5 Things We Learned from Georgetown Basketball’s Season Opener

1. L.J. Peak is the real deal. It has been my opinion for several months now that of all current Hoyas, Peak has the best chance to 1) get drafted and 2) have a successful career in the NBA. But the 6-5, 215 pound freshman wing was even further ahead of his developmental schedule than … More 5 Things We Learned from Georgetown Basketball’s Season Opener

Georgetown Soccer: Profile on the Rise of a Powerhouse

Before 2006, the name Georgetown meant little to nothing in the college soccer world. While the program dates back to 1952, the team had only produced two trips to the NCAA tournament and one conference title. So when Brian Weise, a coach with no head coaching experience under his belt, was hired in 2006, few … More Georgetown Soccer: Profile on the Rise of a Powerhouse

Looking Back on the USMNT: Thoughts on the USMNT against Belgium and into the Future

Crushing. Exasperating. Frustrating. Slap any adjective you want on the way the USMNT went out; it doesn’t really matter. Sure, the team had their chances, but it doesn’t change the fact that they went out in the Round of 16 (albeit, against a Belgian side that was much stronger than the Ghanians in 2010). To … More Looking Back on the USMNT: Thoughts on the USMNT against Belgium and into the Future

MLB Aging Curves

Header aging curve courtesy of beyondtheboxscore.com On November 22, 2013, GSABR members Preston Barclay, Kyle Franco, Camden Hu, Nik Oza, and Xavier Weisenreider competed in SABR President Vince Gennaro’s Diamond Dollars Case Competition against twelve other schools at NYU in New York City. The case involved the forecasting of the free agent contracts of catcher … More MLB Aging Curves