Thomas Fischbeck


Cut your losses, Patrick Ewing

When Georgetown hired Patrick Ewing in March 2017, it was supposed to signify a moment of change for a once-great basketball program that found itself mired in mediocrity. Coming off... Read more


Led by defense, Women’s Basketball is ready for a resurgence

March 5, 2022, was an exciting day for Georgetown students: the first day of spring break, an oasis within a grueling semester. If you had checked the score of Georgetown... Read more


This Week in Soccer: Men and Women Clinch Big East Titles

Following shaky starts to the season for two of Georgetown’s premier programs, all appears well in the soccer world as both the men’s (8-4-3, 6-1-1 Big East) and women’s (12-1-5,... Read more


Baseball Strikes Fear in #11 Virginia, Fall Short 6-4

The Georgetown University baseball team (22-15, 4-5 Big East) fell just short on Wednesday in a 6-4 loss in what was the Hoyas’ toughest test of the season, a road... Read more


In 2022, Men’s Lacrosse has a new shot at NCAA glory

With the entirety of what was the best defense in the country last season returning, things are looking good for the Hoyas again.


Hoya Weekend Round Up: men’s basketball drops 13th straight, no. 4 men’s lacrosse debuts dominantly and women’s basketball thrills in doubt OT

The Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team dropped their 13th straight game on Saturday, falling 80-66 to the Creighton Bluejays.


Georgetown men’s basketball falls to shorthanded DePaul, increases their losing streak to 12

The Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team (6-16, 0-11 Big East) lost by a score of 82-74 to the shorthanded DePaul Blue Demons (12-10, 3-9 Big East) on Wednesday night in... Read more


Lose Big, Lose Close: Positive Signs in Hoyas’ 85-74 Loss to #11 Villanova

The Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team (6-10, 0-5 Big East) dropped its sixth straight game Saturday, falling at home to the No. 11 Villanova Wildcats (14-5, 7-2 BE). The 0-5... Read more


Winless at Wooden: Tournament performance leaves questions for Hoyas

Georgetown fell two times at the Wooden Legacy Tournament this week. Despite some good individual performances, questions remain.


Big East Men’s preview

From Villanova to DePaul, the Voice ranks Big East men's teams and players for the 2021-22 season.