Johns Hopkins spring sports in review

Highlights, Records, Milestones

  • Senior Andrew Carey won the 800-meter finals at the NCAA outdoor track & field championships with a time of 1:50.62, making him the first-ever NCAA champion in an individual event in the sport's history at Johns Hopkins. He also set the school record in the preliminaries, with a time of 1:49.67. Carey is the first-ever 2x All-American in men's track & field history.


  • The new shielded Blue Jay logo was developed to align with the university identity.

  • 2x All-American Taylor D'Amore finished her career at Hopkins as the women's lacrosse program's all-time leader in assists (161), draw controls (240), and games started (72) and was second all-time in career points (303). This season, she led the nation in points per game (5.25) and assists per game (2.65).

  • This spring, teams played in 14 states—California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Virginia—and Washington, D.C.

  • 2,846 miles = Distance the JHU track team traveled to Palo Alto, Calif., in April for the Stanford Invitational.

  • 9,553 = Attendance for the JHU vs. Maryland men's lacross game at Homewood Field [The season high]

  • Head baseball coach Bob Babb won his 1,000th game this season, against St. Joseph's Long Island.

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