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Bearcats maul reeling Hoyas in Big East battle

“We need to re-evaluate everything.”


Judo master teaches Georgetown the gentle way

World class judo is probably not commonly associated with Yates Field House in the minds of most Georgetown students. But every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday night, Georgetown’s aspiring judokas, or judo experts, train under the watchful tutelage of James Takemori.


Hoyas need improved guard play against WVU

Coming into this season, Jessie Sapp was expected to be a major contributor on a young Hoyas squad. The senior guard, fresh off a season in which he averaged 9.7 points per game and shot 43.8 percent from the field, looked to be the team’s leader by virtue of both his veteran experience and his shooting prowess.


Hoya sharp shooters hit Orange bull’s-eye

Coach John Thompson III’s Princeton offense is renowned for its ability to pick apart man-to-man coverage with impressive back-door cuts. Jim Boeheim’s Syracuse teams have always been devoted to zone defense, an approach which has stifled the Hoya’s inside attack in recent years.


Hoyas hammer Huskies

Greg Monroe is only a freshman, but he hardly played like one against No. 2 UConn (11-1, 0-1 Big East) Monday night. It certainly didn’t look like the big man’s first Big East game as he amassed 16 points, four assists, three rebounds and three steals while outplaying one of the most imposing basketball players in the country.


Georgetown vs. American

According to JTIII, the Hoyas didn’t play their best basketball against American, but they didn’t need to, handily defeating the Eagles 73-49. Georgetown demonstrated that they were the superior team... Read more


Hoyas face familiar foe

The Hoyas might not have thought they spent their Thanksgiving in the happiest place on earth, after emerging from the Old Spice Classic in Disney World, Florida, with a decent 2-1 record.


Monroe and company look to slay the Dragons

After defeating Jacksonville on Monday night, head coach John Thompson III seemed pleased to start the season off with a win. But he had much more to say about what displeased him.


Hoyas down Jacksonville 71-62 in season opener

The most spectacular debut came from Greg Monroe, the highly-touted freshman center from Louisiana. Monroe who showed that there is some substance behind the hype, posting 14 points, 7 rebounds, and 3 blocks in 28 minutes.


Underdogs With A Bite: Men’s Basketball Preview 2008-2009

When John Thompson III was named Georgetown’s head coach, the Hoyas had appeared in only one NCAA tournament in the past seven seasons. Under his leadership, the team has gone... Read more