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Some sports scores from the weekend:
Members of the NBA's Indiana Pacers couldn't wait to take to social media Saturday following the wedding of Roy Hibbert (C'08) and Valerie Cooke (B'09). The two met while at Georgetown.
"Congrats Roy and Val on a beautiful wedding!!", wrote Paul George. "I wish you 2 nothing but happiness in the years to come.. Happy I was able to unite with my brothers on a special evening as well as my main man."
Also in the news: race car driver Brendan Gaughan (B'97), who won the Nationwide 300 Saturday.
Following the race, Gaughan revealed his good luck charm--he was wearing a Georgetown basketball jersey under his racing gear.
Posted at GUHoyas.com: the jersey numbers for 2014-15, with a number of changes.
Senior Tyler Adams, who remains medically unable to play, moves to number 00, with Daryl (LJ) Peak taking over Adams' 0 jersey number. Tre Campbell (#1), Isaac Copeland (#11), Paul White (#13), and Alonzo (Trey) Mourning (#33) are also listed. Sophomore Reggie Cameron has moved from #1 to #5 this season.
A review of jersey numbers over the years can be found at the Basketball History section.
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