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

GU Risks Losing Elite Status If Lack of Success Continues

By Parimal Garg May 19, 2011

For us seniors, calling the last four years of Georgetown basketball a disappointment would be a severe understatement. We arrived on the Hilltop the year after a trip to the Final Four, with almost all...

American Culture Shines Through in College Hoops

By Parimal Garg April 29, 2011

After having written about the world of college basketball for two years, I submit this as my last column. I want to thank everyone who has taken the time to read my opinions, and I hope that on occasion...

Illusion of Big East Dominance Takes Hit in Tournament

By Parimal Garg March 25, 2011

Only two weeks ago, the Big East stood at the height of its power with an NCAA tournament-record 11 teams in the field. Pundits were discussing whether this year's conference was the strongest in college...

Hoyas, Orange an Odd Couple Among Rivalries

By Parimal Garg February 25, 2011

Maybe it's just me, but I've always found the Georgetown-Syracuse rivalry a little weird. Great rivalries typically emerge out of similarities and powerful historic connections, not differences. Think...

Bottom Half of Big East Proves Overall Strength

By Parimal Garg February 11, 2011

We all know the Big East is the best basketball conference in America. But this season, it has outdone itself. When the Associated Press poll came out on Monday, six of the top 12 teams in the rankings...

Mountain West Rising on Backs of BYU, SDSU

By Parimal Garg January 28, 2011

Over the last few years, the Mountain West has gained attention largely as a football conference. The Mountain West has sent one team to the BCS in each of the last three years, and twice the Mountain...

McDonough Will Be Missed

By Parimal Garg November 9, 2010

Georgetown men's basketball kicks off its season this Friday with a road game at Old Dominion as the Hoyas will try to avenge last year's defeat to the Monarchs at McDonough Arena. Sadly, it appears that...

Four Guards Bring New Element To Offensive, Defensive Systems

By Parimal Garg October 29, 2010

With Georgetown's men's basketball season set to kick off in less than three weeks, many questions about this year's Hoyas squad remain unanswered. How will Georgetown fare without a dominant center after...

Incoming Freshman Class Ready To Rule Basketball

By Parimal Garg October 15, 2010

In the last three years, the National Player of the Year award has been won by upperclassmen Tyler Hansbrough, Blake Griffin and Evan Turner. The last freshman to be so honored was Kevin Durant in 2007. But...

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