The seventh-ranked Johns Hopkins men’s basketball team got back in the win column with a 74-68 win at Ursinus on Saturday afternoon. The Blue Jays led wire-to-wire as they secured the number two seed in the Centennial Conference Tournament.
The top-ranked Swarthmore College men’s basketball team used an 11-0 run early in the second half to break open a close game and the Garnet went on to top seventh-ranked Johns Hopkins, 83-69, at Goldfarb Gymnasium Wednesday evening.
The 15th-ranked Johns Hopkins men’s basketball team got a combined 37 points from junior Conner Delaney and sophomore Braeden Johnson en route to a 76-59 win over Franklin & Marshall Wednesday night. The win was the 100th in the career of head coach Josh Loeffler.
The Johns Hopkins men’s basketball team’s return to Goldfarb Gym was full of highlights as the 16th-ranked Blue Jays beat the Dickinson Red Devils, 78-62. The Blue Jays were coming off a 10-day layoff and it was their first home game in more than a month.
The 13th-ranked Johns Hopkins men’s basketball team got a combined 47 points from Harry O’Neil, Conner Delaney and Tom Quarry but fell to host Stevens, 72-65, in the Ducks’ Holiday Tournament championship game Monday afternoon.
Sophomore Ethan Bartlett posted his first career double double as the 15th-ranked Johns Hopkins men's basketball team handed Gettysburg its first loss of the season, 72-66, Wednesday night at Goldfarb Gym.
Sophomore Tom Quarry erupted for 34 points, including 19 in the first half, to lead the 22nd-ranked Johns Hopkins men’s basketball team to an 82-62 win at McDaniel in both teams’ Centennial Conference opener.
The second-seeded Johns Hopkins men’s basketball team beat Ursinus, 67-60, in the semifinals of the 2019 Centennial Conference Tournament Friday at host Swarthmore. The Blue Jays advance to the championship game for the second straight year.
The Johns Hopkins men’s basketball team hit 14-of-28 three-pointers and never trailed in a 71-67 win over visiting Haverford in the regular season finale for both teams at Goldfarb Gym Saturday evening. This is the third time this season the Blue Jays have hit 14 threes in a game.
Playing old-school basketball, being conservative on both ends of the floor, may have served teams well in the recent past, but the margin of error is getting slimmer, with the new school of thought being to play quick on offense, but slow on defense. Ryan Scott has more in Around the Nation.