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Sports Information Contact
Ryan A. Sakamoto
office: 202.687.5241
cell: 610.428.1492
email: [email protected]
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
GAME 10 -
Holy Cross (4-7, 2-3 Patriot) vs. Georgetown (2-8, 0-5 Patriot)
Saturday, November 22, 2014 - Noon
Multi-Sport Field • Washington, D.C.
• BROADCAST: Saturday’s game will be broadcast live on HoyaVision
via the Georgetown Athletics official website - www.GUHoyas.com with Jeremy Huber providing play-by-play and Chuck Timanus adding
analysis. Monika Moore will report from the sideline. Fans can also find
game updates from the team’s official twitter account: @HoyasFB.
QUICK HITS...
Overall: 2-8
DATE
Aug. 30
Sept. 6
Sept. 13
Sept. 20
Sept. 27
Oct. 4
Oct. 11
Oct. 25
Nov. 1
Nov. 15
Nov. 22
Conf.: 0-5
Home: 1-4
OPPONENT
WAGNER
at Dayton
at Marist
BROWN
at Colgate*
HARVARD
at Lafayette*
BUCKNELL*§
LEHIGH*
at No. 7 Fordham*
HOLY CROSS*
Away: 1-4
TIME
L, 21-3
L, 24-13
W, 27-7
W,17-3
L,19-0
L,34-3
L,24-21
L,22-17
L,27-19
L,52-7
Noon
* Patriot League Game
§ Homecoming
home games in BOLD CAPS played at Multi-Sport Field
2014 HOLY CROSS FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
• TODAY’S GAME VS. HOLY CROSS...The Hoyas and Crusaders meet for the 27th time in series history, with GU trailing 16-10. Georgetown has won three of the last four matchups , including a dramatic 28-21 victory to conclude 2013. Kyle
Nolan’s 82-yard touchdown run proved to be the game-winner.
• 21 SENIORS TO BE HONORED PRE-GAME...The Hoyas will celebrate senior day prior to the game honoring 21 student-athletes who
have dedicated their collegiate careers to the Georgetown football program. This year’s seniors made an impact as freshmen helping GU to
its best Patriot League season in 2011...The seniors have also grown
mustaches for “Movember” to support prostate cancer awareness.
• MAY LEADS NATION IN SACK...Senior defensive end Alec
May leads the PL and the FCS with 15.5 sacks (1.55/game)
and has moved to fifth in GU program history with 27 career
sacks. He is 0.5 sacks away from Janne Kouri’s single-season program record of 16 set in 1996 and 2.5 away from the
PL record of 18 set by Andrew Hollingsworth (Towson) in 2000.
• ALFIERI LEADS PL IN TACKLES..Senior linebacker Nick Alfieri posted seven tackles vs. No. 7 Fordham to reach 322 career tackles. He became the third player in program history to
eclipse 300 tackles, joining Robert McCabe (407) and Nick Parrish
(349). Alfieri is a two-timePL Def. Player of the Week this season.
•JO’EL KIMPELA MOVING THE CHAINS...Junior running
back Jo’el Kimpela is tied for third in the Patriot League averaging 5.3 yards per carry. Over his last four PL games, Kimpela
has averaged 7.05 yards per carry, the best stretch of his career. He has topped the 100-yard mark three times this season.
• HOYAS ARE PATRIOT LEAGUE TURNOVER MARGIN LEADERS: The
Hoyas defense has been opportunistic this season creating 19 turnovers,
including 12 interceptions. Junior cornerback Ettian Scott leads the team
with four and junior safety Garrett Powers has three, GU’s offense has
turned the ball over 12 times this season, giving the team a +7 turnover
margin, the best mark in the Patriot League and among the top in the FCS
Overall: 4-7
DATE
Aug. 30
Sept. 6
Sept. 13
Sept. 19
Sept. 27
Oct. 4
Oct. 11
Oct. 18
Oct. 25
Nov. 8
Nov. 15
Nov. 22
Conf.: 2-3
Home: 3-2 Away: 1-5
OPPONENT
RESULTS
at Albany
L,14-13
MORGAN STATE
W,29-26
CENTRAL CONNECTICUT
W,20-7
at Harvard
L,41-18
No. 16 FORDHAM*
L,45-16
at Colgate*
L,20-17
at Brown
L,27-24(2OT)
at Dartmouth
L,24-21
at Lafayette*
W,24-14
LEHIGH*
W,27-20
BUCKNELL*
L,31-24(OT)
at Georgetown*
Noon
* Patriot League game
Home games in BOLD CAPS played at Fitton Field
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
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MEDIA POLICIES / HISTORY
MEDIA SERVICES AND POLICIES
Sports Information Office
THE LAST TIME GEORGETOWN...
