A handful of Georgetown teams added a "G" to the front of the uniform between 1919 and 1923, but the monochrome color was seen in yearbook photos across most sports through 1927. The first basketball jerseys to use the Georgetown name across it date to 1928, with numbers following in the 1933-34 season.
1. From 1957-58 through 1967-68, Georgetown players wore alternate jersey numbers for home and away games (i.e. #10 in white, #11 in blue). These lettermen are listed below by their home (even numbered) jersey. 2.
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By 1992, Nike started to advance designs, and modified Georgetown University’s uniform with a more streamlined look, starting the trend of new aesthetics, including longer and looser shorts.
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Thompson had Nike add a kente cloth pattern to Georgetown’s uniforms prior to the 1994-1995 season. It was meant to pay homage to who they were: black America’s favorite college basketball team.
History Early years (1907–1943) Founded in the fall of 1906, the Georgetown men's basketball team played its first game on February 9, 1907, defeating the University of Virginia by a score of 22-11. In its first 60-some years, the program displayed only sporadic success.
“Center Patrick Ewing #33 of the Georgetown University Hoyas reaches for the ball during a Big East college basketball game against the University of Pittsburgh Panthers at the Fitzgerald Fieldhouse on January 28, 1984 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Hoyas defeated the Pitt Panthers 63-52.” BONUS CAMOU: Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images
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