Archived articles


Hopkins rolls into NCAA quarterfinals
Published Nov 26, 2023
Fourth-quarter surge lifts Blue Jays to 39-17 win vs. Union and a berth in the NCAA quarterfinals
Computer science
Most valuable program
Published Nov 15, 2023
Students develop tool that weighs eight statistical categories to determine which MLB players have the best chance to win MVP honors
Hopkins alums help O's take flight
Published Oct 5, 2023
Two Whiting School graduates apply their math and analytics backgrounds behind the scenes for the playoff-bound Baltimore Orioles
Club Sports
Dragon Boat Club makes a splash
Published Sept 19, 2023
The club competed in the 12th Biennial Dragon Boat Races in Baltimore's Inner Harbor Sept. 9 and will take to the water again this Saturday in Cumberland, Maryland
Men's lacrosse
Milliman gets contract extension
Published Sept 8, 2023
In his third season as coach, Milliman helped guide Blue Jays to a 12-6 record and a trip to the NCAA quarterfinals
Born to run—and jump
Published Summer 2023
With a year remaining in her college career, JHU junior Victoria Kadiri has already set the record for the most-ever individual national titles by a Blue Jay female student-athlete / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Hopkins earns Directors' Cup
Published June 13, 2023
The award is presented annually to the nation's top collegiate athletics programs
Blue Jays' national title quest comes up just short
Published June 8, 2023
JHU falls 7-6 against Lynchburg, ending a spectacular season one win short of the program's first NCAA championship
No. 1 Hopkins advances to DIII championship series
Published June 6, 2023
The Blue Jays take on Lynchburg in a best-of-three series for the NCAA DIII title
On being Paul Rabil
Published Winter 2022
The recently retired lax legend evangelizes America's oldest sport as the co-founder and president of the Premier Lacrosse League. / Johns Hopkins Magazine