Denihan planning return to Hopkins

July 08, 1998|By Jamison Hensley | Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER

Dan Denihan, a starting attackman who withdrew from Johns Hopkins in the spring, said he plans to come back to the school in the fall.

A two-year starter on the Blue Jays attack in 1996 and '97, Denihan left school in the middle of his junior year for personal reasons and declined to comment yesterday on how many years of eligibility he has remaining. He was Hopkins' second-leading scorer in 1997 with 20 goals and 20 assists.

Denihan, a native of Manhasset, N.Y., attended yesterday's news conference announcing John Haus as the new Hopkins coach. He was with his younger brother, Conor, who played on the Blue Jays' second midfield last season.

Pub Date: 7/08/98

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