In the Huddle with Cole Seiler
Cole Seiler has been a staple of Georgetown’s defense, making a start in 45 games leading into his junior year. In 2013, Seiler scored two goals, including the game winner against Old Dominion, for four points on the season. He also was part of a defense that led the nation in shutout percentage (0.67). Seiler has excelled off the field as well, earning BIG EAST All-Academic honors in 2013-14.
What is your most memorable moment in your playing career at Georgetown?
“Winning the Elite 8 game my freshman year at Shaw Field in front of a packed stadium.”
What is a gameday routine you have for games?
“I listen to “Thunderstruck” in the locker room with the guys on the team before we walk up for games.”
What does “Together, We Are Georgetown” mean to you?
“Georgetown is a family, and as a unit we are not characterized due to just one student or faculty member; rather we as a whole form the university.”
What would you like to say to a donor to The Annual Fund for Georgetown Athletics?
“Thank you for your donations. You help to enhance my college experience and provide my teammates and I with memories that we will never forget.”
How do you give 110% for Georgetown?
“I give 110% for Georgetown by doing extra ball work or lifts on our designated off-days.”
Hoya Facts with Cole Seiler:
The player on my team who makes me laugh most is: Jared Rist
My favorite place to eat in Washington, DC is: Fogo de Chao
If I could vacation anywhere in the world I would go to: The Great Barrier Reef
My favorite class at Georgetown has been: Prisons and Punishment
The best thing about being a Hoya Men’s Soccer student-athlete is: The appreciation and support we get from other Georgetown students
My favorite thing about Coach Wiese is: His vocabulary and calm nature
My teammates would be surprised to know that I: Have 10 chickens