Football Contact: Ryan Sakamoto
Office Phone: 202-687-5241
Cell Phone: 610-428-1492
Fax: 202-687-2491
E-Mail: [email protected]
Press Box Phone: 202-687-6740
Interview Policy
Personal interviews with Head Coach Rob Sgarlata, his staff and players can be arranged through Ryan Sakamoto at 610-428-1492 or
[email protected] Student-athletes are available in person
and for phone interviews Monday through Thursday, subject to the individual student-athlete’s academic responsibilities. Arrangements for
all interviews should be made at least 24 hours in advance. Home and
cell phone numbers will not be given out. The best time to reach Coach
Sgarlata by phone is weekday mornings.
On the Web
Media and fans can find the latest news, up-to-date statistics and team
information on the Georgetown athletics website, www.guhoyas.com.
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HoyaVision
Georgetown University’s athletic department will bring Georgetown
home football contests live over the Internet via streaming video during the 2013 season. To view the games on your computer visit: www.
guhoyas.com.
What’s a Hoya
Many years ago, when all Georgetown students
were required to study Greek and Latin, the
University’s
teams
were
nicknamed
“The
Stonewalls.” It is suggested that a student, using
Greek and Latin terms, started the cheer “Hoya
Saxa!”, which translates into “What Rocks!” The
name proved popular and the term “Hoyas” was
eventually adopted for all Georgetown teams.
An Old Tradition Returns
The 2003 Hoyas restarted an old Hilltop tradition by singing the Georgetown fight song after every
victory. It was the idea of Georgetown President John J. DeGioia and Head Coach Bob Benson. The
squad learns the song during preseason by having each position group sing off against another group
with the loser earning extra conditioning the next day. Georgetown’s first rendition of the song came at
Lafayette on October 5, 2003. The Hoyas have continued the revived tradition ever since.
GEORGETOWN FIGHT SONG
“It’s been so long since last we met
Lie down forever, lie down
Oh, have you any money to bet
Lie down forever, lie down!”
“There goes old... Georgetown
Straight for a... touchdown
See how they... gain ground
Lie down forever, lie down
Lie down forever, lie down!”
“Rah! Rah! Rah!
Hurrah for Georgetown
Cheer for victory today
‘Ere the sun has sunk to rest,
In the cradle of the west
In the clouds will proudly float the Blue and Gray.”
“We’ve heard those loyal fellows up at Yale
Brag and boast about their ‘Boola-Boola’
We’ve heard the Navy yell, we’ve listened to Cornell
We’ve heard the sons of Harvard tell
How Crimson lines could hold them
‘Choo! Choo! Rah! Rah!’, dear to Holy Cross
The proud old Princeton tiger is never at a loss
But the yell of all the yells, the yell that wins the day
Is the ‘HOYA, HOYA SAXA!’ of the dear Old Blue and Gray.”
Follow @HoyasFB
on Twitter
Shut out opponent............................................... 2006, Stony Brook, 7-0
Was shut out by opponent.................................... 2012, Holy Cross 24-0
Ended game in tie........................................................... 1987, F&M, 3-3
Scored between:
40-49.....................................................2013, vs. DAVIDSON, W, 42-6
50-59.............................................................. 2011, at Marist, W, 55-28
60-69.................................................................... 1940, Roanoke, 66-0
70-79................................................................1926, Washington, 78-0
80-89.............................................................. 1928, Susquehana, 88-0
90-plus...................................................................1915, St. Louis, 90-0
Had an opponent score between:
40-49..................................................................2013, at Lehigh, 45-24
50-59.................................................................... 2014, Fordham, 52-7
60-69....................................................................2002, at Lehigh, 0-69
70-plus.........................................................................1890, Navy, 4-70
Scored a def. extra point............................................ 2003, Stony Brook
Recorded a safety..........................J. Richardson 2013, vs. Fordham
Did not commit a turnover............................................2014, vs. Harvard
Forced 5+ turnovers...................................................2012, vs. Lehigh, 7
Forced 5+ interceptions...........................................2004, at Davidson, 5
Had 8+ turnovers....................................................2004, at Duquesne, 8
Was penalized 100+ yards............................2014, at Lafayette, 9-115
Played an overtime game............................... 2010, vs. Wagner, 22-16 L
Won a game in the last min..................................2012, Princeton, 21-20
Lost a game in the last min......................................2010, at Yale, 40-35
THE LAST TIME A HOYA...
