Georgetown Women Win Spiked Shoe Invitational in Upset Fashion while Men place second

The Georgetown women’s cross country team pulled off an upset victory Friday afternoon at the Spiked Shoe Invitational at Penn State, defeating the regionally top ranked Nittany Lions, Guelph, West Virginia, and Saint Francis with a score of 25 points. The men’s team, ranked third in the Mid-Atlantic region, fell short in a close battle...

No. 15 Georgetown Defeats No. 23 West Virginia In Important Nonconference Matchup

The No. 15 Georgetown women’s soccer team (5-2-1, Big East) took care of business and thrashed the No. 23 West Virginia Mountaineers (3-3-1, Big 12) 3-0 on a scorching Sunday afternoon at Shaw Field. Sophomore defender Jenna Royson and freshman midfielder Julia Leas each tallied their second goal of the season, while graduate forward Amanda...

Field Hockey Finishes Four-Game Road Trip 2-2

Finishing their four-game road trip, the Georgetown field hockey team (3-3, Big East) traveled to Rider (3-2, NEC) on Friday and Lehigh (3-1, Patriot League) on Sunday, winning 1-0 and losing 3-0, respectively. The Hoyas battled all game against Rider, with their impressive defensive performance proving to be the difference, but were outshined by Lehigh’s...

Men’s Soccer Cruises Past UConn in Style

Returning from a successful two-game stretch in California, the No. 5 Georgetown men’s soccer team (5-0-0, Big East) extended their hot start to the season Saturday afternoon with a confident 4-1 win over UConn (2-3-0, American). Georgetown took the lead early at Shaw Field and increased it to two before the intermission. The Huskies showed...

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Field Hockey Finishes Four-Game Road Trip 2-2

Field Hockey Finishes Four-Game Road Trip 2-2

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09/16/2019

Finishing their four-game road trip, the Georgetown field hockey team (3-3, Big East) traveled to Rider (3-2, NEC) on Friday and Lehigh (3-1, Patriot League) on Sunday, winning 1-0 and losing 3-0, respectively. The Hoyas battled all game against Rider, with their impressive defensive performance proving to be the difference, but were outshined by Lehigh’s…

Men’s Soccer Cruises Past UConn in Style

Men’s Soccer Cruises Past UConn in Style

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09/14/2019

Returning from a successful two-game stretch in California, the No. 5 Georgetown men’s soccer team (5-0-0, Big East) extended their hot start to the season Saturday afternoon with a confident 4-1 win over UConn (2-3-0, American). Georgetown took the lead early at Shaw Field and increased it to two before the intermission. The Huskies showed…

Football Hammers Catholic 69-0 to Improve to 2-1

Football Hammers Catholic 69-0 to Improve to 2-1

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09/14/2019

On Saturday, the Georgetown Hoyas football team (2-1, Patriot League) put a beatdown on Catholic (0-2, NEWMAC), routing the Cardinals 69-0. The Hoyas dominated in all aspects of the game, scoring on 11 of 14 drives and inducing a punt or turnover on each of Catholic’s 14 possessions. The quarterback tandem of senior Gunther Johnson…

No. 15 Women’s Soccer Survives Overtime Thriller Against Princeton

No. 15 Women’s Soccer Survives Overtime Thriller Against Princeton

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09/13/2019

The No. 15 Georgetown women’s soccer team (4-2-1, Big East) prevailed in a memorable matchup against the Princeton Tigers (2-2-1 Ivy League) on Thursday afternoon at Shaw Field, winning 4-3 in sudden death overtime. The Hoyas’ goals were notched by senior defender Kelly Ann Livingstone, sophomore midfielder Devon Lis, sophomore defender Jenna Royson and graduate…

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