Monday Apr 14
Markel Starks to Play in 2014 Portsmouth Invitational
The postseason tour continues this weekend for Georgetown University senior men's basketball player Markel Starks , who was selected to play in the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament in Virginia this week.
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Thu Apr 10, 2014
Stephen Domingo to Transfer from Georgetown
Sophomore wing Stephen Domingo will transfer from Georgetown, according to multiple reports .
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Son of Zo: Trey Mourning to Pick Georgetown, Florida or Duke
Trey Mourning, the son of Georgetown legend and the recently elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame Alonzo Mourning, will play basketball at either Georgetown, Florida or Duke.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Georgetown's Moyes Ayegba to transfer
Georgetown's frontcourt was simply a mess this season. Joshua Smith, the celebrated transfer from UCLA, only played thirteen games before he was ruled academically ineligible, and Mikael Hopkins was inconsistent.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
The Washington Post
Turgeon coaches at Final Four
Friday's College All-Star Game at AT&T Stadium on the eve of the Final Four represented a reunion, pitting two participants in the 1986 NCAA tournament Final Four against one another.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
5 Issues Georgetown Hoyas Basketball Needs to Address Before the 2014-15 Season
Despite prevalent and consistent regular-season success, the Georgetown Hoyas have struggled in the postseason since making the Final Four in the 2007 NCAA tournament .
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Help Is On The Way: Georgetown's Class of 2014 Could Be Special
Georgetown's 2013-14 season is behind us, and though it ended on a sour note there is reason to be optimistic heading into next season and beyond.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
The Orlando Sentinel
FSU offense catches fire during 101-90 NIT victory against Georgetown
The offensive woes that plagued Florida State in the sloppy opening round of the NIT Championship seemed like a distant memory.
Sun Mar 23, 2014
Georgetown will present unique challenge for FSU, Hamilton
During the near-decade that their careers overlapped in the Big East Conference, Leonard Hamilton was well aware of the challenge his Miami teams would face when they went up against those of legendary Georgetown coach John Thompson II.
The Washington Post
Hoyas still gunning for a title
"We still have a lot to play for. As one of our coaches said, 'Obviously, we're not in the NCAA tournament, but we can still be a national champion,' " Georgetown's Markel Starks said.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
The Washington Post
Worst week: D.C. college hoops
Chris Cillizza grants the award to the Democrat, Republican, West Wing dweller, Capitol Hill insider, K Street dealer, business guru, sports hero, think tank scribblers or other inhabitant of Planet Beltway who experienced the absolute worst week.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
Charleston Daily Mail
WVU basketball: Team needs to make Staten-like leaps to improve
Seemingly every question about how much better West Virginia might be next season and how much farther they can go in a postseason - and in which tournament - revolves around Juwan Staten.
NIT Tournament 2014: Projecting Best Possible Championship Matchups
Too often the NIT gets dismissed as a secondary event where teams that weren't good enough to play in the "real tournament" go just to keep playing games.
Document Your NIT: Pictures from Georgetown's win over West Virginia at McDonough
Our mighty Georgetown Hoyas took down the fighting Huggy Bears or West Virginia on Tuesday night and I was there to document the experience in a raucous McDonough Memorial Gymnasium.
Wed Mar 19, 2014
NIT: Robert Morris upsets St. John's
Karvel Anderson scored a career-high 38 points and St. Anthony grad Lucky Jones added 25 to help Robert Morris beat St. John's, 89-79, in the first round of the NIT at New York on Tuesday night.