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Patrick Ewing, David Falk Donate $3.3M To Georgetown For Athletic Center

Patrick Ewing and sports agent David Falk have donated $3.3 million toward the construction of the John R. Thompson Jr. Intercollegiate Athletics Center.

"Coach Thompson was my coach, mentor and friend," Ewing said. "He guided me through a very formative period in my life and helped me prepare for success on and off the court. Giving back to the University in his honor is special."

"This is a very special opportunity for me to honor a man I love and respect," Falk said. "To do it together with Patrick Ewing, who was a dominant figure in both John's basketball program and in my career, makes it even more rewarding."

The Thompson Athletics Center is a $62 million project, a ceremony for the building is scheduled for Sept. 12.

Via Jeff Borzello/CBS Sports

Stephen Domingo Transfers From Georgetown To Cal

Stephen Domingo has decided to transfer from Georgetown to Cal.

Domingo is a native of California and considered committing to Berkeley out of high school.

The 6'7 wing must sit out the 14-15 season.

Via Leland Wong/California Golden Blogs

Doug McDermott Headlines Big East Awards

Doug McDermott of Creighton has been named Big East Player of the Year.

McDermott was joined on the All-Big East First Team by James Bell, Semaj Christon, Bryce Cotton, D'Angelo Harrison and Markel Starks.

On the All-Big East Second Team are Kadeem Batts, Kellen Dunham, Fuquan Edwin, Davante Gardner, Jayvaughn Pinkston and D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera.

Edwin was also named Big East Defensive Player of the Year, while Billy Garrett received Rookie of the Year honors.

Via RealGM Staff Report

Greg Whittington Dismissed By Georgetown

Greg Whittington has been dismissed by Georgetown.

Whittington has struggled with injuries and academics over the past year.

Whittington is ahead of schedule recovering fro a torn ACL suffered in the summer.

Whittington was expected to be the Hoyas' best player with the departure of Otto Porter.

Via Jeff Goodman/ESPN

Joshua Smith Ruled Immediately Eligible, Two Seasons Remaining With Georgetown

Joshua Smith has been ruled eligible immediately to play for Georgetown.

Smith was granted a "Seasons of Competition" waiver for the 12-13 season in which he appeared in six games for UCLA.

Smith will have two seasons of eligibility remaining.

"We are excited that the NCAA has approved the waiver for Joshua," Georgetown coach John Thompson III said in a statement. "Now, he has to maintain a high level of commitment on and off the court. He will provide a significant low-post presence for this team."

Smith is listed at 6-10, 350 pounds on the Hoyas' website, but he said he is down to 310.

Via Nicole Auerbach/USA Today
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