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Mustangs trample Chatham 5-0 in ECACs

Stevenson blew past Chatham in the first round of the ECAC Championships with a 5-0 victory, advance to Sunday’s quarterfinals.

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Hounds end season in Patriot League semis

The Loyola men’s soccer team fall to Colgate 3-1 in the Patriot League tournament, ending their remarkable turnaround season in the conference semifinals.

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Terps advance to 3rd-straight Big Ten title game

The Terps beat Michigan State 2-1 to advance to their third-straight Big Ten Championship game; fifth-straight overall conference championship game.

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JHU W. Soccer to host NCAA Regional

The Johns Hopkins women’s soccer team will host the NCAA Regional for the eighth time in nine-straight tournament trips. They’ll face W. Connecticut St. in round one.

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Mustangs to host first weekend of ECACs

Stevenson women’s soccer will make a postseason appearance for the eighth time in nine years and will host the first two rounds of the ECAC Championship.

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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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