NCAAB Terps 

Georgetown lands Pickett, chooses Hoyas over Terps

The Georgetown Hoyas have yet to officially hit the court, but first year head coach Patrick Ewing has secured his first major victory on the recruiting battleground. On Friday, Jamarko Pickett, a Virginia native, committed to play for the Hoya program. He joins fellow 2017 recruits Antwan Walker, Jahvon Blair, and Chris Yannick Sodom as part of the incomimg Hoya freshman. What’s more,... Read More
NCAAB 

Hoyas Use Defense To Topple UNCG

Don’t look now, but the Hoyas have won 6 consecutive games heading into conference play.   After securing an impressive road victory against Syracuse last Saturday, the Georgetown Hoyas showed no signs of a let down against the University of North Carolina-Greensboro Spartans. The win serves as an important sign of maturity and focus for a Hoyas team that appears to... Read More
NCAAB 

Hoya Saxa! Georgetown Lands 4-Star Recruit Tremont Waters

The Hoyas basketball program received some good news today as point guard Tremont Waters made his commitment official. Considering Waters fielded offers from the likes of Kentucky, Duke, Indiana, and Kansas, John Thompson III should be ecstatic that he was able pull in the talented guard from Connecticut. Up until the last moments before his commitment, many were led to believe... Read More
NCAAB Terps 

The Associated Press Dubs Maryland the #3 team in the land

A common refrain among the coaches and the media is that Maryland is the third best team behind North Carolina and Kentucky. This marks the first time in 10 years that Maryland has been ranked in the Pre-Season AP Top-25, and also the first time since 2001 they’ve been ranked in the Top 10. Why does Kentucky continue to get... Read More
NCAAB 

Can Georgetown Overcome Its Tournament Woes Against EWU?

#4 Georgetown (21-10) vs. #13 Eastern Washington (26-8) Thursday 9:57 P.M. ET on truTV Portland, Oregon — Everyone knows the narrative surrounding Georgetown Basketball. The assumption that Georgetown will–for lack of a better phrase–flame out early in the tournament  is well rooted in its recent tournament performances. Since the 2008 NCAA tournament, Georgetown has lost to a double-digit seed every time it has made the... Read More
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