Messi comes to Georgetown, and no you (probably) can’t stalk him

Whether you’re a die-hard club soccer fan or can’t bring yourself to watch more than two minutes of a game without sheepishly checking your Facebook newsfeed, you’ve probably heard about Lionel Messi coming to Georgetown this week. For… Read More

Former DC United defender Robbie Russell goes back to school

On May 15, former DC United defender Robbie Russell announced his retirement and that he’d be taking a very different post-career path than most athletes. Russell is coming to Georgetown to pursue a career in medicine. “I’m really… 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

Banners stolen from North Kehoe Field, soccer coaches “disappointed”

Recently, in an effort to make North Kehoe a better environment for athletic competitions, the field was decorated with new banners. However, just two weeks after the banners were put up, three of them have been stolen. Brian… Read More

Georgetown Sports Roundup: California soccer weekend

This is what a happy soccer player looks like Men’s Soccer Georgetown (1-1-1) split two games against ranked California opponents this weekend at Kehoe. On Friday No. 8 Cal got the better of the Hoyas 2-0, marking the… Read More

Cuban soccer players defect in DC

Alcantara (right) Last Thursday, when the Cuban soccer team was in town to play the US team for a World Cup qualifier, Cuban player Reinier Alcantar thought, “Thanks but no thanks on the health care and repression” and… Read More

Norovirus puts a temporary halt to Georgetown athletics

Due to the outbreak of the norovirus on campus, athletic director Bernard Muir has postponed or cancelled most events scheduled for this weekend, including women’s soccer home games Syracuse and St. John’s, football away at Colgate, and swimming… Read More