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Johns Hopkins rolls over Cazenovia 104-56

The Blue Jays won but their biggest margin since 1991 as they beat Cazenovia in the first round of the Blue Jay invitational. Will host Cortland in Tuesday’s finals.

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Forced and missed three’s doom JHU

The Johns Hopkins women’s basketball team went just 5-for-23 from 3-point range as they suffered a 71-58 loss to Dickinson on Saturday.

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JHU ends game on 16-0 run to beat F&M

Johns Hopkins trailed almost the entire game but finished the game with a 16-point run over the final five minutes to beat Franklin & Marshall, 70-57.

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Dominant 3rd quarter puts JHU past F&M

After trailing by two point at halftime, the Johns Hopkins women’s basketball team out-scored Franklin & Marshall 23-6 in the third quarter to take control of the game.

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JHU drains 12 three’s to beat Swarthmore

The Johns Hopkins women’s basketball team made 12 3-pointers against the Swarthmore Garnet to earn an 81-69 victory on Thursday night.

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Blue Jays rout McDaniel in Centennial opener

It wasn’t even close. The Johns Hopkins men’s basketball team beat in-state Centennial rival in ever phase of the game to win their conference opener, 84-52.

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Inside-Out effort pushes JHU past McDaniel

Johns Hopkins dominated McDaniel both inside and out, sinking 10 3-pointers and out-scoring the Green Terror in the paint, 28-16 to win their Centennial opener.

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Emory comes back in second half to beat JHU

Johns Hopkins had a nine-point lead at halftime but Emory powered past the Blue Jays with a big third quarter for a 67-63 victory.

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JHU destroys Trinity in the paint to 99-37 rout

The Johns Hopkins women’s basketball team out-scored the Trinity Washington Tigers 66-6 in the paint in a completely one-sided game from start to finish.

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Blue Jays drop opener to Messiah, 86-66

The Johns Hopkins women’s basketball team struggled to defend the three and struggled against Messiah’s pressure defense in a season-opening loss.

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