Rob Belli
Rob  Belli

Position:
Running Back Coach

Experience:
Four Years


11/15/2013

Georgetown Travels to Bucknell to Take on Patriot League Rival

Hoyas look to spoil Bison Senior Day

10/24/2013

Georgetown Football Hosts Colgate at Multi-Sport Field on Saturday

Hoyas looking for first Patriot League win

10/11/2013

Georgetown Football Hosts No. 9/10 Fordham on Saturday at Multi-Sport Field

Hoyas host Rams on Georgetown Community Fair and Tailgate Day on campus

Rob Belli is a fourth year coach for Georgetown this season. He played two years at tailback under Head Coach Benson during 1998-1999 and will coach the current Hoya running backs for the fourth straight year.

Belli earned a degree from Georgetown in 2000. He was GU's leading rusher in both 1998 and 1999 gaining 700 yards in 1998 and 826 in 1999. Belli scored 17 touchdowns in 1999 and set the Georgetown single season record. He stands fifth all time in career rushing yardage, racking up 1,526 during his career. As a senior he was awarded the John "Jack" L. Hagerty Award given to the outstanding back on the Hoya football team. Belli's teams won two MAAC Championships during his time in the Blue and Gray. He also played on the same field with assistant coach Mike Mattia. Belli spent a year and a half at the University of Richmond before transferring to Georgetown.

He currently resides in Washington, DC.

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September 9
TBA
Campbell
Buies Creek, N.C.
September 16
TBA
Marist
Cooper Field
September 23
TBA
Columbia
New York, N.Y.