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Field of Dreams: After years of delays, a new Cooper Field is finally ready to see action

On April 30, 2005, University President John DeGioia attended the groundbreaking of Multi-Sport Field alongside a host of alumni, students, and Athletics Department officials. Fifteen years, four months, and 26... Read more

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Georgetown basketball teams to return to campus and the court

The Georgetown men’s basketball and women’s basketball teams are set to move back into campus housing on Sept. 11, as they begin preparations for the upcoming 2020-21 NCAA Division I... Read more

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Former Georgetown men’s basketball coach John Thompson dies at 78

Former Georgetown men’s basketball coach John Thompson Jr. died at the age of 78 early on August 31, 2020. He will be remembered for his advocacy for his players and... Read more

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Building the brand of a champion

This article is part 2 of “It’s A G Thing”, a 4-part series about the history of the Georgetown men’s basketball team both on and off the court. Part 1... Read more

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Black America’s team

This article is part 3 of “It’s A G Thing”, a 4-part series about the history of the Georgetown men’s basketball team both on and off the court. Part 2... Read more

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Back to the roots

This article is part 4 of “It’s A G Thing”, a 4-part series about the history of the Georgetown men’s basketball team both on and off the court. Find Part... Read more

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A Disturbance in the Force

This article is part of “It’s A G Thing”, a 4-part series about the history of the Georgetown men’s basketball team both on and off the court. “Thompson the n—–... Read more

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Big East Cancels Fall Sports

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Big East Conference has officially postponed fall sports. With its announcement on Wednesday evening that fall competition would be postponed, the Big... Read more

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Patrick Ewing tests positive for COVID-19

On May 22, Georgetown men’s basketball head coach Patrick Ewing announced via a statement on Twitter that he tested positive for COVID-19. Ewing is under care and isolated at a... Read more

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Mac McClung to transfer from Georgetown

Sophomore guard Mac McClung withdrew his name from the NBA Draft and entered the transfer portal on May 13. McClung averaged 15.7 points, 2.4 assists, and 1.4 steals per game... Read more

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No. 12 Men’s Lacrosse Routs Towson 16-4 To Remain Undefeated

The Georgetown Hoyas men’s lacrosse team (6-0, Big East), remained undefeated on Saturday, dominating from start to finish in a victory against the Towson Tigers (0-6, CAA). Continuing their early... Read more

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Strong Start by Weeks Not Enough Against Coppin State

A strong start by sophomore left-hander Jack Weeks and a late comeback attempt by the Hoyas were not enough to secure a win in a midweek matchup against Coppin State... Read more

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Bats Falter with Runners on Base in Loss to William & Mary

In an end to a frustrating weekend for Georgetown baseball (3-8, Big East), the Hoyas fell 13-2 to William & Mary (4-7, Colonial) in an away game on Sunday afternoon.... Read more

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Baseball Struggles to Contain VCU’s Bats in Loss

After a pulling off an exciting victory on Friday over Richmond (2-8, Atlantic 10), Georgetown (3-7, Big East) faced more than they could handle on Saturday afternoon, falling 20-6 to... Read more

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Men’s Basketball Falls Late to Xavier in Physical Contest

The Georgetown men’s basketball team (15-14, 5-11 Big East) lost its fourth straight game Sunday afternoon, falling to Xavier (19-10, 8-8 Big East) 66-63 in a heartbreaker that was close... Read more

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No. 12 Men’s Lacrosse Defeats Bellarmine with Dominant Performance

The No. 12 Georgetown Hoyas men’s lacrosse team (5-0, Big East) defeated the Bellarmine Knights (2-5, Southern Conference) in a 13-4 rout to close a perfect February. Coming off a... Read more

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Timely Hits Lift Hoyas Over Rocky Start Against Richmond

On Friday afternoon, Georgetown baseball (3-6, Big East) continued their stretch of road games with an 11-8 victory over Richmond (2-7 Atlantic 10), giving the Hoyas their second consecutive win... Read more

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Women’s Basketball Remains Competitive In Loss to Providence

On Friday night, the Georgetown Hoyas women’s basketball team suffered a closely contested 62-55 loss to the Providence Friars. Providence gained the lead midway through the second quarter and never... Read more

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Seven Strong Innings by Weeks Lead Hoyas to Victory Over Maryland Eastern Shore

The Georgetown Hoyas baseball team (2-6, Big East) defeated Maryland Eastern Shore (1-6, Mid-Eastern) 7-4 on Wednesday afternoon in a midweek away game in Salisbury, Maryland. The victory came after... Read more

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New Kid on the Starting Block: Carbone Heads to Olympic Trials

Drew Carbone (MSB ’21) may have qualified for the U.S. Olympic swimming trials, but all he can think about right now is the Big East. Carbone (pronounced car-BONE-ee) is the... Read more