Archive: Georgetown

Year in Review: Georgetown

GEORGETOWN 9-4, missed NCAA tournament MVP: Brendan Cannon. Led the team in scoring for third consecutive year; this year he had 23 goals and 21 assists. Missed the disastrous Penn State season finale with an ankle injury. What They'll Miss Most: The Jerry Lambe vs Matt Danowski matchup. Former high...

By Christian Swezey | June 4, 2008; 10:51 AM ET | Comments (3)

What Happened to Georgetown?

I remember a scene in the excellent BBC show Blackadder where someone asks Rowan Atkinson's character why he talks to himself. "Because it's the only way to get intelligent conversation around here," was his answer. Anyway, there are so many questions about Georgetown missing the NCAA tournament that I thought...

By Christian Swezey | May 5, 2008; 03:28 PM ET | Comments (6)

Update on Cannon

Georgetown senior A Brendan Cannon, the team's leading scorer, will know his status for Saturday's game against Penn State later this week after he left a 13-7 victory over Rutgers with a sprained ankle. The good news for Georgetown is that there was no structural damage to Cannon's ankle, according...

By Christian Swezey | April 28, 2008; 03:29 PM ET | Comments (3)

Bad News for Georgetown

Senior attackman Brendan Cannon, the leading scorer for Georgetown, left the game against Rutgers today in the second quarter with a sprained ankle. Cannon watched the remainder of the game on the sideline, and on crutches. His status for the regular season finale against Penn State is uncertain, though Georgetown...

By Christian Swezey | April 26, 2008; 02:32 PM ET | Comments (1)

Season Thus Far: Georgetown

Georgetown (7-2) Highlights * 11-7 win over then-No. 1 Duke on March 22 marked first win in program history over the top-ranked team. *18-10 win over then-No. 10 Delaware on March 12 marked the most goals the Hoyas had scored against a top 10 team since an 18-5 win over...

By Christian Swezey | April 7, 2008; 01:30 PM ET | Comments (0)

Today's Games

Mount St Mary's at Georgetown Multi-Sport Field, 3:45 p.m. Tickets: $8 adults, $5 youths 14-under (Georgetown students are admitted for free). Parking: Less than $5, assuming the lot isn't full. Records: Mountaineers 1-5, Hoyas 5-2. Two-Minute Primer on Mount St Mary's: Its losses are to No. 3 Maryland, No. 4...

By Christian Swezey | April 1, 2008; 10:30 AM ET | Comments (0)

TFBO2F's Georgetown-Navy Scouting Report

Dick Long was a member of the Navy team that won the national title in 1967. As coach at DeMatha, he retired in 2005 having won seven consecutive Washington Catholic Athletic Conference titles. He was inducted into the Potomac Chapter of US Lacrosse's Hall of Fame last month. Several DeMatha...

By Christian Swezey | March 27, 2008; 03:06 PM ET | Comments (6)

Georgetown's First Win Over No. 1

According to TFBO2F's research staff, today's 11-7 victory over Duke marks the first time Georgetown has beaten the top-ranked team. The previous highest-ranked team that the Hoyas (4-2) had beaten came in a 14-9 victory over the-No. 2 Syracuse on March 5, 1997. TFBO2F was at that game, as a...

By Christian Swezey | March 22, 2008; 02:42 PM ET | Comments (0)

Georgetown-Duke preview

Top-ranked Duke faces Georgetown on Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Multi-Sport Field. And the unusual start time--the early start is because the Georgetown women face Rutgers at 2 p.m., and the Multi-Sport Field does not have permanent lights--means area fans have an unusual chance to see two top-notch games....

By Christian Swezey | March 21, 2008; 03:28 PM ET | Comments (0)

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