Johns Hopkins Extends Peter Milliman

After leading the Blue Jays to a regular season Big Ten title and to the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament, Johns Hopkins and head coach Peter Milliman have agreed to a contract extension.

Milliman took over in 2020 after former head coach Dave Pietramala left the program to take a break from coaching. Milliman had previously coached at Cornell as an assistant and head coach from 2014-2020.

After arriving at Hopkins, in his first season, Milliman led Hopkins to the Big Ten championship where they would lose to Maryland. However, in his second season, the Blue Jays would only go 7-9, missing the Big Ten title and missing the NCAA tournament.

In 2023 however, Milliman would lead the Blue Jays to a 12-6 record including a regular season Big Ten title and a quarterfinal appearance in the NCAA tournament. With the Blue Jays looking like a top team once again, the athletic department and Milliman agreed to a new contract that is a multi-year extension that will commence after the 2024 season. Milliman and the Jay will look to build on their momentum and bring them back to Memorial Day weekend where Hopkins has not played since 2015 when they lost 12-11 to Maryland.

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