Men’s Basketball Falters Late Against Creighton, Drops Another Close One

The Georgetown men’s basketball team (12-7, 2-4 Big East) took a second straight close home loss on Monday night at Capital One Arena. In a battle between the top two scoring offenses in the Big East, Creighton (11-8, 2-4 Big East) came out on top, 91-87, in a game that was tight throughout. Sophomore guard...

Women’s Tennis Begins 2019 Season with Defeat to Army

The Georgetown women’s tennis team (0-1, Big East) opened their 2019 season play on Saturday with a 6-1 defeat to the Army Black Knights (1-1, Patriot League) in Arlington, Va. In doubles action, senior Risa Nakagawa and freshman Elena de Santis earned a 7-5 victory, though the overall doubles matches were taken by Army, 2-1....

Hoyas of the Week (1/14 – 1/20)

Welcome to ‘Hoyas of the Week,’ where we take a look at some outstanding performances in the past week across all of Georgetown’s athletic programs. Dorothy Adomako – Women’s Basketball This past week, Dorothy Adomako had arguably her best stretch on the hardwood of her Georgetown career. First, the graduate student guard was the lone...

Pregame Primer: Men’s Basketball Looks to Bounce Back Against Creighton

The Georgetown men’s basketball team (12-6, 2-3 Big East) will take on Creighton (10-8, 1-4 Big East) Monday in a Martin Luther King Jr. Day evening matchup at Capital One Arena. The Hoyas and the Bluejays, who are sitting at 8th and 10th in the Big East, respectively, will both be desperately looking for another...

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Women’s Tennis Begins 2019 Season with Defeat to Army

Women’s Tennis Begins 2019 Season with Defeat to Army

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01/21/2019

The Georgetown women’s tennis team (0-1, Big East) opened their 2019 season play on Saturday with a 6-1 defeat to the Army Black Knights (1-1, Patriot League) in Arlington, Va. In doubles action, senior Risa Nakagawa and freshman Elena de Santis earned a 7-5 victory, though the overall doubles matches were taken by Army, 2-1….

Hoyas of the Week (1/14 – 1/20)

Hoyas of the Week (1/14 – 1/20)

By:
01/21/2019

Welcome to ‘Hoyas of the Week,’ where we take a look at some outstanding performances in the past week across all of Georgetown’s athletic programs. Dorothy Adomako – Women’s Basketball This past week, Dorothy Adomako had arguably her best stretch on the hardwood of her Georgetown career. First, the graduate student guard was the lone…

On Their Own Turf: The D.C. Divas Fight For Recognition

On Their Own Turf: The D.C. Divas Fight For Recognition

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01/18/2019

This team won back-to-back national championships in 2015 and 2016 and another in 2006. They’ve taken home 14 division titles and have made 15 playoff appearances in their almost 20-year history. The D.C. Divas are a full-tackle women’s football team with a roster of over 60 players, and they’re based right here in the District….

A Look Back at Women’s Soccer’s Historic 2018 Season

A Look Back at Women’s Soccer’s Historic 2018 Season

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01/14/2019

The Georgetown women’s soccer season lasted for exactly four months. Head coach Dave Nolan’s side reported to the Maryland SoccerPlex on August 1 to begin training. But even before the season opener against Georgia, the plaudits came in thick and fast for the Hoyas. The Hoyas were ranked No. 22 in the preseason coaches poll,…

Pregame Primer: Men’s Basketball Hosts No. 15 Marquette

Pregame Primer: Men’s Basketball Hosts No. 15 Marquette

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01/14/2019

On Tuesday, the Georgetown men’s basketball team (12-5, 2-2 Big East) will host No. 15 Marquette (14-3, 3-1 Big East) at Capital One Arena. Tuesday will be the second game of a three-game homestand for Georgetown. Both teams are looking to build on home wins against Big East opponents in their last outings. This will…

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