Note: Since 2008, awards are no longer being regularly presented by the staff.
- Daly MVP Award
- Outstanding Player Award
- Raymond Medley Award
- Mary Fenlon Award
- Manager's Award
- Coaches Award
- Robert A. Duffey Scholar Athlete Award
- All-Big East Honors
- Big East Scholar Athlete Award
- NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship
Francis "Reds" Daly MVP Award
The Daly Award has been presented since 1955 for the most valuable letterman each season for the Georgetown men's basketball program. It is named after Francis Daly (C'40), a two sport letterman in basketball and football who was killed in action during the Battle of Iwo Jima in 1945.
Outstanding Player Award
On select occasions, a player who has not won the Daly Award has been honored for his oustanding contributions to the team.
Raymond Medley Award
The Medley Award has been presented since 1977 to the player or manager judged to be a model student athlete by his performance on and off the court. It is named after Raymond "Pebbles" Medley (1918-1982), a member of the Georgetown athletics community for 56 years and a tireless supporter of Hoya athletics.
1993-Gordon Bobb, manager
Mary Fenlon Award
The Mary Fenlon Scholar Athlete Award has been presented since 1977 to the player judged by his outstanding academic and athletic contributions to the team. The award was recently named for Mary Fenlon, academic advisor from 1972-1999.
1991-Rhahime Bell, manager
Student managers have been a part of Hoya basketball since its founding. An award was established in 1981 to honor the year's outstanding manager.
1995-Ron Frankowski, Brian Tomcak
2007-M. Bahar, G. Feeney, C. Golski, R. Moss
The Coaches Award was restored in 2007 after a nearly two decade absence.
1991-Rhaime Bell, manager
2010-Ryan Dougherty, Julian Vaughn
Robert A. Duffey Scholar Athlete Award
The most distinguished award available to a Georgetown athlete is the Robert A. Duffey Award, presented since 1955 to the outstanding scholar athlete among all University teams. The award has been presented to four men's basketball lettermen during this time. It is named after Robert Duffey (C'44), a two sport letterman in basketball and football who was killed in action during military service in World War II. Four basketball lettermen have received the Duffey Award to date.
Big East Scholar Athlete Award
Awarded by the Big East conference since 1985 to the oustanding men's basketball player who combines academic and athletic achievement.
NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship
Awarded by the NCAA since 1960 to a select number of men's basketball scholar-athletes nationwide to pursue graduate studies.