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Hoya Sports: Men’s Basketball

By Sports Editor August 27, 2011

For a Georgetown team that has won one NCAA or NIT game in the last four years, this might seem to be a bad time for a rebuilding year. Just that, however, seems to be in the cards for the Hoyas in the...

Vaugh to Play Overseas

By Lauren Weber August 2, 2011

Former men's basketball center Julian Vaughn has signed for Belgium's Antwerp Giants, becoming the latest Hoya to break into the European leagues. According to the Giants' website, Vaughn will...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Seniors Bid Fond Farewell At Banquet

By Dave Finn April 15, 2011

"In many ways, a new era starts tomorrow." Those words were delivered by Head Coach John Thompson III at the Georgetown men's basketball program's annual end-of-season banquet, held on Tuesday evening...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Huskies Eliminate Hoyas From Big East Tournament

By Dave Finn March 7, 2011

NEW YORK – Playing without senior guard Chris Wright, the Hoyas displayed weaknesses that had little to do with his absence. Junior guard Jason Clark and senior guard Austin Freeman brought some...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Vaughn: Former Seminole Turned Hoya Mainstay

By Michael Palmer February 25, 2011

Not too many people noticed Julian Vaughn when he first came to Georgetown. A sophomore transfer from Florida State, Vaughn seemed to just slide into the Hoyas' roster, his presence lost in the transfer...

Utah State Presents Next Nonconference Challenge for Hoyas

By Dave Finn December 3, 2010

The Hoyas flew back to the District on an emotional high from their comeback, overtime win over Missouri on Tuesday, but WAC power Utah State (5-1) is in town tomorrow, and it's time to turn the page. "I...

Georgetown Crushes NC State, Takes Charleston Classic Crown

By Dave Finn November 23, 2010

While it is not one of the titles they are aspiring to in March and April, the Hoyas are Charleston Classic champions after a second-half surge in their 82-67 victory over North Carolina State (3-1) Sunday...

Final Dinner Closes Curtain on 2009-10 Season

By Kevin Wessel April 23, 2010

The last image Greg Monroe left as a Georgetown basketball player was not a thunderous dunk, a silky-smooth pass or his trademark gator clap after a big play. Weeks before the center will complete his...

Monroe and Hoyas Pass Their Way Past Friars

By Kevin Wessel and Ryan Travers February 9, 2010

For the first time in three weeks Georgetown has matched its weekend success with a weekday win. Four Hoyas scored in double figures as No. 7 Georgetown (18-5, 8-4 Big East) rallied from a 10-point second-half...

Vaughn Enjoying Breakout Year

By Ryan Travers January 29, 2010

In the back corner of McDonough Gymnasium's John Thompson Lobby, surrounded by the trophies of past Hoya triumphs, stood Julian Vaughn. Cornered by reporters, the 6-foot-9 junior, his arms behind his back,...

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