Tia Magee has had unquestionable success through her first three seasons. The 6-foot-2 senior forward has started almost every game since her sophomore year, averaging 8.7 points and 4.5 boards per game last season. Her junior season was all the more impressive, considering she was battling back from an ACL tear.
After a successful regular season, the Georgetown men’s soccer team has qualified for the Big East Tournament and will begin with a tough test at St. John’s tonight. The Hoyas were given the sixth seed in the tournament after a posting a 10-4-4 record and going 5-3-1 in the Big East.
The Georgetown women’s cross country team will start its postseason this weekend, traveling to Louisville for the Big East Championships. The No. 6 Hoyas will look to repeat their success from a year ago, when seven runners placed in the top 20 overall finishers, resulting in a second place showing.
After a rocky start to the season, the Georgetown women’s soccer team (10-4-0, 4-2-0 Big East) defeated conference rival Pittsburgh 6-0 on North Kehoe Field this past Sunday. The six-goal explosion was a scoring high for the Hoyas this season, with senior forward Camille Trujillo contributing two to bring her career goal tally to 28, enough for second on the Hoyas’ all-time list.
After missing most of last season because of a sports hernia, senior distance runner Mark Dennin, has recovered and returned to the Georgetown men’s cross country team. Dennin, a key component of the 2009-2010 team, hopes to be back to full health this season as the No. 22 Hoyas compete with a stacked Big East field that includes five other ranked teams.
The Georgetown’s women’s volleyball team has started out the season with mixed results, dropping to 4-5 after a tough five-set loss to George Washington in the final game of the D.C. Challenge yesterday afternoon. The Hoyas will rue their missed chances against the Colonials, having surged to a two sets to one lead in the match.
After a long summer of hard work and preparation, the Georgetown cross country teams get their seasons running this Friday as the men compete in the Lou Onesty Open in Charlottesville, Va. The women get going the following Saturday in the Harry Groves Spiked Shoe Invitational.
For the Georgetown women’s lacrosse team, winning has been a frequent and comfortable achievement recently. After getting off to a 2-5 start, the No. 16 Hoyas broke off a six-game winning streak, which improved their record to 8-5 overall with an unblemished 6-0 record in the Big East.
While the Georgetown baseball team has experienced many ups and downs over the past two seasons, junior right fielder Rand Ravnaas has been a steady force in the field and at the plate. Ravnaas has made an impact on the baseball field ever since starting 21 of 34 games in his freshman year.