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May 30, 2024


Baseball squad leaps to #5 national rank

The Hopkins baseball team returned to the JHU Baseball Diamond this past Friday to take on Dickinson for the second time this season. The Blue Jays offense was on point smashing 14 hits, with the defense and pitching following suit. The Blue Jays defeated Dickinson 10-1 and recorded their thirteenth straight victory.

Track teams compete in Duke Invitational

Both the Hopkins men and women’s track and field teams participated in the Duke Invitational meet this past weekend against talented, mostly Division I competition. However, the Hopkins team ran extraordinarily fast and posted superb times across the board, including record-breaking performances from both teams. Highlighting the women’s squad was senior Annie Monagle, who ran the nation’s fastest 800-meter time. In a sport that stresses personal achievement, Monagle places more importance on the team and on the success of her teammates.

AOTW- Chris Wilhelm

The Hopkins baseball team is currently on a 16 game win streak after winning all seven games this past week. With two wins over Franklin & Marshall on Saturday, the Blue Jays improve to 22-2 on the season. The team’s success has been boosted by the offensive play from senior, Chris Wilhelm.

M.Tennis records tenth win of season

The men’s tennis team continued their winning fashion last weekend as the eighth-ranked Blue Jays topped Ursinus in Baltimore. This win notched their tenth win of the season and their sixth straight victory.

Palmer gives insight leading up to Albany

Last week, I talked about our tough loss to a surging University of North Carolina team. This week, we had another surging team to play, but this time they were coming to Homewood Field. We got home late Saturday night from North Carolina, had Sunday off to rest and relax our bodies, but then it was right back to work Monday for the “Friday Night Lights” game.

W. Tennis remains perfect in conference

The Hopkins women’s tennis team enjoyed a successful weekend in their games against Ursinus and Haverford. Winning both matches, Hopkins brought their record up to 10-2. The squad is undefeated (5-0) in the Centennial Conference.

W.Lax chased away by tough Gator squad

Third-ranked University of Florida used scoring runs of 7-1 and 7-2 to pull away from 17th-ranked Hopkins Saturday afternoon in American Lacrosse Conference action at Disney Stadium.

Baseball win streak now at eleven straight

The Hopkins baseball team opened up Centennial Conference play this past Saturday against Haverford. This was a highly anticipated matchup between two nationally ranked teams. Last year, the Fords beat Hopkins three times, including a defeat in the Centennial Conference Tournament. The Blue Jays were looking for revenge against the Fords, while the Fords sought to continue their fourteen game win streak.

Men's Tennis blows by ranked competition

“We have a lot of young talent and we are hungry,” sophomore men’s tennis player Erik Lim said. This hunger was evident during the teams past eventful weekend of play, as the Jays competed on both Saturday and Sunday against Swarthmore and Carnegie Mellon, respectively. Hopkins finished triumphantly in both contests due to various team and individual performances.

Track opens outdoor season with success

Last weekend, as it finally started to feel like spring, the Hopkins men’s and women’s track and field teams started their outdoor season. After a very successful winter, expectations were high for both men and women at the Maryland Invitational.

W.Tennis serves up opponents

The Hopkins women’s tennis team has certainly started the season off with a bang, winning the National Indoor Tennis Championship and holding the national #1 ranking. With their championship win behind them, the Lady Jays took on Centennial Conference foe Bryn Mawr College this past weekend, and another school with a great engineering reputation, Carnegie Mellon University.

Men's Tennis swats away top opponents

While most Hopkins students were home enjoying a well-deserved, relaxing spring break, the Hopkins men’s tennis team began the first stretch of their season as they traveled to San Antonio, Texas during the week to take on two opponents. Many of the players on the team have been essential in securing a strong 6-2 record to start the season.

M.Lacrosse rebounds, knocks off Virginia

The Jays kicked off their school vacation by heading up north for their first out of state game. Unable to find success against their long time rival in the Carrier Dome, Hopkins fell to Syracuse, 13-8. However after a week of practice, the Jays would end their break on a high note, powering through Virginia, 15-8 this past Saturday.

Baseball soars to 17th in national rankings

Joining the waves of spring breakers, the baseball team traveled down to Fort Myers, Fla. to embark on a spring training trip, playing a total of 10 games. The team’s intention going into the week was to use the warm weather to work out a few kinks and to get ready for upcoming conference play. The Jays surpassed their initial intentions and found themselves ranked amongst the best teams in the country. According to, the Jays are 17th in the nation with a 14-2 record. This was brought on by the 9-1 record the Jays boasted in Florida, defeating some of the best teams from around the country. The 14-2 record is the best season start for the Hopkins since 2004.

AOTW- Paul Marcello

In his first three years at Hopkins, senior wrestler Paul Marcello had fallen short of his goal to win an NCAA tournament match. After winning the 141-pound regional title on March 2, Marcello qualified for his fourth consecutive trip to the NCAA Division III Wrestling Championship, as the fifth seed in the country.

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