Jake Gilstrap

Freshmen Step Up to the Plate

Freshmen Step Up to the Plate

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04/29/2018

When the Georgetown baseball team opened their season on February 16 at Wake Forest’s Couch Ballpark, freshman shortstop Eddie McCabe took the field for the first time in a Hoyas uniform. McCabe was penciled into the cleanup spot, starting at shortstop, yet went 0-4 and struck out twice. Fellow freshman outfielder James Gabor flew out…

Baseball goes 2-2 in the buildup to Easter weekend

Baseball goes 2-2 in the buildup to Easter weekend

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04/02/2018

The Georgetown baseball team (7-19, Big East) played four games in the days leading up to Easter weekend, splitting the results down the middle. They began play with a road trip to Columbus, Ohio, where they played a three-game series against the Ohio State Buckeyes (19-8, 2-1 Big 10). The Blue and Gray lost the…

Hoyas Fall to Colonials Continuing Slow Start

Hoyas Fall to Colonials Continuing Slow Start

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03/01/2018

The Georgetown University baseball team (0-7, Big East) faced off against George Washington University (3-5, Atlantic 10) on Tuesday, losing 6-3. Despite the Hoyas outhitting GW 9-6 and establishing an early 3-run lead, they could not hold on. Georgetown’s senior outfielder Austin Shirley jump-started the Hoya offense with a leadoff double down the right field…

CBB Upsets

CBB Upsets

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02/22/2018

In what has been a fairly tame basketball season thus far, last weekend and this past week have been full of upsets. Villanova, Duke, UVA, and Purdue were all top 5 teams that fell victim to upsets over that span of time. The AP rankings have since changed, and will likely change again as a…

Georgetown track has strong outing in Winston-Salem

Georgetown track has strong outing in Winston-Salem

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02/19/2018

Georgetown sent middle distance runners junior Spencer Brown, sophomore Kenny Rowe, freshman Rey Rivera, and graduate student Amos Bartelsmeyer to represent the Men’s distance medley relay (DMR) team and senior middle distance/distance runner Piper Donaghu, senior sprinter Jody-Ann Knight, freshman middle distance runner Olivia Arizin, and graduate student middle distance/distance runner Meredith Rizzo to represent…

Year of the Birds

Year of the Birds

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02/03/2018

Super Bowl Sunday, arguably the most popular unofficial holiday in America, is finally upon us. This year’s Super Bowl between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles will be one for the history books. New England’s franchise quarterback, Tom Brady, has the opportunity to win his 6th Super Bowl, the most in NFL history….

Postseason Heroes: Blake Bortles Edition

Postseason Heroes: Blake Bortles Edition

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01/26/2018

The miracle that almost was. The Jacksonville Jaguars, led by their unlikely hero Blake Bortles, came infuriatingly close to defeating Tom Brady and the Patriots, in what would have been the biggest upset since Super Bowl XLII. Unfortunately for Jaguars fans, and all NFL fans outside of New England, they couldn’t secure the victory. Tom…

Bell’s Bluff

Bell’s Bluff

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01/18/2018

Throughout sports history, players rarely retire while they are still performing at a high level. However, there have been a few cases, mainly in the NFL, of players becoming fed up with their franchises and retiring as a way to get the last laugh. The most notable players who have done this are Barry Sanders,…

Why an All SEC Title Game is Bad for College Football

Why an All SEC Title Game is Bad for College Football

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01/08/2018

In the fourth year of the NCAA’s College Football Playoff, this will be the first time two teams from the same conference compete for the championship. Georgia defeated Oklahoma in a double overtime instant classic, while Alabama completely dominated Clemson in a 24-6 rout. Thus, College Football fans will have the misfortune of an all…

Rivalry Week and Turkey Beaks

Rivalry Week and Turkey Beaks

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11/25/2017

On this glorious Thanksgiving weekend the football gods have blessed us with yet another action-packed rivalry week. Each of the top 4 teams in the country are playing their respective rivals, opening up the possibility for chaos in the playoff picture. There are several top 25 matchups with bowl and possibly playoff implications, but none…

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