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Johns Hopkins Blue Jays women's lacrosse

The Johns Hopkins Blue Jays
Founded 1976
University Johns Hopkins University
Conference ALC
Location Baltimore, Maryland
Coach Janine Tucker
Stadium Homewood Field
(capacity: 8,500)
Colors Columbia blue and Black
         

The Johns Hopkins Blue Jays women's lacrosse team represents Johns Hopkins University in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I women's college lacrosse competition. The Blue Jays play their home games at Homewood Field located on the school's Homewood campus in Baltimore, Maryland.

From the team's inception in 1976 through the 1998 season, the Blue Jays women competed at the NCAA Division III level. They switched to Division I starting in the 1999 season. The Blue Jays are currently members of the American Lacrosse Conference.[1]

External links

  • Johns Hopkins Women's Lacrosse

References

  1. ^ Year-by-Year Coaching Records (PDF), Johns Hopkins Women's Lacrosse Record Book, Johns Hopkins University, 2008.


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