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After their comeback victory last Tuesday night against the Ursinus College Bears, the Hopkins women’s basketball team carried their first-round momentum into the next three days of training. Despite fighting mental fatigue and physical injuries throughout the week, the Blue Jays felt prepared going into their matchup against the first-seeded Gettysburg College Bullets Friday night. The Jays were especially motivated to take down the Bullets after their season-ending loss to them in the Tournament last year.
On Wednesday, Jan. 31, the Hopkins women’s basketball team traveled to Gettysburg, Pa. to take on the Gettysburg College Bullets for the second time this season.
This past weekend, the Hopkins wrestling team travelled to York, Pa., for the New Standard Corporation Invitational. The Blue Jays ended the day with a 10th-place finish at the 17-team tournament.
The Hopkins men’s basketball team has had five consecutive victories to start off the 2017-2018 season. The highlights include a first-place finish in the Rhodes Tip-Off Tournament and a 72-46 win against the McDaniel College Green Terror in the Blue Jays’ Centennial Conference opener.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Last Saturday afternoon, the eighth-ranked Hopkins women’s soccer team came back from an early 1-0 deficit to defeat their Centennial Conference opponent, the Haverford College Fords, 3-1.
On June 16, 2017 Hopkins Director of Athletics Alanna Shanahan announced Katherine Bixby as the new Hopkins women’s basketball head coach.
The Blue Jays earned back-to-back field hockey victories last weekend, marking their second straight season opening with two consecutive wins.
Welcome, freshmen! We know that figuring out what classes to take can be difficult and stressful. So here are some suggestions from six upperclassmen.
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.
Due to weather conditions, the doubleheader, originally scheduled for Saturday, was postponed to Sunday, which allowed the Jays an extra day of rest after Friday’s victory against the Franklin & Marshall College Diplomats.
The Blue Jays swept the Haverford Fords in their season’s final doubleheader on Babb Field, finishing the day with a walk-off hit by senior catcher Ryan Orgielewicz.
After splitting with the Muhlenberg Mules the previous day, the Blue Jays returned to Stromberg Stadium to dominate the McDaniel College Green Terror 18-7.
After a 10 a.m. alumni match, the No. 15 ranked Hopkins women’s tennis team fought through the inevitable fatigue to sweep the Bryn Mawr Owls and the No. 24 ranked Christopher Newport Captains.
Last week, the Blue Jays headed down to sunny Fort Myers, Florida to compete in the 2017 Gene Cusic Collegiate Classic. With eight consecutive days of games, including a couple doubleheaders, every Jay was able to see considerable time on the field. Hopkins returned to Baltimore Saturday night with an 8-3 record in Fort Myers and a 14-5 record for their season thus far.