Georgetown University has fired head basketball coach Patrick Ewing after he went 75-109 over six seasons, the Daily Mail reported.
Ewing’s last game was an 80-48 loss to Villan on March 8 in the first round of the Big East Tournament at Madison Square Garden, where Ewing played as an NBA All-Star for the New York Knicks during his basketball career.
The school had a 7-25 record this season. During Ewing’s tenure, the team had just one winning season and faced a 29-game Big East losing streak—starting in March 2021 and ending in January 2023—the most consecutive losing streaks in league history.
In contrast, as a player, Ewing led Georgetown to the 1980 NCAA Championship.
Georgetown President Dr. Jack DeGioia called Ewing “the heart of Georgetown basketball” and said he was “relentless in his dedication to his team and the young men he coached,” in a statement announcing the change.
“Every coach knows that once you … dot the I’s and cross the T’s, the writing is on the wall,” Ewing said previously. “At some point in your career, they let you go. That’s just life in coaching.’