Profs and Pints DC presents: “Ancient America’s Ball Game,” a look at the roughly 3,400-year history of the first known team sport, with Jeffrey P. Blomster, a professor of anthropology […]
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In a monumental upset, Rafael Nadal, the Citi Open’s top seed, was bested by 24-year-old South African Lloyd Harris before another full house on Thursday night in Washington D.C. Harris […]
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Tennis great Rafael Nadal was the headliner as the Citi Open returned to the Rock Creek Park Tennis Center in Washington D.C. on Saturday, July 31. Fans were delighted to […]
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The Hoyas pulled away to a 87-66 win on Jan. 8 behind the scoring of Mac McClung (24 points) and Jamorko Pickett (18 points, 11 rebounds, 4 blocks).
The Georgetown University men’s basketball team now heads into Big East play next week with an overall record improved to 10-3.
It was a disappointing performance following an excellent showing in Madison Square Garden, where the Hoyas defeated Texas and took the nation’s top-ranked Duke down to the wire.