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As a Los Angeles sports fan, I have high expectations for the teams I support. Because I am a fan of the Lakers, Angels and Chargers, I have been thoroughly disappointed by my favorite teams over the last couple of years. With that being said, there is hope for all three of my favorite teams going forward.
The men’s lacrosse team cemented their spot in the Big Ten tournament this past weekend with a victory against the University of Michigan Wolverines on Saturday, thanks to yet another last minute goal by junior attacker Kyle Marr. The Jays take on the University of Maryland Terrapins this coming Saturday, which will determine who gets the No. 1 seed heading into the Big Ten Tournament the following weekend.
With another year of March Madness gone, another year of hope for that perfect bracket has come and gone. In hindsight, there was probably less chance for a perfect bracket this year than any other, with University of Maryland, Baltimore County becoming the first No. 16 seed to ever beat a No. 1 seed and Loyola University Chicago becoming just the fourth ever No. 11 seed to make it to the Final Four.
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.
This past weekend, Hopkins baseball hosted the Baltimore Invitational, with some of the top teams from throughout the East Coast coming to Babb Field to go up against one another.
Coming off a second-place finish at the Eastern Women’s Fencing Conference (EWFC) Championship, the Hopkins women’s fencing team travelled up to Philadelphia, Pa. for the Temple Invitational on Saturday, where they faced off against four top-10 teams.
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.
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.
Out of the eight teams that made it to the division series this year, five of them took part in the playoffs last year, including the American League and National League champions, the Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs, respectively.
The qualification tournament, known as the Hexagonal, started out as poorly as possible for the United States. The top four teams in the group would qualify for at least a playoff spot. All the United States had to do was tie, and they would be guaranteed at least a chance against Australia for the final qualifying position.
Director of Athletics Alanna Shanahan announced on August 28 that the school agreed to a multi-year deal with the Baltimore-based company Under Armour.
The Hopkins football team opened their Centennial Conference play this past Saturday with their second straight nail-biter, this time against the Susquehanna University River Hawks.
This past weekend, the Hopkins men’s soccer team traveled up to Plattsburgh, New York to play in the Best Western Plus Cardinal Classic. Hopkins came into the weekend with a 2-0 record, which they sought to improve as Centennial Conference play draws near.
This past Friday the Hopkins football team opened up their 2017 season against the Washington & Lee University Generals in Lexington, Va. The Generals tested the Jays’ 41-game regular season winning streak, which spans back to the 2012 season.
Welcome to Johns Hopkins University, where people will assume you want to be a doctor and will also butcher your school’s name in ways you would never imagine (no, it’s not John Hopskins). Here are some of my best tips for a fledgling Blue Jay:
The matchup between Hopkins and the University of Maryland Terrapins, known as “The Rivalry,” is the biggest rivalry in all of college lacrosse. Facing off for the first time in 1895, the 115-game series is skewed in favor of the Jays, who hold a 71-43-1 record after this weekend’s loss.
With 42 triple-doubles this year, Westbrook set the single season record, breaking the previous record set by Mr. Triple-Double, Oscar Robertson.
This is due to the fact that while they had a better regular season record last year, the Cleveland Cavaliers and San Antonio Spurs also had record-setting seasons, so people thought those two teams could beat the Warriors in a seven-game series.
This weekend, both the men’s and women’s tennis teams took trips up to Pennsylvania for matches against the Muhlenberg College Mules on Saturday and the Carnegie Mellon University Tartans on Sunday.