30-39 rushes............................................K. Sarin, 2004, Holy Cross, 33
40 + rushes.......................................................S. Iorio, 1996, at SJU, 44
100-199 yards rushing.............Jo’el Kimpela vs. Lafayette 2014,159
..................................................Danny Wright vs. Lafayette 2014, 106
200 + yards rushing................................... J. Sims, 2003, Davidson, 268
Mult. 100 yds rushing........... J.Kimpela/D. Wright 2014 vs. Lafayette
A 50-59 yard run............................Daniel Wright, 2014 vs. Brown, 57
A 60-69 yard run...................................... B. Durham, 2011, at Marist, 67
A 70-79 yard run.......................................... J. Todisco, 1995, at Iona, 74
An 80 + yard run......................... Kyle Nolan, 2013, at Holy Cross, 82
3 rushing TDs............................. N. Campanella, vs. Davidson, 2012 (4)
60+ yard pass.......................... Matt Buckman, 2014, vs. Bucknell, 67
5+ passing TDs...........................................D. Paulus, 2002, Bucknell, 5
20-29 completions............................. Isaiah Kempf, 2013, at Wagner 21
30+ completions...................................... Isaiah Kempf, 2013, Marist, 35
200-299 yds passing........................Kyle Nolan, 2013, Lafayette, 253
300-399 yds passing............................. Isaiah Kempf, 2013, Marist, 398
400+ yds passing........................................... J.J. Mont, 1998, Iona, 401
Mult. 100 yds Receiving....... J. DeCicco/Z. Wilke, 2013, Marist 118/108
100-149 yds Receiving...........................D. Sprotte, Lafayette 2013, 102
150-199 yds Receiving....................Kevin Macari, 2012, at Colgate, 181
200+ yds receiving.......................................G. Hester, 2000, Butler, 271
10+ receptions....................................... Dan Sprotte, 2013, Lafayette 11
3 TD receptions.......................................Kevin Macari, 2012, at Colgate
4 TD receptions................................ Luke McArdle, 2003, at Holy Cross
5 TD receptions.................................................. G. Hester, 2000, Butler
40-yd Field Goal....................... Henry Darmstadter, 2014, Brown (44)
5 FGs in a game........................................ M. Gillman, 2004, St. Francis
2-pt conversion (pass).....................................D. Hughes, 2009, Howard
5 extra points............................... Matt MacZura(6), 2013, vs. Davidson
10+ punts.................................................B. Scoffern, 2004, Bucknell, 10
A 70+ yard punt...................................... M. MacZura, 2010, Wagner, 70
Kickoff ret. for TD......................... Jeremy Moore 2010, at Yale, 85 yards
Int. return for TD........................Phil Novacki, 2014, at Marist, 48 yds
Punt return for TD........................Kevin Macari, 2012, vs. Yale, 79 yards
4 Sacks.............................................................. Alec May, 2014 Brown
4 interceptions................................. J. Corcoran, 1980, St. Francis (Pa.)
Blocked extra point.............................Ettian Scott, 2013, vs. Davidson
Blocked field goal.......J. Richardson, H. Kiselick, 2013, vs. Davidson
Scored a def. extra pt........................................M. Fronczke, 2003, SBU
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
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2014 ROSTER
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
61
62
63
67
68
69
70
71
72
74
NAME
Hunter Kiselick
Tyrell Williams
Jimmie Pope
Wardell Crutchfield III
Justin Hill
Michael Cimilluca
Justin Harrell
Phil Novacki
Richard Shankle
John Egan
Tommy Jesson
Porter Huntley
Kyle Nolan
Tim Barnes
Peter Mahoney
Patrick Finnegan
Ettian Scott
Marquis Wright
Daniel Wright
Cameron Gamble
Myles Braxton-Johnson
Jo’el Kimpela
Isaac Ellsworth
Chad Coleman
Troye Bullock
Jake DeCicco
David Akere
Javan Robinson
Daniel Yankovich
Patrick Boyle
Michael Smith
Garrett Powers
Gibson Vaught
Nick Alfieri
Jake Johnson
Ben Priddy
Henry Darmstadter
John Oblachinski
Joshua Lightburn
Larenz Griggs
Ryan Rattay
Nathan Avery
Matthew Satchell
Muhammad Wainwright
Alex Valles
James Rooney
Jelani Williamson
Henry Woodrow
Nick Quintans
Leo Loughrey
Casey Kuhns
Harry McCollum
Matthew Apuzzi
Robert Longwell
Warren Wynn
Dominic Scarangella
Daniel Oyola
Michael Kasten
Andrew Green
Gordon DeGeorge
Milan Urukalo
Chapman Wingo
Nick James
Gerverus Flagg
Matt Hungate
William Duncan
POS.
LB
RB/LB
WR LB
WR
WR
WR
DL
DL
DB
WR
DB
QB
QB
QB
QB
DB
WR
RB/WR
DB
WR
RB
RB
DB
FB
WR
DB
DB
DB
LB
LB
DB
DL
LB
DB
K
K
DB
LB
DB
LB
FB
LB
LB/TE
RB
DB
DB
P
OL
LB
LB
P
LB
LS
LS
OL
OL
OL
LS
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
CL.
Jr.
So.
So.
Sr.
So.
R-Sr.
Fr.
So.
Sr.
Sr.
So.
So.
Jr.
So.
Fr.
So.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Fr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Fr.
So.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
So.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
So.
So.
So.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
HT.
