Articles tagged: Basketball Preview 2015


Battle Hardened: The Women’s Basketball Seniors

Logan Battle sits up straight, smiles, and speaks straightforwardly about her time at Georgetown. A turbulent career has not diminished the senior guard’s candor, nor has it dimmed the hope... Read more


Dorothy Adomako: Spectacular Sophomore Living Her Dream on the Hilltop

Sophomore guard Dorothy Adomako has always wanted to play basketball at Georgetown. “My parents were always talking about Georgetown,” said Adomako. “They would come here and say ‘Oh, my kid... Read more


Hard at Work: Practice Makes Perfect for Women’s Hoops

Wander into McDonough Arena on a weekday afternoon and you’ll hear sneakers squeaking on hardwood, hands clapping together, and booming voices echoing across an otherwise empty gymnasium. Move further inside... Read more


Meet The New Guys on the Men’s Basketball Team

Sports Information Marcus Derrickson Forward, 6-7, 250 lbs Bowie, MD Derrickson comes toenters the Hilltop with high expectations. A complete and dynamic forward, Derrickson figures to be ready to contribute... Read more


Bradley Hayes: Stepping Into The Spotlight

In just ten minutes, Bradley Hayes saved his college career. During last year’s Round of 32 NCAA tournament game against Eastern Washington, Georgetown Head coach John Thompson III was forced... Read more


Running the Gauntlet: This year’s Hoyas seek to prove they can compete with national powerhouses

John Thompson III looks tired. He could be tired because he is the head coach of a program which could face three ranked teams in the first ten days of... Read more


Big East Preview: The Voice’s Outlook for the Nation’s Toughest Conference

1. Villanova Wildcats Head Coach: Jay Wright (15th Year, 359-152, 10 NCAA Appearances, 1 Final Four) Player to Watch: Senior guard Ryan Arcidiacono The local senior from Langhorne, Pa. will... Read more


State of the Union

With the leader of the Hoyas set to begin his final season, it’s time to look at the candidates to replace the star in the Oval Office of the Verizon... Read more


LJ Peak: The Sophomore Jump

Fresh off of a stellar freshman first-year campaign and a gold medal win at the FIBA U-19 World Championships, sophomore forward L.J. Peak hopes to build upon a solid foundation... Read more


Isaac Copeland: A Star in the Making

He’s a Hoya, stands six-foot-nine, and plays small forward. He’s tall, lanky, and prefers making plays that don’t always make it into the box score. And he might just be... Read more


DSR: Returning for Unfinished Business

On March 31st, D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera dropped a bomb on Hoya basketball fans. The Indianapolis native announced he would forego his senior year of college to declare for the NBA Draft,... Read more


All Bark, No Bite: Can Georgetown Rebuild its Damaged Reputation?

People used to fear Georgetown. Up until recently, any time Georgetown came up in a discussion among college hoops fans, it had a presence. It had the feel of other... Read more