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March 3, 2021


Senior Kristen Hori scored the game winning goal against Swarthmore.

W. Soccer improves to 7-0 in Conference play and 13-1 overall

Last year, the women’s soccer team lost to the Swarthmore College Garnet in the finals of the Centennial Conference Playoffs on their very own Homewood Field, and the fallen Blue Jays had to watch their opponents rush the field and hold up the Championship trophy. 


Junior quarterback David Tammaro leads Jays towards victory.

Football beats F&M in commanding fashion

On Saturday, Hopkins traveled to Franklin & Marshall College (F&M) in Lancaster, Pa. to take on the Diplomats, a team against which they carried a five-game winning streak. Both teams entered the Oct. 6 matchup boasting 4-1 records on the season. 

The men's swimming team beat Delaware but lost to host UMBC Saturday.

M. and W. Swimming open season against Division I competition

Last weekend both the men’s and women’s swim teams traveled just down the road to the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), as they had a dual-meet, racing against two Division I competitors: the UMBC Golden Retrievers and the University of Delaware Blue Hens.

Junior midfielder Emily Maheras.

Athlete of the Week: Emily Maheras

This past weekend the Hopkins women’s soccer team defeated the Muhlenberg College Mules, 1-0, and has yet to lose a Centennial Conference matchup. The victory marked the fourth consecutive shutout for the Blue Jays and improved their record to 11-1 on the season.


Brandon Wolfe now serves as a student assistant for the football team after a career-ending concussion.

Pride and poise: my Hopkins football story

I’m going to make a statement that may seem bold, but to those that have had the privilege of being a part of it know that it rings true: There is nothing in this world that compares to Hopkins football. 

Tackling the NFL’s “roughing the passer” controversy

The latest controversy plaguing the NFL is not about the national anthem, cheating or off the field issues. Instead it’s about a rule change. “Roughing the passer” is the name given to the penalty when a player tackles a quarterback too aggressively in an inappropriate manner.

Junior defender Connor Jacobs.

Athlete of the Week - Connor Jacobs

The Hopkins men’s soccer team had a busy week, first travelling to Allentown, Pa. to take on the Muhlenberg College Mules in a Centennial Conference matchup and then hosting the No. 1 ranked team in the country, the Messiah College Falcons. Hopkins was able to even up their Centennial Conference record with a 1-0 win over Muhlenberg on Saturday, thanks to the first goal of the season from junior defender Connor Jacobs.

Adam Jones has likely played his last game as a Baltimore Oriole.

Melancholic anticipation: the modern struggles of an Orioles fan

The MLB postseason is now underway, which means that it is the most exciting time of year for those who love to watch America’s Pastime. I will certainly enjoy watching October baseball, and am eager to see which team will ultimately raise the Commissioner’s Trophy at the end of the World Series. However, this time around, it will be difficult for me to appreciate the end of the season to the extent that I normally would. 

Senior hitter Michelle Abt earned 13 kills and 13 digs against the Fords.

Volleyball has a strong weekend with two victories

The 16th-ranked Hopkins volleyball team brought home a double victory in a busy week that saw them face-off against the Stevenson University Mustangs on Thursday, Sept. 27 and the Fords of Haverford College on Saturday. They dropped just one set over the three-day period.

Rodeos are an exciting blend of masculinity and muscle.

Hopkins can be on the cutting edge by adding a rodeo

Anyone who knows me knows that I’m a cowboy, through and through. I may not have moved to Texas until I was seven, but I come from strong country stock. I love to say ridiculous things like hootenanny and y’all’ll. My senior prom was in a barn. I own a cowboy hat signed by Mike Lee and Justin McBride, two world-famous bull riders.
Junior Austin Gu made it to the semifinals of the ITA Southeast Regional.

Tennis teams close out fall tournament season

This past weekend, both the men’s and women’s tennis teams traveled away from Hopkins to close out their fall seasons. To start, the women headed to Loyola University to participate in the Loyola Invitational. 

The field hockey team is undefeated in Conference play this year.

Field hockey picks up key conference victory

The 17th-ranked field hockey team continues to prove its dominance in the Centennial Conference as it defeated the Haverford College Fords with two first-half goals on Saturday. Although the Fords made the game close in the second half, the Blue Jays finished out the game strong defensively, resulting in a 2-1 final score. 

Michelle Santangelo scored a hat trick in the Jays' 4-1 win on Saturday.

W. Soccer wins against Washington College, continues streak

Women’s soccer continued their hot run, winning both of their matchups last week. This past Saturday, they defeated the Washington College Shorewomen by way of 4-1. The victory pushed the Jays’ win streak to five games, as they have not lost since they played Messiah College on Sept. 5.


Junior quarterback David Tammaro helps team to dominant victory against Dickinson Red Devils.

Football defeats Dickinson in a historic blowout

On a breezy Saturday evening, the Hopkins football team played their third Conference match of the season against the Dickinson Red Devils. Dickinson started with the first possession, but the Jays had flown into Homewood Field ready to compete.
The Jays had impressive performances against Division-I competition.

Cross country teams impress at Coast-to-Coast Battle

This past weekend, both the men’s and women’s cross country teams travelled up to Boston, Mass. for the Coast-to-Coast Battle in Beantown to compete against Division-I competition. Both teams had strong performances, with the men taking 13th out of 23 teams and the women placing 15th out of 24 schools.

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