03-15-2017 - Ranking will change at the conclusion of all
post season tournaments
With Current Team (Yrs.):
people are starting to believe that it is time for Georgetown to start a new
chapter. The team didn’t make it to either major tournament over the last two
(2) years. The last eight (8) years prior to not making the tournament Georgetown
has seen early exits. With the influence that the Thompson family has on the
school, it’s going to be interesting to see how this chapter plays out.
Georgetown Hoyas Basketball program has been in the hands of the Thompson family
for over four decades. John Thompson Jr. led the Hoyas for twenty-seven (27)
years before resigning. Since taking over the team in 2004, John Thompson III
has been on the path to the Hall of Fame like his father. He has led the Hoyas
to a post season Tournament eleven (11) consecutive seasons, which includes eight
(8) NCAA Tournament appearances (2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and
2014) and three (3) NIT appearances (2005, 2009 and 2014). Under his tenure the
Hoyas finished in the Sweet sixteen in 2006 and the Final Four in 2007. Coach
Thompson has an overall head coaching record of 344–187 (.648).
1 Head Coaching Exp. (Yrs.):
of Winning the NCAA Tournament 2017-2018:
of Winning the NIT Tournament 2017-2018:
of Winning the Conference Tournament 2017-2018:
of becoming the Regular Season Champs 2017-2018:
of an NCAA Tournament Appearance 2017-2018:
of an NIT Tournament Appearance 2017-2018:
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