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Men’s Soccer Sinks Navy, Advances to Second Round of NCAA Tournament

The Georgetown Hoyas men’s soccer team (12-5-3) opened their NCAA tournament run on a cloudless Wednesday afternoon, hosting the Navy Midshipmen (7-5-9) at Shaw Field. The Hoyas played a dominant... Read more

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Last Week in Basketball: 11/20/22

Last week, the Georgetown University basketball teams played four games, opening up non-conference play with a 3-1 combined record.  Women’s Basketball v Salem, November 7: The women’s team started off... Read more

Halftime Sports

NIL helps athletes sell: How the branding rule change is shaping collegiate sports

In 2021, Kool-Aid signed Alabama student athlete Ga’Quincy “Kool-Aid” McKinstry to promote their brand on the football field. It’s normal for athletes to market their public image, but until recently,... Read more

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Faith on the field: How student athletes navigate religion at Georgetown

For many of Georgetown’s almost 800 student athletes, athletics are practically a full-time job. While juggling a 40-hour sports schedule, academics, and social life, spiritual well-being can get put on... Read more

Basketball Issue 2022

Brandon Murray is bringing the grind—and the style—back to the District

If you spot Brandon Murray on campus in his sweatpants, be sure to keep your distance. Murray, the sophomore transfer from Louisiana State University (LSU) who looks to be the... Read more

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“What We’re All About:” Graceann Bennett and the power of on-court persistence

For senior post player Graceann Bennett, everything comes back to hard work. She attributes that attitude to her parents, both college athletes themselves. Her father Jeff was a football player... Read more

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Men’s BIG EAST Preview 2022-23

1 Though still among the conference elites, Villanova is a risky pick to be the top team in the BIG EAST. Hall of Fame Head Coach Jay Wright has retired,... Read more

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Women’s BIG EAST Preview 2022-23

Tier 1: Giants of the Game 1. Reigning Big East champion UConn is the current favorite, but recent roster changes could complicate their dominance. Three of five starters graduated, and... Read more

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Meet the new players: Women’s Basketball new recruits

Jada Claude F | Senior Jada Claude, the senior transfer from Morehead State, is a slashing wing who averaged 13.6 ppg and 7.1 rpg last year. Claude has had an... Read more

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Led by defense, Women’s Basketball is ready for a resurgence

March 5, 2022, was an exciting day for Georgetown students: the first day of spring break, an oasis within a grueling semester. If you had checked the score of Georgetown... Read more

Basketball Issue 2022

Meet the new players: Men’s Basketball new recruits

Brandon Murray G | Sophomore  Sophomore guard Brandon Murray comes to the Hoyas from LSU along with new associate head coach Kevin Nickelberry. Coming off of a freshman season where... Read more

Basketball Issue 2022

Comeback time: After a disastrous season, Men’s Basketball looks for a fresh start

After winning the 2021 BIG EAST tournament, the Georgetown Men’s Basketball Team looked to replicate their success in the 2021-22 season. With two key recruits in Aminu Mohammed and Ryan... Read more

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This Week in Soccer: Men and Women Clinch Big East Titles

Following shaky starts to the season for two of Georgetown’s premier programs, all appears well in the soccer world as both the men’s (8-4-3, 6-1-1 Big East) and women’s (12-1-5,... Read more

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Hoya Volleyball Falls to Bluejays

The Georgetown women’s volleyball team (4-17, 2-8 Big East) fell to the No. 18 Creighton Bluejays (18-3, 10-0 Big East) in a 3-0 sweep in McDonough Gymnasium on Saturday. This... Read more

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Field Frustrations: Club sports teams deprioritized

When Georgetown Athletics told the men’s rugby team they couldn’t use Cooper Field just two hours before their scheduled practice time, the team played anyway—on Healy Lawn, cleats and all. ... Read more

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Go Home, Country Roads: WSOC Takes Down WVU at Home

On a beautiful Saturday afternoon on the Hilltop, the No. 17/11 Georgetown Hoyas (4-1-3) squared off against the West Virginia Mountaineers (3-3-3) as they wrapped up their non conference slate.... Read more

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Revenge of the Terrapins: Men’s soccer falls 2-1 in physical Maryland match-up

The No. 21/7 Georgetown Hoyas men’s soccer team (1-2-2, Big East) fell 2-1 to a physical No. 14/19 Maryland side (3-1-1, Big Ten) at home on Saturday afternoon. After a... Read more

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H*yas For Choice drafts “No Donation Pledge” to Georgetown following overturn of reproductive rights

HFC drafted a “No Donation Pledge” calling for contraception access, pro-choice funding, and an end to the Cardinal O'Connor Conference.

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Boo-Yah! Forward Boo Jackson leads the Hoyas to Victory in her First Game Back from Injury

After drawing at University of Maryland (1-0-4) last week, the No. 17/13 Georgetown Hoyas (2-1-3) returned home to take on the Columbia Lions (1-1-1) on Saturday. Right from kickoff, the... Read more

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Young Hoyas aiming high amid even higher expectations for soccer season

Men’s Preview: Atop the 2022 NCAA Men’s Soccer preseason rankings was the Clemson Tigers, last season’s national champions. Right behind them at number two? The Georgetown Hoyas.  For some programs,... Read more