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1-26-15: The Georgetown Hoyas had an up and down week last week as the team started off with an overtime loss to Providence before avenging that loss against the DePaul Blue Demons. With the victory Georgetown improved their overall record to 11-5 on the young Men’s College Basketball season and also improved their Big East conference record to 3-2. Georgetown started their week off by staying at home inside the Verizon Center to play host to the pesky Butler Bulldogs. During the contest Butler actually took a lead over the Hoyas 31-27 in the first half before Georgetown mounted a second half comeback attempt. Georgetown’s second half attack was led by D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera who finished with 14 points while Joshua Smith and Jabril Trawick each added 10 points in a narrow 61-59 victory over Butler. The Bulldogs attack was led 28 points from Roosevelt Jones but it was not enough in the tough loss to the Hoyas. Georgetown finished their week off by staying home inside the Verizon Center to play host to the #5 ranked team in Men’s College Basketball in the Villanova Wildcats. During the contest Georgetown exploded in the first half posting 42 points while holding the #4 ranked team in the nation to just 20 points. The Wildcats had to feel like a second half comeback attempt was in them but the Hoyas only lost two points off their lead in an eventual upset victory over Villanova 78-58. During the game Villanova’s attack was led by 16 points from Ryan Arcidiacono but it was not nearly enough in the blowout loss to the Hoyas. Meanwhile in the victory Georgetown’s scoring attack was led by 17 points each from D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera and Isaac Copeland who each had a big hand in the upset. Georgetown finished their week off by posting an overall record of 13-5 (5-2 Big East). Catch the Hoyas next week as the team travels to Marquette to take on the Marquette Golden Eagles inside BMO Harris Bradley Center before finishing their week off at home inside the Verizon Center playing host to the Xavier Musketeers.

1-22-15: The Georgetown Hoyas headed into the week fresh off the start to their Big East Conference schedule over the last week and a half. Georgetown started their conference schedule by losing to Xavier before beating Creighton and Marquette last week pushing their overall record to 10-4 and their Big East record to 2-1. Georgetown started their week off by traveling to Providence’s Dunkin Donuts Center to take on the Providence Friars in a road contest. During the contest Providence jumped out to an early lead only to give the lead right back to Georgetown. The Hoyas attack was led by 15 points each from Joshua Smith and D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera as Georgetown forced an overtime period with Providence. The Friars were led by 19 points from LaDontae Henton as Providence went on to take over the overtime and ultimately win the contest 60-57. Georgetown hoped for better results in their final game of the week when the team traveled to DePaul’s Allstate Arena to take on the DePaul Blue Demons. During the contest Georgetown avenged their loss to Providence with a strong offensive performance against the Blue Demons. The Hoyas offensive attack was led by 25 points from D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera while Jabril Trawick added 11 points in the 78-72 victory for Georgetown. The Hoyas were able to hold off 17 points from Myke Henry and the rest of the Blue Demons in the victory over DePaul. Georgetown finished their week off by posting an overall record of 11-5 (3-2 Big East). Catch the Hoyas next week as the team stays home all week inside the Verizon Center to play host to the Butler Bulldogs and the #8 ranked Villanova Wildcats.

1-12-15: The Georgetown Hoyas came into the week reeling off a loss to the Xavier Musketeers that dropped their overall record to 8-4 on the young season. That record mixed with a weak strength of schedule left the Hoyas unranked in Men’s College Basketball heading into the week as Big East play was set to begin for Georgetown. Georgetown started their week off by staying home inside the Verizon Center to play host to the Creighton Bluejays. During the contest Creighton played Georgetown close in the first half as the game went into halftime with the Hoyas leading by just two points at 33-31. The Hoyas and Joshua Smith’s 16 point night took over in the second half as Georgetown went on to ultimately beat Creighton by the final score of 76-61. Creighton’s attack was led by 11 points each from Devin Brooks and Zach Hanson but the Bluejays could not overcome the strong second half in the loss to the Hoyas. For the final game of the week for Georgetown the Hoyas stayed home once again inside the Verizon Center to play host to the Marquette Golden Eagles. During the contest Georgetown showcased four different players that scored in double figures led by 15 points from D’Vauntes Smith Rivera in a 65-59 victory over Marquette. The Golden Eagles played Georgetown close for much of the contest behind 16 points from Matt Carlino but it was not enough in the loss to the Hoyas. Georgetown finished their week off by posting an overall record of 10-4 (2-1 Big East). Catch the Hoyas next week as the team travels to the Dunkin Donuts Center to take on the Providence Friars before finishing their week on the road in DePaul’s Allstate Arena taking on the DePaul Blue Demons.

