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Women’s Basketball Stays Hot Against Butler

Women’s Basketball Stays Hot Against Butler

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03/01/2019

On Friday evening, the Georgetown Hoyas women’s basketball team (14-14, 8-9 Big East) extended their winning streak to three with a 72-42 rout at Butler (20-8, 10-7 Big East). The Blue & Gray are heating up at the most important part of the season. Senior guard Dionna White scored 23 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, and…

Baseball Routs George Washington for First Win

Baseball Routs George Washington for First Win

By:
02/27/2019

On Wednesday, the Georgetown Hoyas baseball team (1-6, Big East) earned a much needed 14-4 victory over crosstown rival George Washington (3-4, Atlantic-10) in Arlington, VA. The game was closely played for the first four innings before the Hoyas busted it open. It was a day of broken streaks, as Georgetown’s six-game losing streak ended…

Baseball’s Losing Streak Extends to Six

Baseball’s Losing Streak Extends to Six

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02/24/2019

This weekend, the Georgetown baseball team (0-6, Big East) was swept on the road by  Campbell (5-2, Big South) in a three-game set. The rough series extended the Hoyas’ losing streak to six to start the year. Sophomore shortstop Eddie McCabe and junior first baseman Freddie Achecar III each hit their first home runs of…

Women’s Basketball Outlasts Providence in Tight Affair

Women’s Basketball Outlasts Providence in Tight Affair

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02/03/2019

On Sunday, the Georgetown Hoyas women’s basketball team (11-11, 5-6 Big East) defeated the Providence Friars (13-10, 5-6 Big East), 61-56, at McDonough Arena. The victory makes it two in a row for the Hoyas following their win at McDonough over Creighton (10-12, 4-7 Big East) on Friday. Reliable graduate student guard Dorothy Adomako turned…

Ewing Lands Another Recruit in Four-Star Center Qudus Wahab

Ewing Lands Another Recruit in Four-Star Center Qudus Wahab

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01/31/2019

The Georgetown men’s basketball team (13-7, 3-4 Big East) takes on Xavier (11-10, 3-5 Big East) at Capital One Arena on Thursday looking for a big conference win. On Wednesday, however, they already got a victory, when class of 2019 center Qudus Wahab announced his verbal commitment to the Hoyas. Wahab, from Flint Hill School…

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