Kevin Huggard

Mixed week for men’s basketball

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02/05/2015

No. 24 Georgetown (15-6, 7-3 Big East) had a chance during its past two games to recover some momentum and display greater consistency. The team came three points away from doing just that, beating Creighton (11-13, 2-9 Big East) on the road before returning home and falling 71-74 to Providence (17-6, 7-3 Big East). The…

Rooting for the Bad Guys

Rooting for the Bad Guys

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01/30/2015

Greatness isn’t as easy as it seems. Feel free to begin rolling your eyes at any moment, but the life of a Patriots fan has become more and more difficult lately.  Sure, the team will play in its sixth Super Bowl in 15 years in a couple weeks.  And yes, New England is simultaneously blessed…

Shot down: Musketeers ruin Hoyas’ rise into top 25

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01/29/2015

It was a decidedly mixed week for the Georgetown men’s basketball team (14-6, 6-3 Big East). On one hand, the game against Marquette (10-9, 2-5 Big East) last weekend saw the continued emergence of the freshman class in the most thrilling conference game so far this season, all of which resulted in the Hoyas climbing…

In the Aftermath of the Storm

In the Aftermath of the Storm

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01/23/2015

In the closing seconds of Georgetown’s blowout win over Villanova on Monday, the student sections at either end of the court surged forward, crowding the central aisles to get close enough to rush the court at the final buzzer.  On one end, senior guard Jabril Trawick walked to the baseline and held up his palm…

A College Football Playoff Rooting Guide

A College Football Playoff Rooting Guide

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11/13/2014

The inaugural College Football Playoff is fast approaching, and it’s becoming even more likely that our Hoyas’ resume will not impress the selection committee enough to propel Georgetown into the top four. That said, college football fans on the Hilltop still need rooting interests for the Playoff, so here’s a primer on why you should…

Meet the freshmen

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11/13/2014

Isaac Copeland: Forward, 6-9, 220 lbs, Raleigh, NC The most highly-touted of the incoming freshmen is Copeland. It is hard not to envision him as the next in a line of lanky bigs to find success for Georgetown.  At 6-foot-9, 220 pounds, no one is calling him Jeff Green or Otto Porter just yet, those proclamations can…

Blades of Glory: Hockey in the nation’s capital

Blades of Glory: Hockey in the nation’s capital

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11/13/2014

D.C. has never been considered a hockey town. Located too far south, with winters too mild, the District lacks the long hockey history that cities like Boston, Chicago, and Detroit can boast. For a long time, enthusiasm for the sport remained confined to such colder regions. This has slowly begun to change, and Washington, D.C. is…

Men’s soccer defeats William and Mary in brutal heat

Men’s soccer defeats William and Mary in brutal heat

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09/25/2014

Some wins come ugly. That was the case this past Sunday as the Georgetown men’s soccer team (3-1-3, 0-0 Big East) faced off against William and Mary (2-4-0, 0-0 Colonial Athletic Conference) on a scorching afternoon at Shaw Field. The Hoyas had trouble finding a rhythm, yet managed to grind out a 1-0 victory. “It…

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