2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
8th in Big East
Jaren Jackson: A message to my NBA-bound son, Jaren Jr. (2:36)
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72d

Gamecocks add Hoyas grad transfer Campbell

The South Carolina Gamecocks have landed some needed help at point guard with the addition of graduate transfer Tre Campbell of the Georgetown Hoyas.

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94dJeff Goodman

Georgetown gets NC State transfer Yurtseven

Omer Yurtseven has decided to transfer to Georgetown after averaging 13.5 points and 6.7 rebounds per game for NC State last season.

133d

St. John's Ponds scores 26 in return from abdominal strain

Shamorie Ponds returned from an abdominal strain and scored 26 points and ninth-seeded St. John's took over in the second half to beat ninth-seeded Georgetown 88-77 in the first round of the Big East Tournament on Wednesday night.

Simon and Owens try and break MSG rims with alley-oops (0:50)
Mullin, Ewing bring rivalry back to Big East tournament (1:09)
Marshall 3 gives Xavier 14-point lead (0:22)

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Spoke with E.J Montgomery who currently sits at no.16 in the ESPN 100. He has visited Duke and North Carolina unofficially and plans to go back to both for official visits. Kentucky is up next for an official visit on February 24th. He and is family are deciding on a fourth visit between Georgetown and Wake Forest. At 6'10" Montgomery possesses a 7'2" wing span with a soft mid-range touch. He is playing with more assertiveness and that has translated to his rebounding numbers. The bottom line is he has made steady progress over his career with plenty of growth left in his game.

Georgetown commit throws down through-the-legs dunk (0:15)
179d

Derrickson's 27 carries Georgetown past St. John's in 2OT

Marcus Derrickson scored a career-high 27 points, 16 in the two overtime periods, Jagan Mosely made two free throws with 1.5 seconds left, and Georgetown escaped with a 93-89 victory on Saturday and a season sweep of St. John's.

182d

No. 1 Villanova leads by 44, beats Ewing, Georgetown 88-56

Top-ranked Villanova led by as many as 44 points -- 44! -- and gave Georgetown coach Patrick Ewing a rude welcome back to the schools' rivalry, handing the Hoyas their worst loss in more than 40 years, 88-56 on Wednesday night.

Team Stats

Points Per Game78.364th
Rebounds Per Game38.445th
Assists Per Game17.49th
Points Allowed76.5279th

Tournament History

Final Fours5
Tournament Record47-29
Championship Seasons1984
Tournament Appearances30