Georgetown Basketball History: All-America
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Ed hargaden, Sr. 1935 1. Ed Hargaden (1932-35)
Christian Brothers HS, Syracuse, NY
Honorable Mention 1933, 1934; citation unknown
Career Statistics

A three time All-Eastern Intercollegiate forward, Hargaden was the first All-America selection for the Hoyas. Hargaden led his team in scoring three straight years leader and finished his career with a nearly 10 ppg average, which was considerable in this era of the game.

Ed Hargaden was elected to the Georgetown University Athletic Hall of Fame in 1953.


John Mahnken, ex 45 2. John Mahnken (1942-43)
Memorial HS, West New York, NJ
Look Magazine 1st Team, 1943
Career Statistics

The towering 6-9 Mahnken led the Hoyas in scoring with 15.4 ppg during its NCAA Final Four run in 1942-1943. After Georgetown suspended basketball for the duration of World War II, Mahnken was judged too tall for military service and instead pursued a pro basketball career, playing with a number of NBL and NBA clubs through 1953.

John Mahnken was elected to the Georgetown University Athletic Hall of Fame in 1953.


Dan Kraus, 1948 3. Dan Kraus (1942-43; 1946-48)
DeWitt Clinton HS, New York, NY
Sport Magazine 2nd Team, 1947
Career Statistics

A three year starting guard and co-captain of the 1943 NCAA finalists, Kraus was awarded All-America honors following the Hoyas' 1946-1947 season, when the club finished 19-7 under Hall of Fame coach Elmer Ripley. Following graduation, Kraus played one season in the NBA before beginning a long and distinguished career with the FBI.

Dan Kraus was elected to the Georgetown University Athletic Hall of Fame in 1953.


Warren Buehler, 19574. Warren Buehler (1953-55; 1956-57)
Sweeney HS, Bayonne, NJ
Honorable Mention 1955; citation unknown
Career Statistics

Buehler's 15.8 points average led the Hoyas in 1955, with a streak of 16 of his final 17 games that season in double figures. The only All-America selection from a losing Georgetown team, Buehler missed the 1955-56 season with an injury and returned for the 1957 season. The leading scorer during the decade of the 50's, Buehler is 13th on the career scoring average list and 24th in points.


Jim Barry, 1966 5. Jim Barry (1962-63; 1964-66)
St. Peter's Prep, Jersey City, NJ
Associated Press Honorable Mention 1963
Career Statistics

In his sophomore season , Barry destroyed all Hoya scoring records, averaging 22.6 points per game. A serious knee injury caused him to miss his junior year and while a third year of eligibility was awarded through 1965-66, the injury hampered a promising career. Barry's career average of 17.3 ppg is highest among all three year lettermen and third highest overall.

Jim Barry was elected to the Georgetown University Athletic Hall of Fame in 1976.


John Duren, 1980 6. John Duren (1976-80)
Dunbar HS, Washington, DC
Associated Press Honorable Mention 1978, 1979, 1980
Career Statistics

One of the greatest guards in Georgetown history, Duren was twice honored as an AP Honorable Mention selection. He was named the Big East Player of the Year in the league's first season and led the Hoyas to the 1980 Eastern Regional Finals. A first round draft pick of the Utah Jazz, Duren played three years in the NBA.

John Duren was elected to the Georgetown University Athletic Hall of Fame in 1996.


Craig Shelton, 19807. Craig Shelton (1976-80)
Dunbar HS, Washington, DC
Associated Press Honorable Mention 1979, 1980
Career Statistics

A teammate of John Duren since high school, Shelton's rebounding and inside game proved a perfect complement to Duren's ball handling skills. An All-Big East selection in 1980 and MVP of the inaugural Big East tournament, Shelton was a second round pick of the Atlanta Hawks and played two years in the NBA. Once scored 21 field goals in a row over a three game span his senior year.


Eric Floyd, 1982 8. Eric Floyd (1978-82)
Hunter Huss HS, Gastonia, NC
Associated Press Second Team 1981
Consensus 1st Team 1982
Career Statistics

With a career shooting percentage of 49%, often from long range, Floyd ended his career as the all-time leading scorer at Georgetown (2,304) and the highest scoring average for a four year career (17.7). Floyd's outstanding play in leading the Hoyas to the brink of the 1982 NCAA title earned him the first consensus All-America selection in the school's history.

Eric Floyd was elected to the Georgetown University Athletic Hall of Fame in 1998.


Patrick Ewing, 1985 9. Patrick Ewing (1981-85)
Rindge & Latin HS, Cambridge, MA
Associated Press 2nd Team 1982
Consensus 1st Team 1983, 1984, 1985
Career Statistics

The most heavily recruited center of his era, Ewing arrived at Georgetown with high expectations and fulfilled every one of them. He ended his college career not only as the team's second leading scorer and all-time leader in rebounds and blocked shots, but he left as he promised--earning a degree within four years.

Patrick Ewing was elected to the Georgetown University Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007.


