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Georgetown guard a gametime decision after suffering injury in bus accident

Georgetown guard a gametime decision after suffering injury in bus accident

The Georgetown Hoyas' team bus was involved in a scary traffic accident on Monday afternoon, and it is being reported that junior guard Tre Campbell suffered a minor knee injury as a result of the crash. a

The accident occurred with another vehicle and took place on I-95 North, outside of Baltimore as the team traveled to Philadelphia for their Tuesday night game against No. 2 Villanova.

Campbell, a Washington, D.C. native, banged up his right knee during the collision, a source told NBC Sports' Rob Dauster. Campbell is averaging 3.6 points in 15 minutes per game this season and is considered a game-time decision for the Tuesday night contest. 

A university spokesman issued a statement early on Tuesday morning. 

"The Georgetown University men’s basketball team’s bus was involved in a traffic accident on Monday while traveling to Pennsylvania for a game on Tuesday.  The accident involved another vehicle and occurred on I-95 North outside of Baltimore.  There were no major injuries to members of the team.  The company provided another bus for the team to continue its trip."

The athletic department released an image of members of the Hoyas team helping to assist the passengers of the other vehicle involved in the crash.

Georgetown looks to bounce back from a 68-66 overtime loss to Seton Hall on Saturday, which snapped the Hoyas' three-game win streak.

Georgetown vs. Villanova takes place at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday night on FS1.

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Georgetown’s Dylan Nealis among local players selected in MLS Super Draft

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Georgetown’s Dylan Nealis among local players selected in MLS Super Draft

Thursday was a momentous day for many college soccer standouts particularly in the surrounding D.C. area. 

From UVa, to Georgetown, UMBC and James Madison, there were a few impressive standouts selected in the first and second rounds of the MLS Super Draft.

Here are some of the some players who were selected to new rosters:

Inter Miami CF selected Georgetown senior midfielder Dylan Nealis with the third overall pick. Nealis became the first senior in program history to pre-sign with the MLS after graduating from Georgetown in December.

Additionally, his teammate senior Achara was picked 25th overall by Toronto FC. Both seniors lead the Hoyas to their first ever NCAA Championship in a 3-3 double overtime win that resulted in the Hoyas dominating 7-6 in pentalty kicks. 

The Virginia Men’s soccer team has three players selected into the first two rounds of the draft for the first time in program history. Sophomore forward Daryl Dike, who scored ten goals this season including three in the College Cup and had eight assists, was selected 5th overall by Orlando City. 

His teammate, junior defenseman Henry Kessler was selected immediately after Dike at 6th overall by New England. Kessler had one goal this year.

Robin Afamefuna, UVa’s senior midfielder/defender was selected No.37 overall, in the second round by Colorado. This season Afamefuna has two goals and two assists. 

UMBC's senior defender Jon Bell was chosen by the San Jose Earthquakes as the 38th overall pick and the 12th of the second round.

From JMU, senior midfielder Manuel Ferriol was selected 40th overall by FC Dallas. Ferriol finished his JMU career appearing in 64 games, with 32 goals, tied for eighth on the Dukes all-time list. Ferriol even set a new single-season program record of 16 goals, 6 assists and a single-season record of 38 points. 

The third and fourth rounds will take place on January 13th. 

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Georgetown goes down to Providence without Mac McClung

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Georgetown goes down to Providence without Mac McClung

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- Alpha Diallo tied his season-high with 20 points as Providence beat Georgetown 76-60 on Tuesday.

Luwane Pipkins had 14 points for Providence (8-6, 1-0 Big East Conference). A.J. Reeves added 13 points. David Duke had 10 points, eight assists and six rebounds for the hosts.

Providence dominated the first half and led 54-23 at the break. Both teams set season lows for scoring during the game. The Friars' 22 points in the second half were the lowest of the season for the hosts, while the 23 points in the first half for the Hoyas marked the fewest of the season for the visitors.

Omer Yurtseven had 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Hoyas (10-4, 0-1), whose six-game win streak ended with the loss. Terrell Allen added 10 points. Jahvon Blair had 10 points.

Providence takes on DePaul on the road on Saturday. Georgetown matches up against Seton Hall on the road on Friday.

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