Former Hoyas DaJuan Summers, Ataefiok Etukeren signed to pro teams

Going pro: Summers (left) and Etukeren Last Friday was a good day for former Georgetown athletes. First off, DaJuan Summers, who went to the Pistons in the second round of the draft as the 35th overall pick, was… Read More

Dajuan Summers goes to the Pistons as the 35th overall pick

Last night at the NBA Draft at WaMu Theater in New York City, DaJuan Summers was selected with the 35th overall pick by the Detroit Pistons. The Baltimore Sun quotes Summers as saying, “”I’m very excited. That’s where… Read More

DaJuan Summers leaving Georgetown for NBA Draft

Say it ain’t so! Though he declared his intentions to stay at Georgetown just over a month ago, DaJuan Summers seems to have changed his mind. John Thompson III announced today that the junior forward will be leaving… Read More

DaJuan Summers plans to stay at Georgetown next year

Not too cool for school yet In the Friday press conference that preceded the Hoya’s Saturday victory over Villanova, junior DaJuan Summers told reporters, “I’ll be here next year,” when asked about his plans for the future. That’s… Read More

DaJuan Summers’ foot injury will force him to sit out Marquette game

Hoya fans already saw the effect that losing DaJuan Summers had on the Hoya’s game against Cincinatti. Unfortunately, it looks like the forward’s foot injury is going to bench him for another game. The Washington Post reports that… Read More

JTIII, Sapp, Summers, and Wright talk Hoya basketball

Freshman Greg Monroe in the Kenner Summer League Georgetown held its annual basketball Media Day on yesterday afternoon. Coach John Thompson III, as well as senior guard Jessie Sapp, junior forward DaJuan Summers, and sophomore guards Austin Freeman… Read More

Kenner Summer League Quarterfinals: Clyde’s falls, Beasley impresses

With the score tied and 2.8 seconds on the clock, Austin Freeman, dressed in Clyde’s unfortunate purple uniform, squared up at the free throw line. Then the 82% free throw shooter did something he rarely does: he missed…. Read More