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It was a jam-packed week for the Hopkins men’s tennis team, which competed in five matches over the course of three days. The Blue Jays took on the McDaniel College Green Terror and the North Carolina Wesleyan College Battling Bishops on April 5; the Gettysburg College Bullets on April 6; and the Muhlenberg College Mules and the Christopher Newport University Captains on April 7.
Last week, the Hopkins baseball team won an impressive four games over the course of just six days, winning two against the McDaniel College Green Terror and two more against the Muhlenberg College Mules.
The most important day in sports has come and gone. Opening Day, the de facto national holiday for millions of Americans, has once again allowed the MLB to explode back onto the sports scene, inserting itself into the daily news cycle once more. With the emergence of the opening weekend, we were afforded our first look at the predicted contenders and stars of 2018.
With the basketball world no longer focused on March Madness, it’s time to center our attention back to the professionals. As the NBA regular season nears its end, its time to look back on many of the exciting storylines and who is in the running for the NBA’s highest awards.
This past weekend, both the men’s and women’s track and field teams competed in the 124th annual Penn Relays Carnival hosted by the University of Pennsylvania at Franklin Field. The Penn Relays is both the oldest and largest relay meet in the world, attracting a crowd of about 100,000 spectators each year.
The Hopkins men’s lacrosse team won a thriller in Piscataway, N.J. against the 10th-ranked Rutgers Scarlet Knights on Easter Sunday night in front of a crowd of over 3,000 fans.
This past weekend, the Hopkins women’s lacrosse team fell to the Northwestern Wildcats in a grueling 11-10 loss. Despite the game’s disappointing finish, the Jays saw impressive performances from a variety of players. Freshman midfielder Shelby Harrison added an additional three draws to her record, landing her just two draws short of the school record for draws by a freshman, while sophomore midfielder Mackenzie Heldberg tallied four goals in the game.
Conference play is officially underway for the Hopkins baseball team. On Saturday, March 31 the Jays took on the Swarthmore College Garnet in a doubleheader. They then returned to Babb Field on Tuesday for the first of what will be a two-game home-and-home series with the McDaniel College Green Terror.
After continuous back-and-forth play, the Hopkins women’s lacrosse team was unable to maintain their lead, letting the 12th-ranked Northwestern University Wildcats go on a four-goal run to win the game 11-10.
Over spring break, the Hopkins baseball team headed down to Fort Myers, Fla. to compete in the Gene Cusic Collegiate Classic. With 10 games in 10 days, including one doubleheader, almost all of the Blue Jays saw time on the field. The Jays won six games and lost four in Florida, which brings them to 10-8 on the season.
Don’t look now, but the Hopkins men’s lacrosse team is scorching hot. The team finished off its non-Conference schedule in style, defeating the University of Delaware Blue Hens and the University of Virginia Cavaliers on its way to capping off a perfect 5-0 month of March.
As the Andy Williams song goes, “It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year.” Contrary to popular belief, when that song was written in 1963, they were talking about the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.
Over spring break, the Hopkins men’s swimming team sent 13 swimmers to the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships at the Indiana University Natatorium in Indianapolis, IN. Throughout four days of competition, the men’s team saw an array of strong performances, resulting in an impressive fourth-place team finish.
While many Hopkins students enjoyed a restful week away from Homewood, the men’s and women’s tennis teams were hard at work hosting their Centennial Conference season openers this past Saturday against the Dickinson College Red Devils. Both teams walked away with a victory to start their season with a perfect 1-0 record in Conference play.
While many students sought warmth during spring break, the men’s and women’s swim teams looked to compete at their last meet of the year at the 2018 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. Gritting through the four-day long competition, both teams displayed impressive performances throughout the week.
One week after their strong performances at the Eastern College Athletic Conference Championships (ECACs), the Hopkins men’s and women’s track and field teams sent 10 athletes to Birmingham, Ala. to compete in the D-III Indoor Track and Field Championships.
This past weekend, the men’s tennis team traveled to Swarthmore, Pa. to take on the Generals of Washington and Lee University. The Blue Jays entered the matchup ranked 18th in the country and the Generals ranked 31st.
The women’s lacrosse team took care of business this past week with two strong showings on Homewood Field. The friendly confines of the home field proved to be too much for visiting programs, as the Jays were able to beat the Boston University Terriers 18-11 last Wednesday and the Hofstra University Pride 15-6 last Saturday afternoon.