Postgame Roundup: Lively McDonough helps Hoyas climb past Mountaineers


Although the circus prevented the Georgetown men’s basketball team (18-14, 8-10 Big East) from playing their NIT 1st Round game at Verizon Center, that did not stifle the Hoyas and their fans from putting on their own show Tuesday night at McDonough Arena. Feeding off the raucous sold-out crowd of 2,133, the Georgetown men’s basketball […]

Voicebox: The basketball season’s not quite over yet

Sports editor Chris Almeida and assistant sports editors Brendan Crowley and Joe Pollicino discuss the disappointment and general sadness surrounding this year’s basketball season, specifically the DePaul game that eliminated the Hoyas’ hopes of competing in the NCAA tournament. On the bright side, however, this means that the Hoyas will compete in the National Invitational Tournament. The sports editors will also […]

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 fans can take any solace from this disheartening year, however, it’s in their team’s selection to the […]

Postgame Roundup: Blue Demons dash Hoyas’ NCAA Tournament aspirations

NEW YORK—Entering their first round matchup with DePaul (12-20, 3-15 Big East), the Georgetown men’s basketball team (17-14, 8-10 Big East) had defeated the Blue Demons in 14 consecutive meetings, including twice this season, dating all the way back to 1994. Apparently, DePaul was due for a win in the worst possible way, yet at […]

Postgame Roundup: Super ‘Nova Pops Hoyas’ NCAA Bubble


PHILADELPHIA—The NCAA Tournament bubble might have just burst for the Georgetown men’s basketball team (17-13, 8-10 Big East) in their regular season finale, as they let a prime résumé-building opportunity go to waste against No. 6 Villanova (28-3, 16-2 Big East) in a 77-59 loss on Saturday afternoon. “We have to play better than we […]

Postgame Roundup: Hoyas fly past Bluejays on senior night


Propelled by the strong backcourt play of senior guard Markel Starks and sophomore guard D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera, the Georgetown men’s basketball team will live to fight another day in their quest for an NCAA Tournament berth, as they defeated No. 13 Creighton (23-6, 13-4 Big East) 75-63 on Senior Night at Verizon Center. On a night […]

Postgame Roundup: Hoyas take Musketeers down


Only 36 hours removed from their disheartening road loss Thursday night to Seton Hall, the Georgetown men’s basketball team (16-11, 7-8 Big East) regained their form Saturday at Verizon Center, as they cruised to a 74-52 blowout win over Xavier (18-9, 8-6 Big East). The win snaps the Hoyas’ two-game losing streak and avenges their […]

Georgetown in the Olympics: Hoyas who are more athletic than Vox could ever hope to be


Over the years, Georgetown has sent quite a few athletes to go for the gold and represent the good ol’ USA in the Olympics. Here’s a brief look at a few of these Hoyas. Check out a more in-depth look at some Georgetown Olympians in this week’s feature in the Voice tomorrow. Aimee Mullins (SFS ’98): Track and […]

Rob Sgarlata (C’94) hired as new football head coach


Georgetown Athletic Director Lee Reed announced today that Rob Sgarlata (C’94) has been named the new head coach of the Georgetown football program. Sgarlata has been a member of the Georgetown coaching staff for the past 18 seasons, including the last eight as Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator. He replaces Kevin Kelly, who resigned to become […]

Hoyas fail to weather the Red Storm’s hot shooting


In a game filled with NCAA Tournament ramifications for both teams, St. John’s (17-9, 7-6 Big East) came out firing from the start, riding a 15-0 game-opening run and hot shooting to a 82-60 wire-to-wire victory over Georgetown (15-10, 6-7 Big East). The Red Storm exacted revenge for their earlier loss at the hands of […]

Postgame Roundup: Hoyas overcome Friars for fourth straight win


In a back-and-forth affair at Verizon Center Monday night, which saw both teams exchange eight different leads, as well tied on five different occasions, the Georgetown men’s basketball team (15-9, 6-6 Big East) prevailed over Providence (16-9, 6-6 Big East) 83-71. Providence senior guard Bryce Cotton erupted for 31 points, but the Hoyas’ hot shooting […]