Tim Barnes ready to lead the Hoya offense
Hoyas begin preparation for the 2016 season
Hoyas boast 22 multi-year honorees
Georgetown football recognizes 16 seniors during pre-game ceremony
Football vs. Holy Cross - 11/5/2016
Football vs. Princeton - 10/8/16
Football vs. Davidson - 9/3/16
The Hoyas celebrated Senior Day on Saturday, November 14 against No. 16 Fordham at Cooper Field.
Georgetown football opened its 2015 home schedule against Marist on Saturday, September 12.
2014: Played in four games during his freshman season, seeing time at running back and on special teams...Had his first collegiate carry vs. Harvard (10/4)...Selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
High School: A four-year letterwinner in football and captain during his senior season...The No. 17-ranked player in Mass. by ESPN...Two-time All-NEC selection...Was selected as an All Star by the Lynn Item and Salem News two-times...Selected All-Scholastic Boston Globe following his senior season...In 2013, led Danvers to first playoff appearance in 10 years...Finished career with 2,500 yards on 343 carries and 31 rushing touchdowns and 525 receiving yards on 38 catches with seven touchdowns, also two kick-off return scores...Coached by Sean Rogers in football...Also earned one letter in baseball and two letters in basketball...Was selected as the Pre-Calculus Student of the Year. Personal: Son of Betsy Valles...Has three brothers, Phil, Nick and Cris...Brother, Nick plays football at Springfield College.