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For the first time in almost five years, the Hopkins football team lost a regular season game. The unparalleled 45-game regular season winning streak was snapped this weekend in an epic showdown against the Ursinus College Bears, with the Blue Jays falling 21-17 in Collegeville, Pa.
Four weeks into the season, it is hard to say for sure who the favorite is to take home the National Championship, but there are clearly some front-running teams and standout players that have made big impressions early in the season.
Hopkins volleyball continued their explosive start this weekend, with dominant performances against the St. Mary’s College Seahawks, the Bryn Mawr College Owls and the Goucher College Gophers in three sets apiece.
With the NFL’s regular season getting started, let’s take a look at some of the teams sure to keep the League as exciting and dramatic as ever this upcoming season.
As the school year winds down, so does the regular season for the Jays. In last week’s matchups, the Jays defeated the Rutgers University Scarlet Knights 17-9 to clinch a spot in the Big Ten Tournament but fell to crosstown-rivals, the Towson University Tigers, 18-5.
As the Hopkins women’s lacrosse team enters the home stretch of the regular season, their recent victory against Big Ten rival Ohio State was highlighted by the strong performance from junior attacker Emily Kenul.
Rebounding from a tough loss to Big Ten foe Ohio State last weekend, the Hopkins men’s lacrosse team was able to hang on after a second half offensive surge by the Penn State University (PSU) Nittany Lions to emerge victorious in front of a packed crowd at Homewood Field.
After traveling 423 miles to Columbus, Ohio the 11th-ranked Blue Jays men’s lacrosse team faced off against the ninth-ranked Ohio State University (OSU) Buckeyes in Big Ten Conference action. The Blue Jays fell to the Buckeyes in a battle that ended in a score of 13-9.
The start of Conference play is always an exciting time in the world of sports. As the 13th-ranked Hopkins men’s lacrosse team took to Homewood Field to begin Big Ten Conference play against the visiting No. 7 Rutgers University Scarlet Knights, the Blue Jays looked to carry the momentum of last week’s comeback victory against the University of Virginia. The Blue Jays did just that, as they started off Big Ten play with a 12-6 victory.
While most Blue Jays were getting ready to fly the coop for spring break, the men of the Hopkins lacrosse team were hard at work, battling against Atlantic Coast Conference foes, the Syracuse University Orange and the University of Virginia Cavaliers. Driven to the brink on both occasions, the Jays split two overtime matchups, with a loss to the Orange and a victory over the Cavaliers. This brings their record to 5-3.
A strong offensive start and a lockdown performance by the Jays gave the #19 ranked Hopkins women’s lacrosse team their seventh win of the season as they took down the Hofstra University Pride this past Saturday in Hempstead, New York.
It was a rough outing for the Hopkins men’s lacrosse team this past Saturday. Travelling to New Jersey to take on the Princeton Tigers, the Blue Jays struggled to get rolling while the Tigers quickly pounced on the teetering Jays.
Here’s a fun fact: Blue Jays are aggressive and territorial. Here’s another fun fact: Greyhounds are considered by many to be among the top 10 most gentle dog breeds.
This past Saturday, the Hopkins men’s basketball traveled to face off against Centennial Conference rival and the 21st ranked Swarthmore College Garnet at the Swarthmore College Tarble Pavilion. Despite the Jays’ strong start, the Garnet was able to pull away with a 70-48 victory, bettering their record to 19-4 on the season and 13-3 in Conference. Meanwhile, the Blue Jays fell to a still solid 11-5 in the Centennial.
The grapplers of the Hopkins wrestling team were unable to claim victory in their dual meet this past weekend which pitted the Blue Jays against Centennial Conference foes Stevens Institute of Technology (SIT) and Washington and Lee University (W&L) in Lexington, Va.
This is it, the second most important holiday in February for those in a relationship and the most important holiday for the rest, the second biggest day for food in the U.S. and one of the most watched sporting events in the world, the Super Bowl.
The Hopkins Football team continued their undefeated record this season, with a 45-10 victory against the Dickinson Red Devils this past Friday. The Jays now hold an impressive 6-0 record.