Georgetown snaps a 29-game losing streak in the Big East with a win over DePaul

Georgetown snapped a 29-game Big East losing streak with an 81-76 win over DePaul on Tuesday. Here’s what you should know:

  • Before Tuesday, the Hoyas’ final win of the regular season came against Xavier on March 2, 2021.
  • Georgetown holds the record for most consecutive losses in the Big East.
  • The Hoyas improve to 6-15, 1-9 in conference play.

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Georgetown broke DePaul’s record of 24 consecutive losses in the Big East Conference on January 4 when it lost to Villanova, marking their 25th consecutive loss in the conference. Coach Patrick Ewing, who led the Hoyas to a national title in 1984 as a player, is 74-99 in his tenure with the program. Georgetown’s next chance to build on their lead comes on Sunday when they travel to Queens, New York to take on St. John’s at 2 p.m. ET.

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