Last week is a testament to the character and strength of the Georgetown community. The Cooper family, our alumni, families and supporters are what makes Georgetown a special place. The people truly do make the place.
Continue reading →
This past Friday, we played at Harvard University for the first time in the long history of both programs. The game was carried by ESPN3. Under unexpectedly clear skies, we competed against a very good football team. We lost by a score of 45-0. We were outgained by the Crimson 494 yards to 222 yards. The score and the total yards do not tell the entire story of the game. Continue reading →
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 →
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 →
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 →
Two of our players have been honored ahead of the season by being named to the MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List. Junior forward Brandon Allen and sophomore defender Joshua Yaro are both part of the 32-player list, which names the national player of the year at season’s end. Continue reading →