Painful Memories of Exam Weeks Past

Dec. 18, 2008

PAINFUL MEMORIES OF EXAM WEEKS PAST

So now what?

Six days ago, the Georgetown Hoyas and the Memphis Tigers competed for forty-five minutes and were never separated by more than six points.

Aaaaaaaaaaaannnnnnnddddd...Well, that is, until Jessie Sapp accidentally floated in a thirty-five foot rainbow worthy of the Harlem Globetrotters (okay, to be fair, he didn’t throw in the behind-the-back shot) at the buzzer.

The Hoyas and Tigers were tied fifteen separate times, and were never further apart than a single basket over the final twelve and a half minutes of the game.

There must be something special about the Verizon Center and close games.  Saturday’s 79-70 overtime victory marked the fifth time in 2008 that the Hoyas emerged victorious from the Phone Booth in a game decided on the final possession.

That the Hoyas ran their overall home winning streak to 27 (with one victory included from McDonough ...COUNT IT!!!Arena) was a testament to the decisive daring-do of sophomore point guard Chris Wright, who spun his way past Tyreke Evans and half of the Memphis defense on his way to a crucial overtime bucket, and freshman sensation Greg Monroe, whose deft bounce pass to a cutting DaJuan Summers moments before was the most impressive no-look play of the afternoon until Jessie Sapp went all Meadowlark Lemon in the final seconds.

So what do Wright, Monroe and Co. have for an encore?  How do you follow one of the hardest fought games at 7th and F Street in recent memory?

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Well, here’s the thing.

With all due respect to Mount St. Mary’s—who, it bears mentioning, won the same number of NCAA Tournament games last year as the Hoyas—nobody is about to confuse the Mountaineers with Memphis.

Not that there figure to be many bodies at the Verizon Center to confuse.  Take it from a federal government employee who lives near National Airport—it’s getting mighty empty at one place and the lines are looking awfully lengthy at another.  Last Friday night and Saturday morning saw Georgetown students checking the Weather Channel for their pre-game queuing forecast for 7th and F and older Georgetown fans checking the Verizon Center webpage for the location of the mysterious Dewar’s Club (site of the well-attended Hoya Hoop Club Holiday Party).  This Friday and Saturday…well, tell grandma that the Blog Staff says Merry Christmas.

Speaking of Georgetown students: If you’re a Hoya undergrad, let me be the first to congratulate you on finishing your first semester exams.  As I type this, the last exams of the fall semester at Georgetown are about to conclude—students have until tomorrow to officially ship off for winter vacation.

This of course means that loud HOYA you heard on CBS last Saturday is at their parents’ house in New Jersey, and SAXA is headed for a ski slope in Colorado (which means the likelihood that they’ll appear shirtless with Dajuan Summers’ jersey painted on their chest this weekend has dropped dramatically).

A sparsely populated Verizon Center and an opponent whose most recent NCAA Tournament win was against Coppin State as opposed to North Carolina—not exactly the recipe for a memorable Saturday afternoon.

But let’s hold on a minute here.  Just because the Mountaineers of Morgantown, WV are more of a household name than those from Emmitsburg, MD doesn’t mean there isn’t anything to look forward to.  And just because this game is being played on December 20th doesn’t mean someone won’t one day remember it as if it were played in March.

Let me explain.

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Back on the third week of December 2000, I had just turned in my last paper of my first semester at Georgetown—something to do with the end of the Cold War (1989 was a mixed blessing—the fall of communism in Europe was inspiring, but was balanced out by Duke’s victory over Georgetown in the East Regional Final).  With most of my friends in Village C still around through the weekend taking exams and partying, I decided to hang around an extra two days.  Better still, the Hoyas had a game that Saturday against Howard at the MCI Center. 

Post-Burton Generations may be unaware, but during the early part of the decade, Georgetown annually played a fair amount of non-conference games at McDonough Arena—the Hoyas had played their four home games on campus to that point (so there…it wasn’t that I couldn’t get fully excited for that NIT game against Cal State-Fullerton…I just couldn’t get the memories of Grambling out of my head).  Saturday December 16, 2000 then was my first chance to attend a game at the Phone Booth.

At about 12:30am on the morning of 12/16, I was creating my own personal athletic memories on Healy Lawn, going all Demetrius Hunter on a game of late-night Ultimate Frisbee.  Gliding in for another easy score…well, I picked the wrong time to go all Courtland Freeman I guess.  I rolled my ankle on the edge of the planter housing the Virgin Mary statue and went down like a sack of potatoes.

