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Sailing | Smooth Seas Ease Opening Stretch

Sailing | Smooth Seas Ease Opening Stretch

By Tyler Welsh October 7, 2016

The Georgetown sailing team competed this past weekend in the Kings Point Dinghy Open, the Intrepid Trophy and the Jesuit Interconference, in which it placed first, second and fourth, respectively. Head...

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Senior forward Grace Damaska scored two goals in the win against Colorado College. Damaska has scored five goals in the last two games and is second on the team in points with 12 and first on the team in goals with six.

Women’s Soccer | Hoyas Maintain Offensive Dominance

By Chris Balthazard August 30, 2016

Behind a pair of goals from senior forward Grace Damaska, the Georgetown women’s soccer team (3-1-0) cruised to a 4-1 victory over Colorado College (2-2-0)  Sunday to wrap up a four-game homestand. Damaska,...

Women’s Soccer | GU Falls to Top-Ranked Stanford

By Chris Balthazard August 21, 2016

The Georgetown women’s soccer team (1-1-0) suffered its first loss of the young season on Sunday, falling 3-0 to No. 5 Stanford (2-0-0) under a deluge of second-half Cardinal goals. The three tallies...

Track & Field | Seven Hoyas Set Personal Records

By Daniel Baldwin April 26, 2016

The Georgetown track and field squads sent athletes to both the Stanford University Twilight Invitational in Palo Alto, Calif. and the University of Virginia Challenge in Charlottesville, Va., which saw...

Track & Field | GU Opens Outdoor Season

By Daniel Baldwin April 5, 2016

The Georgetown men’s and women’s track and field teams opened up the 2016 outdoor season at split sites, with both squads sending groups of athletes to the Stanford Invitational in Palo Alto, Calif.,...

Tennis | Top Calif. Teams Pose Next Challenges

By Madeline Auerbach March 6, 2015

After beating DePaul right on its campus last Friday, the Georgetown men’s tennis team will travel 3,000 miles to California to compete in multiple contests, including the 126th Annual Pacific Coast...

Elaine Colligan (SFS ’15) holds a banner advocating for divestment as a university committee discusses GU Fossil Free’s proposal.

GU Hears Divestment Proposal

By Andrew Wallender October 28, 2014

Eight members of GU Fossil Free presented a formal proposal calling for the university to divest from fossil fuel companies during a meeting of the university’s Committee on Investments and Social...

GU Soccer Teams Gear Up for Busy Weekend

By Tom Schnoor August 30, 2013

With preseason complete and the season underway, both the Georgetown men’s and women’s soccer teams are gearing up for two matches this weekend. The last time the Georgetown men’s soccer team took...

WOMEN’S SOCCER | Blue and Gray Stays Undefeated

By Arik Parnass September 3, 2012

In the course of a single weekend, the No. 21 Georgetown’s women’s soccer team (6-0) won more games against Ivy League opponents that it had in its entire history. A 6-1 victory over Cornell...

Hoyas Shut Out Visitors in Weekend Homestand

By Preston Barclay September 7, 2011

The Georgetown men's soccer team (2-1) swept their opponents at home over the weekend, defeating Radford (1-2), 2-0, Friday and Stanford (0-3), 1-0, in overtime Sunday. Sophomore midfielder Steve Neumann...

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Deep Stanford Squad Steamrolls GU

By Lawson Ferguson August 30, 2011

For the second straight year, the Georgetown women's soccer team was on the wrong end of the scoreboard after a 90-minute contest with Stanford. The Hoyas absorbed a 4-1 defeat at North Kehoe Field a year...

BASEBALL | Shortstop Garza Leads Hoyas’ Offensive Explosion

By Kyle Franco April 1, 2011

A year off from college baseball hasn't done much to deaden the bat of sophomore shortstop Mike Garza. Garza, who sat out last season after transferring from Stanford, had four hits — including...

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