Johns Hopkins Athletics
We first fielded a men's lacrosse team in 1883, seven years after the founding of the university.
Since then, the Blue Jays have won 44 national titles, including nine since men’s lacrosse became an NCAA sport. But the Blue Jays are not just about lacrosse. The university fields 24 varsity teams that routinely qualify for NCAA championship play. Beyond the varsity squads, many students get in the game through the university’s 11 intramural sports, including 3-on-3 basketball, flag football, and wallyball. There’s also an array of club sports, ranging from badminton and Brazilian jujitsu to water polo and wrestling.
Division I teams
Men’s Lacrosse, Big Ten
Women’s Lacrosse, Big Ten
Division III Teams - Centennial Conference
Men’s & Women’s Basketball
Men’s & Women’s Cross Country
Men’s & Women’s Soccer
Men’s & Women’s Tennis
Men’s & Women’s Track (indoor & outdoor)
Division III teams - Other Conferences or Independent
Men’s Fencing, Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Fencing Association
Women’s Fencing, Eastern Women’s Fencing Conference
Men’s and Women’s Swimming, independent Water Polo, Collegiate Water Polo Association
Baseball field, named Babb Field at Stromberg Stadium, Homewood Field, the Newton H. White Athletic Center, the Ralph S. O’Connor Recreation Center, and tennis courts on the Homewood campus; and the Denton A. Cooley Center on the East Baltimore campus.
Badminton, Brazilian Jujitsu, Cycling, Field Hockey, Ice Hockey, Men’s Lacrosse, Men’s Soccer, Men’s Squash, Men’s Rugby, Men’s Ultimate, Men’s Volleyball, Outdoors Club (JHOC), Softball, Swimming, Table Tennis, Taekwondo Sport (HST), Taekwondo (T. Kang), Tennis, Water Polo, Women’s Basketball, Women’s Lacrosse, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Squash, Women’s Ultimate, Women’s Volleyball, and Wrestling Club
Aikido, Cricket, Karate, Soccer
Indoor Soccer, Volleyball, 3-on-3 Basketball, Flag Football, Basketball, Wallyball, Soccer, and Innertube Water Polo
Basketball, Soccer, and Softball