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Surging Hoyas Reach Top of Division

Looking for the Big East Blue Division lead? Well, the Hoyas have it. It did not seem probable three weeks ago when Georgetown (8-4-1, 4-1-0 Big East) had gone winless in five consecutive games and been shutout in its conference opener at Cincinnati, but with a 3-1 victory over the[Read More…]

by October 19, 2010 0 comments Sports

GU Cruises to Three Wins

The Georgetown sailing team competed in two events over the weekend, finishing third in the Navy Fall Coed Intersectional and sixth in the Yale Women’s Intersectional. In Annapolis, the No. 4 Hoyas’ coed squad took third, compiling a score of 573, behind No. 1 St. Mary’s College of Maryland (455)[Read More…]

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October Is Cliff Lee’s Playground

HE’S BEEN TRADED FOUR TIMES in his career and three times in the last 15 months. He was 5-8 with a 6.29 earned run average and was demoted to Triple-A as a 29-year-old in 2007. He’s been underestimated, disrespected and shipped cross-country more than once. Now Cliff Lee is the[Read More…]

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Hoyas Finish Fifth Despite Record Round

With Georgetown students enjoying the day off from class, the men’s golf team took to the course this Columbus Day to compete in the Richmond Intercollegiate Tournament held at the Independence Golf Club in Richmond, Va. Georgetown came away from the tournament with a solid fifth-place performance, posting a final[Read More…]

by October 15, 2010 0 comments Sports

GU Finishes Seventh at Invitational

The Lady Hoyas headed to Daytona Beach, Fla., from Oct. 8 to 10 to compete in the Xavier Invitational at the LPGA International Course. The Blue and Gray’s final score of 934 tied them for seventh place with Florida Atlantic University. Daytona State College finished in first place 40 strokes[Read More…]

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Incoming Freshman Class Ready To Rule Basketball

In the last three years, the National Player of the Year award has been won by upperclassmen Tyler Hansbrough, Blake Griffin and Evan Turner. The last freshman to be so honored was Kevin Durant in 2007. But this year’s crop of returning stars is awfully weak. Players like James “Jimmer”[Read More…]

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Hoyas Obliterate Pirates in Shutout

After defeating American last Wednesday, the Georgetown men’s soccer team (7-4-1, 3-1 Big East) continued its mid-season dominance with conference wins on the road at Providence (5-5-1, 0-4 Big East) and home against Seton Hall (3-8-1, 1-3 Big East). The Hoyas escaped Saturday’s contest in Rhode Island with a 1-0[Read More…]

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Slumping Teams Collide

The clash on MultiSport Facility this Saturday features two teams that will be looking to turn the tide in their respective seasons. Fortunately for the Hoyas, the Bison are on a winless skid reminiscent of the Blue and Gray’s fruitless season last year, as they have yet to win a[Read More…]

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Top-Ranked Women Prepare for Big Meet

While the women’s cross country team came into this season sporting an underdog mentality, having jumped six spots from their No. 11 preseason ranking to No. 5 after their dominating early season performances, the Hoyas find themselves entering this weekend’s Pre-National Invitational as the top-ranked team in the 6K White[Read More…]

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Soccer: Around the Nation

MEN No. 3 North Carolina Following a 2-0 victory over Liberty on Tuesday, Oct. 12 and dominating wins against Wake Forest and Radford last week, North Carolina (9-2, 5-0 ACC) jumped one spot in the rankings to No. 3 this week after falling from No. 2 a week earlier. The[Read More…]

by October 15, 2010 0 comments Sports