I-95 crash temporarily sidelines Georgetown team

Georgetown coach John Thompson III motions to his players during the first half of a January game against Butler in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/AJ Mast)

Georgetown University’s men’s basketball team was involved Monday in a highway accident, but a team spokesman said none of the players sustained major injuries.

The crash occurred on I-95 North outside of Baltimore as the Hoyas were heading to Pennsylvania to play Villanova.

Team spokesman Mex Carey said team members got off the bus to assist people in the other car involved in the accident.

According to the university, the bus company provided another bus so that the Hoyas could to continue their trip.

Georgetown plays at No. 2 Villanova on Tuesday night.