This past week, we lost two men we recognize as part of the city’s history and daily life; we lost the coach and we lost the newsman.
A restless imagination allowed him to write children’s books, create foundations and schools and support women’s basketball with the same exuberance that he showed on the court.
On Jan. 15, close to 200 residents met with city officials from the Departments of Parks and Recreation, DC Public Schools and the Department of General Services about the field’s future.
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.
Center Omer Yurtseven scored a career-high 32 points to lead the Georgetown men’s basketball team (9-3, Big East) to a 99-71 win on Dec. 21.
For the Hoyas, the 89-79 win over Syracuse follows victories over previously undefeated Oklahoma State and SMU on the road.
Former Mayor Anthony Williams and others discussed the economic resurgence of D.C. after years of bad publicity and investors “running away” from their sales pitches for the city.
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.
Seven-foot men led the scoring for each team. Omer Yurtseven scored 17 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for the Hoyas, while sophomore center Hayden Koval totaled 21 points for the Bears.