Welcome to HoyaSaxa.com. Here's where you will find more news and information than you'll ever need to know about Georgetown University football. If you're looking for the official athletics site instead, link here.

Georgetown is a football-only member of the Patriot League, the latest chapter in a gridiron tradition which began in 1874. For coverage of Georgetown basketball, visit our basketball site.

 

Latest News

Five More Announced For 2016

Updated 6/30/16

The Georgetown football office announced five additional recruits to join the Hoyas in 2016, including two transfers.

The timing was unusual in that many such announcements take place in the school year or upon roster departures at year's end, but neither was cited in the release.

"We are all very excited to welcome these five student-athletes to the Hoya football family," said coach Rob Sgarlata. "All five will add to the quality of our program on and off the field. I cannot wait to get them working with the rest of our team when training camp begins in August."

Each of the five had previously announced a commitment to Georgetown in the spring. They include:

Leon Agee: A 6-0 DB from Laurel, MS, Agee chose Georgetown over an offer at NCAA Division II Mississippi College.

Michael Dereus: A 6-1 WR from Hyde Park, MA, Dereus played a prep year at Williston-Northampton School after his high school career at Brighton HS.

Chris Gavin: Recruited to VMI as a running back in 2015, the South Carroll (MD) graduate is listed as a linebacker prospect on the Georgetown release. Gavin will have four years of eligibility remaining.

Cameron Seward: A 6-1 DB from Atlanta, Seward signed with Boston College in 2014 over offers from California and Mississippi State. He saw action in one game in 2015. Seward will have three years eligibility at Georgetown.

Justin Wood: A 6-4, 270 lb. LB, Wood played at Loyalsock Township HS in Williamsport, PA and was an all-conference recipient as a senior.

The 2016 roster has not been released to date.

2015 in Review

A Shocking Start

Linebacker Ty Williams is critically injured in a 48-20 loss to St. Francis.

Rally For Ty

The team comes together in a 34-7 rout of Marist.

1916 Avenged

Dartmouth and Georgetown meet for the first time in 99 years.

Lou Little Trophy

Georgetown earns a 24-16 win at Columbia.

Harvard, With Authority

Undefeated Crimson rolls to shutout win on ESPN3.

Homecoming Heroes

Defense comes up big in Georgetown's Homecoming win.

Colgate Prevails

Hoyas come up short in home loss to Colgate.

Bison Bounced

Georgetown spoils the Bucknell Homecoming, 17-9.

Lehigh, Again

Enginners hold off Hoyas for its 15th consecutive win vs GU.

A Fight With Fordham

16th-ranked Rams prevail late vs. Hoyas, 38-31.

Crusaders Take Finale

Holy Cross pulls away in 2015 season finale, 45-0.

All-Patriot League

Seven Georgetown players honored.

The (Return Of The) MSF Clock

It has been days since construction was halted on the Multi-Sport Facility. It has also been days since the announcement of the Cooper family gift, with no public University statement to a construction timeline.

Then and now, give our students a home that befits Georgetown.
 

Related Stories

Ty Williams Injury

Here's a link to prior coverage from the Sept. 6 injury to junior LB Tyrell Williams.

 

Cooper Family Gift

Here's a link to prior coverage from the Oct. 6 announcement on a $50M gift to helpsupport Georgetown football.

Lou Little Trophy

Georgetown and Columbia have begun a trophy series in honor of former coach Lou Little. But who was Little? From the Georgetown Football History Project, an inside look at a coach whose move from the Hilltop to Morningside Heights changed the course of both programs.

 

More Games Online

A note in the PL media guide notes that all Georgetown games in the PL will be seen on the Patriot League Network, a free hi-res video service previously utilized by six of the seven PL schools, but not Georgetown. For the past decade, GU has promoted a pay per view model at $9.95 per month.

Also Worth Reading

Hoya-preneurs

Three Georgetown football players are building a start-up business to promote a coffee flavored energy drink. Read more here in a video feature from WUSA-9.

The Fight Continues

It has been a uphill climb for former QB David Fajgenbaum since he graduated from GU in 2007. Fajgenbaum has dedicated his life to fighting a disease that fights against him. Read more here.

NextStep Fitness

Georgetown Football supports NextStep Fitness, providing the opportunity for health and recovery for people living with mobility impairments. Read more here.

Friends of Jaclyn

Georgetown Football supports the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation, which aims to improve the quality of life for children battling pediatric brain tumors. Read more here.