The official announcement from the Johns Hopkins athletic department:
“Johns Hopkins Director of Athletics Jennifer S. Baker announced today that the University has suspended activities for all seven of its spring athletic teams through April 12. The affected programs include men’s and women’s lacrosse, baseball, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s and women’s track.
The decision comes as the University monitors the global COVID-19 outbreak. Johns Hopkins joins a growing number of conferences and individual colleges and universities announcing similar plans for their athletic programs.
Johns Hopkins President Ronald J. Daniels had announced on March 10 that the University was canceling in-person classes in favor of remote instruction through April 12. Students, who were scheduled for spring break the week of March 16-20, are strongly encouraged not to return to campus until that time.
The Johns Hopkins indoor track, wrestling and swimming programs will be permitted to close out their season over the next 10 days as each of those teams is participating in NCAA Championship competition. The NCAA announced on Wednesday, March 11 that only team personnel, essential staff, media and immediate family members of each participating student-athlete would be permitted to attend NCAA Championship events.”