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Hounds earn three top Patriot League awards

From left to right: Matt Sanchez was named the Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year, Steve Nichols Coach of the Year, Brian Saramago Rookie of the Year.

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Terps survive Michigan, advance to B1G semis

For a second time in seven days the Michigan took UMD to 2OT but the Terps once again game out with the win, this time to move to Big Ten semifinals.

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Blue Jays repeat as Centennial champs

The Johns Hopkins women’s soccer team avenged their only conference loss with a 3-1 win over McDaniel to win repeat as the Centennial conference champions.

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Blue Jays return to Centennial title game

Johns Hopkins advanced to their 13th-straight Centennial Conference championship game with a 3-1 victory over Swarthmore.

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JHU loses shootout in Centennial semis

Shutting out No. 8 Franklin & Marshall wasn’t enough for Johns Hopkins as they fell 4-3 in the penalty shootout in the Centennial Conference semifinals.

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Mustangs fall 3-0 to Arcadia in MACC semis

Arcadia avenged their loss to the Mustangs earlier in the season with a 3-0 victory. Stevenson, however, has a chance to play in the ECAC D3 Championships.

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Hounds clinch playoff bye with Senior Day win

Loyola continues their tremendous turnaround with a 1-0 victory over Colgate on Senior Day they clinched the No. 2 seed in the Patriot League tournament.

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Retrievers fall 3-0 to Vermont on Senior Day

UMBC was eliminated from postseason contention with a 3-0 loss as their offense continues to struggle and Vermont’s counter caused them trouble all game long.

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Collins scores lone goal in JHU’s 1-0 win

Drew Collins scored what would prove to be the game-winner in the first half as Johns Hopkins topped Washington College 1-0 in their regular season finale.

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Four second half goals power JHU past Bullets

While Johns Hopkins controlled possession throughout against Gettysburg, the flood gates opened for them in the second half as they scored four goals for a 4-0 victory.

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