Otto Porter

Georgetown v DePaul

No. 9 Georgetown Falls at Pittsburgh

Georgetown lost at Pittsburgh 72-60 snapping a three game Big East winning streak. Otto Porter led the Hoyas with 14 points off the bench.

106.7 The Fan–01/29/2012


Porter Saves No. 10 Hoyas Against Rutgers

No. 10 Georgetown (16-3, 6-2) survived a nightmare shooting performance to come from behind to defeat Rutgers 52-50 behind Otto Porter’s late heroics.

106.7 The Fan–01/23/2012

Jason Clark Providence

No. 10 Georgetown Downs DePaul 83-75

Jason Clark picked up the slack for No. 10 Georgetown on Tuesday night by errupting for a career-high 31 points in the Hoyas 83-75 win at DePaul.

106.7 The Fan–01/18/2012

Credit:  Chris Trotman/Getty Images

Thompson Sparks No. 11 Georgetown Over St. John’s 69-49

Hollis Thompson scored all of his team-high 20 points in the second half as No. 11 Georgetown rolled over St. John’s 69-49 to end a two-game slide in the Big East.

106.7 The Fan–01/15/2012


Turnovers Cost No.11 Georgetown

Georgetown lost their first home game of the season 68-64 to Cincinnati on Monday night after 17 turnovers.

106.7 The Fan–01/10/2012

Marquette v Georgetown

Second Half Rally Lifts No. 9 Hoyas

Georgetown won their eleventh game in a row by defeating conference rivals Marquette 73-70 on Wednesday night at the Verizon Center. Jason Clark led all scorers with 26 points.



No. 12 Georgetown Extends Streak to 10

No. 12 Georgetown defeated Providence 49-40 despite a sluggish offensive performance. Freshman Otto Porter (6 points, 12 rebounds) made the big plays down the stretch for the Hoyas.

106.7 The Fan–01/02/2012

Big East Basketball Tournament - Georgetown v Marquette

No. 18 Georgetown Holds Off Howard

No. 18 Georgetown (8-1) extended their winning streak to six games by holding off Howard 62-48 on Saturday afternoon at the Verizon Center. Freshman Otto Porter lead the Hoyas with 13 points.

106.7 The Fan–12/12/2011

Big East Basketball Tournament - Second Round

Jason Clark Sets Career High in Hoyas Win

Georgetown senior captain Jason Clark had a career-high 28 points in an 88 – 61 Hoyas victory over Chaminade on Tuesday at the Maui Invitational.

106.7 The Fan–11/23/2011

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Hoyas Begin A New Chapter With Five Freshmen

Gone from the backcourt are Austin Freeman and Chris Wright, and the Hoyas begin a new chapter with five freshmen

106.7 The Fan–11/11/2011