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Tuesday night, the women’s basketball team began their playoff run with the hope of extending their three-game winning streak to end the regular season. Hosting their the play-in game, the Jays took on the fifth-ranked Ursinus College Bears in the first round of the Centennial Conference Tournament.
This past weekend, the women’s fencing team hosted the 2018 Eastern Women’s Fencing Conference Championship (EWFC) in Goldfarb Gym, taking second place in the team championship behind only the Stevens Institute of Technology Ducks. The Blue Jays ended their day 6-1, their only loss coming from a close 13-14 matchup against the Ducks.
It was business as usual for the men’s basketball team this past week, as they rounded out the regular season with two wins against Centennial Conference opponents Washington College and Haverford College.
The Hopkins women’s basketball team picked up two wins against the Washington College Shorewomen and the Bryn Mawr College Owls this past week to finish out the regular season. Both of these games were won by two strong, balanced offensive and defensive efforts. The Jays scored over 60 points in each game and held their opponents to under 50.
In the 52nd edition of the Battle of Charles Street, the visiting ninth-ranked Hopkins men’s lacrosse team was unable to repeat the magic from last year’s overtime victory. Falling for the seventh time in the rivalry’s history, the Blue Jays were taken down by the No. 14 Loyola University Maryland Greyhounds 12-5.
The Hopkins men’s basketball team won a thriller on Saturday in their last regular season game in Goldfarb Gym. They upset the 11th-ranked Swarthmore College Garnet 93-91 in double overtime. The weekend victory marked their second double-overtime win against a ranked opponent of the week.
This past weekend, the Hopkins wrestling team headed to Washington & Lee University in Lexington, Va. for the annual Centennial Conference Championship. The Blue Jays placed fifth overall, behind solid performances from junior Isaac Morales, junior Ricky Cavallo and freshman Dominick Reyes.
This past weekend, the Hopkins men’s and women’s track and field teams headed to Boston, Mass. for the Boston University David Hemery Valentine Invitational. During the two days of competition, the Jays saw a variety of strong performances from both the men and the women.
The NBA trade deadline can be compared to the opening of Pandora’s Box. It creates a whirlwind of activity that can turn a professional league on its ear, changing the dynamic of multiple teams.
The 22nd-ranked Hopkins women’s lacrosse team got their 2018 season off to a hot start this past Friday against the Marquette University Golden Eagles.
This past week, the Hopkins women’s basketball team faced two Centennial Conference foes, the Haverford College Fords and the Swarthmore College Garnet.
This offseason’s quarterback carousel will be one of the most eventful in recent memory. With Super Bowl MVPs, Heisman winners and former Pro Bowlers among the quarterbacks potentially on the move, there will be no shortage of headline deals in the coming months.
Last weekend the men’s and women’s swim teams traveled down to Chapel Hill, N.C., for their last shot at qualifying for Nationals. The weekend-long Janis Hape Dowd Carolina College Nike Invitational, hosted by the University of North Carolina (UNC) and Duke University, was highlighted by numerous personal-best performances and NCAA B cuts to cap off the last meet of the regular season.
The men’s basketball team was riding a five-game winning streak as they entered two more Conference games this past weekend. They nipped at the heels of the top two teams in the Centennial Conference, winning in games against the Gettysburg College Bullets and the Dickinson College Red Devils.
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.
Thursday marks the kickoff of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea. Among the 243 athletes representing Team USA are six of the best skaters in the world. The following is a look at the careers of the three men and three women going for singles figure skating gold.
The Hopkins wrestling team rounded out their Centennial Conference schedule this past weekend in their final dual meet. The team faced two Conference foes: the United States Merchant Marine Academy and the 17th-ranked Stevens Institute of Technology, who currently lead the Conference standings.
Last weekend, the Hopkins men’s and women’s track and field teams competed in the Frank Colden Invitational in Collegeville, Pa. The Blue Jays had a combined six first-place finishes, with both teams contributing three apiece.
There was no rest for the Hopkins wrestling team this Intersession. The team got back from an almost month-long break to enter the meat of their schedule: Centennial Conference action.