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...

Sports

Brunson leads Georgetown into the future

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02/08/2001

The walk from the Sports Information Office to the floor of McDonough Arena is a long one, but one that is even longer when you’re not sure what’s awaiting you on the other end. The stories are there. You know she raced the length of the court in a game during her senior year at…

Turnaround

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02/01/2001

From 16-0 to 17-3. It’s been a rough two weeks for the basketball team. The seemingly invincible team that turned Seton Hall from the tough new team with the bright future into the conference disappointment has its own problems now. Before we try and figure out what those problems are, some perspective is in order….

Twister was never this fun

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02/01/2001

As I write this, my shoulders are aching, a tiny muscle in my back is going into its tenth spasm of the hour and I’m sitting up straighter than I ever have in my life. Normally I attribute minor aches and pains to one of my long runs (especially the time that I wiped out…

The Sports Sermon

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02/01/2001

Following in the tradition of much of the 1990s, the Super Bowl was once again not Super in the least (you can only get so many one-armed goal line tackles or Scott Norwoods in a generation), with the possible exception of our remarkable ability to acquire a keg from R Street at 6 PM for…

Hoyas stumble in thick of Big East play

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02/01/2001

The men’s basketball team had a few problems this week. After defeating UNLV Thursday at the MCI center, the Hoyas had their first losing streak of the season, dropping the team from first to third place in the Big East West Division. Monday night, Georgetown lost badly to Syracuse, 70-63. Syracuse forwards Preston Shumpert and…

Zone key to neutralizing Georgetown offense

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02/01/2001

If there is one thing to blame for the Hoyas’ recent struggles, it is zone defense. Both Notre Dame and Syracuse used zone to neutralize the Hoyas dominant low-post players and prevent the Hoya guards from using their penetration abilities to get to the basket. By playing zone, the Orangemen and Fighting Irish gave the…

Men’s basketball edged by Pitt

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01/25/2001

The men’s basketball team lost for the first time this season, falling this past Saturday against Pittsburgh, 70-66. The Hoyas are now 16-1 (4-1 in the Big East), but are more solidly in first place of their Big East division due to Syracuse’s two losses to both Seton Hall and Notre Dame this week. Georgetown…

Undefeated no more

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01/25/2001

The men’s basketball team isn’t undefeated anymore. As Head Coach Craig Esherick said after the team’s loss to Pittsburgh, going undefeated in the Big East would be next to impossible. Eventually, the Hoyas were going to have one of those nights. It happened Saturday. Does this loss suggest that more losses are on the way?…

All around McDonough

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01/25/2001

Women’s Basketball?Coach Patrick Knapp’s post-season hopes were bolstered last night with a much-needed 76-56 win against the Pittsburgh Panthers With the victory, the Hoyas move to 11-7 and 3-4 in the Big East. Freshman forward Rebekkah Brunson, a local standout from Oxon Hill High School in Maryland, led the Hoya women with a career-high 28…

Everybody Loves Raymond

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01/25/2001

Ray Lewis is not a nice guy, or at least that’s what watching him on television would make you think. He’s portrayed as ineloquent, evasive, boorish and above all unlawful. He pleaded guilty to obstructing a double-murder investigation and was fined $250,000 by his boss for his involvement. Through it all, Lewis has shown no…

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