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Georgetown hopes to get back on track with win over Marquette - Feb 12, 2017


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Protect the home court seemed to be the message as the Georgetown Hoyas won Saturday's afternoon conference game over the Marquette Golden Eagles, 80-62. The Hoyas were lead by Jessie Govan, LJ Peak and Rodney Pryor. Govan finished with 23 points and 8 rebounds, Pryor totaled 20 points and 10 rebounds and Peak finished with 20 points and 5 rebounds. The game was a must win for Georgetown for any chance of making the NCAA tournament. Every game moving on for the Hoyas will hold the same type of significance. The Golden Eagles were led by Jajuan Johnson with 14 points.

The Hoyas came in the game having lost two straight games, including a crushing 75-64 against the conference leading Villanova Wildcats. Georgetown grabbed the lead at 7-4 and never looked back giving Marquette their worst lost of the season.

After hitting 8 three point shots in every conference game coming into Saturday's game, the Golden Eagles were held to 3 of 14 shooting from long distance in Saturday's loss. Marquette's bench accounted for half of the team's output scoring 31 points.

Georgetown took a step in the right direction if they hope to make the NCAA tournament moving to 5-8 in conference and 14-12 overall on the season. Marquette lost their fourth game in five contests after upsetting the top ranked Villanova Wildcats. Marquette falls to 6-7 in conference and 15-10 overall for the season.

The Golden Eagles have a week to right the ship as they welcome the Xavier Musketeers in town next Saturday evening February 18th for an 8pm conference tilt. The Hoyas are slated to take on Creighton this afternoon at 3:30 pm.

written by Courtney Flumo
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