With the win today, head coach Steve Lavin became the first St. John's head coach since Lou Carnesecca to amass three 20-win seasons.
St. John's finished the regular season with a 16-4 mark in home games, the most home wins since the 1999-2000 season.
The Red Storm improved to 18-0 this season when holding its opponent to 70 points or less and also improved to 7-0 when scoring at least 80 points.
The Red Storm now has a 19-1 record when shooting better than its opponent.
St. John's shot 50.0 percent (8-of-16) from the long range, the sixth time this season shooting at least 50.0 percent from distance. The Red Storm is 5-1 in such contests.
With an eight-block effort, St. John's has now totaled at least eight blocks in 10 games this season and is averaging 6.7 blocks per game.
St. John's held Georgetown to 37.9 percent (25-of-66) from the field. The Hoyas entered the game shooting 46.1 percent.
St. John's had four players reach double-figures for the 11th time in the last 14 games.
The Red Storm committed seven turnovers, marking its 17th game this season with 10 or fewer turnovers.
Phil Greene IV made a career-high six 3-pointers and finished with a career-high 26 points, while adding a season-high seven rebounds. The 26-point effort marked Greene's fourth 20-point game this season and ninth of his career.
Sir'Dominic Pointer scored 24 points to match a career-high and record his sixth-career 20-point game and third in the past five contests. In his last 12 games, Pointer is averaging 18.2 points, 8.5 rebounds, 3.5 blocks, and shooting 54.5 percent (85-of-156) from the field.
Rysheed Jordan scored 15 points to reach double-figures for the 20th time this season. Jordan added four rebounds, three assists, and three steals.
Jamal Branch had his sixth double-figure scoring game of the season, totaling 10 points. Branch added five rebounds, his most since a seven-rebound effort vs. Seton Hall on Dec. 31, 2014.