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‘Now You See Me’ Has Nothing Up Its Sleeve

‘Now You See Me’ Has Nothing Up Its Sleeve

2/5 stars I wanted to believe. I’d talked to Jesse Eisenberg in person a couple weeks back at the Georgetown Ritz-Carlton, after all. He trumpeted the merits of his latest magic-heist blockbuster. I asked him questions. He laughed at my jokes. As it turned out, the best illusion of Louis Leterrier’s Now You See[Read More…]

by June 2, 2013 0 comments The Guide
Neumann to Captain Reading Against NY Red Bulls

Neumann to Captain Reading Against NY Red Bulls

Some 100 miles north of the District, a trio of Hoyas takes the field. Their performance isn’t overpowering — with Georgetown, it hardly ever is — but a 1-0 win, as they’ve well learned by now, is a win enough. Steve Neumann, Keegan Rosenberry and Melvin Snoh march on. Your typical summer job, this is not.[Read More…]

by May 28, 2013 0 comments Sports
FEATURE | Some Years, a Graduation Set Apart

FEATURE | Some Years, a Graduation Set Apart

Tomorrow morning, Georgetown’s senior student-athletes will don their caps and gowns just like everyone else, wait — and maybe sleep — for hours in their seats just like everyone else and, eventually, walk up to receive their hard-earned diplomas just like everyone else. After all, due to a home series[Read More…]

by May 17, 2013 0 comments Sports
TEAM OF THE YEAR

TEAM OF THE YEAR

For a men’s soccer program that previously had just three all-time tournament appearances to its credit, 2012 marked a breakthrough. The journey truly started in Spain, as a spring break trip to Barcelona, — according to players and coaches alike — somehow made something click within the team. There may[Read More…]

by May 16, 2013 0 comments Sports

TEAM OF THE YEAR

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by May 16, 2013 0 comments Sports
MEN’S SOCCER | Reaching New Heights

MEN’S SOCCER | Reaching New Heights

‘WE CAN BEAT ANYONE’ Historically, it wasn’t a common thought. As a program with just three NCAA tournament appearances to its name since its inception in 1950, Georgetown men’s soccer typically was, as the cliche goes, just happy to be there. The Class of 2012 would prove an exception. And, as the[Read More…]

by May 14, 2013 0 comments Sports

WOMEN’S LACROSSE | Slow Start Leads to Tourney Exit

For the fourth time in as many years on the Hilltop, the Class of 2014 saw its season end Saturday without an NCAA tournament victory to show for it. The No. 6-ranked Georgetown women’s lacrosse team (13-6, 6-2 Big East) had earned a bye to the second round of the[Read More…]

by May 13, 2013 0 comments Sports
MEN’S SOCCER | From the Cellar to the Ceiling

MEN’S SOCCER | From the Cellar to the Ceiling

“Can we get it done here?” Georgetown athletic director Bernard Muir stares across his McDonough Arena desk at the interviewee. It’s February of 2006, and following the retirement of 22-year boss Keith Tabatznik, the university’s men’s soccer head coaching position is open. Muir’s question is equally so. And Notre Dame assistant[Read More…]

by April 26, 2013 0 comments Sports

2012-13’s Top GU Sports Storylines

Believe it or not, it wasn’t all about basketball and soccer for Georgetown athletics in 2012-13. To prove it, we’re going to just go ahead and exclude those two sports entirely, as we count down the top five performances and storylines of the year that was: 5. Women’s Lacrosse – Tarzian Goes[Read More…]

by April 26, 2013 0 comments Sports
CHRIS GRIVAS/THE HOYA

On the Cusp of Glory

With just three NCAA tournament appearances to its credit since its founding in 1950, the Georgetown men’s soccer team entered 2012 once again with modest expectations. Its season-opening ranking — or rather, the lack of one — reflected that. But an overtime win over Virginia, which boasts six national titles, including[Read More…]

by April 26, 2013 0 comments Uncategorized