Georgetown-Colgate Football Game to Air on MASN on Saturday

Sept. 26, 2006

Washington, D.C. - The Georgetown University football game against Colgate on Saturday, September 30 will be shown on the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN), it was announced yesterday. The Patriot League matchup will air on a tape-delayed basis at 3:30 p.m., following a game between Navy and Connecticut.

The Hoyas game with the Red Raiders will be rebroadcast on Sunday at 6:30 a.m.

MASN is a regional sports network owned by the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals that reaches 3.6 million households throughout the mid-Atlantic region. For more information, visit

MASN can be found locally on DirecTV (Channel 626), Cox Communications (Ch. 102 in Fairfax, Va.; Ch. 79 in Fredericksburg, Va.), RCN Cable (Channel 84), VerizonFIOS (Channel 66), Charter Communications (check local listings) and Comcast.

Georgetown (1-3 overall, 0-1 Patriot League) faces Colgate (1-2) in the Raiders first league game of the season on Saturday. Kickoff is slated for 1 p.m. at Andy Kerr Stadium. Mark Larson will handle the play-by-play and Dale Drypolcher will serve as the color analyst, with Dan Liedka on the sidelines.

Hoya junior quarterback Matt Bassuener (Port Edwards, Wisc./Edwards/Western Reserve Academy) was named the Patriot League's Offensive Player of the Week on Monday after nearly leading the Hoyas back from a 20-point deficit in a 23-21 loss at Columbia.

Trailing 17-0 in the second quarter, Bassuener came off the bench and finished the game completing 17-of-22 passes for a career-high 177 yards with three touchdowns, while running eight times for 52 yards, including a 22-yard gain on a scoring drive in the third quarter.

The Hoya defense has been led by senior linebacker Chris Paulus (Manlius, N.Y./Christian Brothers), who leads the team and the Patriot League, in tackles with 42 overall. He has led Georgetown in three of four games this year, including a career-high 14 stops against Brown two weeks ago.

This will be the fifth meeting between Georgetown and Colgate. The Raiders have won all four meetings between the teams.



More Headlines
David Akere Embodies the Strength and Spirit of Joe... Each year since 2003, there has been someone different wearing the No. 35... Harrison Bernstein Joins Football Coaching Staff Georgetown University Football Head Coach Rob Sgarlata has announced the... Georgetown Hosts Successful First Bone Marrow Drive The Georgetown University football team partnered with Be The Match to host... Hoyas Enjoy Successful Spring Football Weekend The Georgetown University football team celebrated its Annual Spring Football...
Shop Now


widget powered by zoomph


There are no upcoming events within the next week.