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Wednesday Update 4/16/14

The Big East Conference has finally secured office space for its headquarters, writes the New York Post, even as the Post incorrectly lists 11 schools as being members of the conference. A ten year lease was signed in Manhattan at 655 Third Ave at 42nd St, according to the report.

An article at discusses where the Big East ranks in terms of revenues among other major conferences in the 2013-14 academic year.

Adair Named Women's Basketball Coach Updated 4/16/14

Georgetown has announced the hiring of Natasha Adair as its new women's basketball coach.

"I'm very pleased to introduce Natasha as the new head coach for our women's basketball program," said athletic director Lee Reed in a news release. "She is a rising star in the coaching ranks and the success each of her schools have had is a testament to the hard work she has put in with her student-athletes. She will ensure that our young women develop both on and off the floor and we are very excited to welcome her and her family back home and to the Hilltop."

The Charleston Post and Courier first reported last week that Adair, an assistant under Patrick Knapp from 1998-2004, was a leading candidate for the job, which was vacated when Georgetown chose not to renew the contract of interim coach Jim Lewis. Adair, a 1994 graduate from South Florida, is 35-31 in two seasons at College of Charleston.

The Georgetown women's team finished 11-21 last season, was seeking its third head coach following the departure of Terri Williams-Flournoy to Auburn in April 2012. Adair is the third new head coach to Georgetown in recent months, following Rob Sgarlata (football) and Shannon Soares (field hockey).

The press conference is psted at

Report: Domingo Plans To Transfer 4/11/14

 Various reports Thursday cited a Twitter post announcing that sophomore forward Stephen Domingo will transfer at semester's end.

Jon Rothstein at CBS broke the story, posting that "Georgetown guard Stephen Domingo will transfer, sources told @CBS Sports. Two years of eligibility remaining. Terrific shooter."

In a column at's Hoya Report, Ron Bailey cited a source at Georgetown to confirm this, although Georgetown generally does not announce transfers until the end of an academic semester.

Domingo was one of the nation's top 30 juniors and a member of the USA under-17 team when he committed to Georgetown in the summer of 2012, then took the unusual step of skipping his senior season at San Francisco's St. Ignatius Prep to enroll at Georgetown in the fall. The transition to college basketball was a difficult one for Domingo, playing in 20 games as a freshman but scoring in only four, with a career high seven points against Longwood in December 2012.

Domingo's shooting fell off even further as a sophomore, scoring five points in the first three games of the season and then just four points thereafter. He appeared in 19 games this past season, but was the only player not brought off the bench when the Hoyas finished out the last minute of its NIT loss to Florida State. Even after two years of college ball, Domingo is just 18 years of age.

In 2012, Georgetown coach John Thompson III was quoted as saying that "He's a big time shooter. He can replace some of what we lost with Hollis Thompson because he can make shots from deep." Unfortunately for Georgetown, Domingo's shooting never stepped up. His two year shooting average of 11 for 40 (27.5%) ranks among the bottom ten by percentage for all scholarship players at Georgetown since 1955, while his three point mark of 3 for 27 (11.1%) is the third lowest among all players since 1987 with at least one made three pointer for their career. If another school is selected, Domingo must regain the confidence on the floor that made him a promising recruit just two summers ago.

Domingo's career statistics at Georgetown:























12-13 20 0 112 8 26 30.8 2 18 11.1 2 7 28.6 1 7 0.4 6 9 1 3 20 1.0
13-14 19 0 85 3 14 21.4 1 9 11.1 2 3 66.7 3 10 0.4 12 2 2 1 9 0.5


39 0 197 11 40 27.5 3 27 11.1 4 10 40.0 4 17 0.4 18 11 3 4 29 0.7


2014 Hoop Club Banquet

Details for the 2014 Men's Basketball Banquet has been announced.

Formerly known as the Hoya Hoop Club Awards Banquet, this year's event will be held Wednesday, April 23 at the Leavey Center at a cost of $100 per person, with reduced rates for children and young alumni.

Online registration may be found at this link.

News Archive  

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