We're happy for D'Andre that his doctors have given him clearance to resume full activityGeorgia Tech captain cleared to play May 26, 2009
I reached out to his agent (Saturday night). He called me (Sunday)ex-Ga. Tech player remains in custody Jan 07, 2008
Lewis has been presented with several options, but has been resolute about staying in school at Georgia Tech if at all possibleGeorgia Tech suspends key player Jan 05, 2007
We have decided to shut him down and give him every chance to be 100 percent healthy before we start the regular season on Nov. 10Georgia Tech loses Morrow to back injury Sep 22, 2006
The bottom line is everybody is going through injuries now. It's that time of the yearTech's B.J. Elder sidelined by injury Jan 06, 2005
Paul Harrington Hewitt (born May 4, 1963 in Kingston, Jamaica) is an American college basketball coach at George Mason University and most notably the former head coach at Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). He grew up in Westbury, New York.
After playing at St. John Fisher College, Hewitt coached the Siena College men's college basketball team for 3 years, from 1998 to 2000. He led Siena to their first Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference title game appearance, and coached Siena into the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship tournament.
Hewitt was head coach of the Georgia Tech men's college basketball team from 2000 to 2011. During the 2004 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament, he led them to the championship game against Connecticut. In 2005 he signed a contract extension that automatically rolls over every April, giving him a new 6-year contract. On March 12, 2011, he was fired from his head coaching position at Georgia Tech with a $7.2 million buyout.