Tori Nelson

Over the last few years, women’s boxing is taking a larger stage in the boxing community. Not only has fighters like Claressa Shields become household names but promoters know they can carry a card. On Saturday night at The Entertainment and Sports Arena, local boxer (Ashburn, VA), Tori Nelson (18-2-3,Read More →

Trey Mourning Shooting Free Throw

Trey Mourning had the best 2o minutes of his Georgetown career in the first half of the Hoyas win over Campbell. The son of former Georgetown great, Alonzo Mourning, had 13 points, 7 rebounds in the first half of Georgetown’s 93-85 victory Campbell. Mourning would end the game with careerRead More →

Maryland's Anthony Cowan

The Maryland Terrapins made sure their first 20 minutes tonight didn’t resemble the first 20 against Hofstra. The Terrapins jumped out to a 21 point first half lead that would eventually get to 32. When it was all said and done, the Terps prevailed 92-75. The 90 points were spurredRead More →

Jessie Govan

Fresh off their win at Illinois, Georgetown Hoyas (3-0) begins play in the Jersey Mike’s Jamaica Classic. The Hoyas’ opponents are Loyola Marymount and South Florida. The Hoyas have been led by senior Jessie Govan. The big man is averaging 16.7 points, 7 rebounds a game. But a lot ofRead More →

Chasson Randle

Capital City Go-Go announced two significant roster moves today. The Go-Go re-acquired Chasson Randle after he was released by the Washington Wizards. To make room for Randle, the Go-Go released Devin Sweetney. Sweetney made the team through the open tryout process. The Wizards assigned Thomas Bryant to the Capital CityRead More →

Capital City Go-Go vs Rio Grande Valley Vipers opening tip

Coming off their first win, the Capital City Go-Go looked to build upon the momentum. They received a boost when Chasson Randle was reassigned by the Washington Wizards. Randle had been up with the Washington Wizards for their road trip. Unfortunately the Rio Grande Valley Vipers weren’t the most graciousRead More →