Georgetown Football Announces 2010 Schedule

March 25, 2010

WASHINGTON - The Georgetown University football team is scheduled to play an 11-game slate that kicks off on Saturday, Sept. 4 at Davidson College and concludes with the fifth-straight meeting between the Hoyas and Marist College on Nov. 20. The schedule includes six Patriot League contests, five home dates and five non-league contests.

Georgetown opens the 2010 season with three-straight road games, beginning on Saturday, Sept. 4 when the team visits Davidson. This will be the first meeting between the Hoyas and the Wildcats since the 2005 season, when Davidson posted a 10-3 win. Georgetown leads the head-to-head series between the teams, 4-3, and posted a 23-0 win on the road during the 2004 season.

The Hoyas will continue on the road on Saturday, Sept. 11, opening Patriot League play at Lafayette. A non-league game at Yale will be played the following weekend, on Saturday, Sept. 18.

The Blue & Gray will play their home opener on Saturday, Sept. 25, hosting conference rival Holy Cross.

The team hits the road again on Saturday, Oct. 2, visiting Colgate.

Georgetown returns back to the Multi-Sport Field the following week and will play four of its final six games of the season at home, starting with a non-league date on Saturday, Oct. 9 against Northeast Conference foe Wagner.

The Hoyas continue Patriot League play on Saturday, Oct. 16, hosting Bucknell.

The team will hit the road again for their final two away games of the season - first on Saturday, Oct. 23 at Sacred Heart and then on Saturday, Oct. 30 at Fordham - before a bye week.

Georgetown closes out the season with a pair of home games, first hosting Patriot League rival Lehigh on Saturday, Nov. 13 and then closing out the regular season on Saturday, Nov. 20, hosting Marist.



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