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Hoyas Hope to Rebound with Cooley

Hoyas Hope to Rebound with Cooley

By Nina Raj, Michelle Vassilev, Carrie McDonald, and Oliver Ni March 24, 2023

Ed Cooley, the former head coach of the Providence Friars, promised that a national championship win is on the horizon for the Georgetown University Hoyas. After a record-breaking Big East losing streak...

The Ewing Experiment Comes to an End

The Ewing Experiment Comes to an End

By Oliver Ni, Carrie McDonald, Nina Raj, and Michelle Vassilev March 24, 2023

Patrick Ewing’s (CAS ’85) hire as head coach was supposed to be the next chapter of his legendary Hoya career. If only it was meant to be. After going 75-109 over six seasons at his alma mater,...

MEN’S BASKETBALL| Hoyas Fall to Villanova in Big East Tournament, Cap Off Another Disappointing Season

MEN’S BASKETBALL| Hoyas Fall to Villanova in Big East Tournament, Cap Off Another Disappointing Season

By Brendan Quill March 17, 2023

Coming off a disappointing regular season that saw the Hoyas finish last in the Big East, the Georgetown men’s basketball team’s season came to a dismal end in the first round of the 2023 Big East...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Hoyas Drop Final Home Game to Friars, 68-88

By Caden Koontz and Austin Barish March 3, 2023

The Georgetown men’s basketball team played from behind all game, falling to the Providence Friars 88-68 on Feb. 26. Sophomore guard Primo Spears was stellar in the loss, though, pouring in 26 points...

MEN’S BASKETBALL| Hoyas Fall in Tense Road Battle with St. John’s

MEN’S BASKETBALL| Hoyas Fall in Tense Road Battle with St. John’s

By Joe Moore February 3, 2023

With just 1.2 seconds left in regulation and down 2 points, sophomore guard Primo Spears inbounded the ball to graduate forward Bryson Mozone at the top of the key. Mozone pump faked, dribbled by two...

There Goes Old Georgetown

There Goes Old Georgetown

By Rushil Vashee and Saar Shah January 20, 2023
As the Georgetown men's basketball team suffers another losing season, Hoya fans and sports analysts alike speculate what is next for the program.

MEN’S BASKETBALL | How Georgetown Shapes Up In A Competitive Big East

By Austin Barish and Austin Huang November 11, 2022

As is tradition the past few years, the Big East Preseason Coaches’ Poll picked the Georgetown University men’s basketball team to finish near the bottom of the conference. For the second straight...

MENS BASKETBALL | The Road To Recovery: Ewing’s Vision For The Future

MEN’S BASKETBALL | The Road To Recovery: Ewing’s Vision For The Future

By Tim Brennan and Colin McLaughlin November 10, 2022

Following a historically bad season in 2021, Georgetown men’s basketball Head Coach Patrick Ewing (CAS ’85) is looking to rebound in his sixth year with the program. After an electrifying win against...

MENS BASKETBALL | The Three Hoyas Headlining Patrick Ewing’s No. 4 Ranked Transfer Class

MEN’S BASKETBALL | The Three Hoyas Headlining Patrick Ewing’s No. 4 Ranked Transfer Class

By Conor Geelan November 10, 2022

Entering the 2022-23 season, the Hoyas needed help. Last year, Georgetown finished winless in the Big East, ended out the season with 21 consecutive losses for a final record of 6-25, and closed the book...

MENS BASKETBALL | Hoyas Snap 21-Game Skid, Evade Coppin State in Overtime

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Hoyas Snap 21-Game Skid, Evade Coppin State in Overtime

By Peter Dicioccio November 10, 2022

The Georgetown Hoyas snapped a 21-game losing streak dating back to last season with a 99-89 overtime win against the Coppin State Eagles in the opening game of the Hoyas’ 2022 campaign. Students...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Big East Media Day: What Coach Ewing Expects From The Hoyas This Season

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Big East Media Day: What Coach Ewing Expects From The Hoyas This Season

By Amanda Hao October 21, 2022

The Big East conference hosted its annual basketball media day Oct. 18 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, featuring head coaches, assistant directors and players from all 11 of its member schools....

COMMENTARY | What Went Wrong During Men’s Basketball’s Worst Season in Decades

COMMENTARY | What Went Wrong During Men’s Basketball’s Worst Season in Decades

By Aiden Penry March 24, 2022

Four wins in four days. Head Coach Patrick Ewing’s (CAS ’85) first NCAA tournament appearance. Finally, the Georgetown men’s basketball program was heading in the right direction.  And though...

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