Postgame Roundup: Hoyas stun Bruins in Brooklyn, 78-70

Before the Georgetown Hoyas (3-0, 0-0 Big East) tipped off on Friday night, the buzz was squarely on UCLA star freshman Shabazz Muhammad’s collegiate debut. A couple of hours later, Markel Starks, Otto Porter Jr., and the rest… Read More

Football stifled by Holy Cross 24-0 in season finale

In their final game of the season and on Senior Day, the Georgetown football team (5-6, 2-3 Patriot League) failed in their attempt for consecutive winning seasons, as they lost in blowout fashion to Jesuit rival Holy Cross… Read More

Poll: Are you having trouble connecting to SaxaNet?

Today, University Information Services officially removed the HOYAS wireless network. Voxy Gurl can’t help but notice; SaxaNet still fails her. Are you experiencing the same problem? Did HOYAS ever work for you in the first place? Share your… Read More

HOYAS network to be removed Wednesday

Georgetown’s University Information Services announced the full removal of the HOYAS WiFi network on Wednesday due to its lack of proper security controls, according to Chief Information Officer Lisa Davis. SaxaNet and GuestNet,  which are both safer from “compromised… Read More

Postgame Roundup: Hoyas stumble past Dukes 61-55 to open season

This time, they got to play two halves. Two nights after their canceled matchup with Florida on the USS Bataan, the Georgetown Hoyas (1-0) beat an overmatched Duquesne (0-2) indoors in front of their home fans at the… Read More

Postgame Roundup: When condensation strikes

The Georgetown Hoyas left the makeshift court on board the USS Bataan in Jacksonville, Fla. Friday night trailing the Florida Gators 27-23 at halftime. When they came back out for the second half, they found a hardwood better suited for a Slip… Read More

We Are Georgetown and You’re Not: Florida

Playing basketball on boats is the newest trend, and Georgetown has decided to be a trendy team this season. The Blue and Gray will open its 2012-13 season against Florida tonight at 9 p.m. (on NBC Sports Network)… Read More

Women’s soccer continues Big East run today

Many things stopped for Hurricane Sandy: campus was closed, classes were cancelled, and parts of the New York City subway system shut down for the first time in its history. But has the Georgetown women’s soccer team slowed… Read More

Hoya football looks to bounce back against Lafayette

After a disappointing 36-57 loss against Colgate (4-3, 2-0 Patriot League) where they allowed 707 total yards of offense, the Georgetown football team (3-5, 0-2 Patriot League) looks to bounce back in this Saturday’s game on the road… Read More

Doug E. Fresh to headline Midnight Madness festivities

According to our entertaining friends over at Casual Hoya, this year’s Midnight Madness will feature hip-hop legend Doug E. Fresh. One of the earliest and most successful beatboxers in rap, Mr. Fresh can make noises that sound nothing like… Read More