I’m nothing if not a stubborn idiot, so I eschewed the advice of a friendly GERMS paramedic on the fifth floor of my dorm and failed to elevate and ice my leg that morning.  The next morning I woke up, rolled out of bed, aaaaaaaaaand…down like a sack of potatoes.  My left ankle was (give or take) the size of a basketball, and I got the feeling I wasn’t going to be for much Ultimate Frisbee…or standing up…that day.

I called my mom and informed her I was going to…ummmm…have someone carry me(?) to the hospital to have an x-ray performed on my throbbing ankle.  She responded in the only way a caring mother with a proper sense of perspective could to hearing her son was in agonizing pain:

“You’re not going to miss the game, are you?”

Now, I’m as devoted a Georgetown Hoyas basketball fan as they come, but at the moment the fate of Kevin Braswell and Mike Sweetney seemed insignificant next to the question of whether my ankle would snap the next time I set it down.

“Well, I mean…mom…I’m hurting pretty bad here.  I really ought to go to the hospital.”

“Yeah, but John…you can always go after the game.”

I’m sorry, is John Thompson holding her hostage and making her say this?

“I can’t even walk right now, mom!  How in the heck am I going to make it to a basketball game right now?”

“I don’t know John.  It just seems awfully silly to stay at school for two whole days to see a game and then miss it because you had to go to the hospital.”

This is the same mother who carefully delineated the streets I was allowed to ride my bike on when I was eight.  The same mother who cried during freshman orientation at the thought of being away from her son.  The same son she was now advising to lop off his leg and go watch Georgetown play a MEAC school.

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So forty-five minutes later, I struggled for dear life with the railing on a Charles County School Bus, pulling myself up the stairs onto the student shuttle to the MCI Center.  I wore a sandal on my left foot—my ankle was too swollen to fit inside a shoe. 

And I hopped.  Everywhere.

Hopped off the bus onto the sidewalk. 

Hopped through the turnstyle.

Hopped down the ramp into the student section.

And I hoped my mother was happy with herself.

Mom visits the infamous rail 8 seasons laterFor once, I took the GERMS medic’s advice—I rested my foot against a railing in front of my seat, in the first row of Section 118.  There weren’t many students at the game, and that was okay…the fewer to accidentally bump into my ankle.

As it turned out, the Howard game was pretty memorable for a throwaway exam-week contest.  Georgetown set a school record for points against a Division I opponent, and the 123-90 score represented the second-highest combined point total for a Hoyas game that ended in regulation.  I also saw probably the most impressive scoring performance that afternoon that I’ve seen in person at a Georgetown game: Howard’s Ron Williamson scored 41 points on 11 for 17 shooting from three-point range, and left the game to a standing ovation.  Williamson’s outburst was the largest by a player against Georgetown in seven years, and it has only been equaled once since, by J.J. Redick in 2006.

And upon returning to campus…I hopped.

Not to the hospital.  I gave up all hope of making it to an x-ray machine.

I hopped to the bookstore to get a bandage for my ankle.

Halfway to the Leavey Center, my sandal broke.

And so I hopped.  With one shoe and one sock.

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That exam week game marked the first of six years’ worth of games in the student section at the MCI and later Verizon Center.  When I outgrew…well, the hopping of the student section…I quickly gobbled up Young Alumni tickets prior to the 2006-2007 season.

By sheer coincidence, I was assigned to a seat that I still occupy at every Verizon Center home game…

…in the first row of Section 118.

This Saturday’s ho-hum exam week contest will mark the 98th Georgetown game I’ve attended at the Verizon Center.  And for all of the great performances, close calls and heartbreaking finishes, to this day few games stand out as more personally memorable…or as painful…as the first.

 

So there you have it…all you need to make Saturday’s clash with Mount St. Mary’s memorable is a severely sprained ankle and a parent remarkably unconcerned with your well-being.

In the likely event that you’re watching from grandma’s house, here’s how you’ll find the game:

Georgetown vs. Mount St. Mary’s

Sat 12/20/08, 1pm

 

TV: MASN

 

Radio: Sportstalk 980 AM, 92.7 FM, 94.3 FM

 

If you are making it out to the Verizon Center, you’ll find me and my perfectly functioning ankles working at the Hoya Hoop Club table outside of Section 120 prior to the game.