6-1
6-1
6-3
6-0
6-2
5-10
6-0
6-3
6-3
5-11
6-1
6-2
6-5
6-3
6-4
6-1
6-1
6-3
5-10
5-11
5-11
5-11
5-6
5-11
6-1
6-1
6-1
6-2
6-0
6-0
6-3
6-1
6-5
6-0
5-9
6-0
5-7
6-2
6-1
5-10
6-2
6-1
6-1
6-3
6-0
6-1
5-8
6-1
6-3
6-2
5-11
6-3
6-0
6-1
6-1
6-3
6-3
6-3
6-2
6-4
6-4
6-5
6-6
6-3
6-4
6-4
WT.
245
220
190
230
195
187
185
255
250
193
180
185
225
200
210
190
180
185
195
192
185
195
160
175
230
190
190
195
205
225
220
192
245
220
170
180
160
200
215
175
220
225
225
225
210
180
160
185
290
230
220
190
215
195
220
270
276
265
225
270
280
280
270
290
261
260
HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL [PREVIOUS SCHOOL]
Nutley, N.J./Bergen Catholic
Gaithersburg, Md./Quince Orchard
Shaker Heights, Ohio/Shaker Heights
Pomona, Calif./Baldwin Park
Pittsburgh, Pa./Montour
Fairfield, N.J./West Essex
New Orleans, La./Newman
Great Falls, Va./Langley
Atlanta, Ga./South Gwinnett
Atlanta, Ga./The Westminster School (Ga.)
Orlando, Fla./East River
Dallas, Texas/Jesuit
Branford, Conn./Choate Rosemary Hall
Oradell, N.J./River Dell Regional
Shaker Heights, Ohio/St. Ignatius
Palos Verdes Estates, Calif./Loyola
Okinawa, Japan/Northside (N.C.)
Fort Lauderdale, Fla./North Broward Prep
Washington, D.C./St. John’s Collegek
Powder Springs, Ga./McEachern
Bradenton, Fla./Southeast
Kinshasa, D.R. Congo/Euless Trinity
Belfort, Texas/Euless Trinity
Flint, Mich./Carman-Ainsworth
Suitland, Md./DeMatha
Kingston, N.Y./Kingston
Carrollton, Texas/Hebron
Carrollton, Texas/Hebron
Ramsey, N.J./Don Bosco Prep
Wheaton, Ill./Benet Academy
Cranberry Twp., Pa./Seneca Valley
Columbus, Ohio/Upper Arlington
Ashland, Va./Patrick Henry
Portland, Ore./Jesuit[TheHotchkiss School]
Corapolis, Pa./West Allegheny
Davidsonville, Md./Severn
Alexandria, Va./George Mason
Cranford, N.J./Cranford
North Charleston, S.C./Fort Dorchester[Kent School]
Lithonia, Ga./Martin Luther King Jr.
Toledo, Ohio/St. John’s Jesuit
Houston, Texas/St. John’s
Cherry Hill, N.J./Cherry Hill East
New Brunswick, N.J./The Hun School
Danvers, Mass./Danvers
Sewickley, Pa./Gilmour Academy
Silver Spring, Md./Good Counsel
Aspen, Colo./Aspen
Media, Pa./Penncrest
Glenshaw, Pa./Central Catholic
Watertown, Conn./Taft
Arlington Heights, Ill./Saint Viator
Princeton, N.J./The Lawrenceville School
McLean, Va./McLean
Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons
Newtown, Conn./Newtown
Marietta, Ga./Kennesaw Mountain
Freehold, N.J./Freehold
Los Angeles, Calif./Harvard-Westlake
Yardville, N.J./The Hun School(Choate Rosemary Hall)
Chicago, Ill./Loyola Academy
Avon, Conn./Avon
Pittsburgh, Pa./North Allegheny
Charleston, S.C./Mercersburg Academy (Pa.)
Morton, Ill./Morton
Wayne, N.J./Wayne Valley
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
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2014 ROSTER
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76
77
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NAME
Mike Roland
Joseph Bottari
Kevin Liddy
Aaron Miller
Michael McFarlane
Blake Barefoot
Luke Morris
Darius Baxter
Jimmy McLaughlin
Jacob Sweitzer
Mitchell Black
Jack Graffagnino
Harrison Glor
Matthew Buckman
Derek Hunter
Alec May
Kendall Catching
Matt Houpert
Peter Daibes
Elijah English
Dezmond Richardson Bryan Jefferson
Hugh Masterson
Jordan Richardson
POS.
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
WR
WR
WR
WR
TE
DL
TE
WR
TE
TE
DL
DL
DL
DL
DL
DL
DL
DL
DL
CL.
Sr.
So.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
Jr.
So.
So.
Sr.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
Jr.
So.
So.
Sr.
HT.
6-5
6-6
6-6
6-6
6-4
6-1
5-11
6-3
6-4
6-4
6-4
6-4
6-3
6-3
6-4
6-4
6-1
6-3
6-5
6-6
6-3
6-2
6-4
6-2
WT.
