Yurtseven and Pickett say they are NBA-ready because of Coach Ewing The Pistons’ people are praising the performance and practice of Jamorko Pickett. Folks are taking note, including head coach of the Pistons, Dwane Casey, who has noted Pickett’s aptitude and attitude several times.
GUHoyas will update the roster when they’re ready, but why isn’t it now? With BIG EAST Media Day on Tuesday, the big question for the Georgetown Hoyas remains: “Who is on the team?” That’s right, the roster on GUHOYAS.com has not been updated yet.
The season quickly approaches, fans await news, roster update Today is October 8th, 2021 and the following Tweet—a very solid video on its own—is about the most insight that fans of the Georgetown Hoyas have seen since the 2021 recap on April 30th.
Hoya student-athletes have some new branding and marketing resources at their disposal. The Athletic Department for the Georgetown Hoyas has been hard at work for at least a year in preparation for the NCAA’s new rules allowing payment to student-athletes for names, images, and likenesses (NIL).
Bobby Bancroft is first joined by students at Thompson’s Towel then joined & Andrew for an update HOLY COW! The season for the Georgetown Hoyas must be approaching as there were two episodes of Kente Korner recorded this week!
With a lot of talent on the roster, how can Ewing get all these guys on the floor? Well, it’s October and we’re still waiting for an official roster update from the 2021 BIG EAST Tournament Champion Georgetown Hoyas, but Patrick Ewing does appear to have plenty of talent on this year’s iteration of the Hoyas’ roster.
The Hoya forward from D.C. had his stellar summer rewarded Jamorko Pickett, a fan-favorite of the Georgetown Hoyas—and one of Patrick Ewing’s first recruits—has been signed to a two-way contract with the Detroit Pistons.
The swimming and diving team kicks off their season with the Potomac Relays The Georgetown Swimming & Diving team kicks off their 2021-22 season with the Potomac Relays this afternoon, so its only right that Casual Hoya sponsored two H2OYAS for a #documentyourlunch blog promotion.
Ranked #3 in the nation, the 6’6” forward is down to Kentucky, TSU, and the Hoyas—with Memphis out! UPDATE: Chris Livingston is expected to choose from among Georgetown, Kentucky, Memphis, and Tennessee State on Wednesday night—a full month ahead of his intended October 15th date.
Ewing, Georgetown share tribute to their late coach emeritus For many fans of basketball and the Georgetown Hoyas, today marks the one-year anniversary of a very tough day when the world lost John Thompson Jr, former coach of the Hoyas.
Ranked #3 in the nation, the 6’6” forward is down to Kentucky, Memphis, TSU, and the Hoyas Fans of the Georgetown Hoyas are cautiously getting their hopes up with 6’6” 5-star forward Chris Livingston out of Akron, OH after he cut his list down to four schools.
The Georgetown team was dragged on the court and then dragged through the mud... How did time fly by so quickly? Ten years ago, the Georgetown Hoyas were involved in a truly unbelievable international incident when John Thompson III’s squad toured The People’s Republic.
Former Georgetown Hoyas forward scored 18 points and was 4-4 from three Jamorko Pickett got the start for the Detroit Pistons in NBA Summer League and showed the world some of what made him a fan-favorite for the Georgetown Hoyas.
The Georgetown alumnus and former board chairman was inducted this weekend in Canton, OH Former Georgetown Hoyas basketball player and Georgetown University alumnus Paul Tagliabue (C’62) has been enshrined Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Forward Trey Mourning will sign with the Rockets, according to Kelly Iko of the Athletic (Twitter link). Mourning is a former Georgetown Hoya like his father, Hall of Fame center Alonzo Mourning, a seven-time All Star who won a title with the Heat in 2006.