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Hoyas Rising Leads Name, Image and Likeness Charge at Georgetown

Hoyas Rising Leads Name, Image and Likeness Charge at Georgetown

By Daniel Greilsheimer February 8, 2024

Name, image and likeness (NIL) rights, which allow student-athletes to be compensated for their marketability, went into effect July 1, 2021, following a landmark U.S. Supreme Court case on the matter...

TRACK AND FIELD | First-Year Tinoda Matsatsa Sets NCAA Indoor 1000m Record in First Collegiate Attempt

TRACK AND FIELD | First-Year Tinoda Matsatsa Sets NCAA Indoor 1000m Record in First Collegiate Attempt

By Ceci Lukas January 26, 2024

On Jan. 19 and 20, the Georgetown University track and field team traveled to Virginia Tech to compete in the Hokie Invitational. The weekend as a whole proved to be successful, with four Georgetown runners...

Down, But Never Out: Hoyas Should Learn to Embrace Underdog Mentality

Down, But Never Out: Hoyas Should Learn to Embrace Underdog Mentality

By Austin Barish and Caden Koontz November 11, 2021

Entering its fifth year with Head Coach Patrick Ewing (CAS ’85), the Georgetown men’s basketball team is in the process of redefining itself. The Hoyas, in the midst of their longest AP Top 25 drought...

Georgetown Pilots NIL Training Program for Athletes

Georgetown Pilots NIL Training Program for Athletes

By Saar Shah and Jack Lonergan November 11, 2021

Before June 30, you couldn’t get a birthday shoutout on the Cameo app from Georgetown men’s basketball first-year center Ryan Mutombo or see him promote a brand on his Instagram story despite his...

MCDONALD | Controversy at the Women’s March Madness Tournament Exposes Pervasive Sexist Attitudes in the NCAA

MCDONALD | Controversy at the Women’s March Madness Tournament Exposes Pervasive Sexist Attitudes in the NCAA

By Carrie McDonald March 26, 2021

The NCAA has shown its true colors in the latest instance of mistreatment of female athletes at the NCAA Women’s Division I Basketball Tournament. This was not just an isolated incident, but rather...

VANDERZWAAG | For NCAA Schools, Fall Sports Decision Will Reveal Priorities

VANDERZWAAG | For NCAA Schools, Fall Sports Decision Will Reveal Priorities

By Jacob Vanderzwaag July 17, 2020

Back in March, the Ivy League made headlines as the first Division I conference to cancel its men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. While many were quick to criticize this move, all major conferences...

WEXELBLATT | College Sports Should Be Prioritized in Wake of Pandemic

WEXELBLATT | College Sports Should Be Prioritized in Wake of Pandemic

By Jake Wexelblatt July 6, 2020

As sports in the United States begin to return after being canceled in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, college sports should be the first team sports to return, or else they could be the last to recover. NCAA...

MENS BASKETBALL | St. Johns Knocks Georgetown Out of Big East Tournament

MEN’S BASKETBALL | St. John’s Knocks Georgetown Out of Big East Tournament

By Austin Barish March 13, 2020

Georgetown fell to St. John’s 75-62 after a late-game collapse in the first round of the Big East Tournament on Wednesday night.  The March 11 loss at Madison Square Garden marks the Hoyas’...

MENS BASKETBALL | Hoyas Shut Down by Marquette in 21-Point Loss

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Hoyas Shut Down by Marquette in 21-Point Loss

By Danny McCooey February 27, 2020

The Georgetown men’s basketball team came up empty on the road Wednesday night against Marquette in a 93-72 losing effort, maintaining the Hoyas’ eighth-place standing in the Big East in their third...

MENS SOCCER | Georgetown Notches a Pair of Late Goals To Overcome Washington and Advance to the College Cup

MEN’S SOCCER | Georgetown Notches a Pair of Late Goals To Overcome Washington and Advance to the College Cup

By Drew Sewall December 9, 2019

After trailing by one from the fourth minute of play, the No. 3 Georgetown men’s soccer team scored two late goals to secure a comeback win against No. 6 University of Washington on Dec. 7.  The...

EDITORIAL: Compensate College Athletes

By Editorial Board October 6, 2017

The status quo of compensation in college athletics is broken. The current rules banning student-athletes from being paid allow universities to exploit the unpaid efforts of its athletes. The NCAA should...

An Ode to John Thompson III

An Ode to John Thompson III

By Charlie Fritz and Charlie Fritz March 26, 2017

Well Hoyas, those of you who actually pay attention to the real news and not any of those alternative facts know that last Thursday, our beloved men's basketball coach, John Thompson III, was dismissed...

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