Bill Martin, 198510. Bill Martin (1981-85)
McKinley Tech HS, Washington, DC
Associated Press Honorable Mention 1985
Career Statistics

Bill Martin's efforts in Georgetown's greatest four years of basketball were rewarded with All-America honors his senior year, where he averaged 12.3 points per game. Martin played four years in the NBA before starting a successful retail business in the Washington area.


Reggie Williams, 1987 11. Reggie Williams (1983-87)
Dunbar HS, Baltimore, MD
Associated Press Honorable Mention 1986
Consensus 1st Team 1987
Career Statistics

Leader of the fabled Dunbar HS teams of the early 1980's, Williams was Georgetown's premier shooting forward. Williams was awarded All-America honors after leading an underrated Hoya team to the 1987 Eastern regional finals. Williams was selected as the fourth overall pick in the first round of the 1987 and was a a 10-year NBA veteran.

Reggie Williams was elected to the Georgetown University Athletic Hall of Fame in 2008.


Perry McDonald, 198812. Perry McDonald (1984-88)
Carver HS, New Orleans, LA
Associated Press Honorable Mention, 1988
Career Statistics

At 6-4, the athletic McDonald played nearly every position for the Hoyas over his career, including stints as de facto power forward and even center. His post play against Syracuse's 6-11 Rony Seikaly drew nationwide attention, and won McDonald well-deserved All-America mention at the conclusion of the 1988 season.


Charles Smith, 198913. Charles Smith (1985-89)
All Saints HS, Washington, DC
Associated Press 2nd Team, 1989
Career Statistics

When 6-0 guard Charles Smith was recruited out of high school, his role was set--he was told he would never start and play only sparingly. By 1989, Smith became a three year starter, Big East Player of The Year, All-American, and a member of the 1988 U.S. Olympic Team.


Charles Smith, 198914. Mark Tillmon (1986-90)
Gonzaga College HS, Washington, DC
Associated Press Honorable Mention, 1990
Career Statistics

A valuable shooting guard in Big East title teams with Perry McDonald and Charles Smith, Mark Tillmon's senior season was one of Georgetown's best. Averaging 19.8 points a game shooting 47 percent from the field (43 percent from three point range), Tillmon scored in double figures in 28 of 31 games, leading the team in scoring in 16 games. A first team all-Big East selection, he earned honorable mention All-American honors from both the Associated Press and United Press International.


Dikembe Mutombo, 1991 15. Dikembe Mutombo (1988-91)
Institut Boboto, Kinshasa, Zaire
Associated Press Honorable Mention, 1990
Associated Press Third Team 1991
Career Statistics

Mutombo's arrival at Georgetown was so inconspicuous that one recruiting newsletter mistakenly referred to him as a 5-10 point guard. In fact, the 7-2 center soon became one of the premier shot-blockers in the college game. Mutombo holds eight individual records at Georgetown, including blocked shots and field goal percentage. Selected in the first round of the 1991 NBA draft by the Denver Nuggets, Mutombo is a seven-time NBA All-Star and four times named NBA Defensive Player of the Year.

Dikembe Mutombo was elected to the Georgetown University Athletic Hall of Fame in 2012.


Alonzo Mourning, 1992 16. Alonzo Mourning (1988-92)
Indian River HS, Chesapeake, VA
Associated Press 3rd Team, 1989
Associated Press 2nd Team, 1990
Consensus 1st Team 1992
Career Statistics

Mourning was a three time All-Big East and All-America selection. After an injury-filled season in 1991, Mourning earned consensus honors in 1992, averaging 21 points and 11 rebounds for the Big East regular season champion team. Mourning was the second player selected in the first round of the 1992 NBA draft and is a five time NBA All-Star and gold medalist with the 2000 U.S. Olympic Team.

Alonzo Mourning was elected to the Georgetown University Athletic Hall of Fame in 2011.


Allen Iverson, ex 9817. Allen Iverson (1994-96)
Bethel HS, Bethel, VA
Associated Press Honorable Mention 1995
Consensus 1st Team 1996
Career Statistics

From the moment he stepped out on a college court, people knew Allen Iverson was special. A fearsome defender with lightning-quick moves, Iverson led the Hoyas two years in scoring and won All-Big East honors in both seasons. Iverson withdrew from Georgetown to be selected the 1st overall pick of the 1996 NBA draft.


Victor Page, ex 9918. Victor Page (1995-97)
McKinley Tech HS, Washington, DC
Associated Press Honorable Mention 1997
Career Statistics

As a sophomore, Page practically willed the Hoyas into a post season berth, leading an inexperienced club to a remarkable eight wins in its last nine games, including five road wins during the month of February, 1997. Page withdrew from school to enter the 1997 NBA draft but was not selected.


