Archive for September, 2015

Coming Up Big Over Columbia

September 29th, 2015

Lou Little is back on the Hilltop. Thanks to Pat McArdle and Hoyas Bruce Simmons, Rory Quirk and Dick Williams for making this trophy a reality. It is always great to compete in the New York area. I want to thank all of our alums, parents and friends for coming to the game. It was great to have the players sing the fight song with our supporters after the game. Continue reading

Rob Sgarlata

The goal for this weekend is to take one play at a time. Over the first three games, we have played well in stretches. To be successful this weekend, we must be more consistent mentally and physically. Every player and coach has a role to play this weekend. Columbia will present a great opportunity for us to continue to develop our team in all three phases. Continue reading

Rob Sgarlata

A True Match Against Dartmouth

September 22nd, 2015

The last meeting between the two schools was 99 years ago, in 1916, which the Hoyas won 10-0. Unfortunately, we were not able to match that feat on Saturday – losing in front of a sell-out crowd on the Hilltop. Continue reading

Rob Sgarlata

The first half of Saturday’s home opener against Marist was the most complete half of football we have played in the past two years. Our players came out of the locker room focused and ready to play. We led 31-7 at the half and all three areas of the team contributed to the solid performance.Defensively, the effort was led by sophomore defensive back David Akere. David recorded 12 total tackles and had a key interception which set up our first touchdown. Continue reading

Rob Sgarlata

Hoya Football United

September 11th, 2015

Since 9/11, the Georgetown community has rallied around the Eacobacci family and the football program to turn a tragedy into an amazing display of what it is to be a Hoya. Continue reading

Rob Sgarlata

Hoyas Take Down Top Team

September 10th, 2015

To say that our 3-1 win over #1 UCLA last Monday afternoon was a team effort is an understatement. What does a team effort look like? A sellout crowd at Shaw Field with close to 1,000 students lining the field to give a postseason energy to the game. Continue reading

Brian Wiese

Hoyas Fall In Season Opener

September 9th, 2015

I would like to thank the entire Georgetown community for their genuine concern and outpouring of support for Ty Williams. Father Kemp said a Mass for Ty on Monday with our team, and a number of other athletic teams in Dahlgren Chapel. Everyone prayed for Ty’s speedy recovery. I would also like to thank the entire Saint Francis University community. We are eternally grateful for the kindness and compassion they have shown to Ty and his family. Continue reading

Rob Sgarlata

Ty is a very strong person who understands the true meaning of SISU. I know he will be an incredible example of grit and courage in the face of adversity for the entire Georgetown community as he begins his journey to recovery. Continue reading

Rob Sgarlata

Football Tickets Now On Sale

September 2nd, 2015

For only $25, season tickets are the best way to see the Hoyas in action at every home game this fall! Single game tickets are available for every home game including the Homecoming game vs. Lafayette on October 10. Continue reading

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Hoyas Kick Off Season in Florida

September 1st, 2015

The disadvantage of playing a hard schedule is that if you don’t get things just right, you’re likely to lose. The advantage of playing a hard schedule is that you find out a lot about yourself in those games. That certainly held true for our opening weekend in Florida. Continue reading

Brian Wiese

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