Experienced skill position players looking to put points on the scoreboard
Alec May Named Al Blozis Award winner for team's most valuable player
Alec May breaks Georgetown single-season sacks record
Hoyas conclude their regular season against the Crusader
Hoyas offensive line features four players with starting experience
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 welcomed Bucknell to Multi-Sport Field for a Patriot League matchup on Saturday, Oct. 24 for Homecoming.
Georgetown opened its 2014 and Rob Sgarlata's tenure as Head Coach against Wagner on Sat., August 30.
The Hoyas hosted the Rams on October 12, at Multi-Sport Field.
2012: Started in 11 games, primarily playing right guard on the offensive line...Helped pave the way for the third best rushing attack in the PL (146.1 yards/game)...Part of an offensive line that helped GU average 19.1 first downs per game.
2011: Appeared in 11 games, starting four at left tackle and six at left guard during his freshman season...Was named Second Team All-Patriot League following his strong rookie campaign...Helped the Hoyas to the second best scoring offense in the league (27.0 points/game), while paving the way for 1,623 rushing yards and 1,897 passing yards...Also helped the Hoyas to one of the third most efficient red zone offenses in the country, scoring on .920 percent of its opportunities inside the opponents' 20-yard line (36-for-39).
High School: A four-year letterwinner and starter on the offensive line...Named football team captain during his senior season...Selected All Dade County following his senior season...Preseason All-State Academic selection...Blocked for a running back who broke Frank Gore's Miami-Dade record for most touchdowns in a half with six...Expected to major in international business.