Georgetown parted ways with head coach Patrick Ewing after six seasons with the program, the school announced Thursday.

The Hoyas had a record of 75-109 (.408 winning percentage) under Ewing's watch. They went a combined 13-50 over his final two seasons, including 2-37 in Big East play.

"Patrick Ewing is the heart of Georgetown basketball," Georgetown president John J. DeGioia said. "I am deeply grateful to Coach Ewing for his vision, his determination, and for all that he has enabled Georgetown to achieve. Over these past six years, he was tireless in his dedication to his team and the young men he coached, and we will forever be grateful to Patrick for his courage and his leadership in our Georgetown community."