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Tennis | Women Split Road Trip, Men Drop Three Straight

March 17, 2017 at 4:47 am 0 comments

Back from a spring trip to California, the Georgetown men’s (3-6) and women’s (7-3) tennis teams return to action this weekend with different goals in mind. While the women seek to build off a split of their four matches against top-notch competition, the men look to rebound from losing allRead More

Women’s Lacrosse | Hoyas Open Big East Play Against Bulldogs

Women’s Lacrosse | Hoyas Open Big East Play Against Bulldogs

March 17, 2017 at 4:41 am 0 comments

Coming off a 14-6 loss to No. 12 Pennsylvania on March 11, the Georgetown (2-5) women’s lacrosse team travels to Indianapolis. This Saturday to face Butler (1-6) in its first Big East game of the season. Georgetown Head Coach Ricky Fries looks forward to the start of conference play. “One,Read More

CHRISTOVICH: America Has Lost its Edge in Baseball

CHRISTOVICH: America Has Lost its Edge in Baseball

March 17, 2017 at 4:38 am 0 comments

Every four years, the World Baseball Classic reminds baseball fans around the world that the United States no longer owns baseball. It is a well-known fact that countries such as the Dominican Republic and Japan embrace the game and consistently produce extremely talented, big-name Major Leaguers. But American fans oftenRead More

Baseball | GU Catches Fire During 8-Game Spring Break Trip

Baseball | GU Catches Fire During 8-Game Spring Break Trip

March 17, 2017 at 4:31 am 0 comments

The Georgetown baseball team spent its spring break participating in the Snowbird Baseball Classic in Port Charlotte, Fla., where the team’s offense heated up. The Hoyas went 7-1 in the Sunshine State while averaging over nine runs during the eight-game stretch. Senior first baseman Jake Kuzbel led the offensive chargeRead More

Softball | Offensive Stagnation Plagues Hoyas

March 17, 2017 at 4:13 am 0 comments

Nearing the halfway mark of the season, the Georgetown softball team looks to find some luck in its tournament over St. Patrick’s Day weekend in Wilmington, N.C. The Lafayette Ford Lincoln of Fayetteville Showcase is the Hoyas’ (4-15) final chance to make an impression in tournament play before the team’sRead More

IPPOLITO: NCAA Selection Process Remains Outdated

March 17, 2017 at 4:08 am 0 comments

Anyone who follows college sports should know that the judgment of the NCAA is, more often than not, highly questionable; Selection Sunday only furthered this mindset. Although most, if not all, of the at-large teams could be generally agreed upon, the seeding and bracket seemed warped beyond belief. Undoubtedly, pickingRead More

Senior forward Faith Woodard leads the team in rebounding, averaging 7.8 rebounds per game. Woodard also contributes 14.6 points per game. (FILE PHOTO: CLAIRE SOISSON/THE HOYA)

Women’s Basketball | Hoyas Earn Second Consecutive NIT Bid

March 17, 2017 at 12:05 am 0 comments

After finishing with a 4-27 record in her first year at the reins of the program, Georgetown Head Coach Natasha Adair has successfully turned this program around as the Hoyas earned their second consecutive National Invitational Tournament bid and host the Fordham Rams at McDonough Arena on Friday night. “It’sRead More

Graduate student guard Rodney Pryor led Georgetown in scoring, averaging 18 points per game in addition to 5.6 rebounds in his only season on the Hilltop. (FILE PHOTO: DAN KREYTAK/THE HOYA)

COMMENTARY | Season Recap: Rodney Pryor Exemplifies Fan Experience

March 11, 2017 at 6:17 pm 1 comment

He arrived on the Hilltop in the sweltering heat of the Washington, D.C. summer. Not even 10 months later, he left through a freight elevator hidden in the dim concrete halls of Madison Square Garden. One season was all transfer and graduate student guard Rodney Pryor had with Georgetown. ButRead More

Sophomore center Jessie Govan finished with seven points along with six rebounds in Wednesday's loss to St. John's. (DAN KREYTAK/THE HOYA)

Men’s Basektball | GU Fails to Advance Past First Round of Big East Tournament

March 11, 2017 at 10:19 am 0 comments

In a throwback to Big East tournament glory days, the Georgetown men’s basketball team came up just short in a 74-73 loss to St. John’s on Wednesday night, marking the conclusion of its second straight losing season. The Georgetown men’s basketball team’s season concluded Wednesday night courtesy of the 23Read More

Track & Field | GU Showcases Individual Talent at Big East Championships

March 9, 2017 at 6:01 pm 0 comments

On a weekend defined by numerous personal records and Big East titles, the Georgetown men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams gained a tremendous surge in momentum at the 2017 Big East indoor championship in Staten Island, N.Y., on Feb. 24 and 25. Senior Scott Carpenter continued to beRead More