Hoyas Crush St. Joes 4-1 in important league game
Hoyas Crush St. Joes 4-1 in important league game

On Sunday, October 24, 2021, the Hoyas travelled to The Skatium in Havertown, PA to face-off against the Hawks of St. Joseph’s University. It was an important league game for the Hoyas and they made the most of it. In the first period, the game was a close battle with Georgetown controlling the pace of play and time of possession. The Hoyas, however, could not find the back of the net, with many missed opportunities and shots wide of the goal. St. Joe’s had some (click to continue)...

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Hoyas Beat UNC Charlotte 7-0
Hoyas Beat UNC Charlotte 7-0

Coming off an exciting win against their rivals, George Washington University, at the Capital One Arena, the Georgetown Hoyas could not wait to face-off against UNCC in their first league game of the season. In the first period, however, the Hoyas started out slowly. A series of missed opportunities and bad passes kept the score knotted at zero for the first 15 minutes of the game. Despite the lack of goals, Georgetown was dominating the pace of play and it was only a matter of time before ...

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Hoya Hockey gives back
Hoya Hockey gives back

Hoya Hockey attended Fall Fest teaching kids the game of hockey on Healy Lawn!

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Hoyas Crush St. Joes 4-1 in important league game
Hoyas Crush St. Joes 4-1 in important league game

On Sunday, October 24, 2021, the Hoyas travelled to The Skatium in Havertown, PA to face-off against the Hawks of St. Joseph’s University. It was an important league game for the Hoyas and they made the most of it. In the first period, the game was a close battle with Georgetown controlling the pace of play and time of possession. The Hoyas, however, could not find the back of the net, with many missed opportunities and shots wide of the goal. St. Joe’s had some (click to continue)...

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