Georgetown Men’s Basketball
Georgetown freshman Isaac Copeland was named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week for the third time this season. His three honors have come over the last five weeks of the season. Copeland has been named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week more than any other freshman in the conference.
Copeland helped the Hoyas in their two wins last week, beating St. John’s, 79-57 and DePaul 68-63. Georgetown plays next Saturday, Feb. 28 against St. John’s at Madison Square Garden.
— Georgetown Hoyas (@georgetownhoyas) February 23, 2015
Georgetown Women’s Basketball
Georgetown University women’s basketball freshman guard Dorothy Adomako was named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll. She averaged 17.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists in games against Seton Hall and St. John’s last week. The Hoyas sit at 4-24 overall and 2-14 in the BIG EAST. This Friday the Hoyas will support the Kay Yow Cancer Fund during the annual pink jersey game.
George Washington Men’s Basketball
George Washington men’s hoops lost 56-48 at Richmond on Saturday. The Colonials now fall to 17-10 overall and 7-7 in the Atlantic 10. Juniors Kethan Savage and Kevin Larsen combined for 34 points in the loss. This is their fourth straight loss as they now fall to eighth place in the Atlantic 10 standings, a half-game ahead of St. Bonaventure. Their next game will be against the 13-11 Bonnies at home this week.
— George Washington (@GWGeorge) February 23, 2015
George Washington Women’s Basketball
The Colonials women’s team is now ranked #22 in the AP Poll after a 83-65 win against Fordham. Jonquel Jones, Caira Washington and Kelli Prange combined for 52 points in the victory. Now 24-3 overall and 13-1 in the Atlantic 10, GW can clinch at least a share of the A-10 regular-season title and the No. 1 seed in the upcoming Atlantic 10 Championship with a win over Richmond on Thursday night.
Catholic Men’s Lacrosse
The Catholic University of America men’s lacrosse team defeated Randolph-Macon 10-6 on Sunday. Now 3-0, the Cardinals play Hampden-Sydney this week.
During the Randolph-Macon game, Victor Licata had 3 goals and goalkeeper Harrison Holak saved 13 shots. Chris Wellock’s two assists helped along the way.
Catholic Men’s Basketball
The Cardinals are now ranked No. 14 in the D3Hoops.com poll right behind Johns Hopkins University. They are 24-4 on the season and 15-1 in the Landmark Conference. Freshman Jay Howard has been making quite an impact for the team, as he has averaged 16.8 per game this season.
— CUA Cardinals (@cuacardinals) February 20, 2015
American Women’s Lacrosse
Goalkeeper Rose Redfoot has been named the Corvias Patriot League Women’s Lacrosse Rookie of the Week. During a couple of close losses, Redfoot had 10 saves in each game to keep the games closer than they should have been. She is currently tied for the Patriot League lead with 26 total saves this season. The Eagles are now 1-2 before a game at UMBC this week.
Trinity Washington Women’s Basketball
Sophomore Blessing Hayes was named The Great South Athletic Conference’s Player of the Week. Hayes averaged 14.3 points, 12.3 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 2.6 steals as the Tigers went 2-1 last week. Overall the team is now 10-6.
Trinity loses their last home game 54-59. Great hustle Tigers!! pic.twitter.com/piiNFd377F
— Trinity Athletics (@TrinityDCTigers) February 20, 2015