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SOFTBALL | GU Defends District, Defeats GWU 4-0 at Mount Vernon

SOFTBALL | GU Defends District, Defeats GWU 4-0 at Mount Vernon

After losing three of its last four games, the Georgetown softball team defeated George Washington University 4-0 for a much needed victory. Going into the second half of the season, Head Coach Pat Conlan said he felt optimistic the team would finally flip the script of their season and string[Read More…]

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Graduate student distance runner Michael Crozie placed ninth at the Stanford Invitational with a time of 29:14.68 in the 10000m. His personal best in the 10000m is 27:32.76.

TRACK & FIELD | Teams Post Stellar Results Across Country

The Georgetown men’s and women’s track teams competed across the country last weekend, displaying strong individual and relay performances at the Raleigh Relays, the Pepsi Florida Relays and the Stanford Invitational. Director of Track and Field Julie Culley said the team tries to place runners in events in which they[Read More…]

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MEN’S GOLF | Hoyas Finish 2nd in North Carolina

MEN’S GOLF | Hoyas Finish 2nd in North Carolina

The Georgetown men’s golf team came home with a second-place finish out of a nine-team field at the Eastern Carolina University Intercollegiate, which took place Monday and Tuesday in Greenville, N.C. Senior Sam Madsen carded a 74 on Tuesday, putting him in a three-way tie at 218 for medalist honors;[Read More…]

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MEN’S LACROSSE | GU Loses 3rd Straight After 6-0 Season Start

MEN’S LACROSSE | GU Loses 3rd Straight After 6-0 Season Start

The Georgetown men’s lacrosse team lost its third straight game Saturday with a 6-5 defeat at the hands of No. 3 Denver. With this loss, Georgetown moves to 6-3 overall and 0-2 in Big East play after starting the season with six consecutive victories, while Denver continues its strong season.[Read More…]

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The Georgetown sailing team cruised to a dominant 20-0 performance at the Hanbury Trophy Team Race in Virginia.

SAILING | Hoyas Dominate in Virginia

Over the Easter break, Georgetown’s sailing team took a break from the regatta season and practiced hard on a weekend off. The weekend previous, however, the co-ed team won its fourth victory of the season at the Hanbury Trophy Team Race in Newport News, Va. The sailing team cruised to[Read More…]

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OWEN | NBA Turned a Blind Eye to Royce White

OWEN | NBA Turned a Blind Eye to Royce White

The NBA’s decision to institute a leaguewide mental wellness program last month provided hope the league is ready to take concrete measures to ensure the mental health of its players. The two players credited with prompting this change are All-Stars DeMar DeRozan and Kevin Love, who publicly shared their stories[Read More…]

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MCCOY | The Business of Sports With Chris Grosse

MCCOY | The Business of Sports With Chris Grosse

On the fourth episode of GM’s Corner, Ryan is joined by returning guest Chris Mills as well as Georgetown Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing Chris Grosse. Conversation topics include the progress in year one of Patrick Ewing’s tenure with Georgetown basketball, the creative process behind some of Grosse’s most innovative promotions, and[Read More…]

by April 3, 2018 0 comments Podcasts, Sports, Sports - Top
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Senior midfielder Craig Berge

MEN’S LACROSSE | Hoyas Lose Big East Opener, Fall to 6-2

After opening the season with six consecutive wins, the No. 16 Georgetown men’s lacrosse team dropped its second straight contest at Marquette University with an overtime score of 9-8 in its Big East opener. The rivalry between the Hoyas and Golden Eagles is quickly developing, as the two have gone[Read More…]

by March 29, 2018 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top
TENNIS | Women Win Decisively, Men Split Matches

TENNIS | Women Win Decisively, Men Split Matches

In a season marred by a series of close losses, the Georgetown women’s tennis team has continued to battle throughout the spring. This perseverance was rewarded last weekend, when the squad earned a decisive 4-0 win over the Rhode Island Rams on Friday at Yates Field House. Georgetown (2-10, 0-1[Read More…]

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BASEBALL | GU Drops Weekend Series to Ohio State

BASEBALL | GU Drops Weekend Series to Ohio State

Georgetown’s baseball team traveled to Columbus, Ohio, for a three-game series against Ohio State last weekend, losing the series but achieving one victory. The Hoyas (6-16-0) started the weekend series with a 13-5 loss. Continuing its tendency to fall behind early, Georgetown trailed 8-0 by the end of the first[Read More…]

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