Alec May Named Al Blozis Award winner for team's most valuable player
Georgetown football leads Patriot League in honor roll selections
Alec May breaks Georgetown single-season sacks record
Hoyas conclude their regular season against the Crusader
Nick Alfieri eclipses 300 career tackles with career-high 18
The Georgetown football program celebrates their 2014 season before playing the annual Blue vs. Gray Spring Scrimmage.
Georgetown hosted Lehigh on Saturday, November 1, 2014 at Multi-Sport Field.
The Hoyas and Crimson met for the first time on October 4, 2014 at Multi-Sport Field.
The Hoyas played its first road game of the 2014 season at Dayton University
The Hoyas hosted the Rams on October 12, at Multi-Sport Field.
2012: Appeared in four games, seeing time at wide receiver and on special teams...Earned the Robert Paul Dahut Award for the Most Improved Player on offense following spring ball.
2011: Did not see game action during his sophomore season.
2010: Appeared in four games on special teams and in the defensive backfield during his freshman season.
High School: A two-year starter at West Essex, where he played running back, wide receiver, cornerback and returned kicks and punts ... Also played lacrosse and ran track ... Captained both football and track teams ... Named First Team All-State Group 2 in 2009 ... An All-Iron Hills Conference selection and named to the NJ All-State Super 100 ... Named All-Essex County ... West Essex Inductee of National High School Association and College Football Hall of Fame ... Helped lead 2007 team to state title and to conference championships from 2007-09.