Archived articles


Dan Wodicka named head coach
Published Feb 1, 2024
Former standout wide receiver for the Blue Jays has spent the past two seasons as the team's defensive coordinator
Student spotlight
Balancing act
Published Jan 18, 2024
Hopkins nursing student Meldrick Umahon is also a Baltimore Ravens stunt team member
JHU coach Greg Chimera accepts new position at Penn
Published Jan 4, 2024
Chimera, whose teams compiled a 40-7 record in four seasons, will be Quakers offensive coordinator
Playing defense against concussions
Published Winter 2023
JHU sophomore Carter Hogg founded a company to create a piece of protective equipment that reduces the risk of concussion / Johns Hopkins Magazine
JHU's Schuermann up for national honor
Published Dec 5, 2023
Luke Schuermann is one of 16 finalists for the William V. Campbell Trophy, presented annually to one player for academic achievement, football performance, and leadership
Late field goal ends JHU's playoff run
Published Dec 3, 2023
Randolph-Macon escapes with a 39-36 win in battle of unbeatens; Hopkins matches program record with 12 wins
Student support
Partnership helps food pantry address an often unseen need
Published Nov 18, 2022
Grad student Alan Gorny and more than 30 other members of the JHU football team have volunteered their time over the past nine months to help revitalize the Hopkins Food Pantry
College football
A deep south tradition, born in Baltimore
Published Oct 2, 2020
On Oct. 3, the Georgia and Auburn football programs will renew their historic rivalry, which effectively gave rise to big-time college sports below the Mason-Dixon Line. Two Johns Hopkins alums made it all happen.
Hopkins bounces back, blanks Moravian
Published Sept 23, 2019
QB David Tammaro totals four TDs, Blue Jays defense limits Greyhounds to 132 yards in 41-0 victory
Susquehanna rally stuns Blue Jays
Published Sept 16, 2019
River Hawks come back from 17-point deficit for 28-27 win, spoiling JHU's home-opener