Joe Eacobacci No. 35 Jersey tradition discussed in three separate pieces that aired on Tuesday, September 11
Georgetown Football Names Captains and Joe Eacobacci No. 35 Jersey Recipient at Annual Spring Banquet
Isaiah Kempf and Robert McCabe named captains, while Kevin Sullivan earns No. 35 jersey
Hoyas conclude spring practice with offense vs. defense scrimmage at Multi-Sport Field
Hoyas in search of first Patriot League title and FCS Playoff Berth
Hoyas to honor 21 Student-Athletes for their contributions to Georgetown
2010: Appeared in 10 games starting each at safety ... Finished fifth on the team with 66 tackles ... Tied for second on the team with two interceptions, while breaking up four passes and recovering one fumble ... Opened the season with six tackles and an interception in a win at Davidson on Sept. 3 ... Had nine tackles and an interception in a win at Lafayette on Sept. 11 ... Posted a season-high 13 tackles at Colgate on Oct. 1 ... Missed the final game of the season due to injury.
2009: Appeared in three games ... Missed the final eight games of the year with an injury ... Made 19 tackles in the first three games ... Had seven tackles, including three for loss, in the season opener at Holy Cross ... Set a new career-high with 12 tackles against Lafayette. 2008: Had an outstanding first season, appearing in all 10 games and moving into the starting line for the last five games ... Finished the season fifth on the team with 53 tackles ... Had 29 solo stops and 24 assists ... Registered three tackles-for-loss and broke up two passes ... Had two games with double-digit tackles and had six games with at least four stops ... Set a career-high with 11 tackles at Yale, including two for losses ... Had 10 tackles and one pass breakup against Holy Cross ... Made four tackles against Howard in his first collegiate game ... Also had four tackles against Penn ... Registered six tackles, including one for loss, against Bucknell ... Closed out the year with nine tackles at Fordham.
High School: Played two seasons of football at Trinity ... Captained his football team in 2007 ... Named First-Team All-District in 2006 and 2007 ... Named Third-Team Texas ... Honorable Mention All-State ... Coached by Coach Averitt.
Personal: Son of Lamavaina and Sione ... Born on June 2, 1990 ... Has four brothers Mapu, Joe, Misi and Palo as well as four sisters Lolina, Lupe, Kepi and Jenny... Plans to major in business.