Johns Hopkins baseball was eliminated from the Division III College World Series early Monday morning as they fell for the second time in two days to Birmingham-Southern, 15-4.
Earlier in the day, the team had beaten Babson for the second time in the series.
Hopkins ends its season with a 37-13 record, the sixth-highest number of wins in the school’s history. Hopkins also finished with 83 home runs, leading the nation.
Men’s college basketball: Taj Finger, a former Stanford University post player who has coached in the NBA G-League, has joined the Loyola Maryland men’s basketball staff as an assistant coach, the Greyhounds’ head coach, Tavaras Hardy,...