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MEN’S BASKETBALL | Hoyas Eye Fourth Straight Win

By Pat Curran December 5, 2013

After two trips outside of the continental United States, the permanent dismissal of a once-promising young star and the typical growing pains that come with erratic November basketball, you’ll have...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Hoyas Face Knights With Streak on Line

By Ashwin Wadekar February 8, 2013

The Georgetown men’s basketball team (16-4, 6-3 Big East) is hoping that Rutgers (12-9, 3-7 Big East), whom it faces Saturday, will prove an easier opponent than last year’s edition did. It...

CURRAN | Unsung Lubick at the Center of It All

By Pat Curran February 1, 2013

Georgetown’s bizarre but convincing win over Seton Hall Wednesday night provided scores of ready-made storylines for the Phonebooth press corps. There’s John Caprio’s inexplicable jump from...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Hoyas Cruise Despite Whittington Suspension

By Evan Hollander January 16, 2013

Despite a flashy first half, Georgetown’s 74-65 victory over Providence Wednesday night at Verizon Center was mostly about staying power. Playing for the second straight game without sophomore forward...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Hoyas Suffer Narrow Loss in Conference Opener

By Pat Curran January 6, 2013

Despite yet another anemic offensive performance, the Georgetown men’s basketball team (10-2, 0-1 Big East) had a chance to pull out a win in its Big East opener at Marquette (11-3, 2-0 Big East). But...

Team Comes First for Georgetown Athletics

By Arik Parnass May 17, 2012

College athletes come and go. Most stay for just four years, and few become professionals, but one constant remains: the college they attended. Students can only say they go to Georgetown for just four...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Late Threes Push GU Over St. John’s

By Michael Palmer February 14, 2012

St. John's was so focused on shutting down Jason Clark and Hollis Thompson that the Red Storm allowed Nate Lubick to remind everyone why he's in Georgetown's starting five. The sophomore forward...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Second-Half Run Carries GU Over IUPUI

By Lawson Ferguson November 28, 2011

The Georgetown men's basketball team rode a second-half surge past a tough IUPUI squad on Monday night in a contest that was far closer than the final 81-58 scoreline might indicate. Junior forward...

Treacherous Big East Awaits Young Hoyas

By Pat Curran July 30, 2011

Yet another schedule stuffed with difficult road games awaits the young Georgetown men's basketball squad this winter as it attempts to navigate the minefield that is the Big East. Although perennial...

Hoyas Enjoy Comfortable Win Over Greyhounds

By Dave Finn December 18, 2010

In a final breather before its grueling schedule picks up again, Georgetown cruised by an overmatched Loyola (Md.) team in a 99-75 victory in front of 11,745 at Verizon Center on Saturday. Fans had to...

Bench Shines, Ayegba Debuts in Win

By Dave Finn December 12, 2010

Rebounding from their first loss of the season, the Hoyas used a full team effort to get back in the win column against Appalachian State, one of the highest scoring teams in the country. Senior guards...

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