A year after putting Georgetown on the national radar with a near upset against Connecticut in the NCAA Tournament, the Georgetown women’s basketball team failed to advance to the Sweet Sixteen. The Hoyas, a five-seed, were undone in the Round of 32 by Georgia Tech, 76-64.
7-7. A record like that does not sit well with Dave Urick. The face and head coach of Georgetown lacrosse simply is not used to losing. Now entering his 23rd season at Georgetown, the legendary coach is coming off his worst three-year stretch with the program. He knows it, but he also feels that this group, despite its significant youth, can restore the unranked Hoyas to their proper place in the upper echelon of collegiate lacrosse.
7-7. A record like that does not sit well with Dave Urick. The face and head coach of Georgetown lacrosse simply is not used to losing. Now entering his 23rd... Read more
Maryland has eight varsity sports going down the drain, and budgetary problems growing immensely over the next few years. Maybe it’s time for Kevin Anderson to realize that the Terps need a lot more than a basketball game with the Hoyas to fix their own problems.