College Cup run ends in 1-0 loss

Sometimes at the end of a disappointing day, you have to take a step back and look at what you’ve accomplished in the recent past. More often than not, that off day is an abnormality in a sea of success. One can only hope the Georgetown men’s soccer team keeps this in mind as they […]

Men’s soccer advances to first College Cup Final in PKs

The Georgetown men’s soccer team has kept their run for a championship alive as they defeated the University of Maryland tonight in a penalty kick shootout. The Hoyas slotted four penalty shots past the Maryland keeper opposed to only three by the Terps, pushing them through to the program’s first College Cup championship game. They […]

Men’s soccer prevails 3-1 over San Diego

Vox would like to extend its most sincere apologies to anyone who did not make it to North Kehoe field Saturday to witness the epic Elite Eight men’s soccer game between the Georgetown Hoyas and the San Diego Toreros. It was probably the most exciting game the men’s soccer team has ever been a part […]

Weekend sports recap: Hoyas win! Except for penalty kicks.

A full slate of Georgetown athletics were on display for fans this weekend, ranging from basketball and soccer to football. And the Hoyas (almost) won them all! The men’s basketball team steamrolled its way through the Charleston Classic. Senior guard Chris Wright, who won the tournament’s most valuable player honors, filled out the box score […]

This week in the Voice: College, the first generation

This week’s in Features, Nico Dodd and Sean Quigley profile first-generation college students and how they transition to Georgetown. “About eight percent of this year’s freshman class, approximately 120 students, are first-generation college students,” they write. “They come from families and, in some cases, communities where attending college is the exception, not the norm.” News […]

If you play sports for Georgetown, you won the weekend

If you watched a Georgetown team play this weekend, odds are you saw some Hoyas lay a beatdown on their opponents. And trust us, it was something special; Sports Info Director Mex Carey dug through the records, learning that this is the first time five fall teams won games over a two-day span since 2006. […]