And-Ones: Additional news and notes from Georgetown-Brown

December 7, 2015

Maddie Vagadori

Welcome to “And-Ones,” the Voice’s post-game notebook for all news, stats, and notes following each Georgetown men’s basketball game.

  • Georgetown sophomore forward Paul White recorded his first points of the season for the Hoyas. White started the season 0-of-3 from the field in the Hoyas’ last three games after missing the opening four games due to a hip injury. He finished with four points, four rebounds, and one assist in 17 minutes played.
  • Georgetown senior guard Riyan Williams made his first career field goal for the Hoyas, a fast-break lay-up in the final two minutes. He was fouled, but missed the free throw attempt.
  • Brown senior forward Cedric Kuakumensah entered the game tied for the Ivy League career blocks record, with 252. A block in the fourth minute of play made him the solo record holder.
  • Brown junior guard Steven Spieth is the younger brother of PGA Tour golfer Jordan Spieth.
  • The Hoyas’ 31-point halftime lead was the largest since the Hoyas were up 50-14 on FIU in Dec. 2013.
  • This was the first meeting between the Hoyas and the Bears in 45 years, with the last game played in the 1970-71 season. The teams have met three times, and after tonight the Hoyas lead the series 3-0. Georgetown is 27-25 all-time against Ivy League schools.
  • For those gambling aficionados, Georgetown entered Monday’s game as 19-point favorites.

For a recap of today’s game, click here.

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Award-winning journalist and photographer, apparently. The Voice's former executive news editor.


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