1-2-15: The Georgetown Hoyas came into the week boasting a 7-3 record on the young Men’s College Basketball season which leaves the team on the outside looking in on the Top 25 rankings. Two losses for Georgetown came at the hands of ranked opponents in the then #2 Wisconsin Badgers and the #10 ranked Kansas Jayhawks while the other was an upset loss at the hands of Butler. Georgetown started their week off by traveling to the historic Madison Square Garden to take on the Indiana Hoosiers while acting as the road team. During the contest Indiana took a quick lead over Georgetown before allowing the Hoyas to mound a second half comeback that forced an overtime period. Georgetown made up a 10 point deficit in the second half behind an offensive outburst from D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera who had 29 points in the contest. The Hoyas defense forced 17 turnovers in the contest as well as stealing the ball 13 times in a 91-87 victory over Indiana. The Hoosiers were led by 27 points from Yogi Ferrell and two others who eclipsed the 20 point mark but it was not enough as the Hoyas went on to win their 8th victory of the season. To finish off their week the Hoyas traveled to Xavier to take on the Xavier Musketeers in a road contest. During the game Georgetown never really put up a fight against Xavier as the Musketeers took a six point lead at halftime over the #25 ranked Hoyas. Georgetown did not put up much of a fight at all in the second half either as Xavier pushed their lead to 17 before going on to win the game by the score of 70-53. Georgetown finished their week off by posting an overall record of 8-4 which will likely leave the team unranked again when the new standings come out next week. Catch the Hoyas next week as the team stays home inside the Verizon Center all week to play host to the Creighton Bluejays and the Marquette Golden Eagles to finish their week.

12-26-14: The Georgetown Hoyas had one game to play this week before the school and their basketball program took a long and extended break for the Christmas holiday and that game came at home inside the Verizon Center against the Charlotte 49ers. Despite obvious differences in their records the 49ers actually played the Hoyas tough in this contest despite a seven point lead for Georgetown at the half. Charlotte used Keyshawn Woods’s 16 point outburst to actually outscore the Hoyas in the second half but it was not enough to stop L.J. Peak and Georgetown. The Hoyas survived Charlotte in the contest using their big first half lead to win the game by the final score of 81-78. Georgetown is still not a ranked school despite their modest two game winning streak but the team does currently sport a 7-3 record on the season with Big East play ready to get underway. Georgetown has had its troubles with ranked teams this season long to #2 Wisconsin and #10 Kansas this season. The Hoyas have defeated one ranked team on the season with an overtime victory over then #18 Florida and have a pair of games left with ranked teams Villanova and St. John’s remaining this season. Catch the Hoyas next week as the team stays home to host the Indiana Hoosiers before packing their bags and traveling to Xavier to take on the Xavier Musketeers inside the Cintas Center.

Georgetown Hoyas History

When you think of East coast hoops, it's easy to think of the Georgetown Hoyas. The Hoyas have historically been considered one of the better basketball programs not only in terms of college success but churning out NBA-level talent. As a member of the Big East, even through all the realignment, Georgetown has maintained a high level of basketball success. The majority of that success began under head coach John Thompson, the first African-American head coach to win the NCAA national championship. Thompson coached the Hoyas from 1972 to 1999, amassing a 596-239 record. Thompson went to 24 straight postseason tournaments (20 in the NCAA and four in the NIT), went to three Final Fours (1982, 1984 and 1985), won the 1984 National Championship and almost repeated the following year while losing to underdog (and rival) Villanova.

After resigning in 1999, Georgetown had a few down years before hiring Thompson's son, John Thompson III. Under Thompson III, Georgetown led the Hoyas back to the Final Four in 2007 and has made the NCAA tournament in seven of his 10 seasons. Georgetown has produced many NBA greats including Patrick Ewing, Alonzo Mouring, Dikembe Mutombo and Allen Iverson. The Hoyas have a loyal fanbase that packs the Verizon Center in Washington D.C. on a consistent basis, often selling the venue out as Georgetown basketball tickets continually remain in high demand.

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  • Georgetown Basketball Ticket Price History

    Average Home Price Since 2010

    Year Avg Price
    2010-11: $63.97
    2011-12: $46
    2012-13: $48
    2013-14: $48
    2014-15: $61.93

    Five Most Expensive Home Games of 2014-15:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    12/10/2014 vs. Kansas Jayhawks: $113.61
    2/17/2015 vs. St. Johns Red Storm: $75.28
    3/07/2015 vs. Seton Hall Pirates: $72.43
    1/17/2015 vs. Butler Bulldogs: $67.05
    1/19/2015 vs. Villanova Wildcats: $66.96

    Five Most Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    2/26/2011 vs. Syracuse Orange: $389.09
    3/09/2013 vs. Syracuse Orange: $175.28
    12/10/2014 vs. Kansas Jayhawks: $113.61
    1/008/2011 vs. West Virginia Mountaineers: $112.11
    2/25/2012 vs. Villanova Wildcats: $101.53

    Five Least Expensive Homes Games of 2014-15:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    11/22/2014 vs. Robert Morris Colonials: $28
    12/07/2014 vs. Towson Tigers: $29
    11/18/2014 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islanders: $31
    11/15/2014 vs. St. Francis Terriers: $34
    12/13/2014 vs. Radford Highlanders: $35

    Five Least Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    12/17/2013 vs. Elon Phoenix: $26
    12/12/2010 vs. Appalachian State Mountaineers: $27
    11/22/2014 vs. Robert Morris Colonials: $28
    11/20/2013 vs. Lipscomb Bisons: $28
    12/05/2013 vs. High Point Panthers: $28

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