Articles tagged: Georgetown basketball


How They Hustle: Ish Massoud of Georgetown Men’s Basketball

This week, Caroline and Dylan are joined by Ish Massoud, forward on Georgetown Men’s Basketball! Hailing from Harlem, New York, Ish discusses bringing a veteran presence to the Georgetown locker... Read more

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The Ewing theory, relitigated

There’s nothing worse in sports than being called a loser. Once you’re flagged as someone who can’t win, it follows you like a pungent smell. The stench of purported failure... Read more

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Don’t cry because it happened, smile because it’s over (hopefully): full length

Welcome to the most hope Georgetown basketball has had in years! Come on down, take a seat. I’m assuming if you’re reading this that Ewing has either officially resigned or... Read more


This Week in Basketball (12/12-12/18): Passing of Louis Orr, Hoyas lose conference games

It was a sad week for Georgetown basketball with the death of Louis Orr, one of the legendary faces of Big East and Georgetown basketball. Additionally, both teams lost conference... Read more


Georgetown fails to finish; South Carolina pulls out overtime win

The six-point favorite Georgetown Hoyas (4-5, Big East) fell 74-71 in overtime to the South Carolina Gamecocks (4-4, SEC). Once again, the Hoyas’ inability to defend the three led to... Read more


Five more months of hope: The story of the 2007 Georgetown basketball team

Patrick Ewing, Jr. is not here anymore, and maybe that’s for the best. Sometimes, stepping out of the comfort zone is the best way to move forward, even if it... Read more


Jamorko Pickett’s continued rise: The incredible journey of D.C.’s own after Georgetown

This piece is a follow-up to a May 24, 2021 Voice article on Jamorko Pickett.   July 29, 2021. The 2021 NBA Draft. Two rounds to decide the 60 names... Read more


Georgetown pummeled by Marquette in their Big East home opener, 92-64

In their Big East home opener on Jan. 7, the Georgetown men’s basketball team (6-6, 0-1 Big East) was trounced by Marquette (10-6, 2-3 Big East), losing 92-64. Despite the... Read more


Happy Holloways: Georgetown Men’s Basketball Rallies After Slow Start

Coming off of back-to-back losses, Georgetown was looking to bounce back with a convincing win against the Lancers. The Hoyas came out on top carried by a standout performance by sophomore Collin Holloway, who recorded a career-high of 23 points.

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The Weekly List: Songs to Celebrate a Championship

The Voice loves a good Sportz x Leisure crossover, and I am here today to provide a playlist for all those loyal Hoya fans out there still buzzing over Georgetown’s... Read more


Women’s Basketball falls to Xavier in last game of the season

The Georgetown University women’s basketball team suffered a loss to Xavier in their final game of the regular season

Full Court Press

Full Court Press: Season 3, Episode 2

Nathan and Josh discuss the recent results for the women's and men's basketball teams. The women have struggled in their last games against Big East foes Butler and No. 19 DePaul, while the men are on pause due to a positive COVID-19 test from a Tier 1 individual.


Georgetown basketball returns to court amid calls for athletes to play

Georgetown basketball teams will return to games this month for the start of the college basketball season on Nov. 25.


Georgetown pays tribute to Coach Thompson

Georgetown commemorated the life of former men’s basketball coach John Thompson, Jr., who passed away on Aug. 30 at the age of 78, in a virtual event held via Facebook... Read more


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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No Medals for Trying

Jerry Izenberg was a beat reporter for the New York Giants who wrote a book entitled No Medals for Trying. It’s an entire book about the Giants preparing for a... Read more


Don’t Be So Blue: Weak Schedule is a Gray Area

As the Georgetown men’s basketball team gets ready to start the season under new leadership, it enters a non-conference schedule that has turned some heads. None of the schools scheduled... Read more


Hoyas’ Soft Schedule is an Airball

A men’s college basketball season for Power Five programs can be thought of as a slightly modified three-course meal. You start with appetizers, which are early-season marquee matchups like Duke... Read more


Change Needed in Basketball Leadership

Georgetown invests in men’s basketball like its program is a national power. In recent years, however, performance has not met this level of investment. This editorial board believes that present... Read more