Commence dancing: Hoyas open tournament against FGCU

A No. 2 seed, while a significant honor, does not mean all that much for these Georgetown Hoyas. Their unceremonious exits to double-digit seeds over the past three seasons have made sure of that. But rather than discouraging the Hoyas, the past results have lit a fire under them, indicating just how difficult it is […]

We Are Georgetown: Hoyas travel to Rutgers

Following a week off, the No. 20/21 Hoyas will now enter perhaps their most difficult week of the season beginning with an away match-up with Rutgers today.  In the upcoming week, Georgetown also hosts No. 24 Marquette and visits No. 17 Cincinnati.  For starters, the Blue and Gray cannot overlook the Scarlet Knights of Rutgers.  […]

Postgame Roundup: Hoyas defeat St. John’s in JTIII’s 200th Georgetown win

The Georgetown Men’s basketball team (16-4, 6-3 Big East) defeated St. John’s (14-8, 6-4 Big East) at the Verizon Center earlier today with a score of 68-56 in front of 15,000 Gray Out fans. The Hoyas were led by junior forward Nate Lubick as he scored a career-high 16 points and secured 10 rebounds to […]

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 Verizon Center. The 61-55 margin in the regional round of the Legends Classic was a lot closer […]

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 n’ Slide contest. After conferring with Florida Head Coach Billy Donovan and game officials, Georgetown Head Coach John Thompson III agreed to […]

Lubick and Whittington lead Hoyas past St. John’s, 71-61

The Georgetown men’s basketball team rebounded nicely from Wednesday’s devastating overtime loss to Syracuse with a 71-61 win at the Verizon Center over Big East rival St. Johns. The youthful and unranked Red Storm gave the No. 11 Hoyas quite a scare though, playing a tight first half before narrowing the lead to as little […]

Nate Lubick reprises role as “Most Interesting Man at Georgetown”

Nate Lubick is still very, very interesting in Mike Meaney (SFS ’12) and Greg Laverriere’s (COL ’12) new campaign video. Our question is, who’s doing this voiceover?

Kenner Summer League: Thompson arrives, Starks impresses

While storms brewed around the D.C. area on Sunday, a few Hoyas decided to bring some thunder of their own into McDonough during Kenner Summer League scrimmages. With 18 points to his name, junior guard Jason Clark led Team Takeover to a blowout in the early game, but that’s not to say it wasn’t entertaining. […]

Kenner Summer League: A look at “the other guys”

The  annual Kenner Summer League is an early opportunity to see Georgetown basketball. Today, we check in with some of the team’s lesser known players (except for Jerrelle Benimon, who didn’t play on Saturday). Julian Vaughn As the tallest and strongest player in his game on Saturday, Vaughn succeeded around the basket. But, don’t expect […]