Hoyas run up the scoreboard in win over Mount St. Mary’s

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Hoyas’ center Jessie Govan registered 20 points and 14 rebounds in the win over Mount St. Mary’s. (Photo Courtesy: GU Hoyas)

Georgetown saw five players score in double figures in its 102-68 victory over Mount St. Mary’s at home on Wednesday evening.

Hoyas’ (2-0) center Jessie Govan tallied 20 points and 14 rebounds in first year head coach Patrick Ewing’s second victory of the season. Govan showed off his range, shooting 3-3 from behind the arc.

Forwards Kaleb Johnson and Jamorko Pickett registered 14 points each. Pickett added seven rebounds and a steal to his stat line. Freshman guard Jahvon Blair scored 19 points and dished out five assists, while Jagan Mosley scored 15 points.

Georgetown was up 37-23 in the middle of the first half and didn’t look back. The Hoyas’ offensive surge led to a 54-point first half and outscoring Mount St. Mary’s 48-32 in the second half.

The Hoyas shot 57 percent from the floor and an even 50 percent from the three-point line. Georgetown controlled the glass, outrebounding the Mountaineers 51-23.

It was the first time the Hoyas scored 100 or more points in a game since 2016 when they tallied 105 points against South Carolina Upstate.

Mount St. Mary’s guard Junior Robinson scored a game-high 26 points to go along with his four assists and three steals. The Mountaineers shot under 30 percent from deep and 38 percent in total.

What’s Next 

  • Georgetown will look to improve to 3-0 on the season when the team takes on University of Maryland Eastern Shore on Saturday at the Capital One Center. Tip-off scheduled for 12 p.m.

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