Articles tagged: Women’s Basketball
Is Caitlin Clark “the Stephen Curry of women’s basketball,” or the first of her own kind?
One player comes to mind as the gold standard for high-volume, parking-lot-range shooting: Stephen Curry. For any young prospect who plays a similar style of basketball, comparisons to Curry are... Read more
Eight teams to watch out for in this year’s women’s March Madness
Welcome back to March–a.k.a. the very best time of the year. This year, women’s college basketball has reached new levels of parity and prestige, making this year’s version of March... Read more
“What We’re All About:” Graceann Bennett and the power of on-court persistence
For senior post player Graceann Bennett, everything comes back to hard work. She attributes that attitude to her parents, both college athletes themselves. Her father Jeff was a football player... Read more
Women’s BIG EAST Preview 2022-23
Tier 1: Giants of the Game 1. Reigning Big East champion UConn is the current favorite, but recent roster changes could complicate their dominance. Three of five starters graduated, and... Read more
Led by defense, Women’s Basketball is ready for a resurgence
March 5, 2022, was an exciting day for Georgetown students: the first day of spring break, an oasis within a grueling semester. If you had checked the score of Georgetown... Read more
Brittney Griner has been stuck in Russia for months. Here’s what you need to know.
Content warning: Discussion of homophobia and state violence. When WNBA player Brittney Griner touched down in Russia for another season of the Russian Premier League, she had no idea... Read more
Eight teams to watch for in women’s March Madness
For the first time in basketball history, the women’s tournament is finally sharing the “March Madness” slogan.
Without Ransom, Hoyas lose big to dominant Huskies
Missing an injured Kelsey Ransom, the Hoyas were unable to keep up with the top seeded Huskies in the Big East Tournament.
Women’s basketball send the Friars packing in the first round of the Big East Tournament
In the opening round of the 2022 Women’s Big East Tournament, Georgetown (10-18, 4-15) beat Providence (11-19, 6-14) 68-55, securing their spot in the quarterfinals against top-seeded UConn (22-5, 16-1)... Read more
Women’s basketball falls to Villanova, maintains losing streak
The Georgetown Hoyas women’s basketball team (7-18, 2-15 Big East) couldn’t quite pull off an upset over the Villanova Wildcats (19-7, 13-4 Big East), recording their eighth-straight loss Tuesday night,... Read more
Georgetown women’s basketball drops one to Marquette in near upset
In their second matchup against the Marquette Golden Eagles (18-8, 11-6 Big East), the Georgetown Hoyas (7-16, 2-13 Big East) continued their recent trend of playing a hard-fought, competitive game... Read more
Women’s basketball loses heartbreaker in double overtime to DePaul
On Sunday afternoon, the Georgetown Hoyas women’s basketball team (7-15, 2-12 Big East) fell 105-104 to the DePaul Blue Demons (20-7, 12-4 Big East) in double overtime. Sophomore guard Kelsey... Read more
Hoya Weekend Round Up: men’s basketball drops 13th straight, no. 4 men’s lacrosse debuts dominantly and women’s basketball thrills in doubt OT
The Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team dropped their 13th straight game on Saturday, falling 80-66 to the Creighton Bluejays.
Women’s basketball falls to Seton Hall in highly-anticipated McDonough opener
The Georgetown women’s basketball team (7-13, 2-10 Big East) fell 60-50 to Seton Hall (12-10, 7-7 Big East) on Wednesday in front of the Hoyas’ largest home crowd of the... Read more
Confusion over fan policy in McDonough opens up dialogue on the inequality between men’s and women’s sports on campus
On Jan. 30, Kelsey Ransom’s phone started blowing up as she walked into McDonough Arena for basketball practice. When she opened her phone, the standout sophomore guard saw a screenshot... Read more
Hoyas lose in heartbreaking fashion to Columbia
After clawing their way back into the game, the Georgetown women's basketball team fell to Columbia in double overtime on Sunday.
Hoyas fall to Davidson for the first loss of the season
Georgetown took their first loss of the year, falling to Davidson under a barrage of three pointers and untimely turnovers.
Women’s basketball demolishes Salem, starts season 2-0
Georgetown women's basketball jumps to 2-0 after they demolished Salem (WV) by a final score of 86-48 led by Jillian Archer's play.
Kelsey Ransom is ready to roar
Ransom has the benefit of a full offseason program and is ready to take the next step into the upper echelon of Big East players.
WNBA star and Georgetown legend Sugar Rodgers comes home to the Hilltop
Hoya Sugar Rodgers brings a wealth of personal and professional experience to her new role as assistant coach of the women’s basketball team.