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Johns Hopkins Blue Jays Lacrosse Tickets
Location: Baltimore, Maryland
Colors: Columbia Blue and Black
Mascot: Blue Jay
Johns Hopkins Blue Jays Lacrosse TicketsJohns Hopkins Blue Jays men's lacrosse team is the most prominent sports team to represent the institution. Founded in 1883, the team has won multiple NCAA Division I tournaments and a number of titles in the pre-NCAA era. Starting from 2015, it has started competing in the Big Ten Conference. Since its foundation 100 years ago, the Blue Jays have claimed 44 national titles, which include 9 NCAA Division I titles, 29 USILL/USILA titles and 6 ILA titles. As part of the lacrosse dynasty, the Lacrosse Museum and National Hall of Fame were located on the campus until 1916. Among the team's most famous lacrosse players is Terry Riordan who scored 184 goals in a career spanning four years between 1992 and 1995. Similarly, Delverne Dressel and Doug Turnbull are two of the six players in college lacrosse history who were nominated as four-time first-team All-Americans. Johns Hopkins Blue Jays Lacrosse tickets are available at StubHub.
Where do the Blue Jays play their home games?Homewood Field, located on the north side of the university campus, serves the Blue Jays lacrosse team. The historic open-air stadium was constructed in 1906 and serves other John Hopkins sports teams as well. The total seating capacity of the field is 8,500. In the past, it has also served as the home ground of the professional MLL team the Baltimore Bayhawks. Fans and students often call it the "Yankee Stadium of Lacrosse."
Who are the biggest rivals of Johns Hopkins Blue Jays?The rivalry between the Blue Jays and the Maryland Terrapins is well-known throughout the college circles. Media outlets have often dubbed the rivalry as one of the greatest rivalries in the history of US sports. Both the teams compete annually for "The Rivalry Trophy" representing a wooden crab. Sports Illustrated has also deemed games between the two as among the best rivalries that match Michigan-Ohio State football competition. Besides Maryland, the competition also heats up whenever the Blue Jays meet other strong contenders like Syracuse and Princeton. For many years, the team has also put up exciting games against Loyola in the "Charles Street Massacre."
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What's the record of Johns Hopkins Blue Jays in the Big Ten Conference?Johns Hopkins Blue Jays joined the Big Ten Conference in 2015. Since joining the league, they shared the title of winning the conference in 2015 with long-time rival Maryland. However, the Blue Jays claimed the tournament by beating Ohio State 13-6 in the final. Their next Big Ten tournament win came in 2018 against arch-rival, Maryland, when the Blue Jays cruised to a 13-10 victory.
Who is the head coach of Johns Hopkins Blue Jays?The legendary Dave Pietramala has coached the Blue Jays since 2001 season. Under his influence, the team won NCAA and Big Ten championships. Regarded as the greatest defenseman in the history of lacrosse, Dave is also the only person who has won NCAA championships both as a player and as a coach. As a member of the U.S. Lacrosse Hall of Fame, Dave Pietramala wanted to go to the University of Maryland but ended up at Johns Hopkins playing lacrosse between 1986 and 1989. He started his career as an assistant coach at Johns Hopkins, the University of Pennsylvania and then Loyola College. After many years as an assistant coach, Dave was appointed the head coach of Cornell University in 1998 before coming back to his alma mater.
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