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Sailing: Hoyas Set Sail For Top of the Rankings

By Ed Przylucki Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown sailing teams competed in two regattas this weekend, both of which were District Championships. Strong showings in these regattas not only helped Georgetown move up the national rankings ladder, but should give the Hoyas a stronger schedule next season. In the first[Read More…]

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Swimming: Hoyas Fall Prey to Tigers

By Meredith McCloskey Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown men’s and women’s swim teams both suffered defeats against Towson this past weekend. The men’s 143-88 loss gave them an 0-2 record, while the women’s squad lost 149-90 evening out its record to 1-1. Senior John Willey was the top performer for[Read More…]

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Men’s Basketball: Atletas Sent Packing in Final Exhibition

By John Nagle Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown men’s basketball team started to answer a few questions in a 93-60 victory over Lithuanian club side Atletas in Saturday’s second and final exhibition tune-up at McDonough Arena. The Hoyas never trailed in the game and led by 39 points at one[Read More…]

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Tennis: Georgetown Falters in Fall Finale

By Steve Harris Hoya Staff Writer In the final competition of the fall for the men’s and women’s tennis teams, five Hoyas represented Georgetown at the ITA Regional Singles and Doubles Championships this past weekend, with the women playing at Harvard and the men at Princeton. The five Hoyas who[Read More…]

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Football: Benson: Hoyas Lose This One, But Can’t Lose Focus on Next

By Ted Bauer Hoya Staff Writer Things are always clearer the next day. There are always words to be said, plays to be run down. The mind of Football Head Coach Bob Benson is a human video camera, running down hundreds of plays, all with subsections of their own. The[Read More…]

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MAAC Not Quite Pushover for GU

By Sean P. Flynn Hoya Staff Writer It seems like every conversation about Georgetown football on this campus involves “When are we leaving the MAAC?” or “So, are we going to join the Patriot League?” Among the student body, it seems there’s a general belief that the Metro Atlantic Athletic[Read More…]

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Football: Duquesne Cans Georgetown

By Sean Gormley Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown football team dropped their first conference game of the season on Saturday, falling to Duquesne, 33-21. Georgetown gave up almost 500 yards of offense to the Dukes, who now control their own destiny and can win the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship[Read More…]

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Volleyball: GU Vexes Villanova

By Mike Hume Hoya Staff Writer In their final tune up before the closing weekend of the regular season, the Georgetown volleyball team handed Big East foe Villanova a crushing defeat on their home court in straight sets (15-6,15-10, 15-11). While Villanova remained winless in Big East competition Georgetown improved[Read More…]

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Men’s Soccer: Hoyas Head To Conference Semifinals

By Michael Medici Hoya Staff Writer For the second straight year, the Georgetown men’s soccer team has played the role of party-killer for heavily favored opponents. Last year, the team surprised many by advancing to the finals of the Big East conference championship after stunning Connecticut. This year, the Hoyas[Read More…]

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Commitment to Peace Written in Stone

Commitment to Peace Written in Stone McSorley, S.J., Students Bring Memorial to GU By Andreas Andrea Hoya Staff Writer A memorial stone commemorating unknown civilians killed in war will temporarily reside at Georgetown’s Observatory Gardens at the Center for Peace Studies, due in part to the work of retired Jesuit[Read More…]

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