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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.
This past weekend, both the men’s and women’s cross country teams travelled down to Dickinson College for the Mideast Regional Championship with a chance to advance to the National Championship race on the line.
What were the items in question? A pair of sunglasses and some high-end bags. For this reason, the players were forced to stay under house arrest in their hotel in China while their teammates played a game and traveled back to the United States without them.
This past weekend the Hopkins football team travelled to Westminster, Maryland to take on the McDaniel Green Terror. Tensions were certainly high going into Saturday’s game.
The Hopkins women’s soccer team began their run in the NCAA playoffs with their win in the first round against the College of Staten Island Dolphins.
After winning their fifth Centennial Conference title since 2011, the Blue Jays’ women’s volleyball team headed to Stevenson, Md. this past weekend to compete in the NCAA Division-III Women’s Volleyball Championship.
Roy Halladay was undoubtedly one of the most definitive pitchers of the 2000s, and he is certainly considered an all-time great.
The Hopkins women’s volleyball team had a great weekend, notching two victories and a Centennial Conference Championship for the second year in a row. In the first round of the Conference Tournament, the Jays easily dispatched the McDaniel College Green Terror in three straight sets.
The Hopkins men’s soccer team hosted the Centennial Conference Championship Tournament this past weekend at Homewood Field. On Friday evening, the Blue Jays kicked off their tournament run, taking on the fifth-seeded Dickinson College Red Devils for the second week in a row, this time in the semi-final round of the Conference Tournament.
The 20th-ranked Hopkins football team made a statement this past weekend on Homewood Field. The Blue Jays dominated their Centennial Conference foe, the Juniata College Eagles, from start to finish in a 57-14 victory on their senior day.
This past weekend, the Hopkins men’s wrestling team opened their season at the Messiah Invitational in Grantham, Pa.
This past weekend, the now 11th-ranked Hopkins women’s soccer team split the Centennial Conference Tournament with two thrillers, both of which were decided by penalty kicks.
The newly formed trio of center Karl-Anthony Towns, small forward Andrew Wiggins and guard Jimmy Butler have the upstart Minnesota Timberwolves up at the top of the Conference with perennial powers Golden State and the Houston Rockets.
After finishing the regular season atop the Centennial Conference, the Hopkins women’s field hockey team hosted the Centennial Conference Tournament this past weekend for the first time since 2000.
The stakes were high in the face-off between Hopkins and the 13th-ranked Franklin & Marshall College Diplomats this weekend as the winning team would secure first place in the Centennial Conference and home-field advantage for the entirety of the Conference Playoffs.
The Hopkins women’s soccer team won their ninth and 10th Centennial Conference contests this season after defeating the Gettysburg College Bullets 4-1 on last Wednesday, which they followed up with a 2-0 victory against the Franklin & Marshall College Diplomats on Saturday.
This past Sunday, the Hopkins women’s cross country team traveled to Gettysburg, Pa. for the Centennial Conference Championship.
When fourth-year medical student Jordan Tropf gathered with thousands of other runners for the start of the 17th Annual Baltimore Marathon on Oct. 21, he expected to be competitive and race with the frontrunners. What Tropf did not expect was to win the race by over three full minutes. At his pace, this meant he was over a half a mile in front of the second-place finisher.
For the second straight year, a team broke a 50-plus-year World Series drought, with the Houston Astros beating the Los Angeles Dodgers in a riveting seven-game series. It was the first championship for the Astros, who first joined the MLB as the Houston Colt .45s in 1962.