Renovations for Cooper Field's new 3,000-seat facility featuring new restrooms, locker rooms and other features will begin December … [Read more...] about Cooper Field Renovation Set to Begin in December
With its jagged edges, deep indents and torn seams, Kehoe Field wears the scars of an overdrawn battle that has finally come to an end after … [Read more...] about A Losing Game For Recreational Sports
Georgetown received a $50 million gift — the fourth-largest donation in the university’s history — to bolster its athletics leadership … [Read more...] about Athletics Receives Unprecedented $50M Donation
Inclusion is the opposite of individualism, fragmentation, loneliness — negative words that resonate too strongly with countless … [Read more...] about Revolutionizing Dignity
In its earliest days, The Hoya mainly covered sports. Ninety-five years later, Georgetown’s teams are still central to the newspaper. From … [Read more...] about Athletics
How many times did we hear, “Safety is our number one priority” in high school physical education classes? It may be impossible to count, … [Read more...] about Defending Club Athletes
Construction on the Intercollegiate Athletics Center, which will be named for former men’s basketball coach John Thompson Jr., will begin … [Read more...] about IAC Named for Thompson Jr.
With the possible exception of the Olympics, the World Cup is the most culturally significant sporting event on the planet. It has inspired … [Read more...] about World Cup Expansion Has Merits
A week after a tough defeat at Fordham, the Georgetown football team (3-3) will face No. 10 Lehigh (6-0) in what is likely to be the Blue … [Read more...] about FOOTBALL | Bruised Hoyas Ready for Lehigh
Dominance is a tricky thing. In a sporting world that places so much emphasis on training, research and meticulous athletic perfection, it … [Read more...] about Has Rory Eclipsed Tiger?