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Washington Post Sep 13, 2014

Georgetown University breaks ground on John Thompson Jr. athletics center

The guest of honor at Friday morning’s groundbreaking ceremony for Georgetown’s John R. Thompson Jr. Intercollegiate Athletics Center sat patiently on stage as family, friends, former colleagues and current administrators feted the legendary men’s basketball coach. Read full article >>
Washington Post Sep 9, 2014

Georgetown basketball announces 2014-15 schedule

The Georgetown men’s basketball team will participate in a holiday tournament in the Bahamas, play one nonconference game at Madison Square Garden and host 16 games at Verizon Center as part of the 2014-15 schedule that was announced Tuesday afternoon. Read full article >>
Washington Post Sep 5, 2014

DC Sports Bog: Georgetown fantasy football league ready for its close-up

By forgoing an online draft in favor of a live one, a group of seniors and recent graduates from the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity at Georgetown can play out their NFL front office fantasies. “For me, it’s just because I need practice for when I’m a GM one day,” league commissioner and Georgetown senior Arik Parnass half-joked in the living room of his off-campus house. Read full article >>
Washington Post Sep 2, 2014

Roy Hibbert donates $1 million to Georgetown for new athletics center

On John Thompson Jr.’s 73rd birthday, former Georgetown star center Roy Hibbert announced Tuesday he would be contributing $1 million toward the construction of the on-campus facility bearing the name of the legendary retired Hoyas coach. Read full article >>
Washington Post Aug 28, 2014

Jeff Green donates $1 million to Georgetown

Former Georgetown all-American Jeff Green announced Thursday that he will be making a $1 million contribution toward the construction of the John Thompson Jr. Intercollegiate Athletics Center. Green’s gift comes on his 28th birthday and three days after Patrick Ewing and David Falk jointly donated $3.3 million to the athletics department to help fund the facility. Read full article >>
Washington Post Aug 25, 2014

Georgetown football enters 2014 season ready to get defensive again

Entering its fourth game last season, the Georgetown football team had been so besieged with injuries at linebacker that the coaching staff by necessity moved a freshman running back to the position. The Hoyas used 12 players in all at linebacker in 2013, and as instability plagued that unit, the losses piled up. Read full article >>
Washington Post Aug 25, 2014

Patrick Ewing, David Falk donate $3.3 million toward Georgetown facility

As the most recognized player in Georgetown basketball history, Patrick Ewing frequently has said he owes his development on and off the court to former Hoyas coach John Thompson Jr. Ewing showed his financial appreciation in that regard Monday afternoon by joining with longtime sports agent David Falk to donate $3.3 million toward the construction of the John Thompson Jr. Intercollegiate Athletics Center. Falk has strong ties with Thompson and Ewing, having represented both for decades. Read full article >>