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

Wolfpack End Hoyas’ Season

By Michael Palmer March 17, 2012

For the fourth consecutive time, Georgetown has fallen victim to March’s Madness. The Hoyas lost, 66-63, to No. 11 seed North Carolina State after senior captain Jason Clark missed a potential game-tying...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | GU Uses Strong Second Half to Dismantle Hurting ’Nova

By Michael Palmer February 27, 2012

Less than a minute into Saturday's game, freshman forward Otto Porter took an elbow to the mouth, injecting a sense of drama into what was expected to be a casual Saturday afternoon. Slumping Villanova...

Harrington Returning to Hilltop as Assistant Coach

By Michael Palmer May 17, 2011

Former NBA player Othella Harrington (C '96) will join the men's basketball coaching staff for the 2011-12 season, Head Coach John Thompson III announced today. Harrington was a four-year starter for the...

Thompson Withdraws From Draft

By Michael Palmer May 9, 2011

Sophomore forward Hollis Thompson withdrew his name from the NBA Draft yesterday evening and will return to Georgetown for his junior season, Tarik El-Bashir of The Washington Post reported earlier...

Hoyas Fall, But Prove They’re Not Down And Out

By Ryan Travers March 14, 2010

NEW YORK - As Head Coach John Thompson III and his players fielded questions from the media following their 60-58 loss to West Virginia in the Big East tournament finals, the room had the feel of a...

Butler Provides Dagger in Hoyas’ Heartbreaker at Big East Finals

By Kevin Wessel March 14, 2010

NEW YORK - With the Big East tournament title hanging in the balance, another contest arose that would decide the league's champion. Georgetown's Chris Wright and West Virginia's Da'Sean Butler were...

Hoyas Burn Out After Hot Start in ‘Cuse

By Kevin Wessel January 25, 2010

SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Touting its highest ranking since February of 2008, Georgetown burst into Syracuse like it was shot out of a cannon. After 40 minutes of sloppy basketball, the Hoyas stumbled out of...

Leaders Trip, GU Stumbles and Falls

By Ryan Travers January 25, 2010

SYRACUSE, N.Y. - All season long, Georgetown has lived and died by the play of its Big Three. Greg Monroe, the future lottery pick, Austin Freeman, the Dematha Miracle Man, and Chris Wright, the feisty,...

Hoyas Ride Balanced Attack to Easy Win

By Kevin Wessel January 23, 2010

The Hoyas had a break from top-10 opponents Saturday afternoon, and they took advantage. Paced by a balanced scoring attack, No. 12 Georgetown (15-3, 6-2 Big East) cruised past Rutgers (9-10, 0-7)...

After Pitt Win, GU Continues Schedule’s Toughest Stretch

By Ryan Travers January 21, 2010

It's not often a game in the middle of January is a must-win, but that's exactly what Wednesday's game was for Georgetown. The Hoyas had gone from goats to heroes in a mere 20 minutes against then-No....

Second-Half Comeback Falls Short in Hoyas’ Loss to No. 4 Wildcats

By Ryan Travers January 17, 2010

PHILADELPHIA - The Big East is noted for its physical style of play, and Sunday's matchup between No. 11 Georgetown and No. 4 Villanova did not disappoint. The two teams combined for 52 personal fouls...

Hoyas Capsize Pirates at Verizon

By Kevin Wessel January 17, 2010

Before a marquee game against No. 4 Villanova, a team full of talented guards, the No. 11 Hoyas proved that they too have a backcourt trio to be reckoned with. Georgetown's starting guards combined...

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