The Big Ten and Big East announced the schedule for the fifth annual Gavitt Games. The Hoyas will host will Penn State on Thursday November 14th. Georgetown will be returning their entire back court, James Akinjo and Mac McClung along with fellow rising sophomore, Josh LeBlanc. The other Gavitt Games:
Georgetown announced that the mens basketball team will be playing exhibitions in the Bahamas. The trip will take place August 10-17. The Hoyas will play three games that week. Former Hoya football player, Janne Kouri, completed his cross trip journey on Wednesday. Kouri (B’97) traveled from Manhattan Beach, California to
Per Georgetown Athletics, Georgetown and Syracuse have re-upped their rivalry for the next four years. “I’m excited we will be able to have Syracuse on the schedule for the next four years,” said head coach Patrick Ewing. Georgetown’s schedule has been under constant scrutiny since Ewing’s arrival. This year’s out
UCF’s Terrell Allen has announced that he is transferring to Georgetown. Next Chapter 🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/2z5NgYHWjs — Terrell Allen (@ked_rell) April 25, 2019 Allen started his college career at Drexel before transferring to University of Central Florida. At UCF, Allen was more of a distributor. He averaged 6.7 points and 4.3
Any talk of Georgetown making the NCAA tournament died tonight on the Garden floor. The Hoyas were manhandled by Seton Hall 73-57. The first half was a house of horrors for the Hoyas. They turned the ball over 9 times. Georgetown head coach, Patrick Ewing lamented the sloppy play. “Turnovers.
Per George Washington University, Maurice Joseph will not return as head coach. In his three years as head coach, Joseph compiled a 44-57 record. Director of Athletics and Recreation, Tanya Vogel, said “We will move forward with a national search for our new head coach who will help us get
George Mason would survive a scare from George Washington in the second round of the Atlantic 10 Tournament. After dominating the Colonials last week, the Patriots held on for a 61-57 victory. “This is survive and advance time,” said George Mason head coach Dave Paulsen. George Mason looked like they