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GUHOYAS | Quarterback Gunther Johnson and sophomore wide receiver Joshua Thomas celebrate one of Johnson's touchdowns.

FOOTBALL | Hoya Offense Erupts in Home Victory Over Marist

Following a loss to Davidson to open the season, the Georgetown football team sought to score their first win of the season against Marist last Saturday. The Hoyas bounced back from last week’s loss in a major way with a 43-3 blowout win. The Hoyas made notable improvement in the[Read More…]

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ON THIN ICE | 2019’s NHL Free Agency Period Can Change Its Format for Years to Come

ON THIN ICE | 2019’s NHL Free Agency Period Can Change Its Format for Years to Come

As much as I wish hockey season was just around the corner, it is still a whole 21 days away. While that seems like an eternity for fans before the season begins, it also means just three weeks remain for this year’s restricted free agent class to get signed. Restricted[Read More…]

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GUHOYAS | Freshman forward Ellie Maransky sets her sights upfield during the Hoyas' latest road trip.

FIELD HOCKEY | Hoyas Split Latest Road Trip, Beating Longwood and Falling to James Madison

After splitting their first two home games of the season, the Georgetown University women’s field hockey team (2-2) took to the road for two early season tests against Longwood University (1-2) and James Madison (2-2). While both were closely contested battles, Georgetown beat Longwood 2-1 but fell to James Madison[Read More…]

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GUHOYAS | Sophomore outside hitter Elissa Barbosa spikes the ball over the net during the Bulldog Invite.

VOLLEYBALL | Hoyas Struggle in 0-3 Weekend at Bulldog Invite

After starting the season off strong at the Georgetown Classic in which they won three of their four matches, the Georgetown women’s volleyball team was back in action at the Bulldog Invite in McDonough Arena. Despite the home court advantage, the Hoyas fell short in each of their three matches.[Read More…]

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COMMENTARY | MLB’s Juiced Baseballs are Not a Problem for Fans

COMMENTARY | MLB’s Juiced Baseballs are Not a Problem for Fans

Major League Baseball is in the midst of a juicing epidemic far different from the performance-enhancing drug usage in the 1990s, and this one is actually not a problem for the game at all. The set of 10 MLB seasons spanning from 1993 to 2002 has long stood as a[Read More…]

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SUD | UEFA Is Getting Far More Attention Than Necessary

The Union of European Football Associations Champions League is the unquestioned pinnacle of each club soccer season, and for good reason: not only is it the only competition that combines all of the top European teams from across leagues, but it also has the most volatility and unpredictability, leaving its[Read More…]

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FOOTBALL | Hoyas’ Comeback Falls Short at Davidson

FOOTBALL | Hoyas’ Comeback Falls Short at Davidson

After a nine-month hiatus and an intense training camp, the Georgetown football squad took the field to face off against the Davidson Wildcats. While Georgetown managed to keep Davidson in check offensively, the Hoyas ultimately fell 27-20 after a late comeback came up short. This nonconference battle provided a solid[Read More…]

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GUHOYAS | The Hoyas take the final moments before a match to discuss game planning on their busy weekend.

VOLLEYBALL | Hoyas Win 3, Drop 1 in Busy Weekend To Start Season

The Georgetown women’s volleyball team was back in action for the fall season last weekend at the 2019 Georgetown Classic in Washington, D.C., where they finished with a 3-1 record. Georgetown won its first three matchups of the weekend against Rider University, Sacred Heart University, Central Connecticut State University and[Read More…]

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KIRK ZIESER/THE HOYA | Senior Forward Paula Germino-Watnick prepares to pass upfield against Bucknell, a game in which she also scored.

WOMEN’S SOCCER | Hoyas’ Strong Start Leads To 2-0 Victory Over Bucknell

The No. 15 Georgetown women’s soccer team returned to their winning ways Sunday with a 2-0 victory over Bucknell on Shaw Field. Despite a loss and a tie in the team’s previous two contests, the Hoyas (2-1-1) got off to a hot start against Bucknell(1-3) . Senior forward Paula Germino-Watnick[Read More…]

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GUHOYAS | A Hoya makes his move as the pack begins to thin

CROSS COUNTRY | Georgetown Men and Women Each Place Second at Mount St. Mary’s

The Georgetown men’s and women’s cross country teams opened their fall seasons last Friday at the Mount St. Mary’s 5K Duals in Emmitsburg, Maryland. The men’s team finished in second place out of seven teams, while the women’s team earned second place out of eight teams. The Johns Hopkins University[Read More…]

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