In 2011, Hopkins played in 42 games,
starting all of them. He was named Second Team All-Little East
Conference. Hopkins batted .325 (53-for-163) with 26 runs scored, 53
hits, eight doubles, seven home runs, 39 RBI and four stolen bases.
He owned a .503 slugging percentage, a .398 on-base percentage and a
.831 fielding percentage.
Head Coach Scott Virgulak's team finished the
season with a 22-20 overall record and a 6-8 (fifth place tie) in
the Little East Conference. RIC went 4-0 at the 2011 Little East
Conference Championship to win the program's second tourney title
(2005) and advance to the NCAA Championships. RIC went 1-2 at the
New England Regional from May 18-20, picking up a 12-2 win over MIT,
which was the program's first NCAA win in 31 years.