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Glennon and Marting To Produce GUTV Commentary

By Joe Harten Hoya Staff Writer GUSA President John Glennon (COL ’99) and Vice President Austin Martin (COL ’99) will begin hosting an editorial commentary program tonight at midnight on GUTV (Hoyanet Cable Channel 27). “20/40” will cover the current GUSA executive election for 1999-2000. “20/40” will consist of a[Read More…]

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GU Third at St. Pat’s

GU Third at St. Pat’s By Sean P. Flynn Hoya Staff Writer Georgetown took third place at the St. Patrick’s Day Tournament, held at Bolling Air Force base in Maryland. On Saturday, the Hoyas defeated Kutztown, 12-0, and later that day beat Villanova, 17-0. On Sunday afternoon the Hoyas lost[Read More…]

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Distance Medley Wins NCAA Title

Distance Medley Wins NCAA Title By Sarah Walsh Hoya Staff Writer Georgetown’s track and field teams completed their winter season, competing in the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships in Indianapolis, Ind., March 5-6, with the women finishing in 17th place and the men in 30th place. The distance medley[Read More…]

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Georgetown Sweeps Away Holy Cross

Georgetown Sweeps Away Holy Cross By Stephen Owens Hoya Staff Writer Clutch hitting and great pitching earned Georgetown a doubleheader sweep over Holy Cross Saturday on Harbin Field, 4-3, in the first game and 3-0 in the nightcap. The Hoyas improved their record to 10-8, putting them two games over[Read More…]

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Hoyas Start Slow in Spring Season

Hoyas Start Slow in Spring Season By Sarah Walsh Hoya Staff Writer After a stunning first-place finish at the Big East Championships in the fall, Georgetown’s golf team struggled in the first two competitions of the spring season, losing its first meet and finishing poorly in its first tournament. The[Read More…]

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Georgetown Women Trounce St. John’s

Georgetown Women Trounce St. John’s By Sean Gormley Hoya Staff Writer The women’s tennis team had a solid weekend, beating Big East rival St. John’s by a convincing 7-2 margin, followed by a rainout against Virginia Commonwealth. The men’s team was not so fortunate as to get a rainout, and[Read More…]

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Georgetown Hopes 10-Win Turnaround Is No Fluke

Georgetown Hopes 10-Win Turnaround Is No Fluke By Michael Medici Hoya Staff Writer At the very first team meeting for the women’s basketball team last fall, the team wanted to be the comeback team of the year. Coming off a 9-19 record in the 1997-98 season, the Hoyas needed improvement[Read More…]

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Hoyas Trip Up Tribe

Hoyas Trip Up Tribe By Sean P. Flynn Hoya Staff Writer Georgetown named Laurie Carroll new head coach of the field hockey team. The decision, announced in a statement released yesterday by Georgetown Athletic Director Joseph C. Lang, fills the absence left by former Head Coach Kim Simons, who decided[Read More…]

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GU Splits Up For 3 Meets in Maryland

GU Splits Up For 3 Meets in Maryland By Sarah Walsh Hoya Staff Writer It was a busy weekend for the Georgetown sailing team, which sent squads to compete in three regattas in Maryland. The women’s squad finished in seventh place with 199 points at the St. Mary’s Intersectional. Senior[Read More…]

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Siena Sends GU Packing in WNIT

Siena Sends GU Packing in WNIT By Michael Medici Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown women’s basketball team’s second-ever post-season berth came to an abrupt end March 11 as the Hoyas lost in the first round of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament to Siena, 86-73, in Loudonville, N.Y. Sophomore guard Katie[Read More…]

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