Dwyane Wade promotes book, comments on Hoyas

This past Saturday, superstar guard Dwyane Wade of the NBA’s Miami Heat made an uncharacteristic trip to the DC area. Instead of his usual high-flying exploits in the Verizon Center facing off against the hometown Washington Wizards, Wade… Read More

Hoyas triumph over Princeton 21-20 under Friday night lights

Junior kicker Matt MacZura is making a habit of coming up clutch for the Hoyas. His 33-yard field goal with 14 seconds left clinched the Hoyas’ third win of 2012 last night, as Georgetown (3-1) defeated Princeton (0-2) 21-20… Read More

Youthful Hoya tennis opens individual play, led by captains

It’s September, and the season for both the men and women’s tennis programs is almost in full swing. Both teams recently set their rosters, and the men’s program is now preparing for the Princeton Farnsworth Invitational, which will… Read More

Former Hoya Henry Sims signs with New York Knicks

Simsanity is heading to the Big Apple, as former Hoya center Henry Sims signed a deal with the New York Knicks today. The Knicks, who were already at 15 roster spots, are presumably bringing Sims onto their training camp… Read More

Hoya football opens home slate with dramatic 13-10 victory

Georgetown (2-0, 0-0 Patriot League) won its home opener against Wagner (0-2), 13-10, on Saturday. Junior kicker Matt MacZura paced the Hoyas, knocking through the game-winning 35-yard field goal with one minute and 42 seconds left. Wagner started… Read More

Sophomore Daphne Corboz leads undefeated Hoyas into weekend

Last year, the women’s soccer team had its most successful season in the history of the program. They finished with 15 wins, good for their most ever, and made it to the semifinals of the Big East Tournament…. Read More

Big East announces Georgetown’s final schedule for 2012-2013

The Big East announced complete schedules for its member institutions today, including Georgetown’s. The Hoyas have 30 games on the schedule, including 17 home contests, all at the Verizon Center. Though the Blue and Grey’s opponents have been… Read More

Sims and Clark star for Team DC, prepare for next stages

This past weekend Austin Freeman, Chris Wright, Henry Sims, and Jason Clark found themselves on the same team for the first time since their unceremonious exit from the 2011 NCAA Tournament. The Georgetown reunion was made possible by… Read More

McCabe, Hoyas earn Patriot League preseason accolades

At yesterday’s Patriot League media day, the Hoyas were at the forefront of the preseason awards. Senior linebacker Rob McCabe was named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year for the Hoyas, following a junior season that saw… Read More

Legendary Urick steps down, Hoyas open coaching search

Georgetown lacrosse entered a new era on Friday, with legendary head coach Dave Urick announcing his retirement from the program after 23 years at its helm. A press release made the announcement on Friday, also stating that Urick… Read More