Jeremy Alexander’s paternal great-great-great grandmother was one of the 272 slaves sold by two Jesuit priests at Georgetown in 1838.
(Paul Mirengoff) After 13 seasons as the coach of Georgetown’s basketball team, John Thompson III is out. Firing JT3 was a big call, considering his father’s stature at the school. John Thompson, Jr. took a middling, at best, basketball program — one that in a good year might get an NIT invite — to the pinnacle of the sport. Show More Summary
Patrick Ewing has been preparing and waiting – and waiting – for his first big break for 15 years now.
The college basketball coaching carousel is in full swing, and it’s getting increasingly crazy by the day. Forget all the Steve (...)
The sellers originally listed the home on the private market for $10 million back in June.
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Georgetown has moved on from John Thompson III as they look for a new head coach. Here are some names to keep an eye on.
Former Hoyas, Knicks great played for John Thompson Jr., whose son was fired at Georgetown
Patrick Ewing will reportedly be considered to coach his alma mater.
The neighborhood’s boosters say they hope to start a new chapter for the waterway.
John Thompson III was fired as Georgetown's basketball coach Thursday after two consecutive losing seasons at the school his father led to a national championship. Thompson said in a statement released by agent David Falk that he was “honored” to have been the Hoyas' coach and proud of what his...
Georgetown Bites, A Prince and Michael Jackson Dance Party, Fringe Festival, And More Events For March 23-26 by Stranger Things To Do Staff Just because you haven't planned your weekend far in advance doesn't mean you can't still go out and have a good time. Show More Summary
What a day for the coaching carousel.First Georgetown axed John Thompson III after 13 years, and then Winthrop’s Pat Kelsey stranded UMass at the altar. Kelsey cancelled his introductory press conference at the last minute because of a “change of heart,” according to ESPN’s Jeff Goodman. Show More Summary
After two consecutive losing seasons, public calls for his dismissal, and multiple player transfers and early departures, Georgetown has fired John Thompson III after 13 seasons. Read more...
As the NCAA Tournament gets ready to tip off part Sweet 16 games, Georgetown is sitting at home and on the lookout for a new head coach. George Thompson III has been fired by Georgetown. Jeff Goodman of ESPN was the first to report the news, via Twitter. Show More Summary
The Open Philanthropy Project has awarded a $3.5 million grant to the Center for Global Health Science and Security at Georgetown University Medical Center to support research focused on improving U.S. and international biosecurity and pandemic preparedness policy.
USA TODAY Sports' Nicole Auerbach explains why Georgetown decided to fire coach John Thompson III after 13 seasons.
Thompson was 278-151 in 13 seasons at Georgetown, including eight trips to the N.C.A.A. tournament, but ended with two losing seasons.
At a school where his father ruled, John Thompson III fired as Georgetown coach after 14-18 year
A look at who could replace John Thompson III at Georgetown.