Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Georgetown’s Patrick Ewing not happy with the young Hoyas

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Georgetown Hoyas were defeated by the Marquette Golden Eagles on Friday night. The Hoyas were defeated 92-64 at Capitol One Arena in Washington, D.C.

While the loss was one story, the main story comes after the game. Head coach Patrick Ewing is not happy with his players following the loss.

Georgetown Hoyas forward Collin Holloway attempts to make a layup against the Syracuse Orange
Collin Holloway attempts to make a layup against the Syracuse Orange (Photo by Georgetown Hoyas Athletic Department)

The loss dropped the Hoyas to 6-6 on the season. Georgetown was playing its first game since December 18th.

Their previous four games were postponed.

The Hoyas scored 37 points in the first half. The team then struggled in the second half, as they scored just 27 points.

The team shot 29.9% from the field.

“We did not compete,” Ewing said after the game. “Every effort thing that we needed to do, we didn’t do it.”

Ewing — a former legend on the team before returning to be their head coach five years ago — said that the players are not living up to the Georgetown standard that he helped create years prior. Former head coach John Thompson created the standard that Ewing was referencing.

“As a player who helped build this program, I am disappointed in my team’s performance,” Ewing said. “This is not what Georgetown basketball is about. Big John is rolling over in his grace for the performance we showed tonight.”

Ewing said that the players are on notice.

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Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso IIIhttps://thecapitalsportsreport.com
Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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