History


Johns Hopkins - 2014 NCAA Final Four

 

 

Champions

Year Champion Head Coach Final Site
2017 Swarthmore Todd Anckaitis tied Johns Hopkins, 2-2 (PK: 3-1) Johns Hopkins
2016 Johns Hopkins Leo Weil d. McDaniel, 3-1 McDaniel
2015 Johns Hopkins Leo Weil d. Swarthmore, 2-1 (OT) Swarthmore
2014 Swarthmore Todd Anckaitis tied Johns Hopkins 2-2 (PK: 5-4) Gettysburg
2013 Johns Hopkins Leo Weil d. Haverford, 2-0 Johns Hopkins
2012 Haverford Jamie Gluck d. Johns Hopkins, 2-1 Johns Hopkins
2011 Johns Hopkins Leo Weil d. Gettysburg, 2-0 Johns Hopkins
2010 Johns Hopkins Leo Weil d. Dickinson, 3-0 Dickinson
2009 Johns Hopkins Leo Weil d. Dickinson, 1-0 Muhlenberg
2008  Johns Hopkins Leo Weil tied Dickinson, 0-0 (PK: 4-2) Johns Hopkins
2007  Johns Hopkins Leo Weil d. Ursinus, 2-0 Johns Hopkins
2006  Johns Hopkins Leo Weil d. Swarthmore, 1-0 Johns Hopkins
2005  Johns Hopkins Leo Weil d. Dickinson, 2-0 Dickinson 
2004  Gettysburg Todd Wawrousek d. Johns Hopkins, 4-3 Gettysburg
2003  Muhlenberg Leslie Benintend d. Gettysburg, 1-0 Muhlenberg
2002  Johns Hopkins Leo Weil d. Gettysburg, 3-0 Muhlenberg
2001  Muhlenberg Leslie Benintend d. Johns Hopkins, 1-0 Muhlenberg
2000  Muhlenberg Leslie Benintend    
1999 Gettysburg Todd Wawrousek    
1998 Gettysburg Todd Wawrousek    
1997  Johns Hopkins Leo Weil    
1996 Johns Hopkins Leo Weil    
1995 Haverford Wendy Smith    
1994 Gettysburg Todd Wawrousek    
1993 Gettysburg Todd Wawrousek    

 

Individual Single-Game Records

Goals: 4, eleven players. Last: Hannah Kronick, Johns Hopkins vs. Haverford, Oct. 13, 2012
Goals by a Freshman: 4, five players. Last: Carah Medill, McDaniel vs. Bryn Mawr, Oct. 7, 2000
Consecutive Games with a Goal: 16, Meg Van de Loo, Johns Hopkins, Sept. 17 through Nov. 13, 2016
Assists: 5, Lynnae Stoehr, McDaniel vs. Bryn Mawr, Oct. 27, 1996
Assists by a Freshman: 4, Jess Troutman, Ursinus vs. Immaculata, Sept. 20, 1999
Points: 10, Kim Lane, Johns Hopkins at Washington, 9-15-07 (3g, 4a)
Points by a Freshman: 9, Alyssa Carlow, Dickinson vs. Washington College, Oct. 14, 2000
Shots: 19, Michele Theroux, Bryn Mawr vs. Gallaudet, 10-22-05 
Saves: 32, Sarah Kephart, McDaniel vs. Haverford, Oct. 23, 1993
Saves by a Freshman: 25, Susan Palmer, Dickinson vs. Elizabethtown, Sept. 3, 1997 

MISCELLANEOUS

Fastest Goal, Start of Game:
0:13, Sydney Teng, Johns Hopkins vs. Rensselaer, Sept. 2, 2011
0:31, Molly Kettlewell, Muhlenberg vs. Bryn Mawr, Oct. 8, 1996

Fastest Consecutive Goals, Same Player
0:10, Meg McIntosh, Johns Hopkins vs. Muhlenberg, Sept. 25, 2004
0:19, Allie Zazzali, Johns Hopkins vs. Franklin & Marshall, Oct. 13, 2010

Fastest Consecutive Goals, Same Team
0:10, Meg McIntosh, Johns Hopkins (both) vs. Muhlenberg, Sept. 25, 2004
0:15, Jackie Vanderstreet and Lindsay Gehrke, Muhlenberg vs. McDaniel, Oct. 31, 1998 

Fastest Consecutive Goals, Opposing Teams
0:12, Stacy Voegeli, DeSales; Alyssa Carlow, Dickinson, Sept. 6, 2003
0:29, Amy Montalbano, Dickinson; Heather Rice, Franklin & Marshall, Oct. 3, 2001
0:34, Alissa Desiderio, Misericordia; Angela Neff, Muhlenberg, Nov. 3, 1999

