Men’s Basketball Falters in Second Half against Providence

The Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team (15-11, 5-8 Big East) fell apart in the second half to lose 73-63 to the Providence Friars (15-12, 8-6 Big East) on Wednesday. The Hoyas failed to keep the momentum after two consecutive victories, including one over No. 19 Butler. Junior guard Jahvon Blair scored a game-high 20 points...

Baseball Falls in Crosstown Matchup Against George Washington

On Tuesday afternoon, the Georgetown Hoyas baseball team (1-3, Big East) fell to George Washington (2-1, Atlantic-10) in a low scoring away game. The 3-2 loss for the Hoyas comes after dropping their opening series of the season, where they won one of three vs Navy the weekend prior. On Tuesday, Georgetown struggled to string...

Georgetown Baseball Wins One of Three vs Navy to Open Season

Over the weekend, the Georgetown baseball team (1-2, Big East) traveled to North Carolina to face Navy (2-1, Patriot League) in the first series of the season for both teams. The Hoyas’ offense erupted in the first game, only to struggle in the second and third games of the series. After a 16-6 win in...

After Slow Start, No. 15 Men’s Lacrosse Pull Away to Beat UMBC 14-8

The No. 15 Georgetown Hoyas men’s lacrosse team (2-0, Big East) won their second game of the season against the UMBC Retrievers (0-1, America East), who dropped their season opener. Coming off a dominant 17-3 showing against Lafayette last week, Georgetown Head Coach Kevin Warne’s team continued its strong play on both ends of the...


Men’s Basketball Struggles Defensively, Falls to Villanova

Men’s Basketball Struggles Defensively, Falls to Villanova


The Georgetown men’s basketball team hung around early but failed to keep up with No. 16 Villanova in the second half, losing to the Wildcats 80-66 on Saturday afternoon at the Wells Fargo Center. Sophomore forward Saddiq Bey was the star for Nova (12-3, 3-1 Big East), notching a career-high 33 points, including 8-of-10 shooting…

McClung is Back But Men’s Basketball Falls to Seton Hall 78-62

McClung is Back But Men’s Basketball Falls to Seton Hall 78-62


The Georgetown men’s basketball team (10-5, 0-2 Big East) continued conference play on Friday night with a 78-62 loss at Seton Hall (10-4, 2-0 Big East). After suffering an eye injury mid-way through Georgetown’s December 28th win against American University, sophomore guard Mac McClung sat out of the Big East opener against the Providence Friars….

Women’s Basketball Tops UMES to Close Out Non-Conference Play

Women’s Basketball Tops UMES to Close Out Non-Conference Play


The Georgetown women’s basketball team closed out their non-conference schedule with a much-needed win against the University of Maryland Eastern Shore on Saturday. While the Hoyas brought their signature defensive edge, the Hawks’ poor shooting ultimately gave Georgetown its decisive 57-39 victory. Graduate guard Taylor Barnes scored a game-high 16 points for the Hoyas, while…

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