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Wildcats Rally Past Georgetown for Victory, Defeat Hoyas 8-6

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Led by the standout performances of freshman John Kluh (Lothian, Md.) and junior John LoCascio (Farifield, N.J.), the Villanova Wildcats (3-6, 2-0) posted an 8-6 victory over Georgetown (4-6, 1-1) at Multi-Sport Field in Washington, D.C. With the win, Villanova remains undefeated in BIG EAST action while Georgetown falls to 1-1 in the conference. In a game where the Wildcats were held scoreless for 26:01 to bridge the first and third quarters and were trailing the Hoyas going into the final stanza, Villanova tied the game with 13:34 remaining at 6-6 and netted the game-winning goal with 8:50 remaining to solidify the contest. Read More…

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Legendary Georgetown Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach Dave Urick Steps Down

Maryland Terps v Georgetown Hoyas

WASHINGTON – Georgetown University long-time men’s lacrosse head coach Dave Urick announced today that he will step down after 23 years at the helm of the Hoya program. Urick will remain on the Hilltop to serve as Special Assistant to the Athletics Director. Read More…

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Game Photos: Terps Hand Hoyas 16-11 Defeat

Maryland Terps v Georgetown Hoyas

Senior Joe Cummings set a career-high with six points to lead the No. 7 Maryland men’s lacrosse team to a 16-11 win over Georgetown Friday night at the Multi-Sport Facility. With the 16-11 win, Maryland is now 10-2 all-time vs. Georgetown. Maryland wore Black unis, helmets and STX K18 gloves. G’Town was in White with Matte Blue TII helmets. Read More…

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Hoyas Announce CT Fisher, Neil McGroarty and Gerry Reilly as 2012 Team Captains

ct fisher

WASHINGTON – Head Coach Dave Urick and the Georgetown University men’s lacrosse team has announced goalie CT Fisher (Chevy Chase, Md./Landon), midfielder Neil McGroarty (Richmond, Va./St. Christopher’s) and midfielder Gerry Reilly (Cincinnati, Ohio/Saint Xavier) as team captains for the 2012 season. Read More…

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Georgetown Hoya Gloves Are In

Georgetown rings in the new season with new gloves (Vengeance, Shakedowns, Thrillers) that might give the Maryland gloves a run for their money.

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