Johns Hopkins University

Fall 2008
Vol. 6, No.1

NEWS

Celebrating MacArthur Honors

New Hopkins President Elected

An "Exceptional" Season for Faculty Hiring

Student Voices

AAP Goes Global

Enriching Academics

Villa Spelman 2.0

Homewood Happenings

Faculty Awards

Letters

A Momentous Move-Out, Temporary Digs

>By the Numbers

Homewood Art Workshops

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By the Numbers

Second place is bittersweet. Admirable, but painful in its just-missedness. Last spring, for only the second time, Hopkins' men's lacrosse and baseball teams both advanced to the championships in their tournaments, each beating out top-ranked teams to get there. In the end, the lacrosse team lost to Syracuse 13-10, and baseball dropped its last game to Trinity College 5-4, but a close look at the numbers reveals years of success even without those national titles.

5 Hopkins lacrosse players named to the 2008 USILA All-American team

104 Career goals by midfielder Paul Rabil, the most by any Hopkins midfielder

20 Career-high saves by goalie Michael Gvozden in the championship game (13 got by him)

48,224 Lacrosse fans in attendance to see Hopkins upset top-seeded, top-ranked Duke 10-9 in the semifinals

140 Four-year win total for seniors on baseball team

42 Baseball's total wins in 2008, the most in school history

26 Senior athletes (11 lacrosse, 15 baseball) for whom Commencement was held a day early to allow them to compete in their national tournaments