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March 5, 2021


The Blue Jays' offense could not be stopped Saturday against Juniata.

Football moves to 8-1 with win over Juniata

The Hopkins football team’s regular season is quickly winding down, and the Blue Jays are still vying for a Centennial Conference Championship and a postseason bid. This past Saturday, they hit the road for the final time this regular season to take on the Juniata College Eagles.


The seniors on the field hockey team receive the Centennial Conference Tournament trophy after defeating F&M in penalty strokes.

Field Hockey victorious in Conference Tournament

The 11th-ranked Hopkins field hockey team clinched the program’s first Centennial Conference Championship title in 15 years on Sunday. The Blue Jays headed up to Lancaster, Pa., where the 10th-ranked Franklin & Marshall College Diplomats hosted the Conference Tournament. 

Blue Jay forward Rachel Jackson.

Athlete of the Week: Rachel Jackson

The fourth-ranked women’s soccer team closed out their undefeated regular season Conference schedule with a 5-0 shutout against the Franklin & Marshall College Diplomats. After taking the regular season title, the Blue Jays will host the Centennial Conference Tournament, which will decide who will come out with both a championship and a ticket to continue their season into the NCAA Tournament.

The Hopkins defense forced six turnovers against Muhlenberg.

Football wins against Muhlenberg to move into first in Conference

On Saturday, the Blue Jay football team hosted the Muhlenberg College Mules in quite possibly the most important game on the Centennial Conference schedule this season. With a win, the undefeated Mules would be in prime position to end Hopkins’ eight-year reign atop the Conference. Spoiler alert: that didn’t happen.

Nikola Jokić has led the Nuggets to one of the top spots in the Western Conference.

NBA early season takeaways after one week

The NBA season is officially underway, and everyone is already drawing conclusions about their favorite teams. While some fans are planning their championship tattoos, others are begging their team to start tanking for a high draft pick. Anything can happen during the course of an entire season, but so much has already been revealed in these first weeks.


Senior defender Cole Rosenberger knocks in a goal to help lift the team to a 3-0 shut out against the Bears.

M. Soccer shuts out Ursinus 3-0 in Conference win

Last Saturday, the 13th-ranked Hopkins men’s soccer team played their last scheduled home game on Homewood Field against the Ursinus College Bears. The Jays improved their record to 6-2 in the Conference and 12-3-1 overall, in a clean 3-0 victory against the Bears, who have yet to tally a win on the season. 


Senior forward Kristen Hori was honored, along with her other classmates, for her contributions on and off the field.

W. Soccer beats Ursinus to continue hot streak

The women’s soccer team had their Senior Day game Saturday against the Ursinus College Bears and asserted their dominance for the duration to win 5-1. The last regular season Saturday home game gave the team a chance to honor their six seniors in a ceremony before the game.

Seattle may have an NBA team once again in the near future.

NBA will return to Seattle one way or another

On October 5, two NBA teams competed in Seattle for the first time since 2008. The Golden State Warriors beat the Sacramento Kings 122-94 in KeyArena, the former home of the Seattle SuperSonics. The game was only a preseason game, so in the eyes of many, it didn’t really count for anything. 

Junior goalie Jodie Baris.

Athlete of the Week: Jodie Baris

This past weekend, the Hopkins field hockey team defeated No. 19 ranked Ursinus College by a score of 2-0. The victory continued the team’s undefeated Conference season, while also extending the Jays’ win streak to 10 games. This is their longest win streak since 2008 and their 14-1 record is the best start to a season in school history.

Senior running back Stuart Walters was named Centennial Conference Offensive Player of the Week.

Football defeats Bullets for fifth straight win

This past Saturday, Hopkins hit the road for a Centennial Conference matchup with the Gettysburg College Bullets. It was business as usual for Blue Jays, who picked up right where they left off before their bye week. They picked up their fifth consecutive dominant victory, this time by a score of 51-14 and improved to 6-1 on the season.

The men's team beat Bucknell Saturday, but the women's team fell short.

M. and W. Swimming compete against Bucknell

This past weekend, the men’s and women’s swim teams traveled to Lewisburg, Pa. to go head-to-head against a Division-I opponent: the Bucknell University Bison. Although both the men and the women took first in multiple races throughout the day, only the men’s team came out victorious, while the women just barely fell short. 

Junior runner Samantha Levy.

Athlete of the Week Samantha Levy — women’s cross country

This past weekend, the women’s cross country team dominated the Rowan Inter-Regional Border Battle. They competed against other top Division III teams, including State University of New York at Geneseo, who followed right behind the Jays in second place. The Blue Jays beat Geneseo by 51 points. 

Giannis Antetokounmpo has improved each year he has played in the NBA.

A new NBA season will bring many surprises

Don’t worry everyone, we made it. The NBA season is finally upon us. No longer do we have to keep rewatching House of Highlights clips on Instagram of our various favorite NBA stars. There will no longer be tired conversations of last year’s regular season, playoffs or Finals. Another glorious 1,230 NBA games are on tap to begin this week, and there are a ridiculous number of reasons to be excited. 

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