- The Washington Times - Friday, March 9, 2007

Yesterday at Madison Square Garden in New York:


Georgetown was given the Knicks’ locker room and junior Patrick Ewing Jr. occupied the same locker his father used for more than a decade as the Big Apple’s biggest star. Some of the family magic must have rubbed off, because Ewing logged some solid minutes for the Hoyas yesterday, particularly on the defensive end, contributing four rebounds, three assists, two blocks and two steals in the Georgetown victory.


26-2Georgetown run to open the game. The Hoyas made 11 of their first 14 shots and completely stifled the Wildcats on defense, marching to the shocking 24-point edge after a layup from junior Jeff Green with 9:28 remaining in the first half.

10-0 Georgetown’s all-time record as the No. 1-seed in the Big East tournament. The Hoyas won the event as the favorite in 1984, 1987 and 1989 and notched another victory yesterday, running the school’s career record in the event to a Big East-best 42-21.

Barker Davis

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