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CENTERVILLE, Ma. - Senior Erica Suter continues to collect postseason awards as she was named the ECAC South Region Player of the Year as well as a NSCAA College Division Scholar All-American. Senior Jessica Hnatiuk and freshman Hannah Kronick joined Suter on...
Johns Hopkins women's soccer standouts Erica Suter and Jessica Hnatiuk were named to the d3soccer.com All-America Team today.
LANCASTER, PA - Senior Erica Suter has been named the Centennial Conference Women's Soccer Player of the Year while head coach Leo Weil received his second Coach of the Year honors from the conference. Suter was one of six Blue Jays to earn all-conference...
BALTIMORE, MD - After capturing its seventh-straight and 10th overall conference title, the fourth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's soccer team was chosen as the host of the first two rounds of this year's NCAA tournament beginning on Saturday, November 12th.
BALTIMORE, MD - The Johns Hopkins women's soccer team jumped up another spot in the weekly NSCAA National Poll after another 2-0 week to remain one of six teams left in Division III women's soccer without a loss.
BALTIMORE, MD - The Johns Hopkins women's soccer team remains as the fifth-ranked team in the Division III soccer after another perfect week that included wins over TCNJ and HAverford.
BALTIMORE, MD - After another impressive 2-0 on the field, the fifth ranked Johns Hopkins women's soccer team will travel to Ewing, NJ to face #11 TCNJ on Wednesday before heading to Haverford to take on Centennial Conference foe in a battle of CC unbeatens...
BALTIMORE, MD - The #5 Johns Hopkins women's soccer team remained undefeated this past week with a thrilling 3-2 win over Swarthmore. The win helped the Blue Jays to move up to the fifth spot in the NSCAA poll this past week.
BALTIMORE, MD - The Johns Hopkins women's soccer team improved to 8-0 on the season after two more shutouts last week.
BALTIMORE, MD - Johns Hopkins women's soccer remains undefeated after beating Stevenson at home on Thursday and Centennial Conference opponent, Washington, Saturday on the road.
Johns Hopkins finished last week with a perfect 2-0 record after claiming the Drew Fall Festival tournament crown on Sunday afternoon. The Blue Jays were led offensively by senior Erica Suter who had five of the team's 10 goals.
The Johns Hopkins women's soccer team is the overwhelming favorite to capture its seventh straight and tenth overall Centennial Conference title in a preseason poll of the conference coaches. Hopkins took the top spot with a total of 99 points and nine...
The Johns Hopkins women's soccer team entered the 2010 season with expectations higher than ever. The 2009 Blue Jays finished with a program-record 19 wins (19-4-0), their fifth straight Centennial Conference championship and advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight...
The Blue Jays host 18th-ranked TCNJ on Wednesday at 7pm in non-conference action, before traveling to Centennial Conference opponent Bryn Mawr on Saturday at 1 pm.
JHU will play a pair of conference contests this week. The Blue Jays will square off against Franklin & Marshall on Wednesday at Homewood Field at 7pm, before traveling to Muhlenberg on Saturday for a 4 pm meeting against the Mules.
The Blue Jays travel to Gettysburg on Saturday for a Centennial Conference matchup at 7 pm. Hopkins is 9-2-0 (3-1 CC) on the year, while the Bullets are 7-3-0 (3-1 CC).
Johns Hopkins went 2-0 last week with victories against St. Mary's (Md.) and Swarthmore, extending its winning streak to six straight games. The Blue Jays are 8-1 on the year and
Johns Hopkins posted a 2-0 record last week with shutout victories over Stevenson and Washington. The Blue Jays defeated Stevenson, 2-0, on Wednesday before topping Washington, 7-0, on Saturday in its Centennial Conference opener.
Johns Hopkins finished last week with a 2-1 record, including a dramatic 3-2 come-from-behind victory over 22nd-ranked Wittenberg.
After advancing further than any team in program history by reaching the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament in 2009, the Johns Hopkins women's soccer team is hoping to build on last season's success and once again make a deep run into the postseason.