Sporty Spice: Eli’s the Man-ning now
During one of my first few days in Argentina, my five-year-old host brother, Nico, and I were playing some soccer when he asked me: “Who is the best football team... Read more
Sporty Spice: Replacement refs not popular in Buenos Aires
I feel slightly bad for the new officials—they came into a bad situation and are ridiculed by fans, players, and coaches.
Sporty Spice: Embracing Argentine soccer
It was really eye-opening to see that a love for sports teams is something that occurs across cultures. Fandom is universal.
Hoyas follow UNC win with Penn victory
The Hoyas went out and upset the Quakers, 11-9, in Philadelphia. Junior Sophia Thomas scored six goals and freshman Caroline Tarzian chipped in one goal to go with three assists.
Emily Infeld shines at Nationals
“I am still very shocked and excited,” Infeld said. “I have strived to win for a long time and am…excited that my training paid off, but I am more so excited that I was able to work on the mistakes of my race [from Friday’s race].”
Track prepares for NCAA Championship
Last weekend, the Georgetown men’s and women’s track and field teams completed an arduous but successful few days of running at the Big East Indoor Tournament Championship.
Tennis wins Big East opener
The Hoyas beat the Panthers 4-2 last season after losing to them in a close 4-3 match in the spring of 2010, and they’ve continued their three-match winning streak by downing them 6-1 at the Alpha Tennis and Fitness Club.
Soccer fills freshman class
Facing the graduation of three of its star seniors, the Georgetown men’s soccer program has added six new players for next year’s fall season, a recruiting class ranked sixth-best in the nation.
Tennis serves up start of spring season at VCU
With the spring season quickly approaching, the Georgetown varsity men’s and women’s tennis teams are eagerly anticipating their upcoming matchups. In 2012, both teams are facing much greater expectations, even after a promising 2011 finish.
Miltenberg guides Hoyas to Title
Since his days as a student, Chris Miltenberg (MSB ‘03) has bled Hoya blue, which made his transition from athlete to coach especially seamless. The Peter Tegen National Women’s Coach of the Year channeled his Georgetown tradition to his women’s cross country team, guiding them to the national championship.