WASHINGTON - Scoop Jardine had 17 points and seven assists to help No. 17 Syracuse beat No. 11 Georgetown 58-51 on Saturday, the Hoyas' first game without injured senior point guard Chris Wright. The Orange (24-6, 11-6 Big East) won their fourth consecutive game by pulling away down the stretch after the teams were tied at 45 with 7 minutes left. With Wright's 93-game starting streak snapped because of a broken left hand, Georgetown's offense slowed to a halt for stretches. Austin Freeman had 16 points for the Hoyas (21-8, 10-7). Georgetown ranks No. 6 in the country in field-goal percentage at 48.9, but Syracuse limited the Hoyas to 36 percent (18 for 50). Wright was hurt in a loss to Cincinnati on Wednesday. He leads the Hoyas in assists and is second to Freeman in scoring. Hollis Thompson started in Wright's place and was 0 for 5 from the field.