons, and this time for good. This announcement came exactly one year after Brady originally announced his retirement, only to return to the game less than two months later.
More than halfway through the 2023 NBA season, there has been a lot of chatter surrounding Denver Nuggets center Nikola Jokić’s current Most Valuable Player (MVP) campaign. After last weekend’s defeat to the 76ers center and MVP runner-up Joel Embiid, the MVP narrative has begun to shift away from Jokić and towards other candidates.
The stakes were high, but the rewards were higher. On Sunday, Dec. 4, the second-ranked Hopkins Blue Jays faced off against the fourth-ranked Case Western Reserve Spartans in the 2022 Division III Women's Soccer National Championships. Both teams were vying for a chance to win their first-ever national title.
20 wins in just 25 games, featuring a 13-game win streak. The most points (41) of any team in the National Hockey League (NHL). Unquantifiable resilience and swagger. However it’s phrased, the New Jersey Devils are taking the league by storm, playing at a ridiculous (and almost certainly unsustainable) 134-point pace.
The clock is ticking. In just one month, the world of tennis will be back in the streets of Melbourne, anxiously awaiting the draws of the Australian Open. Right now — the period between the US Open and the Australian Open — is the time when men’s tennis players prepare for the end of the hard court season, marked by the Australian Open.
Since its first tournament in 1930, every four years, the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) world cup has captivated the minds and hearts of citizens around the globe.
Ahead of last Friday’s game against the Washington Wizards, Dallas Mavericks head coach Jason Kidd expressed some concern about star player Luka Doncic's heavy workload to start the season.
Now that we’re a bit past the halfway point of the 2022 National Football League (NFL) regular season, the players’ statistics have been somewhat cemented. Things in the NFL change rapidly from game to game, but the sample size of touches has reached a point where the consistent players are on top and likely will continue to dominate. It’s a very close year in pretty much every position, and records for overall teams have been far from what was expected since game one.
In October, I created a list of NBA contenders. Now that the NBA season is in full swing, I will look back on my predictions to see where I was correct and where I was wrong.
After an undefeated season, on Nov. 6 the second-ranked Blue Jays Women’s Soccer team captured the 2022 Centennial Conference Tournament Title after beating the Dickinson College Red Devils 4-0. This title is the 13th in school history and the Blue Jays’ 19th Conference championship game.
Top-ranked women’s field hockey faced off against Bryn Mawr College in the Centennial Conference Championship on Nov. 5. The Blue Jays entered the game with a 15–3 record and a chance to advance to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tournament to claim their fourth consecutive Centennial Conference Championship.
If you’re a fan of the Washington Commanders, you probably hate Dan Snyder. If you are a human with a proclivity for human decency, chances are you too will hate the Commanders’ owner after reading this article.
The Johns Hopkins wrestling team opened their season on Oct. 28 by hosting the annual Bradlee’s Brawl in honor of Bradlee Hillier LaMontagne, a former member of the wrestling team before his untimely death in December 2020.
Zero wins. Five losses. Two overtime losses. Infinite frustration. That’s the story of the Vancouver Canucks rough start to the season. Nearly one-tenth of the season elapsed and Vancouver hadn’t won a game. Their negative 12-goal differential, the second-worst mark in the league and lack of wins are bad, but the bad results tell only part of the story.
The current season of the National Football League (NFL) has been a doozy. From feelings of triumph to heartbreak, the past couple of weeks have been a rollercoaster for even the most casual of football fans. After an offseason of many huge changes, it’s expected that predictions for this current season would be off as players are transitioning and getting used to new environments and teams, but I don’t think anyone thought it would be this wild.
The Hopkins water polo team faced off against a familiar foe, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), in the championship game of the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Division-III Eastern tournament. The Blue Jays ultimately secured their 20th CWPA DIII Eastern Championship.
Coming into his freshman year, Danny Wolf fully expected to be playing safety for Hopkins football. After all, he had been playing the position since he was in third grade.
There has never been a closer focus on preventing injuries in the National Football League (NFL). From preventative penalties to independent certified athletic trainers (ATC spotters), the league has made it their priority and practically their mission statement to catch injuries as fast as possible, stop the game and get the player off the field. This was not the case this past week.
In the midst of football season, there haven’t been too many noteworthy stories in the National Basketball Association (NBA). But on Oct. 4, 2022, an event occurred that I believe will dictate the next 10 to 15 years of the NBA landscape.