Men’s lacrosse: Georgetown finsihed its season in the first round of the NCAA tournament a week after winning its first Big East championship with an 8-3 victory over No. 3/3 Denver on May 5. Nick Marrocco was named the tournament’s most outstanding player after posting 26 saves in two games, including 14 against the top-seeded Pioneers in the finals. The Hoyas then fell to fifth-seeded Johns Hopkins, 10-9, in overtime in the NCAA tournament on Sunday. Craig Berge had a career-high six points on two goals and four assists and Marrocco had 11 saves in the cage.

Seniors Marrocco and Ryan Hursey were both named Inside Lacrosse honorable mention all-Americans.

Women’s lacrosse: The Hoyas fell to Virginia Tech, 13-10, in the first round of the NCAA tournament Friday afternoon in Raleigh, N.C. Georgetown finished the season with a mark of 12-7 and is expected to return its top five scorers next season.

Natalia Lynch was named second-team all-South Region by the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coach’s Association on Friday.

The Hoyas earned the program’s 15th NCAA tournament berth after finishing the regular season as the second seed in the conference tournament. Georgetown fell to third-seeded Denver, 12-7, the week prior in the semifinals of the Big East tournament in Gainesville, Fla.

Track and field: Georgetown closed the Big East championships on a strong note, winning eight titles over the two-day meet held at the Spire Institute in Geneva, Ohio. All-American Amos Bartelsmeyer was named the meet’s outstanding male track performer after winning the 800 meters and anchoring the winning 4x800 relay.

Additionally, Taylor Williams, with a pair of wins (100, 200) and a third-place relay finish in the 4x100 relay, was the recipient of the female high-point performer award with 21.5 points. Finally, Bryan Bjerk set a new school record as he became the second Hoya to win the discus throw at the conference championships. With 111 points, the men finished fourth while the women’s 90 points placed them fifth overall.

Baseball: The Hoyas (24-26, 8-7 Big East) saw two program records fall in their conference series at Butler over the weekend. On Saturday, Brent Killam struck out his 86th batter to set the single-season strikeout record. In Sunday’s series finale win, Jimmy Swad recorded his 12th save to set the single-season record. The Hoyas need just one win in their three-game series against visiting Seton Hall this weekend to clinch a berth in the Big East tournament.

Softball: Georgetown went 2-1 in its season finale against Seton Hall. Sophomore Sera Stevens had a career-high of four hits in Sunday’s 11-inning, 3-2 victory, including a walk-off hit to win the game. Three Hoyas were named to the all-Big East second team for the first time since 2014. The selections included senior outfielder Theresa Kane, junior DP Sarah Bennett and sophomore pitcher Anna Brooks Pacha.

Women’s golf: The Hoyas recorded a three-day score of 53-over-par 917 and finished in 16th place at the NCAA Austin Regional, held at the par-72, 6,341-yard University of Texas Golf Club. Senior Jacquelyn Eleey, playing in her final collegiate event, led Georgetown for the tournament with a 10-over 226 to finish in a tie for 49th.

Women’s rowing: Georgetown finished in a tie for fourth place at the Patriot League championship on Friday. The Hoyas won a gold medal with a victory in the varsity four event while advancing to the grand final in the varsity eight and petite final in the second varsity eight races. Sophomores Chloe Schalit and Grace Calavan were named to the all-Patriot League team on Monday.

Men’s rowing: Georgetown competed at the 2018 Eastern Sprints in Worcester, Mass., on Sunday. All three lightweight crews advanced to the petite finals, while GU’s two heavyweight boats advanced to their respective third final.