The Marquette Golden Eagles are still searching for their first true road victory, falling to the Georgetown Hoyas in Washington, D.C. 65-59 on Tuesday night.
Two times in the second half, Marquette pulled to within 1-point, only to see sloppy play come into play.
Georgetown went 15-minutes in the second half with only one basket, but the Hoyas hit 21 of 24 second half free throws to hold off the Golden Eagles.
D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera had 15 points and Jabril Trawick added 13 for the Hoyas (10-4, 2-1 Big East).
Matt Carlino had 16 points and Luke Fischer battled foul trouble to chip in with 13 points for the Golden Eagles (9-6, 1-2 Big East).