Johns Hopkins Fall Ball Tournament Recap

October 14, 2013

Johns Hopkins and Homewood Field was the home for a fall ball tournament that featured four teams with a wide range of ability and name recognition. On a dreary day Johns Hopkins, Fairfield, Rutgers and UMass took part in the day’s scrimmages, as players finally got to take on someone other than their own teammates.   Hopkins-Umass The first scrimmage of the day featured Johns Hopkins versus UMass. Rain fell…


Hopkins Looking for More in 2014

October 11, 2013

Hopkins fans expected more last year, and were terribly let down. The Blue Jays missed the post season for the first time ever since the NCAA tournament was set up in 1971. Not only in the stands and couches at home but, also in the locker room, and coach’s offices there was a level of frustration that JHU has not dealt with before. With some big losses to Princeton, Albany,…


Hopkins Hot Streak Surges Past Cavaliers

March 24, 2013

Photo: Maryland Sports Insider The Johns Hopkins Blue Jays scored nine goals in a row to pace their victory over the Virginia Cavaliers on Saturday, 15-8. Rex Sanders, Wells Stanwick and Ryan Brown combined for nine goals for the Jays. Goaltender Pierce Bassett also made 16 saves and allowed just eight goals from Virginia. For the Cavs, Mark Cockerton picked up four goals and Charlie Streep two while Nick O’Reilly…


NCAA: Hopkins Faces UMBC

March 7, 2013

#6 Johns Hopkins vs. UMBC – When you go 3-0 to start the season, you’re ego will be standing on top of a mountain, which makes it vulnerable to come crashing down. In Hopkins case, that’s what happened after they dropped a heart breaker to the Princeton Tigers 11-8. It was the first time the Blue Jays hadn’t scored double digits and let up double digit goals. Having your world…


NCAA: Princeton Faces Hopkins

February 28, 2013

#3 Johns Hopkins (3-0) vs. #13 Princeton (1-0) 3/1/2013 The Blue Jays have dominated their opponents so far this season, scoring 14.6 goals a game, letting up only 6.6 points and winning by an average of 8. They are strong and fast in the transition part of the game, making it easy for their defense. Zach Palmer (4G, 7A) has been hiding somewhat this season, although he and Brandon Benn…


Hopkins Gets First Win Over Siena; High Point Gets First Ever Win

February 10, 2013

John Hopkins controlled Siena through out the course of the game; midway through the third quarter, Hopkins scored 4 goals in a span of 3 minutes to secure their lead. Give credit to Siena, in the first half, they had figured out how to stop the Hopkins scoring attack. They did this by slowing up the pace of the game. Siena did not let Hopkins gets into their offensive strategy….


NCAA: Delaware Wins Opner, Siena Faces Hopkins

February 6, 2013

Delaware had a roller coaster season last year and left spectators only guessing what will their next move would consist of.  This year started in a good direction.  Delaware had beat new comer High Point 12-10. This season opener should have not been a surprise for fans. The blue Hens have been consistent with season openers; winning 11 straight openers. This win was a team effort.  Eric Smith, Nick Diachenko,…