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Junior defender Jenna Staudt has started all eight of the team's games this year. Staudt was named a Big East Academic All-Star last season.

WOMEN’S SOCCER | Undefeated Weekend Boosts Confidence

Josh Rosson is a staff writer for The Hoya. The Georgetown women’s soccer team returned from its California road trip to win one game and draw another last weekend, as the Hoyas look to gain momentum heading into conference play on Sunday. Georgetown kicked off the two-game home stand on[Read More…]

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Senior midfielder Christopher Lema has scored two goals on eight shots this season.

MEN’S SOCCER | Hoyas Draw Huskies in Double Overtime

  Matthew Sachs is a staff writer for The Hoya. The Georgetown men’s soccer team drew 1-1 in double overtime on the road against University of Connecticut Saturday night, failing to gain enough scoring chances despite winning the possession battle.   “In a game like UConn, where you’re playing a[Read More…]

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Sophomore wide receiver Michael Dereus had a team-high 114 receiving yards on six catches in Georgetown's 16-10 victory over Marist on Saturday.

FOOTBALL | Late Touchdown Sparks Victory in Season Opener

Aidan Curran is a staff writer for The Hoya The Georgetown football team secured a 16-10 victory on the road against Campbell University on Saturday. The win came after senior cornerback Jelani Williamson returned a fumble recovery for the game-winning touchdown. “Jelani Williamson, year in and year out, comes up[Read More…]

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Sophomore middle blocker Madison Smith, middle, has 41 kills on the season.

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL | Squad Struggles in Home Debut

Luke Djavaharien is a staff writer for The Hoya. The Georgetown women’s volleyball team made its home debut at the Georgetown Classic last weekend, winning one game and losing two. Despite coming into the tournament with a 5-1 record, the Hoyas were plagued by inconsistency as they gave up a[Read More…]

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WOMEN’S SOCCER | GU Aims to Rebound From West Coast Split

After falling from No. 10 to No. 15 in United Soccer Coaches’ weekly rankings, the Georgetown women’s soccer team seeks its second straight victory in a home contest against Saint Francis University. The Hoyas (4-2-0, 0-0-0 Big East) went west over the weekend for two games, one against Stanford and[Read More…]

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VOLLEYBALL | Team Looks to Keep Rolling in Georgetown Classic

The Georgetown women’s volleyball team looks to lengthen its winning streak when it hosts the annual Georgetown Classic this weekend in McDonough Arena. The Hoyas hope to build on their momentum from a string of victories at the Service Academy Challenge where they did not drop a single set to[Read More…]

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FIELD HOCKEY | Squad Splits Home Matches

Georgetown field hockey went 1-1 in its games over the weekend against Rider University and Lock Haven University. On Friday, the Hoyas lost a hard-fought game 3-0 against the Rider Broncs, but were able to rebound against the Lock Haven Bald Eagles in the second game of the weekend, winning[Read More…]

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SANTAMARIA & CRAIGE | US Soccer Faces Identity Crisis

The United States of America and dominance are synonymous when discussing international basketball. When it comes to soccer, however, the U.S. is nothing but an afterthought. Ever since the 2016 Copa America, the United States Men’s National Soccer Team has been on a downward spiral. Now-former coach Jurgen Klinsmann finally[Read More…]

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FOOTBALL| Squad Set for Season Opener

After waiting a month to start the season, Georgetown football is ready to open its season Saturday against the Campbell University Fighting Camels. The Hoyas are returning a wealth of experience and talent, bringing back eight starters on defense and nine on offense, plus introducing a large and talented freshman[Read More…]

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Women’s Soccer | Squad Splits Road Matches

After falling to No. 5 Stanford 4-0, the No. 10 Georgetown women’s soccer team rebounded with a 3-0 defeat of San Jose State to split its pair of road games in San Francisco, Calif., last weekend. In Friday’s matchup, the Hoyas (4-2-0, Big East) battled not only a talented Cardinal[Read More…]

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