Carlos Rueda

Carlos is the Halftime Sports Editor and a Sophomore from Tampa, Florida. He is a supporter of all Tampa Bay teams, especially his Tampa Bay Rowdies, and is a firm believer in the Champa Bay energy.


Women’s basketball demolishes Salem, starts season 2-0

Georgetown women's basketball jumps to 2-0 after they demolished Salem (WV) by a final score of 86-48 led by Jillian Archer's play.


The rise of Dante Harris

This is the moment where most freshmen would fold under the pressure of national television. But not Dante Harris. 


Hoyas bump off Butler in challenge for Big East supremacy

A tight battle with the Butler Bulldogs was broken open in the 89th minute thanks to a goal from Sydney Cummings. Georgetown moves back ahead of Butler in the Big East standings with the win


This Week in Soccer: September 22-September 26

The Georgetown Voice reviews this week in Hoya soccer, as it remains the only school to have both of their teams remain undefeated.


Georgetown Football Drops Home Opener

The Georgetown Hoyas football team (1-1, 0-0 Patriot League) played their second game of the season, losing their home opener on Saturday against the Harvard Crimson (1-0, 0-0 Patriot League),... Read more


Men’s soccer poised for return to the biggest stage

The 2020 Georgetown Hoyas men’s soccer season was different from any other, starting with the fact that it was played in the spring of 2021. Just 3 months later, the... Read more


Hoyas high press stifles High Point

No. 7/5 Georgetown men’s soccer (9-1-2, 7-0-2 Big East) moved on to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA College Cup after decisively shutting down the No. 22/14 High Point University... Read more

Halftime Sports

The Voice Super Bowl LV Preview

Super Bowl LV will take place later today at 6:00 pm Eastern time, with two formidable clubs battling it out for arguably the most challenging championship in recent memory considering... Read more


Men’s basketball triumphs in a thriller against Providence

On Saturday afternoon, the Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team (4-8, 2-5 Big East) triumphed in dramatic fashion over the Providence Friars (9-8, 5-6 Big East) 73-72 at McDonough Arena in... Read more