 

Best wishes and Happy Hoya Holidays!

 

John Hawkes (SFS ’04)

Proud Member of Generation Burton

 

 

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BEDN
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All Day
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2:00 PM
Xavier
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All Day
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6:00 PM
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1:00 PM
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2:00 PM
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All Day
BU Scarlet & White Invite
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All Day
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8:30 PM
Providence
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February 9
2:00 PM
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10:00 AM
Memphis
Fort Myers, Fla.
February 9
2:30 PM
North Carolina State
Fort Myers, Fla.
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Boston, Mass.
February 9
All Day
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Boston, Mass.
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All Day
Iowa State Classic
Ames, Iowa
February 9
TBA
Monmouth N.J.
Yates Field House
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All Day
Iowa State Classic
Ames, Iowa
February 10
4:00 PM
Seton Hall
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CBSSN
106.7 WJFK-FM
February 10
4:45 PM
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February 10
7:00 PM
Ball State
Fort Myers, Fla.
February 10
3:00 PM
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Cooper Field
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Ames, Iowa
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2:00 PM
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McDonough Arena

BEDN
February 11
11:15 AM
LIU Brooklyn
Fort Myers, Fla.
February 13
6:30 PM
Butler
Indianapolis, Ind.

CBSSN
99.1 WNEW-FM
February 13
12:00 PM
Towson
Yates Field House
February 13
3:00 PM
High Point
Cooper Field
February 16
8:00 PM
DePaul
Chicago, Ill.

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February 16
4:00 PM
Wake Forest
Winston-Salem, N.C.
February 16
12:00 PM
Michigan State
Columbia, S.C.
February 17
12:00 PM
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Winston-Salem, N.C.
February 17
10:00 AM
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Columbia, S.C.
February 17
3:00 PM
Southern Illinois
Columbia, S.C.
February 17
1:00 PM
Robert Morris
Moon Township, Pa.
February 17
3:00 PM
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Towson, Md.
February 17
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JDL Fast Track Last Chance Meet
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All Day
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February 17
All Day
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Notre Dame, Ind.
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All Day
JDL Fast Track Last Chance Meet
Winston-Salem, N.C.
February 18
3:00 PM
Marquette
Milwaukee, Wis.

BEDN
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February 18
10:00 AM
Navy
Winston-Salem, N.C.
February 18
12:30 PM
South Carolina
Columbia, S.C.
February 21
6:30 PM
Xavier
Capital One Arena

FS1/FSN
99.1 WNEW-FM
February 21
10:00 AM
Day 1
Geneva, Ohio
February 22
10:00 AM
Day 2
Geneva, Ohio
February 23
11:00 AM
Creighton
McDonough Arena

BEDN
February 23
6:00 PM
Davidson
Davidson, N.C.
February 23
9:30 AM
Pittsburgh
Conway, S.C.
February 23
2:30 PM
Coastal Carolina
Conway, S.C.
February 23
10:00 AM
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Geneva, Ohio
February 23
All Day
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Staten Island, N.Y.
February 23
TBA
Xavier
Cincinnati, Ohio
February 23
TBA
Xavier
Cincinnati, Ohio
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All Day
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Staten Island, N.Y.
February 24
12:00 PM
Providence
Capital One Arena

CBSSN
99.1 WNEW-FM
February 24
2:00 PM
Davidson
Davidson, N.C.
February 24
9:30 AM
Pittsburgh
Conway, S.C.
February 24
12:00 PM
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Conway, S.C.
February 24
10:00 AM
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Geneva, Ohio
February 24
12:00 PM
Drexel
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February 24
12:00 PM
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All Day
BIG EAST Indoor Track & Field Championships
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February 25
2:00 PM
Providence
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February 25
1:00 PM
Davidson
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February 25
12:00 PM
Coastal Carolina
Conway, S.C.
February 25
11:00 AM
William & Mary
Williamsburg, Va.
February 26
7:00 PM
Marquette
Capital One Arena

FS1
99.1 WNEW-FM
February 27
2:30 PM
George Washington
Arlington, Va.
February 27
3:00 PM
Mount St. Marys
Cooper Field
February 28
3:30 PM
Johns Hopkins
Cooper Field
March 2
1:00 PM
Lafayette
Nats Academy
March 2
3:00 PM
Lafayette
Nats Academy
March 3
TBA
Villanova
Philadelphia, Pa.

