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AP Was There: Villanova shoots lights out to upend Hoyas

A panel of Associated Press sports writers has come up with the top 10 men’s basketball games in the history of the NCAA Tournament.


AP Was There: James Worthy, Michael Jordan lead UNC to ’82 title vs. Hoyas

A panel of Associated Press sports writers has come up with the top 10 men’s basketball games in the history of the NCAA Tournament.


Georgetown transfer James Akinjo, who showed interest in Gonzaga, commits to Arizona

Georgetown transfer James Akinjo, who was reportedly interested in Gonzaga, announced early Wednesday morning his commitment to Arizona.


UPDATED: Tue., Dec. 3, 2019

Georgetown transfer James Akinjo reportedly interested in Gonzaga

Georgetown transfer James Akinjo is reportedly considering Gonzaga among other options.


Men’s Top 25 capsules: Collin Gillespie scores 30, No. 14 Villanova tops Georgetown 77-65

Collin Gillespie hit six 3-pointers and scored a career-high 30 points and Eric Paschall had 24 to keep No. 14 Villanova unbeaten in the Big East with a 77-65 victory …


UPDATED: Fri., Nov. 16, 2018

Washington State soccer comes up short in NCAA Tournament second-round loss to Georgetown

The top-seeded Hoyas only needed a 10th-minute goal to put an end to the Cougars’ season


UPDATED: Thu., Nov. 15, 2018

Washington State soccer set for showdown with top-seeded Georgetown in second round of NCAA Tournament

WSU coach Todd Shulenberger doesn’t pretend to know what the Georgetown team is thinking, but he cautioned, “They’d be crazy not to think we’re a serious opponent.”


UPDATED: Wed., Nov. 14, 2018

Washington State soccer heads into second round of NCAA Tournament with chip on its shoulder

Washington State players Morgan Weaver and Maddy Haro are fed up with the way the rest of the world sees their team and, more generally, the school they represent.


Back at Georgetown, Patrick Ewing wouldn’t mind some ‘Hoya Paranoia’

New Georgetown basketball coach Patrick Ewing would not mind a return to “Hoya Paranoia.” The former star player has been hired by his alma mater for his first head coaching …


Georgetown hires Patrick Ewing as men’s basketball coach

Patrick Ewing put Georgetown basketball on the map, turning the Hoyas into a national power as the menacing force in the middle in the 1980s. Three decades later, Ewing is …


Georgetown fires John Thompson III after another losing year

The search to replace fired Georgetown basketball coach John Thompson III will be led by former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue and athletic director Lee Reed. Thompson says he is looking …


Hart, Jenkins lead way as No. 2 Villanova routs Georgetown

WASHINGTON – Cheshire cat grins flashed across the faces of Villanova senior guards Josh Hart and Kris Jenkins as they pondered coming home to the D.C. area to face Georgetown …


Utah beats Georgetown to return to the Sweet 16

PORTLAND – Brandon Taylor envisioned Utah finding success in this season’s NCAA Tournament. He just didn’t know how good it would feel. Taylor scored 14 points and Delon Wright added …


Georgetown uses 3-point barrage to surge past Eastern

PORTLAND – Eastern Washington knows it now: Cinderella’s slipper isn’t one-size-fits-all. Not on a night when the heavyweight beats you at your own game, as Georgetown did to the underdog …


Hoyas flip script to old narrative

PORTLAND – Jabril Trawick let the moment overcome him and dunked with 1.2 seconds left to celebrate the enormity of the win. Bradley Hayes and Trey Mourning walked around the …


Blanchette: Hoyas disproved Jim Hayford’s prediction

PORTLAND – Sometimes it’s not the midnight toll that brings Cinderella back to reality. Sometimes it’s a blackjack and an Uzi.


Blanchette: Hoyas disproved Jim Hayford’s prediction

PORTLAND – Sometimes it’s not the midnight toll that brings Cinderella back to reality. Sometimes it’s a blackjack and an Uzi.


UPDATED: Thu., March 19, 2015

Georgetown uses 3-point barrage to surge past Eastern Washington

PORTLAND – Eastern Washington knows it now: Cinderella’s slipper isn’t one-size-fits-all. Not on a night when the heavyweight beats you at your own game, as Georgetown did to the underdog …


Blanchette: Jim Hayford’s victory boast breath of fresh air

PORTLAND – Look out, bracket: Broadway Jim Hayford is in town. Eastern Washington’s head coach is either a calculating Barnum who’s found his audience in the NCAA basketball tournament, or …


EWU notes: Hoyas’ Josh Smith immovable force in spurts

PORTLAND – Since his playing days at Kentwood High, Josh Smith’s undeniable talent has been overshadowed by his gargantuan size. No matter what he does on the court, poundage-per-game has …


Eagles hope to reinforce double-digit seed upset history vs. Georgetown

PORTLAND – So who has the chip on their shoulder now? Certainly not Eastern Washington. Within seconds of being paired with Georgetown in the NCAA tournament, the Eagles became the …


EWU vs. Hoyas’ Smith: The bigger they are…

If basketball is about matchups, Eastern Washington will have a big problem – or a big opportunity – in its second-round NCAA men’s tournament game against Georgetown.