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GU Hoyas l First-year attacker Will Coale celebrates with teammates

MEN’S LACROSSE | Hoyas Escape Elimination With Overtime Win Over Providence

By Vincent Petropoulos, Sports Staff Writer May 16, 2024

For the second time this season, Georgetown University’s men’s lacrosse came out on top in a tightly-contested overtime. After allowing the third-seeded Providence Friars (7-8, 3-2 Big East) to bulldoze...

GUHoyas | Senior Abel Teffra, who was the anchor for the Hoyas, ran a meet-record 3:54.26 split to secure a third-place finish behind Villanova and Virginia.

TRACK AND FIELD | Hoyas Hold American Record in 4-by-Mile Relay

By Evan Ecklund and Oliver Ni April 28, 2024

The Georgetown University track and field team broke the U.S. national record in the 4-by-one-mile relay at the historic Penn Relays in Philadelphia on April 27. A relay team composed of junior Lucas...

X/@CourierJournal | Kenny Johnson had multiple stints being an assistant coach at the collegiate level, including at Indiana and Louisville, before landing at Georgetown.

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Kenny Johnson’s Arrival Signals Renewed Focus on DMV Recruiting

By Oliver Ni, Senior Sports Editor April 28, 2024

Following Associate Head Coach Ivan Thomas’ departure from the Hilltop to fill the head coaching job at Hampton University, Georgetown University men’s basketball Head Coach Ed Cooley hired Kenny Johnson...

GUHoyas | Graduate defender Maggie OBrien scored her first goal of the season to help further pad the Hoyas lead.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE | Hoyas Earn Fourth Consecutive Win Ahead of Senior Day

By Siena Holowesko, Sports Staff Writer April 28, 2024

With their backs against the wall late into the season, the Georgetown University women’s lacrosse team proved their grit and perseverance in earning their fourth consecutive win on the road against...

X/@hoyatennis | Graduate student Kieran Foster helped lead a 4-0 singles sweep over the Xavier Musketeers but ultimately lost his match to the DePaul Blue Demons in three sets.

MEN’S AND WOMEN’S TENNIS | Hoyas Fall Short, Exit Big East Tournament Without Hardware

By Ceci Lukas, Sports Staff Writer April 28, 2024

Last weekend, the Georgetown University men’s and women’s tennis teams traveled with high hopes to the Big East Tournament in Cayce, S.C. Both teams entered the championship tournament seeded third...

The Sporting News Archives | Hank Greenberg faced numerous challenges both on and off the field due to his Jewish identity but surmounted them to become a baseball legend.

BLUMENFELD | An Ode to ‘Hankus Pankus’

By Eli Blumenfeld, Hoya Sports Columnist April 28, 2024

This semester, I decided to take “History of Baseball” with Professor Chandra Manning. I knew I would like the class as soon as I registered, but I didn’t know how it would quickly become my favorite...

Flickr | The lack of diversity in US youth soccer, perpetuated by longtime racial and wealth inequalities, must be addressed immediately by the countrys soccer governing bodies.

LONERGAN | The Problem With Youth Soccer in the US

By Jack Lonergan, Hoya Sports Columnist April 27, 2024

One ball — that is all you need. You can play indoors, outdoors, on dirt, grass, astroturf — even concrete. The game will go on in the sun, rain or snow with as many as 22 and as few as two people. Soccer,...

Flickr | John Sterling, the longtime radio announcer for the storied New York Yankees, had recently announced his retirement.

HERMAN | It is High, It is Far, It is Gone!

By Eilat Herman, Hoya Sports Columnist April 27, 2024

Growing up, my bedtime was 7 p.m. In theory, this would have been acceptable to me, except for the fact that the New York Yankees’ games often started at 7:05. As a result, there were multiple nights...

GUHoyas | Sophomore right-handed pitcher Kai Leckszas helped prevent a Revolutionary comeback with 2 scoreless relief innings.

BASEBALL | Hoyas Are Unstoppable in DC Showdown

By Martha Brennan, Sports Staff Writer April 27, 2024

After dropping a tough series to the University of Connecticut this past weekend, the Georgetown University baseball team thundered back in a convincing win over their crosstown rivals. By asserting...

GUHoyas | Hoya and Red Storm players dive for a loose ball on Cooper Field. Georgetown dominated its opposition on the day.

MEN’S LACROSSE | Hoyas Flex Their Muscles, Dominate St. John’s on Cooper

By Michael Santos, Sports Staff Writer April 27, 2024

Following a tough loss against the seventh-ranked Denver Pioneers, the Georgetown University men’s lacrosse team walked onto the field April 20 prepared to rain on the St. John’s Red Storm. Before...

Daniel Greilsheimer/The Hoya | Georgetown mens basketball commits center Thomas Sorber, guard Kayvaun Mulready and forward Caleb Williams showed Hoya fans a glimpse of the future at the Capital Classic.

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Georgetown Commits Shine at the Capital Classic

By Daniel Greilsheimer and Oliver Ni April 23, 2024

Georgetown University men’s basketball commits center Thomas Sorber, guard Kayvaun Mulready and forward Caleb Williams starred in the 51st annual Capital Classic All-Star Game April 13, which features...

GUHoyas | Junior midfielder Maley Starr was a key contributor in Georgetowns win over Marquette, socring 2 goals.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE: Hoyas Fly Past Golden Eagles, Move to 4-1 in the Big East

By Isabella Terry, Sports Staff Writer April 23, 2024

The Georgetown women’s lacrosse team picked up an 18-11 win against Big East rival the Marquette Golden Eagles in Milwaukee on April 13 thanks to the Hoyas’ high-powered offense.  The matchup was...

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