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RAAB: Winter Classic Welcomed in DC

The balmy, 45-degree sunshine glaring off the ice may have left some longing for the snowstorms that marked previous incarnations of the game, but not even sun-induced glares could detract from the almost unblemished success of the 2015 New Year’s Day Winter Classic. For the National Hockey League, its fans[Read More…]

by January 13, 2015 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top, Sports Columns
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Forward Otto Porter is averaging eight points a game this season for the Washington Wizards. He is shooting 51.1% from the field.

Porter Looks To Continue Success

On Saturday, seven hours after Georgetown basketball tips off the season against St. Francis Brooklyn at Verizon Center, Otto Porter will take to the same court as a Washington Wizard. That was not something that could be said with any certainty a year ago. In his first year in the[Read More…]

by November 14, 2014 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top
CLAIRE SOISSON/THE HOYA Co-captain guard Justyce Swango

Women’s Basketball | Reinforcements Arrive

The addition of five freshmen to the roster of the Georgetown women’s basketball team has provided an additional jolt of youth to an already young roster. On a team that will feature no seniors, the freshmen will all have chances to contribute early as first-year Head Coach Natasha Adair feels[Read More…]

by November 14, 2014 0 comments Basketball Preview 2014-2015, Sports
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Wizards forward Otto Porter is averaging nine points and 3.6 rebounds per game.

Wizards | Otto Porter Avoids Sophomore Slump

Last year, forward Otto Porter completed his rookie season as a Washington Wizard with just 319 minutes played in 37 games. He finished with 78 points on a lackluster 33-91 shooting, his debut delayed by a hip flexor injury. Overall, his performance caused many Washington fans familiar with a history[Read More…]

by November 7, 2014 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top
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First-year Head Coach Rob Sgarlata has lead the Hoyas to a 2-6 record thus far. He was previously an assistant coach and defensive coordinator for eight years.

First-Year Coaches Make Impact

As the semester moves past its halfway point, a trio of first-year head coaches have begun to make their marks on the Hilltop. Football’s Rob Sgarlata (COL ’94, GRD ’12), field hockey’s Shannon Soares and men’s rowing’s Luke Agnini assumed their positions during their sports’ respective off seasons. With football[Read More…]

by October 31, 2014 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top
FILE PHOTO: MICHELLE LUBERTO FOR THE HOYA
Freshman Peter Kalibat, sophomore Will Leach, sophomore Chandler Hinson and junior Austin Evenson will kick of the season Friday.

Swimming | GU Freshmen Make Waves

Georgetown swimming and diving will kick off its competitive season this weekend. The Hoyas will travel to Delaware for their first dual meet of the season. The meet is a chance to show off some early-season conditioning and training: it is also an opportunity for the large class of promising[Read More…]

by October 3, 2014 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top
COURTESY OF GU TAE KNOW DO CLUB
Sophomore Daniel Kim dons the gold medal alonside his coach and GU Tae Kwon Do Club Head Instructor, Master Mickey Lee (COL ’05).

Tae Kwon Do | Hoya Wins Sparring Tournament

Georgetown sophomore Daniel Kim took the gold medal in intermediate lightweight elite sparring at the First Korean Ambassador’s Cup KORUS Tae Kwon Do Championship, held at the D.C. Convention Center on Saturday, Sept. 20. The national competition included a variety of sparring forms and competitions for multiple age groups, along[Read More…]

by September 26, 2014 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top
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Members of the 1964 Georgetown football team gathered at midfield of the MultiSport Facility during halftime of Georgetown’s 17-3 win over Brown. The Hoya alumni were honored for their contribution to the program.

1964 Football Team Honored at Halftime

Weekend festivities marked the 50th year of Georgetown football’s return to the Hilltop, with the return of members of the 1964 squad and those responsible for reviving the program. In 1964, Georgetown played a single November game against New York University, winning 28-6 on homecoming weekend. The game marked a[Read More…]

by September 23, 2014 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top

Sailing | Nevins Trophy Offers Early Test

Georgetown’s double-handed sailing crew will take to the water in its first inter-conference event this weekend, travelling to Kings Point, N.Y., to participate in the Nevins Trophy event. Last year’s national championship runners-up, the Hoyas will send two double-handed crews to compete, while Georgetown will also be represented in a[Read More…]

by September 19, 2014 0 comments Sports

Field Hockey | Hoyas Hope for Road-Trip Magic

The Georgetown field hockey team (1-2) will travel north for two consecutive games this weekend as it looks to improve on its slow start. After Sunday’s 2-1 loss to Lock Haven, the road trip provides an opportunity for turnaround at Holy Cross on Saturday and Brown on Sunday. “It’s a[Read More…]

by September 12, 2014 0 comments Sports