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Washington Post Apr 14, 2014

Adair named GU women's basketball coach

Natasha Adair has been named head coach of the Georgetown women’s basketball team, the school announced Monday, and will be formally introduced Tuesday afternoon during a news conference at McDonough Gym. Read full article >>
Washington Post Apr 11, 2014

Amid unionization and one-and-dones, Alonzo Mourning reflects on value of college education

Few high-school basketball phenoms have wrung more from their athletic ability than Alonzo Mourning, who was chosen second overall in the 1992 NBA draft following a standout career at Georgetown, signed the league’s first $100 million contract, helped the Miami Heat win the 2006 NBA championship and earned seven NBA all-star honors in a 16-year pro career. Read full article >>
Washington Post Apr 4, 2014

Georgetown Hoyas sports roundup

A roundup of Georgetown University sports. Men’s basketball: Georgetown’s Markel Starks was one of 21 seniors selected by the National Association of Basketball Coaches to play in the 2014 Division I College All-Star Game, which will be played as part of Final Four weekend on Friday at 4:30 p.m. Read full article >>    
Washington Post Mar 27, 2014

Georgetown Hoyas sports roundup

A roundup of Georgetown university sports. Men’s lacrosse: Georgetown traded leads four times with No. 2 Loyola on a rainy night at Multi-Sport Field but were unable to make one final push as the Hoyas’ upset bid fell short in a 10-9 loss on March 19. Read full article >>    
Washington Post Mar 23, 2014

Markel Starks, Georgetown say they have plenty to play for in NIT

From the day he enrolled at Georgetown, Markel Starks has practiced in the shadow of greatness, reminded of the Hoyas’ glory days by the 1984 national championship banner that hangs on the south wall of McDonough Arena, just above NCAA Final Four banners from 1982, 1985 and 2007. Read full article >>    
Washington Post Mar 19, 2014

Reid: Now in NCAA tournament, Mike Brennan and American have been defying expectations all season

By following a good blueprint, Coach Mike Brennan has turned around the American University men’s basketball team in his first year after serving as Coach John Thompson III’s top assistant at Georgetown for four seasons. There’s no doubt about it: American and Georgetown play similarly. But Thompson’s influence on Brennan is only part of American’s story. Read full article >>    

DC Sports Bog: Rich Chvotkin celebrates Georgetown’s NIT win

Georgetown beat West Virginia in the first round of the NIT on Tuesday night. It was a notable win largely because of the venue: McDonough Gymnasium was small, and loud, and picturesque, and nostalgified. The students were right on top of the court, and they were noisy. The announcers on ESPN talked a lot about Georgetown’s rise to prominence in the 1980s. And the Hoyas played well. Read full article >>    
Washington Post Mar 18, 2014

NIT first round: Georgetown beats West Virginia , 77-65, at McDonough Arena; D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera scores 32 points

A packed, partisan crowd and the familiar confines of their own practice gym did little to help the Georgetown Hoyas in the early going of their National Invitation Tournament opener against West Virginia on Tuesday. Read full article >>    
Washington Post Mar 17, 2014

Georgetown-West Virginia NIT preview: ‘The guys still want to play more basketball games’

Even as he wrestled with the disappointment of missing the NCAA tournament, Georgetown senior Nate Lubick was well on his way Monday to recalibrating his goals for what playing time remains in his fourth and final season on the Hilltop. Read full article >>    
Washington Post Mar 17, 2014

DC Sports Bog: Georgetown logo shows up on NCAA tournament T-Shirt instead of George Washington

Just when the Washington area was getting used to the idea of a Terps- and Hoyas-less NCAA tournament, something like this pops up to rain on the George Washington parade. NCAA selling tournament t-shirts with Georgetown’s logo instead of GW’s. pic.twitter.com/u4a00aobTk — Louis Nelson (@louisjnelson) March 17, 2014 Read full article >>