Hoyas Football Announces their Schedule

Georgetown Athletics announced their 2018 football schedule. The Patriot League member will play five or their 11 games at home. Homecoming is September 22nd against Columbia. Sep. 1 at Marist Sep. 8 Campbell Set. 15 at Dartmouth Sep. 22 Columbia (Homecoming) Sep. 29 at Brown Oct. 6 at Fordham * Oct. 13 at Lafayette * […]

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Hoyas Announce New Offensive Coordinator

Per release, Georgetown has announced Rob Spence as their new offensive coordinator. Spence will also coach the wide receivers. Most recently, Spence was the offensive coordinator at Morgan State University. Under Spence’s leadership, the Bears were ranked second in the MEAC in total offense and third in scoring.   Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn

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Hoyas Football: Signing Day

Last week, Georgetown signed 23 players to a National Letter of Intent. The Hoyas had signed five players during the early period. Last season, Georgetown finished 0-6 in the conference, 1-10 overall in the Patriot League. Eleven of the the 23 signees play on the offensive side of the ball. In January the Hoyas named […]

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American Falls to Holy Cross.

American came into their contest with Holy Cross having split their last four Patriot League games. Both the Eagles and Crusaders shared a 2-6 conference record coming in. In what proved to be an exciting game, the Crusaders would outlast American, 60-57. Holy Cross’ Jehyve Floyd would finish with a career high in points (22) […]

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Quick Thought: American at Navy

American (3-10, 0-2) will head up to Annapolis tonight to face the Navy (10-5, 1-1). The Eagles are coming off a close 72-63 loss to Colgate. After being down, 8 early in the second half, the home team fought back to tie the game.  With 6:24 left in the second half, Sa’eed Nelson’s layup got […]

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Instant Reaction: American vs VMI

Final: American 69  VMI 64 Wrap-up The first half started rocky for the home team Eagles. They fell behind early by 9 but, as any coach would what, they stuck to their stuff. Sa’eed Nelson led the first half comeback charge scoring 13 in the first 20 minutes. As the ball moved better, the Eagles […]

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