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Johns Hopkins Announces 2012 Men’s Lacrosse Schedule

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BALTIMORE, MD – Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse coach Dave Pietramala announced the Blue Jays’ 2012 schedule today, complete with eight home games, games in the Konica Minolta Face-Off and Big City Classics and a return to Homewood Field by Army for JHU’s annual Homecoming game. Read More…

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The Art Of The Slide

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Playing the position of defense in lacrosse is based on technique and foot positioning. Defense, particularly in lacrosse, involves adjusting and reacting to the offensive player’s move. The man with the ball always knows his next move. It’s up to the defenseman to catch on to it. If you catch on too late, then you may cost your team a goal. Read More…

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Game Photos: Johns Hopkins vs Georgetown Fall ’11


Play For Parkinson’s showcased a number of high quality games. In one of the matchups we saw Hopkins play G’Town. Both teams played hard til the end. Hopkins stood out with new Chrome facemasks, Carbon Vapors, Huarache 3’s and FLOW. Read More…

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Here's What Happens in California with Mike Gvozden

Former Johns Hopkins goalie Mike Gvozden moved to California after graduation with aspirations of being a Hollywood mainstay. Yet, Gvozden didn’t want to make it in the business without getting his feet wet in personal projects. Keep Reading…

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Johns Hopkins’ Nike Huarache III Cleats

Nike debuted the Huarache III cleats this weekend in great fashion. The UVA and Syracuse versions definitely made one’s eyes pop, but Johns Hopkins’ were as cool as ice. Keep Reading…

Johns Hopkins Unveils New Helmet for NCAA Tournament

The Johns Hopkins lacrosse team will certainly look fly when they take on Hofstra Noon Saturday. Eamon McAnaney tweeted this pic of Hopkins during their practice unveiling the wing decal. Keep Reading…

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Johns Hopkins’ Zach Palmer’s Behind-the-Back Goal

The Canuck, Zach Palmer, ignited one of the many sparks to mark Hopkins’ comeback Saturday night in College park, Md. He placed a btb top shelf from 10 yards out. Major skills in the 107th meeting between Hop and Maryland. Keep Reading…

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Hopkins Blue Jay Gets Laid Out!

Hopkins Blue Jay Gets Laid Out!

Greeley of Johns Hopkins gets taken off his feet by Virginia’s Lovejoy on Homewood field. Haven’t seen a hit like this in awhile. View Hit…

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K18 Gloves: Tried and Trusted

You may have noticed that the JHU Blue Jays were sporting White/Silver K18 gloves last weekend in an OT loss to Syracuse. The gloves looked pretty sharp, but they didn’t make the switch for aesthetics alone. Last week a Hopkins middie broke his hand during practice using another pair of gloves (yet to be determined).

Johns Hopkins Announces Plans to Build $10 Million Cordish Lacrosse Center

Johns Hopkins Announces Plans to Build $10 Million Cordish Lacrosse Center

BALTIMORE, MD – Johns Hopkins University President Ronald J. Daniels announced today that the University will break ground in June on the Cordish Lacrosse Center, a $10 million, 14,000-square foot facility that will house the Johns Hopkins men’s and women’s lacrosse programs. The facility, which will be located at the south end of Homewood Field, will be the first of its kind constructed solely for men’s and women’s lacrosse programs.