Tag: Men’s Tennis

Hoyas of the Week (4/1 – 4/7)

Hoyas of the Week (4/1 – 4/7)

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04/09/2019

Welcome to ‘Hoyas of the Week,’ where we take a look at some outstanding performances in the past week across all of Georgetown’s athletic programs. Christian Liddell – Track & Field The Georgetown track & field squads competed at two events on Saturday: the Sam Howell Invitational in Princeton, NJ and the Sun Angel Classic…

Georgetown Defeats Villanova With Thrilling Comeback

Georgetown Defeats Villanova With Thrilling Comeback

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04/07/2019

On Sunday, the Georgetown Hoyas men’s tennis team (5-10, 2-2 Big East) earned an exciting 4-3 comeback victory, taking down the Villanova Wildcats (9-10, 1-4 Big East) in Philadelphia. Sophomores Rohan Kamdar, Mark Militzer, and Luke Ross all won their singles matches. Play began with the doubles matches, and Georgetown got off to a strong…

Hoyas of the Week (2/4 – 2/10)

Hoyas of the Week (2/4 – 2/10)

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02/11/2019

Welcome to ‘Hoyas of the Week,’ where we take a look at some outstanding performances in the past week across all of Georgetown’s athletic programs. Spencer Brown – Men’s Track & Field On Saturday, the men’s and women’s track & field teams competed at both the Iowa State Classic in Ames, IA and the Valentine’s…

Hoyas of the Week (1/21 – 1/27)

Hoyas of the Week (1/21 – 1/27)

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01/28/2019

Welcome to ‘Hoyas of the Week,’ where we take a look at some outstanding performances in the past week across all of Georgetown’s athletic programs.   Josette Norris – Women’s Track & Field Both Georgetown track & field teams took part in the Penn State National this Friday and Saturday in University Park, PA. Graduate…

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Close out their Fall Seasons

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Close out their Fall Seasons

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11/06/2018

Last weekend, the Georgetown men’s and women’s tennis teams concluded their fall seasons with tournaments on the road. The women traveled to Cambridge, Massachusetts to participate in the Harvard Invite, while the men traveled to Palos Verdes, California to play in the Jack Kramer Classic. The women’s tournament included matchups against Michigan State, Cornell, and…

Men’s and women’s tennis play strong against Mason

Men’s and women’s tennis play strong against Mason

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04/23/2018

Thursday afternoon proved to be a big one for Georgetown’s Tennis program. Both the men’s (7-5, 1-0 Big East) and women’s (4-11, 0-1 Big East) teams took on their rivals from across the river, George Mason. The women’s team dominated, winning 7-0, while Mason’s men’s team (7-14, 1-6 Atlantic 10) put up more of a…

Strong weekend for men’s tennis

Strong weekend for men’s tennis

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03/28/2018

Georgetown’s Men’s Tennis team (4-5, 1-1 Big East), played two matches this past weekend. The first, a tough loss to another Big East contender, Marquette (10-5, 1-1 Big East), took place Friday on afternoon in Yates with the Golden Eagles topping the Hoyas 4-0. Saturday afternoon swung the Blue and Gray’s way, as they took…

Men’s tennis ends skid with win over Temple

Men’s tennis ends skid with win over Temple

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03/20/2018

The Georgetown men’s Tennis team (3-4, 1-0 Big East) scraped out a victory over the Temple Owls (8-5, 0-1 AAC) on Saint Patrick’s Day, winning their match 4-3. This victory broke a three-match skid for the Hoyas. The Hoyas’ first win in doubles came when Temple’s third-seed team retired after going up on Georgetown 1-0,…

Men’s tennis struggles in Florida over the break

Men’s tennis struggles in Florida over the break

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03/13/2018

Over spring break, the Georgetown men’s tennis team (2-4, 1-0 Big East) travelled to Boca Raton, Florida for a set of three matches against Florida Atlantic (12-6, 1-0 Conference-USA), Lynn University (7-3, 1-1 Sunshine State Conference), and Barry University (8-1, 2-0 Sunshine State Conference). Unfortunately, the Hoyas were beaten in all three matches, and had…

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