310
285
300
290
280
187
170
190
197
235
260
225
190
235
225
255
275
260
260
230
260
260
265
300
HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL [PREVIOUS SCHOOL]
Miami, Fla./Coral Gables
Wakefield, Mass./Malden Catholic
Garden City, N.Y./Kellenberg Memorial
San Diego, Calif./Scripps Ranch
Frostproof, Fla./Frostproof
Greensboro, N.C./Walter Hines Page[Episcopal (Va.)]
Honolulu, Hawaii/Punahou School
Accokeek, Md./Bishop McNamara
Fairfax, Va./WT Woodson
Perryopolis, Pa./Belle Vernon
Edinburgh, Scotland/University School
Lynbrook, N.Y./Chaminade
Boston Mass./Belmont [Deerfield Academy]
Hasbrouck Heights, N.J./Saint Joseph Regional
Portola Valley, Calif./Sacred Heart Prep
Wrenthem, Mass./King Phillip
Carrollton, Texas/Hebron
Hartford, Conn./William H. Hall
Wayne, N.J./Wayne Hills
Leesburg, Fla./South Sumter
Euless, Texas/Grant [Euless Trinity]
Vienna, Va./Annandale
Invernees, Ill./Saint Viator
Watkinsville, Ga./Athens Academy
Captains: Offensive – Nick Quintans, Mike Roland. Defensive – Nick Alfieri, Alec May
Head Coach: Rob Sgarlata
Assistant Coaches:
Luke Thompson – Assistant Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers
Michael Neuberger – Assistant Coach/Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
Kevin Doherty Assistant Coach/Defensive Backs/Special Teams
Brian Miller - Assistant Coach/Offensive Line
Thurston Childrey - Assistant Coach/Wide Receivers
Alex Kolt - Assistant Coach/Defensive Line
Maurice Banks – Assistant Coach/Defensive Backs
Chris Hayes – Assistant Coach/Tight Ends
Adam Shaker- Assistant Coach/Offense
Michael Francis - Student Assistant Coach/Off. Line
Joe Agbasi – Director of Football Operations
Chris Tolzman – Sports Performance Coach
Travis McCormack - Athletic Trainer
Emily Deck – Athletic Trainer
Dylan Kuhns – Student Asst. Coach
Robert Hardaway – Student Asst. Coach
Xander Carpousis – Student Asst. Coach
Kevin Bond – Student Asst. Coach
PRONUNCIATIONS
David Akere................................................................ AH-key-ree
Nick Alfieri.................................................................. Al-fee-air-ee
Matthew Apuzzi.........................................................Ah-POO-zee
Joseph Bottari.............................................................BOH-TARI
Xander Carpousis...............................................ZAN-der CAR-poo-sis
Michael Cimilluca.................................................. SIM-uh-LUKE-uh
Peter Daibes................................................................ DAY-bees
Jake DeCicco............................................................ de-SEEK-oh
Gerverus Flagg........................................................... jah-VAR-us
Harrison Glor.................................................................GLORE
Jack Graffagnino.................................................... GRAPH-ah-nino
Matt Houpert................................................................WHO-pear
Jo’el Kimpela....................................................... jo-EL kim-PELL-ah
Hunter Kiselick.............................................................KISS-lick
Leo Loughrey.............................................................. LOCK-ree
John Oblachinski................................................... OH-bla-chin-skee
Daniel Oyola.................................................................OH-yo-la
Dominic Scarangella..............................................SCAR-en-gel-ah
Ettian Scott.................................................................... ET-tian
Milan Urukalo..................................................MEE-lan OOH-RU-kah-lo
Alex Valles................................................................... VALL-ess
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
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GEORGETOWN VS. HOLY CROSS TWO-DEEP
CB 8 STEVE MARTINEZ
36 Ben Coffaro
FS
SLOT 6 MIKE CIMILLUCA
11 Tommy Jesson
RB 22 JO’EL KIMPELA
19 Daniel Wright
QB 13 KYLE NOLAN
14 Tim Barnes
DE 54 DEAN DOE
56 Phil Zobrest
C
ILB 58 SHANE THOMPSON
41 John Turner
DE 68 RICHARD BARBER
90 Jack Kutschke
RT 77 KEVIN LIDDY
68 Milan Urukalo
TE
OLB 39 J.T. FRANK
29 Diego Quintanar
88 MATT BUCKMAN
84JacobSweitzer
SS
HOLY CROSS OFFENSE
WR 27 JAKE DECICCO
3 Jimmie Pope
KO 37 BEN PRIDDY
38 Henry Darmstadter
KR 22 JO’EL KIMPELA
11 Tommy Jesson
P
LS 57 ROBERT LONGWELL
58 Warren Wynn
PR 27 JAKE DECICCO
6 Michael Cimilluca
WR 33 BRENDAN FLAHERTY
84 Tyler Artim
QB 6 PETER PUJALS
4 Ryan Laughlin
DE 90 ALEC MAY
34 Gibson Vaught
LG 62 PAT RESTREPO
75 George Griffin
DT 99 JORDAN RICHARDSON
98 Hugh Masterson
73 JAY KNIGHTON
55 Aaron Lewis
SS 33 GARRETT POWERS
29 Javan Robinson
MLB35 NICK ALFIERI
53 Leo Loughrey
DT 94 P. DAIBES/96 D. RICHARDSON