Fastest Hat Trick, Same Player
1:36, Valerie Patriarca, Muhlenberg vs. Bryn Mawr, 2007

 

Wins over Non-CC Top-10 Ranked Opponents since 2002 (13)

  • Johns Hopkins d. #4 TCNJ, 1-0, September 12, 2018 (Baltimore, Md.)
  • Johns Hopkins d. #9 Thomas More, 1-0, November 23, 2014 (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
  • Johns Hopkins d. #10 TCNJ, 2-1, September 13, 2014 (Baltimore, Md.)
  • Johns Hopkins d. #8 Montclair State, 2-1, August 29, 2014 (St. Mary's City, Md.)
  • Johns Hopkins d. #5 Carnegie Mellon, 3-2, September 8, 2013 (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
  • Johns Hopkins d. #1 Messiah, 2-1, September 4, 2013 (Grantham, Pa.)
  • Johns Hopkins d. #5 Lynchburg, 3-1, November 17, 2012 (Grantham, Pa.)
  • Haverford d. #10 Eastern Connecticut, 2-1, September 10, 2011 (Purchase, N.Y.)
  • Johns Hopkins d. #10 Lynchburg, 1-0, September 6, 2009 (Baltimore, Md.)
  • Johns Hopkins d. #8 Washington (Mo.), 1-0, September 5, 2009 (Baltimore, Md.)
  • Johns Hopkins d. #10 Virginia Wesleyan, 1-0, November 16, 2008 (Baltimore, Md.)
  • Swarthmore d. #1 TCNJ, 4-3, September 17, 2008 (Ewing Twp., N.J.)
  • Johns Hopkins d. #5 Oneonta, 1-0, September 2, 2006 (Virginia Beach, Va.)

 

Games Involving Two Ranked CC Teams since 2002 (6)

  • #4 Johns Hopkins d. #22 Swarthmore, 2-1, October 13, 2018 (Swarthmore, Pa.)
  • #22 McDaniel d. #16 Johns Hopkins, 3-2, October 25, 2016 (Westminster, Md.)
  • #11 Johns Hopkins d. #14 Dickinson, 3-0, November 7, 2010 (Carlisle, Pa.)
  • #12 Johns Hopkins d. #20 Swarthmore, 1-0, September 26, 2009 (Swarthmore, Pa.)
  • #11 Johns Hopkins d. #23 Swarthmore, 2-0, October 14, 2017 (Baltimore, Md.)
  • #21 Swarthmore tied #10 Johns Hopkins, 2-2, OT, Sunday, November 5, 2017 (Baltimore, Md.)

 

Three and Four-Time All-Centennial Selections (26)

Since 1993, there are 17 players who have been named first-team All-Centennial three times:

  • Wendy Elles, Gettysburg, B, 1993-94-95
  • Erin Murphey, McDaniel, F, 1995-96-97
  • Celina Boer, Muhlenberg, F, 1996-97-98
  • Lauren Frankford, Gettysburg, B, 1997-98-99
  • Beth Blasi, McDaniel, M, 1997-98-99
  • Rashmi Roy, Johns Hopkins, B, 1998-99-00
  • Jill Minger, Johns Hopkins, M, 2000-01-02
  • Jenny Line, Gettysburg, M, 2002-03-04
  • Katie Myers, Gettysburg, F, 2004-05-06
  • Lisa Nichols, Dickinson, F, 2005-06-07
  • Megan Colombo, F, Swarthmore, 2007-09-10
  • Erica Suter, F/M, Johns Hopkins, 2008-10-11
  • Jessica Hnatiuk, B, Johns Hopkins, 2009-10-11
  • Amanda McGowan, GK, Franklin & Marshall, 2011-12-13
  • Hannah Matlack, Dickinson, B, 2013-14-15
  • Hannah Lichtenstein, Swarthmore, F, 2014-15-16
  • Marin McCoy, Swarthmore, F, 2015-16-17

There are nine players who has been named first-team All-Centennial four times:

  • Heather Rice, Franklin & Marshall, M, 1999-2000-01-02
  • Alyssa Carlow, Dickinson, F, 2000-01-02-03
  • Dawn Iberer, Muhlenberg, F, 2000-01-02-03
  • Becky Armstrong, Muhlenberg, F, 2001-02-03-04
  • Cait Mullarkey, Swarthmore, B, 2005-06-07-08
  • Jenn Paulucci, Johns Hopkins, B, 2007-08-09-10
  • Hannah Kronick, Johns Hopkins, F, 2011-12-13-14
  • Emma Sindelar, Swarthmore, F, 2011-12-13-14
  • Ana Bengoechea, Johns Hopkins, M, 2013-14-15-16

Played for and Coached Centennial champion

Jamie (Gluck) Schneck played for Muhlenberg's championship teams in 2000 and 2001 and coached Haverford to the 2012 Centennial title.