Without an invitation for an upcoming in-season tournament, the 2024-25 Georgetown Hoyas will host another multi-team event (MTE) at Capital One Arena, per reports.

Last season's unnamed event featured wins over Mount St. Mary's (13-19, 2023-24 NET 242) and American (16-16, NET 287) at the downtown arena. Mount St. Mary's returns in 2024-25, according to columnist Rocco Miller, with St. Francis (8-22, NET 354) replacing American.

This would be the Hoyas' first meeting with the Red Flash since December 18, 1995, an 88-55 Georgetown win at USAir Arena. Georgetown leads the series 9-4.

 
 

Men's basketball didn't have a good year in 2023-24, but there were some great stories across the 30 sports of Georgetown Athletics:

Men's Sports
  • Baseball (36-21): Set school record for wins in a season, advanced to Big East championship for first time. Christian Ficca named Big East Player of the Year, five other players named to all-Big East teams. Finished #59 in the NCAA RPI but was not selected for the 64 team tournament.
  • Basketball (9-23): Enough said.
  • Cross Country: 3rd place in Big East meet, 30th place at NCAA meet. Three players named to all-Big East team.
  • Football (5-6): 4th place finish in Patriot League, eight players receive all-league recognition.
  • Golf: 8th place at Big East tournament.
  • Lacrosse: (13-4): Sixth consecutive Big East championship, advanced to quarterfinal of NCAA tournament. Seven players named to all-Big East team.
  • Rowing : Competing at IRA championships this weekend.
  • Sailing: Finished 6th of 16 schools, Open Team Racing National Championship; finished 15th of 18 schools, Open Fleet Racing National Championship
  • Soccer (13-3-3): Big East regular season champions, fell in finals of conference tournament, advanced to second round of NCAA tournament. Seven players named to all-Big East team.
  • Swimming: Third consecutive Big East championship. Total of 14 players named to all-Big East team.
  • Tennis (15-8): Advanced to semifinals of Big East championships. Jake Fellows named Big East Player of the Year, Freddy Mesmer named Co-Coach of the Year.
  • Indoor Track: 4th place in Big East meet, 21st place at NCAA meet. Ten players named to all-Big East team.
  • Outdoor Track: 5th place in Big East meet, NCAA meet pending. Nine players named to all-Big East team.
Women's Sports
  • Basketball (23-12) Reached first ever Big East tournament final, advanced to second round of WBIT. Three players named to all-Big East team.
  • Cross Country: Fourth consecutive Big East championship, 18th place at NCAA meet.
  • Field Hockey (1-17): Team struggles as home games are moved to Towson, MD.
  • Golf: 2nd place at Big East tournament, seven players named to all-Big East team. Megan Gormley named Big East Player of the Year, Morgan Smith named Big East Freshman of the Year, head coach Kate Schanuel named Big East Coach of the Year.
  • Lacrosse: (7-11): Seven players named to all-Big East team.
  • Rowing : 4th place at Patriot League meet, two players named to all-league honors.
  • Sailing: Finished 8th of 18 schools, Women's Fleet Racing National Championship
  • Soccer (13-2-7): Fourth consecutive Big East tournament championship, advanced to second round of NCAA tournament. Six players named to all-Big East team.
  • Softball (14-33): 8th place in Big East, one player named to all-Big East team.
  • Squash (14-8): 4th place at Mid-Atlantic championships, two player named to all-MASC team.
  • Swimming: Third place at Big East championships. Total of 11 players named to all-Big East team.
  • Tennis (8-13): Advanced to quarterfinals of Big East championships. Two players named to all-Big East team.
  • Indoor Track: 3rd place in Big East meet, 23rd place at NCAA meet. Ten players named to all-Big East team.
  • Outdoor Track: 4th place in Big East meet, NCAA meet pending. A total of 14 players named to all-Big East team.
  • Volleyball (14-16): 9th place in Big East. Three players named to all-Big East team.