85 Mitchell Black
RG 65 JAMES MURRAY
66 Nick Piker
FB/TE48MICHAEL O’DWYER
87 Lucas Nikolaisen
13 KYLE NOLAN
87 Harrison Glor
OLB 44 MATT SATCHELL
31 Patrick Boyle
LT 78 HUNTER HUDGINS
70 Emanuel Mendoza
C
H
CB 17 ETTIAN SCOTT
25 Chad Coleman
WR 82 JEREME MURRAY
80 Zach Buzzard
RB 22 CHASE EDMONDS
3 Kendall Pearcey
15 MATT BHAYA
16 Parris Johnson
CB 20 ALIM MUHAMMAD
1 Coan Calabrese
PK 38 HENRY DARMSTADTER
37 Ben Priddy
55 HARRY MCCOLLUM
37 Ben Priddy
ILB 46 JOHN ZAKRZEWSKI
43 Nick McBeath
DT 74 MIKE GALANTINI
71 Jacob Gonzales
52 NICK QUINTANS
71 Gerverus Flagg
RG 70 NICK JAMES
72 Matt Hungate
FB 26 TROYE BULLOCK
OLB 59 CHASE ULLMAN
49 Ryan Smith
LT 79 MICHAEL MCFARLANE
78 Aaron Miller
LG 75 MIKE ROLAND
69 Chappy Wingo
21 SAM JONES
12 Ahmad Tyler
HOLY CROSS DEFENSE
WR 5 JUSTIN HILL
7 Justin Harrell
RT 67 BLAKE BERRESFORD
61 Rob Kosharek
DE 9 RICHARD SHANKLE
8 Phil Novacki
FS 10 JOHN EGAN
28 David Akere
OLB 2 TYRELL WILLIAMS 4 Wardell Crutchfield III
WR 10 JAKE WIECZOREK
83 Darrius Lacyi
CB 12 PORTER HUNTLEY
25 Chad Coleman
HOLY CROSS SPECIAL TEAMS
PK 47 CONNOR FITZGERALD
37 Zane Wasp
KO 37 ZANE WASP
47 Connor Fitzgerald
PR 10 JAKE WIECZOREK
33 Brendan Flaherty
P
KR 33 BRENDAN FLAHERTY
23 MIKE MCCAFFREY
LS 50 MATT FAVA
71 Jacob Gonzales
47 CONNOR FITZGERALD
98 Will McGrail
H
4 RYAN LAUGHLIN
11 Steven Elder
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
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2014 QUICK FACTS / FORDHAM INFO
2014 QUICK FACTS
GENERAL INFORMATION
Location............................................................................Washington, D.C.
Founded............................................................................................... 1789
Enrollment ...................................................6,719 undergrad; 13,652 total.
President............................................................................ John J. DeGioia
Athletic Director ........................................................................... Lee Reed
Affiliation..................................................................... NCAA Division I-FCS
Conference............................................................................Patriot League
Colors.................................................................................... Blue and Gray
Stadium..............................................................................Multi-Sport Field
Capacity.............................................................................................. 2,500
Surface............................................................................. Shaw Sports Turf
COACHES & STAFF INFORMATION
Head Coach:
Rob Sgarlata (Georgetown, ‘94)
Record at Georgetown (first season): 2-8 Career Record: same
Assistant Coaches:
Luke Thompson (Assumption, ‘98),
Assistant Coach/Defensive Coordinator/LB
Michael Neuberger (Dayton, ‘05),
Assistant Coach/Offensive Coordinator/RB & TE
Maurice Banks (Georgetown, ‘06),
Assistant Coach/Defensive Backs
Thurston Childrey (Virginia, ‘07),
Assistant Coach/Wide Receivers
Kevin Doherty (Tufts, ‘87),
Assistant Coach/Special Teams/Defensive Backs
Alex Kolt (Hampden-Sydney, ‘10),
Assistant Coach/Defensive Line
Brian Miller (Hastings, ‘89),
Assistant Coach/Offensive Line
Chris Hayes (Miami ‘09)
Assistant Coach/Tight Ends
Adam Shaker
Assistant Coach/Offense
Joe Agbasi
Director of Football Operations
Chris Tolzman
Strength and Conditioning Coach
Travis McCormack
Athletic Trainer
Emily Deck
Athletic Trainer
TEAM INFORMATION
Captains: Offense: Nick Quintans, Mike Roland. Defense: Nick Alfieri, Alec May
Joe Eacobacci No. 35 Memorial Jersey...................................... Nick Alfieri
Basic Offense...................................................................................Multiple
Basic Defense..................................................................................Multiple
Letterwinners Returning........................................................................... 58
Letterwinners Lost.................................................................................... 27
Starters Returning/Lost..............................14/8 (Offense 7/4; Defense 7/4)
Newcomers:............................................................................................. 32
Holy Cross (10-16)
1904
W
1913
W
1921
W
1922
L
1937
L
1948
L
1949
W
1950
W
1996
L
17-4
16-7
28-7
0-10
6-27
7-20
20-13
21-14
36-45
1997
09/19/1998
09/11/1999
09/09/2000 09/08/2001
09/14/2002
09/13/2003
11/20/2004
9/10/2005
9/2/2006
ABOUT HOLY CROSS
• The Crusaders had a two-game win streak snapped with a 31-24
overtime loss to Bucknell last week. Prior to the loss, Holy Cross
defeated Lafayette (24-14) and Lehigh (27-20) in consecutive weeks.
