Memphis vs Gtown Confirmed

18 06 2007

Georgetown seems to be getting alot of respect back since the Final Four run of last season. Memphis has just added Georgetown to play at the FedEx Forum in Memphis,TN. What a place to play basketball. I know i will be there for the action.

The Tigers will postpone a game with Mississippi one season so the series can begin this year. Memphis won’t play the Rebels again until 2008-09 in Memphis and 2009-10 in Oxford.

“This Georgetown game adds to what was already a great home schedule,” Calipari said in a statement. “I, too, want to thank Mississippi head coach Andy Kennedy for working with us, and I appreciate his help.”

Georgetown lost to Ohio State in the Final Four and finished 30-7 last season. Memphis went 33-4, losing in the regional semifinals for a second straight season.

Memphis will visit Georgetown in the 2008-09 season with the series taking a break in 2009-10 before the Hoyas visit Memphis in 2010-11 with the Tigers going back to Georgetown the next season.

“This Georgetown game is a big event, and I’m sure it will be on national television, which allows us to showcase our university, city and basketball program,” Memphis athletic director R.C. Johnson said.


Coach Thompson wins NABC Coach of the Year Award !!!

30 04 2007

The National Association of Basketball Coaches has named Coach John Thompson III 2007 National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame Coach of the Year. Thompson, in his third year at Georgetown, followed a sweet 16 appearance in 2006 with a BIG EAST regular season Championship, a BIG EAST Tournament Championship and an NCAA East Regional Championship. The return to the Final Four was Georgetown’s 1st since 1985 when Hall of Fame Coach John Thompson Jr. mentored the Hoyas. Georgetown compiled a 30-7 record for the 2007 season and was 19-2 in their last 21 games.

Thompson Highlights
• Named the 2007 National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame Coach of the Year

• Named the 2006 winner of the Fritz Pollard Award as the Black Coaches Association’s Male Coach of the Year

• Finalist for the Naismith Coach of the Year Award all three years at Georgetown

• Defeated 9 top 25 teams over his tenure at Georgetown

• Amassed a record of 70-27 at GU

• Has a record of 138-71 in his seven years as a head coach

• Has won four league championships and reached the postseason six times in his first seven years as a head coach

• Coached four All-Americans, four league Players of the Year, and three league Rookies of the Year

• Led Princeton to the 2001 Ivy League title and the NCAA tournament in his first season as a head coach

• In five seasons as an assistant coach at Princeton, won three Ivy League championships and made five consecutive postseason appearances

• Helped coach Princeton to a Top 10 national ranking in 1997-98 and Top 25 rankings in back-to-back years

•As a player, ranks third on Princeton’s all-time assist list with 358

• While a captain at Princeton earned the B.F. Bunn MVP Award Trophy for his contribution to Princeton basketball

Jordan Classic Photos 2007

24 04 2007

Chris Wright and Austin Freeman are going to make Gtown a tough ticket to get next season. Don’t say i didn’t warn you….

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Photos courtesy of Wiafe Mensah-Bonsu brother of Pops Mensah-Bonsu( Dallas Mavericks)

Jordan XX2 (Atlanta Final Four Edition)

4 04 2007

Check out these rare Final Four Edition Jordan XX2’s for Georgetown that where never worn or given to the team….

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MSNBC favors Hoyas to win it all in 08

3 04 2007

If only the season started after the NBA Finals……


Hoyas finish season as 4th in the nation.

3 04 2007

What a weekend it was in Atlanta for the Hoyas. With high hopes for a championship, they couldn’t hang on to enjoy the weather. But with great play comes rewards. The Hoyas finished the season ranked 4th in the nation.


Final Four Gallery

3 04 2007

Peep the Pics…..

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