FOX
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3:00 PM
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Port Charlotte, Fla.
March 3
12:30 PM
Columbia
Nats Academy
March 3
3:00 PM
Howard
Nats Academy
March 3
1:00 PM
Hofstra
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1:00 PM
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Cooper Field
March 3
All Day
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All Day
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Boston, Mass.
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11:30 AM
Dartmouth
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March 4
3:00 PM
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Nats Academy
March 4
12:00 PM
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Boston, Mass.
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All Day
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Boston, Mass.
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9:00 AM
Florida Atlantic
Boca Raton, Fla.
March 5
9:00 AM
Florida Atlantic
Boca Raton, Fla.
March 6
4:00 PM
Northeastern
Port Charlotte, Fla.
March 6
3:00 PM
Lynn University
Boca Raton, Fla.
March 6
3:00 PM
Marist
Cooper Field
March 7
12:00 PM
Western Michigan
Port Charlotte, Fla.
March 7
8:00 PM
Arizona State
Tempe, Ariz.
March 8
10:00 AM
Barry
Miami Shores, Fla.
March 8
12:00 PM
Barry
Miami Shores, Fla.
March 9
12:00 PM
Western Michigan
Port Charlotte, Fla.
March 9
7:00 PM
Grand Canyon
Phoenix, Ariz.
March 9
All Day
NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships
College Station, Texas
March 9
All Day
NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships
College Station, Texas
March 10
2:00 PM
Saint Josephs
Port Charlotte, Fla.
March 10
12:00 PM
Iowa
Phoenix, Ariz.
March 10
6:00 PM
Minnesota
Phoenix, Ariz.
March 10
12:00 PM
Hobart
Cooper Field
March 10
3:00 PM
Penn
Cooper Field
March 10
All Day
NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships
College Station, Texas
March 10
All Day
Virginia Scrimmage
Charlottesville, Va.
March 10
All Day
NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships
College Station, Texas
March 10
All Day
Virginia Scrimmage
Charlottesville, Va.
March 11
12:00 PM
Saint Josephs
Port Charlotte, Fla.
March 11
11:00 AM
Iowa
Phoenix, Ariz.
March 14
3:00 PM
Coppin State
Shirley Povich Field
March 16
3:00 PM
Princeton
Shirley Povich Field
March 16
11:00 AM
Eastern Illinois
Charleston, S.C.
March 16
3:30 PM
Jacksonville State
Charleston, S.C.
March 16
3:00 PM
Old Dominion
Norfolk, Va.
March 17
1:00 PM
Princeton
Shirley Povich Field
March 17
4:00 PM
Princeton
Shirley Povich Field
March 17
11:00 AM
Jacksonville State
Charleston, S.C.
March 17
10:00 AM
Middle Tennessee State
Norfolk, Va.
March 17
1:00 PM
Villanova
Cooper Field
March 17
1:00 PM
Drexel
Philadelphia, Pa.
March 17
TBA
Temple
Arlington YMCA
March 18
1:00 PM
Princeton
Shirley Povich Field
March 18
10:00 AM
Texas
Charleston, S.C.
March 21
4:00 PM
Navy
Shirley Povich Field
March 21
3:00 PM
Loyola Maryland
Cooper Field
March 21
7:00 PM
Loyola Maryland
Cooper Field
March 23
5:00 PM
Ohio State
Columbus, Ohio
March 23
11:00 AM
Marquette
Yates Field House
March 23
TBA
Rhode Island
Yates Field House
March 24
3:00 PM
Ohio State
Columbus, Ohio
March 24
12:00 PM
Providence
Providence, R.I.
March 24
2:00 PM
Providence
Providence, R.I.
March 24
11:00 AM
Navy
Annapolis, Md.
March 24
12:00 PM
Florida
Cooper Field
March 24
1:00 PM
Marquette