• Sophomore quarterback Peter Pujals has completed
218-of-360 passes for 2,303 yards and 10 touchdowns,
in addition to rushing for 710 yards on 165 carries. Pujals is sixth in the PL in rushing yards, just behind Kimpela.
• Junior linebacker John Zakrzewksi leads the Crusaders with 89 tackles, two forced fumbles and two sacks.
•
Holy
Cross
will
be
way
tie
for
third
looking
place
to
in
break
the
a
fourleague.
• The Crusaders are coached by Tom Gilmore who is in his
11th season in Worcester. Gilmore is 60-63 during his tenure.
Series Information vs. HOLY CROSS
Series Record: GU trails 10-16
First Game: 1904, GU won 17-4
Last GU Win: 2013, GU, 28-21
Longest Win Streak: Holy Cross 10 games (2000-2009.)
Last Game: Nov. 23, 2013, GU won 28-21
At a Glance
Georgetown............................... vs...............................Holy Cross
Washington, D.C. ............................Location......................... Worcester, Mass.
1789.................................................Founded.............................................1843
13,652 ......................................... Enrollment..........................................2,877
Patriot League .............................Conference.......................... Patriot League
Multi-Sport Field............................... Stadium.................................. Fitton Field
2,500................................................Capacity..........................................23,500
Shaw SportsTurf................................Surface..............................FieldTurf
Lee Reed.................................Athletics Director............................ Nate Pine
1887.................................... First Year of Football................................1882
Rob Sgarlata ................................ Head Coach............................ Tom Gilmore
Georgetown ‘94............................. Alma Mater............................... Penn, 1985
2-8 (1st)...................................Record at School.................60-63 (11th year)
same...........................................Career Record...................................... same
L
W
H
W
A
L
H
L
A
L
H
L
A
L
H
L
A
L
H
21-25
13-12
34-16
22-38
7- 33
13-41
34-42
28-31OT
6-48
13-26
9/22/2007
9/27/2008
9/5/2009
9/25/2010
10/29/2011
11/17/2012
11/23/13
L
L
L
W
W
L
W
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
0-55
38-14
20-7
17-7
19-6
24-0
28-21
6
LAST TWO MEETINGS vs. HOLY CROSS
Game 11 - Final Game
Box Score (Final)
Georgetown 28, Holy
Cross Football
21
2014 Georgetown
November
23,
2013
–
Fitton
Field
Georgetown vs Holy Cross (Nov 23, 2013 at Worcester, Mass.)
Score by Quarters
Georgetown
Holy Cross
1
7
14
2
7
0
3
6
0
4
8
7
Score by Quarters
HC
Georgetown
Total
28
21
Qtr Time Scoring play
1st 11:54 HC - Peter Pujals 1 yd run (John Macomber kick), 6-42 2:53
05:16 GU - Jo'el Kimpela 5 yd run (Matt MacZura kick), 7-26 3:35
01:25 HC - Mike Fess 19 yd pass from Peter Pujals (John Macomber kick), 9-71 3:46
2nd 05:20 GU - Kyle Nolan 1 yd run (Matt MacZura kick), 9-77 3:12
3rd 09:55 GU - Matt MacZura 29 yd field goal, 7-57 3:23
01:17 GU - Matt MacZura 39 yd field goal, 6-22 2:07
4th 01:57 GU - Kyle Nolan 82 yd run (Nick Campanella rush), 2-86 0:18
00:47 HC - Jake Wieczorek 12 yd pass from Peter Pujals (John Macomber kick), 9-66 1:06
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
GU
20
46-212
227
32-19-0
78-439
0-0
2-8
1-29
2-8
5-30.4
1-1
9-65
33:34
9 of 19
1 of 2
3-3
4-23
HC
19
30-59
238
39-23-2
69-297
0-0
3--1
6-112
0-0
6-41.3
2-2
6-62
26:26
8 of 15
0 of 0
3-3
2-14
PASSING: Georgetown-Kyle Nolan 19-32-0-227; Mandy Williams 0-0-0-0. Holy Cross-Peter Pujals
23-39-2-238.
