Georgetown men’s basketball cruises to dominate win over Siena

WASHINGTON – The Georgetown men’s basketball team finished off a season-opening three-game homestand with a strong showing over Siena, leading to a resounding 83-65 victory Friday night. Guards Kaiden Rice … Read More

The Sports Pulse Week in Review

Every week The Sports Pulse highlights all of the best performances and news the week had to offer in an easy-to-follow and engaging experience. WFT Adds more Depth Former Tennessee … Read More

Georgetown Lax Phenoms Take Their Talents to PLL

WASHINGTON – Former Georgetown University men’s lacrosse All-Americans Daniel Bucaro (C’19) and Nick Marrocco (B’18) were selected in the Premier Lacrosse League Entry Draft on Thursday night. Bucaro was taken in … Read More

Wahab Enters NCAA Transfer Portal After Masterful Performance in Tourney

WASHINGTON – Georgetown University sophomore men’s basketball player Qudus Wahab entered the NCAA transfer portal today. “Q was an important piece of our success this year and he needs to do … Read More

No. 5 Colorado Routs No. 12 Georgetown in NCAA Tourney

INDIANAPOLIS – The Georgetown University Basketball squad rolled into the 2021 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament in Indianapolis this week with their confidence at an all-time high.  After stringing together four … Read More

Georgetown dominates Big East finals, earns NCAA Tournament bid

NEW YORK – Georgetown capped off a stunning weekend in the Big Ten Tournament with two convincing performances to capture the title. After taking down fifth-seeded Seton Hall 66-58 in … Read More

Georgetown upsets No. 1 seed Villanova in Big East Quarterfinals

NEW YORK – After an impressive showing in their Big East Tournament debut against Marquette Thursday, Georgetown was looking to make a statement against top-seeded Villanova. In a game that … Read More

Georgetown earns huge victory over Marquette in Big East Tournament debut

NEW YORK – Coming into the Big East Tournament as a No. 8 seed, Georgetown looked to rebound after a disastrous outing in their regular season finale against Connecticut. The … Read More

Huskies cruise past Hoyas, 98-82

WASHINGTON – In their final game of the regular season, Georgetown’s attempt to avenge a home loss to Connecticut in February fell apart early on Saturday. After starting on a … Read More

Seniors shine as Georgetown beats Xavier in home finale

WASHINGTON – Riding high late in the season, Georgetown continues its winning ways as it defeated Xavier 72-66 Tuesday night. The result is the Hoyas’ (9-11, 7-8) fourth win in … Read More

Hoyas look to rebound on the road after UConn loss

WASHINGTON – After splitting their four-game homestand, Georgetown will look for better luck on the road against DePaul Saturday. The Hoyas (7-11, 5-8) were riding high, winning four of their … Read More

Pickett scores season-high 20 points as Hoyas defeat Pirates

WASHINGTON – For the second game in a row, Georgetown had five players score in double digits as they defeated Seton Hall 81-75 Saturday night. The Hoyas (7-10, 5-7) outshot … Read More

Georgetown Falls to Creighton, Prepares for Butler

WASHINGTON – No. 19 Creighton had a domineering performance Tuesday night as the Bluejays set a school-record 19 steals while rolling past Georgetown 63-48 and never trailed once throughout the … Read More

Georgetown Snaps Five-Game Losing Streak with Late Comeback Victory

WASHINGTON – Georgetown University snapped a five-game losing streak Saturday afternoon after a go-ahead basket from sophomore center Qudus Wahab with 1:16 left in the game. After being down by … Read More

College Basketball Wrap-up: Harris’ 3-pointer leads American to 3OT win, sweeps Loyola

Down a point against Loyola Maryland Sunday with six seconds remaining, American’s Jamir Harris took the ball and knew what to do. The New Brunswick, New Jersey, native quickly dribbled … Read More

Week in College Sports Recap – Maryland, Georgetown, American

The Maryland women’s basketball team continues to excel while other local programs pause due to issues with the coronavirus. Here is some key takeaway from local teams in the past … Read More

Georgetown’s struggles continue, loses to Syracuse

WASHINGTON – A late rally to make it a one-possession game in the dying moments of the second half was not enough for Georgetown as Syracuse earned the 74-69 win … Read More

Late Butler comeback deals Georgetown its fourth straight loss

INDIANAPOLIS – Despite leading for large portions of their Big East Conference matchup against Butler Wednesday, Georgetown could not hold on as the Bulldogs rallied to score eight unanswered points … Read More

Georgetown Looks for Answers after Three Game Skid

After losing their third straight game against Marquette Saturday, the Georgetown men’s basketball team recapture their winning ways when they travel to Indianapolis to take on Butler Wednesday.

Week in College Sports Recap – Georgetown, Maryland, Bowie State

Here is some key takeaway from some of the local teams in the past week in college sports.

Georgetown Falls to St. John’s on the Road, Hoyas Prepare for Seton Hall

WASHINGTON – In their first road game of the season, Georgetown (3-5) fell to St. John’s (7-4), 94-83 inside Carnesecca Arena, handing the Red Storm their first conference win of … Read More

After OT win, Hoyas prepare for repeat encounter away at St. John’s

Following a back and forth affair, Georgetown earned their first win in Big East Conference play when they defeated St. John’s, 97-94, in overtime Sunday night. However, with the pandemic playing a role in the schedule, the Hoyas will have to repeat their performance against the Red Storm this Sunday but in New York.

Ryan Mutombo, son of Dikembe Mutombo, commits to Georgetown

WASHINGTON – Ryan Mutombo, the son of Hall of Fame basketball player Dikembe Mutombo, took to Twitter to announce his commitment to play college basketball at Georgetown University. A senior … Read More

Former QB Leftwich, Georgetown’s Thompson Jr. headline DCSAA Hall of Fame Class

Ten different local sports figures were selected to be a part of the District of Columbia State Athletic Association High School Hall of Fame Class.

Big East Conference postpones fall athletics for its member schools

The Big East Conference, comprised of 11-member institutions, including Georgetown University, announced it would postpone its six fall sports in 2020 and possibly moving them to 2021.

A look back at Georgetown Basketball’s incoming recruiting class

Hoyas will not play 2020 season due to COVID-19 By Arthur Cribbs/The Sports Pulse Contributor Courtesy photo WASHINGTON – As the Georgetown Basketball program looks beyond the 2020 season for … Read More

Four-star guard commits to the Terrapins

By Brooks Warren/The Sports Pulse Contributor Courtesy photo BALTIMORE – University of Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon and his coaching staff have added yet another talented basketball player to their … Read More

Georgetown Basketball Coach Patrick Ewing tests positive for COVID-19

By José Umaña/The Sports Pulse Contributor WASHINGTON – Georgetown University Head Men’s Basketball Coach Patrick Ewing tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, university officials said Friday. The Hall of Famer … Read More

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