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November 27, 2020

Sports




ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Jasmine Warmington - Volleyball

A year ago, Hopkins volleyball played the role of underdog. Although the Blue Jays were picked to finish second in the Centennial Conference preseason coaches’ poll in 2011, Hopkins had never won a Centennial title and was last competing for a league crown in 2004— seven years in the making.


Blue Jays race to dominant 2-0 start

A year ago, Hopkins football enjoyed one of their most successful seasons in program history. The Blue Jays hosted a NCAA tournament game, a reward for their undefeated regular season (10-1 overall). But the Blue Jays lost several players from their Centennial Conference title team, including two of the most prolific offensive players in program and conference history in quarterback Hewitt Tomlin and wide receiver Sam Wernick, so no one would have blamed 2012’s version for any early season struggles.


Volleyball off to historic start

The Hopkins women’s volleyball team has started off the season 8-0, the best opening to a season in school history after winning two straight tournaments in consecutive weekends.


W. Soccer ranked third in nation

The Hopkins women’s soccer team, after racing out to a 2-0 start and a number three national ranking, faced a major test on September 5 against number five nationally ranked Messiah in a marquee matchup at Homewood Field.


X-Country wins Metro Invitational

After racing in the NCAA Championship for the first time since 1977, the Hopkins men’s cross country team looked to build on the success of 2011 as they opened the 2012 campaign at the Baltimore Metro Invitational in Cockeysville, Md.


MLB dog days roll into Playoff push

With three weeks remaining in the Major League Baseball season, we take some time to look at how the playoff picture is shaping up. Certain divisions have been locked up for quite some time, but others are far from determining a division winner. This year’s postseason race has become even more intense with the MLB’s addition of a second wild card team.


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