We are Georgetown and you’re not: Hoyas to defend the charge of the Highlanders

The Blue and Gray will try to bounce back after an emotional loss at home to #10 Kansas Wednesday night 75-70 when they take on Radford (5-3, 0-0 Big South) this Saturday afternoon at the Verizon Center. Tip-off… Read More


Statement Game: Hoyas Receive National Attention Despite Loss to No. 10 Kansas

It was a statement game, in the strictest sense of the phrase. When the Georgetown men’s basketball team took the Verizon Center floor Wednesday night for pregame warm-ups wearing “I Can’t Breathe” shirts, they became the first team… Read More


Hoyas earn spot in NIT, will play rare home game at McDonough

The Georgetown men’s basketball team (17-14, 8-10 Big East) may have disappointed many on the Hilltop this season by failing to earn a bid to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since the 2008-09 campaign. If Hoya… Read More


Postgame Roundup: In overtime Marquette leaves Georgetown in tears

Markel Starks’ desperation heave clanked off the rim. The game went to overtime. And the season went to shambles. With a 72-80 loss to Marquette (11-8, 3-3 Big East), the Hoyas (11-7, 3-4 Big East) lost their third… Read More

We are Georgetown: Hoyas to face High Point Panthers at Verizon Center

Having seemingly caught fire after a mixed showing at the Puerto Rico Tip-Off, the Hoyas (4-2, 0-0 Big East) will hope to continue their three-game winning streak as they host the High Point Panthers (3-3, 0-0 Big South… Read More

Postgame Roundup: Smith gives impressive performance as Hoyas fall to Oregon

Well, now we know. Josh Smith is for real. But that’s all we can be sure of. The Hoyas’ loss to No. 19 Oregon was a mixed bag. Though the Hoyas fell 75-82, the game was closely contested…. Read More

Men selected to finish second, women sixth at Big East Basketball Media Day

On Wednesday, members of the new Big East Conference, including Georgetown, converged on New York for their annual Basketball Media Day. In the preseason coaches’ polls, the men’s team was picked to finish second out of ten teams… Read More

Men’s basketball has possible deal to continue rivalry with Syracuse

Last year, on the final day of the Hoyas’ regular season, we all gathered at the Phonebooth for what we believed to be the final matchup against our longtime rival from upstate New York. Of course, the final… Read More

After long absence, ACL injury keeps Whittington off the court

This past season, forward Greg Whittington was ruled academically ineligible during the height of the Hoyas’ struggles. At the time, Whittington was the team’s leading rebounder and second leading scorer, only behind the NBA-bound Otto Porter. After Whittington’s… Read More

Morning Digest: Jeopardy, crooked cops, and transport

Better than a cup of coffee, the Morning Digest will provide you with what you need to be prepared for the day: a daily round-up of links, local news, and important events on campus and around D.C.    … Read More