Mike Sweetney, ex 200419. Mike Sweetney (2000-03)
Oxon Hill HS, Oxon Hill, MD
Associated Press Honorable Mention 2003
Career Statistics

In his junior year, Sweetney led the Hoyas in 12 statistical categories, and ended the 2020-03 season 9th nationally in scoring, 9th in blocks, and 15th in rebounding. For his career, Sweetney finished 2nd all time in scoring average, 7th all time in points scored, 5th in rebounds, and 5th in blocks. Sweetney withdrew from school to enter the 2003 NBA draft and was selected by the New York Knicks as the 9th overall players taken.


Jeff Green '0820. Jeff Green (2004-07)
Northwestern HS, Hyattsville, MD
Associated Press 3rd Team, 2007
Career Statistics

Despite averaging just 12 points per game, Jeff Green's leadership and big-game scoring were invaluable for the Hoyas of the John Thompson III era. A team leader in scoring, rebounding, and assists, Green was part of numerous late game finishes for the 2007 Final Four team, including last second wins over Notre Dame and Vanderbilt. In addition to his All-America honors in 2007, Green was named 2007 Big East Player of the Year and tournament MVP.


Roy Hibbert '0821. Roy Hibbert (2004-08)
Georgetown Prep, Potomac, MD
Associated Press 2nd Team, 2008
Career Statistics

When he arrived at Georgetown he was considered a project, but over four seasons Roy Hibbert developed into one of the nation's top centers. A two time all-Big East selection, Hibbert shot 67 percent from the field in 2007 and 61 percent in 2008. Hibbert ended his Georgetown career fourth all time in blocks, ninth in rebounds, and 15th in scoring, and a perfect 3-3 from three point range, including a three at the buzzer to defeat Connecticut on national television in January 2008.


Roy Hibbert '0822. Greg Monroe (2008-10)
Helen Cox HS, Gretna, LA
Associated Press 3rd Team, 2010
Career Statistics

The nation's top high school recruit in 2008, Greg Monroe built an impressive season in 2009-10, averaging 16.1 points and 9.6 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game. His 29 points and 16 rebounds versus #4 Villanova were season highs, while his 12 assists against Providence was a Big East record for a center.


Austin Freeman '1123. Austin Freeman (2007-11)
DeMatha HS, Mitchellville, MD
Associated Press Honorable Mention, 2011
Career Statistics

A steady presence on and off the court, Austin Freeman's arrival from DeMatha HS began a new era for the Hoyas and one where he excelled throughout. Freeman's career could have ended prematurely when he was diagnosed with diabetes in February, 2010, but his commitment and perseverance rallied the Hoyas in 2009-10. As a senior, Freeman was an all-Big East first team selection as he led the Hoyas in scoring, three point shooting, and free throws, graduating in the school's top 10 all-time in each of the three categories.


Otto Porter '1524. Otto Porter, Jr. (2011-13)
Scott County Central HS, Morley, MO
Consensus 1st Team 2013
Career Statistics

Porter was a guiding presence in a 2012-13 season that saw the Hoyas win 12 straight games, win the Big East regular season and finish with a top 10 ranking for the first time since the 2007-08 season. His 33 points at Syracuse was a career high amidst 48.0 percent shooting from the field this season, along with 42.2 percent from three and 77.7 percent from the free throw line. He was named Big East Player of the Year in 2013 and finished as one of four finalists for the Naismith and Wooden national player of the year awards.


Per the Big East conference media guide, here is an additional list of other All-America honors since 1980:

Associated Press (1980-present)

2013: Otto Porter (1st team)
2010: Greg Monroe (3rd team)
2008: Roy Hibbert (2nd team)
2007: Jeff Green (3rd team)
1996: Allen Iverson (First Team)
1992: Alonzo Mourning (First Team)
1991: Dikembe Mutombo (Third Team)
1990: Alonzo Mourning (Second Team)
1989: Charles Smith (Second Team)
1989: Alonzo Mourning (Third Team)
1987: Reggie Williams (First Team)
1985: Patrick Ewing (First Team)
1984: Patrick Ewing (First Team)
1983: Patrick Ewing (First Team)
1982: Eric Floyd (First Team)
1981: Eric Floyd (Second Team)

United Press International (1980-1996)
1996: Allen Iverson (First Team)
1992: Alonzo Mourning (First Team)
1991: Dikembe Mutombo (Third Team)
1989: Charles Smith (Second Team)
1989: Alonzo Mourning (Third Team)
1987: Reggie Williams (First Team)
1985: Patrick Ewing (First Team)
1984: Patrick Ewing (First Team)
1983: Patrick Ewing (Second Team)
1982: Eric Floyd (First Team)

The Sporting News (1997- present; replaced the UPI Team)
2003 Mike Sweetney (Third Team)

U.S. Basketball Writers’ Association
2013: Otto Porter (First Team)
2007: Jeff Green (Second Team)
1996: Allen Iverson (First Team)
1992: Alonzo Mourning (First Team)
1987: Reggie Williams (First Team)
1985: Patrick Ewing (First Team)
1984: Patrick Ewing (First Team)
1983: Patrick Ewing (First Team)
1982: Eric Floyd (First Team)


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