Sa'eed Nelson

DC’s road warriors, the American Eagles (2-3), head to St. Francis where they look to win their third straight game. The Eagles are coming off wins over New Hampshire (74-70) and VMI (69-64). American is led by their super sophomore, Sa’eed Nelson. Nelson leads the team in points per gameRead More →

Coach Patrick Ewing

Final: Georgetown 76 Maine 55 Wrap Up The Hoyas played their first “bad” game of the season. Despite the 21 point win, Coach Ewing made it known that he was “disappointed” in the effort. He had every right to be. The Hoyas looked downright unmotivated at times. But the HoyasRead More →

Georgetown Hoyas forward Marcus Derrickson (24) shoots the ball over Richmond Spiders guard Jacob Gilyard (0) during the second half at Robins Center. The Hoyas won 82-76.

So much has been made over Georgetown’s (4-0) scheduled but in their first road test they passed with flying colors in a 82-76 victory in Richmond. Despite the Spiders record (1-5), they returned contributors Nick Sherod and De’Monte Buckingham. The Hoyas had five players score in double figures in aRead More →

Sodom (Georgetown) shooting a layup

Final: Georgetown 102  Mount St. Mary’s 68 Game Wrap The Hoyas jumped out early but really stretched the lead midway through the first half en route to a 102-68 win. The Hoyas were lead by Govan’s 20 point, 14 rebound performance. He was one of five players in double figures.Read More →

NCAA Basketball Logo

With College Basketball season upon us, Making the Cut makes 5 bold predictions for this upcoming season. Duke will win the ACC regular season but Notre Dame will win the ACC Tournament The Blue Devils are loaded and have plenty of depth for the night in, night out challenge ofRead More →

George Washington University logo

Tis the season for signing recruits and George Washington signed 3 yesterday. The newest Colonials are Shandon Brown (New Hampton School), Marcus Littles (Neumann Goretti) and Mezie Offurum (Georgetown Prep). Shandon Brown The point guard from Massachusetts had a big junior year at New Hampton School where he averaged 11Read More →