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

25 Things That Lasted Longer Than Pete and Ariana’s Relationship

25 Things That Lasted Longer Than Pete and Ariana’s Relationship

By Jenna Ryu and Jenna Ryu October 16, 2018

Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande have broken up. I can’t say I’m surprised, but at the same time, I am. On the bright side, it beats Kim Kardashian's 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries. Here are 20...

Senior quarterback Tim Barnes appeared in five games last season and threw for 79 yards total. He also rushed for 47 yards and is this year’s recipient of the No. 35 Joe Eacobacci Memorial Jersey.

Football | GU Hosts Davidson to Open Season

By Aidan Curran September 2, 2016

After finishing last season with a 4-7 record, the Georgetown football team is ready to begin the 2016-17 season and continue their upward trend of improving by one win each year since the 2013-14...

Field Hockey | Hoyas Open Undefeated

By Emily Dalton September 2, 2016

Despite going down a goal twice throughout the course of the game, Georgetown field hockey (2-0) rallied to a 4-3 overtime victory against Appalachian State (0-2) on Sunday. The victory comes off the heels...

Junior diver Jared Cooper-Vespa won the men’s three-meter diving competition at Georgetown’s meet against William & Mary.

Swimming & Diving | Hoyas Aim to Rebound From Back-to-Back Losses

By Isabelle Perciballi November 6, 2015

The Georgetown swimming and diving team will travel to New Brunswick, N.J., to participate in a quad meet at Rutgers University on Friday. The team will race against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights and...

Baseball | GU Falls in Davidson Doubleheader

By Nadav Senensieb March 3, 2015

When the Georgetown baseball team traveled to Davidson, N.C. to play Davidson in a doubleheader, freshman left fielder Austin Shirley recorded four base hits and reached base seven times in the best performance...

Baseball | Offense Falters Against GWU

By Nadav Senensieb February 27, 2015

Senior pitcher Jack Vander Linden returned from Tommy John surgery on Wednesday to pitch three scoreless innings, but the Georgetown baseball team’s offense fell short as the team ultimately lost 3-0...

Freshman Ryan Murphy rounded out a sweep of the top three spots of the 200-yard backstroke race Saturday in McCarthy Pool.

Swimming & Diving | GU Shines in Final Home Meet

By Elizabeth Cavacos January 23, 2015

The Georgetown swimming and diving team competed in its first competition in over a month last weekend when it hosted American on Friday and Davidson and George Washington on Saturday. Although Georgetown’s...

After a busy winter break that involved training and trip to Puerto Rico, the Georgetown swimming and diving team will host a meet at home.

Swimming & Diving | Hoyas to Host GWU, Davidson for Senior Day

By Tanner Garrity January 16, 2015

The Georgetown swimming and diving team heads into this weekend’s set of matchups with leveled confidence as it gears up for bouts with crosstown rivals American and George Washington, followed by...

FOOTBALL | Marist Demolishes Georgetown for First Win

By Carolyn Maguire September 17, 2013

What was left of the crowd was hushed; the sideline, defeated — no one expected a loss, let alone an embarrassment. The Georgetown football team (1-2) looked flat all night and was throttled by Marist (1-2),...

FIELD HOCKEY | Davidson, Rider First Tests for Georgetown

By Carolyn Maguire August 30, 2013

As the Big East begins its new era this year, the Georgetown field hockey team will look to capitalize on the conference’s realignment and register its first winning season in 10 years. The Hoyas,...

BASEBALL | Hoyas Even Up Record With Weekend Sweep

By Will Edman February 26, 2013

A week after being snowed out in South Carolina, the Georgetown men’s baseball team (2-2) earned its first two wins of the season in North Carolina by posting 8-3 and 8-4 wins against Lafayette and Davidson,...

BASEBALL | GU Seeks Greener Pastures After Opening Letdown

By Will Edman February 22, 2013

Especially given the snow that blanketed the field during the Georgetown baseball team’s opening weekend, the Blue and Gray’s performance through its first two contests could be described as flaky...

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