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Heartbreak Hoyas: Georgetown fails on the football field

Last season, the only sounds coming out of Cooper Field were those of construction. There were no fans, no Pep Band, and no players. COVID-19 shuttered the Georgetown football program.... Read more

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Hoyas take on Mountaineers in stylistic clash

The West Virginia Mountaineers are the only team that stands between the Georgetown men’s soccer team and a trip back to Cary, North Carolina.

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Happy Holloways: Georgetown Men’s Basketball Rallies After Slow Start

Coming off of back-to-back losses, Georgetown was looking to bounce back with a convincing win against the Lancers. The Hoyas came out on top carried by a standout performance by sophomore Collin Holloway, who recorded a career-high of 23 points.

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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.

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Marlon for Mayor: Men’s soccer cruises past Providence thanks to a Tabora hat trick

The third-seeded Hoyas (18-2, 8-2 Big East) blazed past Providence (12-5-4, 5-2-3 Big East) 4-1 to advance to the Elite Eight in a physical match-up Sunday afternoon on Shaw Field.... Read more

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Tale of the Tape: Providence vs. Georgetown

The Voice reviews the tape from the first two games of the season between Providence and Georgetown. The third will arrive on Sunday.

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Hoyas move on in NCAA Tournament, Providence rubber match on deck

Georgetown took down Georgia St on Sunday behind goals from Polvara and Riviere. Providence looms in the 3rd round.

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Hoyas lose in heartbreaking fashion to Columbia

After clawing their way back into the game, the Georgetown women's basketball team fell to Columbia in double overtime on Sunday.

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Hoyas continue to gel; rout Siena 

A Don Carey revenge game against Siena shows the Hoyas still have work to do but are able to win through adversity.

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Georgetown gutted, falls to Santa Clara in second round of NCAA tournament

After a season with so much promise, Georgetown women's soccer fell to Santa Clara 2-1 in overtime on Friday.

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Title talk: Comparing the 2019 and 2021 men’s soccer team

As Georgetown men's soccer gets set to play in the NCAA Tournament, see how they stack up against their 2019 version that won it all.

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Hoyas fall to Davidson for the first loss of the season

Georgetown took their first loss of the year, falling to Davidson under a barrage of three pointers and untimely turnovers.

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Un-American activities: Hoyas dominate Eagles

Georgetown dominated an overmatched American University on Tuesday to get into the win column for the first time this season.

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Women’s basketball demolishes Salem, starts season 2-0

Georgetown women's basketball jumps to 2-0 after they demolished Salem (WV) by a final score of 86-48 led by Jillian Archer's play.

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Stojanovic and Nikopolidis earn tournament honors as Hoyas claim Big East title

The No. 7 Georgetown men’s soccer team (16-2, 8-2 Big East) conquered the Big East Tournament and retook the title after a 2-1 overtime win against the Providence Friars (10-4-4,... Read more

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Georgetown Men’s Basketball falls in season opener to Dartmouth in surprising defeat

The Georgetown men’s basketball team (0-1, Big East) fell 69-60 to Dartmouth (1-1, Ivy League) in the Hoyas’ first game since their NCAA tournament loss to Colorado last season. Star... Read more

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Decisive run powers Hoyas in first round tournament victory

On a windy Saturday afternoon at Shaw Field, No. 3 seed Georgetown women’s soccer (12-1-6, 7-1-2 Big East) dismantled Central Connecticut St. (11-5-0, 8-2-0 NEC) 6-0 to move on to... Read more

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Saving the best for last: Hoyas advance, beating Villanova in the final minute

A Joe Buck goal in the 90th minute sends the Hoyas past Villanova and into the Big East Final

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One goal: Hoyas looking for a return to the biggest stage

After a disappointing finish to their 2020-2021 season, the Hoyas are hungry to return to the College Cup and win another championship.

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Big East Women’s preview

Player of the Year: guard Paige Bueckers, UConn Freshman of the Year: guard Azzi Fudd, UConn 1. UConn 2021: 28-2 (18-0 Big East) After returning to the Big East in... Read more