Jonathan Hettleman ’10 Named Captain of Johns Hopkins University Baseball Team


Jonathan Hettleman, a 2010 Park graduate and current political science major at Johns Hopkins, has been named captain of the university’s baseball team. Jonathan’s player profile on the Hopkins website includes mention of his all-conference selection as a junior and senior while at Park, being named Owings Mills Times Athlete of the Year, his contributions to the MIAA B Conference Championship, as well as his role as an all-conference soccer goalkeeper and as a player on the Park basketball team.

About Hopkins baseball: For the past 34 years, head coach Bob Babb has established the Blue Jays as one of the top teams in the nation, reaching a Regional Championship game five times since 2004 with trips to the Division III College World Series in 2008 and 2010. Hopkins baseball has produced three two-time All-Americans, 11 Centennial Conference Players of the Year, 26 CoSIDA Academic All-Americans, and many more accolades during its 100+ year history.

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