Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

SOFTBALL | Hoyas Drop Dragons in Philly

By Rachael Augostini March 16, 2012

The Georgetown softball team (10-15) bounced back from a disappointing eight-game losing streak to reach double-digits in wins Wednesday by shutting out Drexel (6-10), 3-0, in Philadelphia. Freshman...

SOFTBALL | Rough Road Trip Leaves GU at 3-15

By Rachel Augostini March 16, 2011

For the Georgetown softball team, a jam-packed slate of games in South Carolina last week became anything but a trip to remember. The Blue and Gray played eight games, including four in the Lowcountry...

SOFTBALL | Hoyas Mercy-Ruled at James Madison

By Rachael Augostini March 4, 2011

The Hoyas (2-8) scored the first run of their game on Wednesday in the top of the second inning, but the James Madison Dukes (8-3) scored the last fifteen in a 15-1 blowout at JMU. The Blue and Gray...

GU Splits Weekend Series Behind Carter

By Keith Levinsky April 30, 2010

Mackensey Carter was very busy on Wednesday evening in a doubleheader against Rutgers University. After pitching a two-hit shutout in the first game, Carter, a sophomore, drove in the Hoyas' lone run in...

Strong Pitching Bails Out Slow Hoya Offense in Win Against GWU

By Keith Levinsky April 23, 2010

Even though it was not on their home field, the District was a comforting place for the Georgetown women's softball team (16-25, 5-9 Big East) on Tuesday evening. After playing five games on the road...

Losses Pile Up as Georgetown Offense Continues to Sputter

By Keith Levinsky April 20, 2010

April is known for rain, and it has been that kind of dreary month for Georgetown women's softball (15-25, 6-8 Big East). Since April 3, the Hoyas have lost nine of their last ten games including their...

GU Falls Short of Upsets at Notre Dame

By Keith Levinsky April 15, 2010

The Georgetown softball team's (15-22, 5-6 Big East) difficulties at the plate continued on its trip to South Bend, Ind., to face the Notre Dame Fighting Irish (31-6, 10-0). The Hoyas lost both games of...

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