Tim Barnes ready to lead the Hoya offense
Nolan finished career as Hoyas career leader in pass attempts, completions and total yards
Tim Barnes named Joe Eacobacci No. 35 jersey recipient; Ty Williams earns First Tyrell Williams Sisu Award
Hoyas begin preparation for the 2016 season
Georgetown Football held its banquet to celebrate the 2015 season and the Senior Class of 2016 at the Leavey Center
The Hoyas celebrated Senior Day on Saturday, November 14 against No. 16 Fordham at Cooper Field.
Hoyas fell to Big Green, 31-10, in front of a sell-out crowd at Multi-Sport Field.
Georgetown football opened its 2015 home schedule against Marist on Saturday, September 12.
The Georgetown football program celebrates their 2014 season before playing the annual Blue vs. Gray Spring Scrimmage.
2013:2013: Played in nine games, starting the final five of the season at quarterback...Finished season with a 110.77 efficiency rating, completing 118-of-195 passes for 1,081 yards, with four touchdowns and three interceptions...Second on the team in rushing with 242 yards on 61 carries and four rushing touchdowns...Completed 19-of-30 passes for 140 yards and one touchdown in his first start of the season at Lehigh (10/19)...Threw for a season-high 257 yards, completing 23-of-40 passes with a long of 55 yards with one touchdown vs. Colgate (10/26)...Completed 29-of-44 passes for 253 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions vs. Lafayette (11/2)...Led GU to a season-finale win, completing 19-of-32 passes for 227 yards and rushing for 143 yards on 18 carries, including an 82 yard touchdown run to earn PL Weekly Honorable Mention at Holy Cross (11/23).
2012:Played and started in three games during his freshman season, leading GU to a win over Lafayette (10/27)...Completed 33-of-76 pass attempts for 473 yards with four touchdowns and four interceptions, with a long TD of 62 yards...Earned PL Rookie of the Week honors after completing 16-of-39 with 260 yards and three TD passes in a loss to Colgate (10/20).
High School: A six-time letterwinner, earning three in each football and basketball at Branford High School, while being named team captain and All-Conference in both sports...Attended Choate Rosemary Hall as a post graduate, where he started at quarterback...helped lead Choate football and basketball teams to the NEPSAC Class-A championship games...First Team Class-A New England Prep School Athletic Conference in football...Connecticut All-Star Team selection 2011...Connecticut High School Coach Association Academic All-State...Member of the National Honor Society. Coached by Mike Tracy at Branford and Erik Cooper at Choate Rosemary Hall.