Milwaukee, Wis.
March 24
2:00 PM
Boston University
Arlington YMCA
March 24
All Day
Princeton
Princeton, N.J.
March 24
All Day
Occoquan Challenge
Fairfax Station, Va.
March 24
All Day
Delaware
Washington, D.C.
March 24
All Day
Occoquan Challenge
Fairfax Station, Va.
March 25
1:00 PM
Ohio State
Columbus, Ohio
March 25
12:00 PM
Providence
Providence, R.I.
March 25
All Day
Princeton
Washington, D.C.
March 27
3:00 PM
Delaware State
Shirley Povich Field
March 28
2:00 PM
Kent State
Nats Academy
March 28
2:30 PM
Richmond
Richmond, Va.
March 28
7:00 PM
Maryland
College Park, Md.
March 29
6:00 PM
UNC Greensboro
Greensboro, N.C.
March 29
12:00 PM
St. Johns
Nats Academy
March 29
2:00 PM
St. Johns
Nats Academy
March 30
4:00 PM
UNC Greensboro
Greensboro, N.C.
March 30
12:00 PM
St. Johns
Nats Academy
March 31
1:00 PM
UNC Greensboro
Greensboro, N.C.
March 31
12:00 PM
Cincinnati
Cincinnati, Ohio
March 31
12:00 PM
Denver
Cooper Field
March 31
All Day
Class of 2004 Cup vs. Harvard
Boston, Mass.
March 31
TBA
Navy
Annapolis, Md.
April 3
3:00 PM
Coppin State
Hanover, Md.
April 4
3:00 PM
Maryland Eastern Shore
Princess Anne, Md.
April 4
3:00 PM
George Washington
Washington, D.C.
April 4
11:00 AM
St. Francis Brooklyn
Washington, D.C.
April 4
2:00 PM
Denver
Denver, Colo.
April 6
3:00 PM
Xavier
Shirley Povich Field
April 6
3:00 PM
George Washington
GW Tennis Center
April 6
All Day
GW Invite
Washington, D.C.
April 6
All Day
GW Invite
Washington, D.C.
April 7
1:00 PM
Xavier
Shirley Povich Field
April 7
1:00 PM
DePaul
Chicago, Ill.
April 7
3:00 PM
DePaul
Chicago, Ill.
April 7
12:00 PM
Butler
Cooper Field
April 7
3:00 PM
Providence
Cooper Field
April 7
All Day
Yale & MIT
Cambridge, Mass.
April 7
All Day
GW Invite
Washington, D.C.
April 7
All Day
GW Invite
Washington, D.C.
April 8
1:00 PM
Xavier
Shirley Povich Field
April 8
1:00 PM
DePaul
Chicago, Ill.
April 8
All Day
Harvard & Columbia
Cambridge, Mass.
April 11
3:00 PM
Navy
Annapolis, Md.
April 11
4:00 PM
George Mason
Fairfax, Va.
April 13
3:00 PM
George Mason
Shirley Povich Field
April 14
2:00 PM
George Mason
Shirley Povich Field
April 14
12:00 PM
Butler
Nats Academy
April 14
2:00 PM
Butler
Nats Academy
April 14
1:00 PM
Villanova
Villanova, Pa.
April 14
2:00 PM
Vanderbilt
Nashville, Tenn.
April 14
TBA
George Washington
Washington, D.C.
April 14
All Day
Knecht Cup
Mercer Lake, N.J.
April 14
All Day
Navy
Annapolis, Md.
April 14
All Day
Stanford Invitational
Redwood Shores, Calif.
April 15
1:00 PM
George Mason
Fairfax, Va.
April 15
11:00 AM
Butler
Nats Academy
April 15
All Day
Stanford Invitational
Redwood Shores, Calif.
April 17
6:00 PM
UMBC
Baltimore, Md.
April 17
6:00 PM
Towson
Nats Academy
April 18
6:00 PM
Virginia
Nats Academy
April 18
3:00 PM
Uconn
Washington, D.C
April 19
3:00 PM
George Mason
Fairfax, Va.
April 19
3:00 PM
George Mason
Fairfax, Va.
April 20
3:00 PM
St. Johns
Queens, N.Y.
April 21
1:00 PM
St. Johns
Queens, N.Y.
April 21
12:00 PM
Villanova
Philadelphia, Pa.
April 21
2:00 PM
Villanova
Philadelphia, Pa.
April 21
12:00 PM
Villanova
Washington, D.C.
April 21
12:00 PM
Villanova
Washington, D.C.
April 21
12:00 PM
Marquette
Washington, D.C.
April 21
3:00 PM
NJIT
Cooper Field
April 21
All Day
George Washington
Washington, D.C.
April 21
All Day
Penn & Princeton
Princeton, N.J.
April 21
All Day
Cherry Hill Invitational
Camden, N.J.
April 21
All Day
Class of 2006 Cup vs. Princeton
Princeton, N.J.
April 22
1:00 PM
St. Johns
Queens, N.Y.
April 22
12:00 PM
Villanova
Philadelphia, Pa.