The Georgetown women’s softball team concluded its season on a positive note May 6 with a walk-off single to cap off a series win against … [Read more...] about SOFTBALL | Georgetown Hits 2 Walk-Offs in Series Against Seton Hall
I was a kindergartener in spring 2004, and, in my short life as a New York Giants fan, I had known only suffering. After a playoff choke … [Read more...] about GOODMAN | An Ode to Eli
Thanks to the newest franchise in major American professional sports, it will become common to inquire about the Vegas odds for — the Vegas … [Read more...] about GOODMAN | Golden Knights Beating the Odds
With the NFL’s Week 7 slate of games finished, the oft-beleaguered Philadelphia Eagles hold the league’s best record. Given that the Eagles … [Read more...] about GOODMAN | Parity or Mediocrity: The NFL’s Atypical Autumn
When my friend and I watched a rather lopsided National Football League contest between the Arizona Cardinals and Philadelphia Eagles this … [Read more...] about GOODMAN | Safety Overrides NFL Thrill
It is the top of the ninth inning, and a packed Yankee Stadium casts its hopeful gaze toward centerfield. The home team is winning and only … [Read more...] about GOODMAN | Should Closers Really Close?
I guess they call it “Believeland” for a reason. Of course, it was the Cleveland Cavaliers who popularized that moniker, back when … [Read more...] about GOODMAN | Is That Hand Really Hot?
"Let’s play it safe.” This reassuring mantra brings to mind wisdom and seasoned restraint. So why does this sentence cost NFL head … [Read more...] about GOODMAN | NFL Coaches: Time to Roll the Dice
Foreign policy experts hashed out strategies to combat the rise of nuclear proliferation in rogue states, including more aggressive actions … [Read more...] about Experts Mull More Aggressive North Korean Responses
The March for Science drew tens of thousands of marchers, including Georgetown students, to the National Mall on Saturday in support of … [Read more...] about Thousands Descend on National Mall for Science March