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Softball struggles offensively at Villanova

Softball struggles offensively at Villanova

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04/23/2018

This weekend, the Georgetown Hoyas softball team (13-33, 4-10 Big East) took on the Villanova Wildcats (22-17-1, 7-5 Big East) for a three game series. The series was played at Villanova. Unfortunately, the Hoyas were swept, and lost each game in fairly convincing fashion. On Saturday, the squads played a double-header, and in the first…

Baseball Stays Hot With Sweep of George Mason

Baseball Stays Hot With Sweep of George Mason

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04/15/2018

This weekend, the Georgetown Hoyas baseball team (13-20, 2-1 Big East) hosted the George Mason Patriots (14-20, 6-3 Atlantic-10) at Shirley Povich Field for a three game set, including a double header on Saturday. The Hoyas came into the series on a three game win streak, which was doubled after a clean sweep of the…

Baseball swept by UNC-Greensboro over Easter

Baseball swept by UNC-Greensboro over Easter

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04/03/2018

Over Easter weekend, the Georgetown baseball team (7-19, Big East) played a three game set against the UNC-Greensboro Spartans (20-6, 2-1 Southern Conference). The series was played at UNCG Baseball Stadium. Despite the Hoyas carrying some momentum in this series, they were swept by the Spartans. On Thursday, March 29, Georgetown fell 7-3. Freshman right-hander…

MLB Preview and Predictions

MLB Preview and Predictions

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04/01/2018

American League Most Valuable Player – Mike Trout You just can’t go wrong with the Angels’ center fielder. Mike Trout has been a favorite for this award every year since his rookie season, and at just 26 years old, he is already a surefire hall of famer. Last season, when he missed over a month…

Baseball splits weekend series with Princeton

Baseball splits weekend series with Princeton

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03/20/2018

On Friday, March 16, the Georgetown Hoyas baseball team (5-14, Big East) kicked off a four-game series against Princeton (2-10, Ivy League). The Hoyas hosted the series at Shirley Povich Field. They last played on Wednesday, when they took down Coppin State (3-12-1, MEAC) 16-9, while the Tigers hadn’t played since the previous Saturday, when…

Baseball picks up the first two wins on the year

Baseball picks up the first two wins on the year

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03/13/2018

The Georgetown men’s baseball team (2-12, Big East) traveled to Port Charlotte, Florida last week for the Snowbird Baseball Classic. The trip featured games against Mount St. Mary’s (3-7, Northeast), Dartmouth (2-4, Ivy League), Northeastern (9-5, Colonial), Western Michigan (8-6, MAC), and St. Joseph’s (4-7, Atlantic-10). Overall, the Hoyas finished 2-5 on the trip. On…

Men’s tennis struggles in Florida over the break

Men’s tennis struggles in Florida over the break

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03/13/2018

Over spring break, the Georgetown men’s tennis team (2-4, 1-0 Big East) travelled to Boca Raton, Florida for a set of three matches against Florida Atlantic (12-6, 1-0 Conference-USA), Lynn University (7-3, 1-1 Sunshine State Conference), and Barry University (8-1, 2-0 Sunshine State Conference). Unfortunately, the Hoyas were beaten in all three matches, and had…

Baseball goes winless in three game series at Davidson

Baseball goes winless in three game series at Davidson

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02/26/2018

This weekend, the Georgetown men’s baseball team (0-6, Big East) traveled to Davidson, North Carolina, for a three-game series against the Davidson Wildcats (6-1, A-10). In similar fashion to last week, the offense failed to muster up much of anything, and the Hoyas dropped all three games. On Friday, the Blue & Gray fell 9-2…

Men’s tennis begins conference play with a win

Men’s tennis begins conference play with a win

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02/25/2018

On Friday February 23, the Georgetown men’s tennis team (2-1, 1-0 Big East) traveled to Cincinnati to play Xavier (0-6, 0-1 Big East). The Hoyas prevailed 4-3 in a tightly played matchup and set the tone for success in Big East play. In doubles, Georgetown took two out of three overall. Seniors Peter Beatty and…

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