Hoyas Set for Annual Spring Football Weekend

April 10, 2017

WASHINGTON - The Georgetown University football team continues its spring practice schedule, taking the field early on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings, as the Hoyas prepare for their Annual Spring Football Weekend, April 21-22.

The weekend will open on Friday evening with the annual Blue & Gray Spring Game. Kickoff at Cooper Field is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. The spring game is open to the public and admission is free.

Following the spring game, the football program will host its first annual 4 for 40 Dinner at 7:30 p.m. in Nolan Hall of Georgetown's Thompson Center. The dinner, which is open to alumni of the program and the current seniors, is a social event for the alums to welcome the members of the class of 2017 into their ranks.

On Saturday afternoon, the Hoyas will host the Hoya Football Annual Awards banquet at 1 p.m. in the Leavey Center Ballroom on campus. Head Coach Rob Sgarlata and his staff will recognize the graduating class of 2017, hand out the team awards from the 2016 season and announce the 2017 Joe Eacobacci Memorial No. 35 Jersey recipient.

For any alums interested in attending the 4 for 40 Dinner on Friday, April 21, please click HERE.

To register for the awards banquet on Saturday, April 22, please click HERE. Day-of registrations will not be accepted.


 

 

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