NCAA Sweet Sixteen will not fail to excite

March 27, 2019

In the Round of 32 in this year’s National College Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Basketball Tournament, there was only one upset, and that was No. 5 Auburn University steamrolling No. 4 University of Kansas, so it was not even that surprising ...

Freshman attackman Joey Epstein was Big Ten Freshman of the Week.

M. Lacrosse takes down Delaware, falls to Virginia

March 27, 2019

The men’s lacrosse team wrapped up its non-Conference schedule with home matchups on consecutive Saturdays against the University of Delaware Fightin’ Blue Hens and the University of Virginia (UVA) Cavaliers. The previous Tuesday, the Jays recorded their most convincing victory over the season thus far, with an 11-4 triumph over Mount St. Mary’s University. It was critical for the team to build on this momentum over its next two games.

QB speculation aplenty ahead of the NFL Draft

March 21, 2019

With free agency now under way, the NFL’s quarterback landscape is beginning to take shape. The Joe Flacco and Case Keenum trades to the Denver Broncos and Washington Redskins, respectively, can be made official, and Nick Foles has signed a four-year, $88 million contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars. 

Pull Quote Template 32 (10).png

M. Lacrosse bounces back from loss against Syracuse

March 14, 2019

Coming off back-to-back road victories against the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Tar Heels and the Princeton University Tigers, No. 18 Hopkins traveled to the Carrier Dome on Saturday to play the No. 13 Syracuse University Orange in a renewal of one of the game’s historic rivalries. 


Junior attack Maggie Schneidereith earns Big Ten Offensive honors.

W. Lacrosse extends win streak to four games

March 14, 2019

Another win for the Blue Jays as the women’s lacrosse team faced off against the Hofstra University Pride in New York on Saturday. In their sixth win of the year and their fourth consecutive win, Hopkins won 15-11. Impressive offensive performances by junior midfielder Mackenzie Heldberg and junior attackman Maggie Schneidereith led the way to a great team victory.

Athlete of the Week: Jack Bunting — Baseball

March 14, 2019

The Hopkins baseball team had its second consecutive 3-0 weekend this past weekend. The weekend started on Saturday with a doubleheader against the Elmira College Soaring Eagles. In the first game, the Blue Jays took advantage of a walk-off single by sophomore infielder Matthew Ritchie in the bottom of the 10th inning to win the opener. 

T&F earns five All-American honors at NCAAs

April 4, 2019

The Hopkins indoor track and field teams have trained all year for this one moment: the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division-III Indoor Track and Field National Championships. Hopkins sent eight women and three men to Boston, Mass. to compete in the final and most important meet of the season. 

Freshman Justin Cannedy has two top-eight finishes at NCAAs.

Gu won both his singles and doubles matchups Saturday.

Athlete of the Week: Austin Gu — M. Tennis

March 6, 2019

This past weekend, the Hopkins men’s tennis team travelled to Salisbury, Md. to take on the Salisbury University Sea Gulls. The Blue Jays defeated the Sea Gulls by a score of 7-2, earning their second win of the season.

W. Basketball’s season ends against Scranton

March 6, 2019

After securing an NCAA tournament bid for the first time since 2012, the women’s basketball team played in the first two rounds of the tournament this weekend. Although Hopkins scored a resounding victory in the first round, the Blue Jays fell in the second round to the University of Scranton Lady Royals, ending their tournament run. 

Machado and Harper find homes, but what now?

March 6, 2019

A couple of players just got a whole lot richer and two fan bases are about to enjoy their season considerably more. The two most sought after free agents in recent history, third baseman/shortstop Manny Machado and outfielder Bryce Harper, whose negotiations dragged well into spring training, finally found a home this past week. 

Keith Allison/CC BY-SA 2.0
Machado (right) and Harper (left) will look to elevate their new teams.

Zou earned Centennial Player of the Week for her performance.

M. and W. Tennis open up regular season play

March 6, 2019

This past weekend, both Hopkins tennis teams played matches on the road, as the men traveled to Salisbury, Md., while the women headed to Annapolis, Md. While the No. 21-ranked men defeated the Salisbury University Sea Gulls 7-2, the women lost to the United States Naval Academy 5-2.

Athlete of the Week: Caelyn Reilly

February 28, 2019

This past weekend, the Hopkins women’s track and field team competed at the Centennial Conference Indoor Championships hosted by Franklin and Marshall College. The Jays dominated the competition, clinching their ninth consecutive Conference Championship.

Despite falling to Haverford, the team’s season isn’t over just quite yet.

W. Basketball loses, but makes D-III Tournament

February 28, 2019

It was a defensive battle between the Blue Jays and the Haverford College Fords as the two teams traveled up to Gettysburg, Pa. to face off in the semifinal round of the Centennial Conference tournament. The No. 2 seed Hopkins women’s basketball team dropped a tight battle against No. 3 seed Haverford College.

Should Zion Williamson return after knee injury?

March 3, 2019

In my opinion, the rivalry between Duke University and University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill’s basketball teams may be the best in all of sports. The two teams play each other at least twice per year — three times if we’re lucky — and their matchups never disappoint. That was until last Wednesday, in the game when Zion Williamson, the Blue Devils’ once-in-a-generation phenom, was set to leave his mark on the rivalry at Cameron Indoor Stadium.

Pull Quote Template 29.png

Giannis still leads the NBA’s MVP race (for now)

February 28, 2019

With about 20 games remaining for most of the teams in the NBA, the MVP discussions have begun to heat up, and three top candidates have separated themselves from the field as leading candidates for the award. The three leading the way are Giannis Antetokounmpo, Paul George and James Harden.