RECEIVING: Georgetown-Zack Wilke 7-121; Justin Hill 3-41; Dalen Claytor 3-15; Jake DeCicco 2-24;
Elliott Owusu 2-15; Daniel Sprotte 2-11. Holy Cross-Mike Fess 7-89; Kyle Toulouse 5-54; Nate Stanley
4-45; Gabe Guild 3-7; Kalif Raymond 2-18; Tyler Artim 1-13; Jake Wieczorek 1-12.
FUMBLES: Georgetown-Nick Campanella 1-1. Holy Cross-Kalif Raymond 1-1; Kyle Toulouse 1-1.
Georgetown (2-9,1-4) vs. Holy Cross (3-9,1-4)
Date: Nov 23, 2013 • Site: Worcester, Mass. • Stadium: Fitton Field
Attendance: 2478
Kickoff time: 12:30 pm • End of Game: 3:21 pm • Total elapsed time: 2:51
Officials: Referee: Karlton Derrick; Umpire: William O'Brien; Linesman: Kevin Taylor;
Line judge: Mike Snyder; Back judge: Se. O'Callaghan; Field judge: Jack O'Keefe;
Side judge: Steve Westrick;
Temperature: 38 • Wind: 15 wnw • Weather: partly cloudy
1
7
0
2
0
0
3
10
0
4
7
0
Total
24
0
Qtr Time Scoring play
1st 07:55 HC - Ger. Mistretta 29 yd pass from Ryan Laughlin (John Macomber kick), 9-80 2:53
3rd 09:52 HC - Ger. Mistretta 2 yd run (John Macomber kick), 7-45 3:11
04:54 HC - John Macomber 19 yd field goal, 8-35 3:01
4th 08:18 HC - Ger. Mistretta 20 yd pass from Steven Elder (John Macomber kick), 10-66 5:49
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
HC
19
45-181
164
25-19-0
70-345
0-0
5-25
1-11
1-0
8-43.2
0-0
4-27
34:14
7 of 16
0 of 0
3-3
5-37
GU
12
32-101
95
25-11-1
57-196
0-0
3-6
4-79
0-0
11-37.1
2-0
4-44
25:46
3 of 15
0 of 0
0-0
2-9
RUSHING: HC-Eddie Houghton 20-65; Ryan Laughlin 8-45; Sam Auffant 9-41; Steven Elder 5-23; Ger.
Mistretta 2-4; Matt Bellomo 1-3. Georgetown-Aaron Aiken 15-60; Jo'el Kimpela 9-41; Wilburn Logan
2-7; Stephen Skon 5-3; Cameron MacPherson 1-minus 10.
RUSHING: Georgetown-Kyle Nolan 18-143; Nick Campanella 12-58; Jo'el Kimpela 10-24; Dalen Claytor
2-7; TEAM 3-minus 9; Mandy Williams 1-minus 11. Holy Cross-Gabe Guild 11-27; Brend. Flaherty 4-17;
Reggie Woods 1-14; Peter Pujals 14-1.
INTERCEPTIONS: Georgetown-Nick Alfieri 1-8; Cameron Gamble 1-0. Holy Cross-None.
Game 11 - Senior Day
Box Score (Final)
Fordham 38, Georgetown
31Football
2014 Georgetown
NovemberHC17,
2012 –(Nov,17,
Multi-Sport
Field
vs Georgetown
2012 at WASHINGTON)
PASSING: HC-Ryan Laughlin 12-15-0-85; Steven Elder 7-10-0-79. Georgetown-Stephen Skon 5-12-1-52;
Aaron Aiken 5-11-0-33; Cameron MacPherson 1-2-0-10.
RECEIVING: HC-Mike Fess 10-60; Ger. Mistretta 5-78; Eddie Houghton 1-16; Nate Stanley 1-6; Sam
Auffant 1-2; Jereme Murray 1-2. Georgetown-Daniel Sprotte 3-35; Kevin Macari 3-11; Brandon Floyd
2-27; Jo'el Kimpela 1-10; Max Waizenegger 1-6; Kenneth Furlough 1-6.
INTERCEPTIONS: HC-Philip Gough 1-0. Georgetown-None.
FUMBLES: HC-None. Georgetown-Cameron MacPherson 1-0; Aaron Aiken 1-0.
HC (2-9,2-3) vs. Georgetown (5-6,2-3)
Date: Nov,17, 2012 • Site: WASHINGTON • Stadium: Multi-Sport Field
Attendance: 1789
Kickoff time: 1:05 PM • End of Game: 3:30 PM • Total elapsed time: 2:25
Officials: Referee: Tony Marcella; Umpire: Robert Kinter; Linesman: Mark Tarleton;
Line judge: James Czajkowsk; Back judge: Ken Bushey; Field judge: Vin. Boccanfuso;
Side judge: Tim Gallagher; Alternate: John Lim;
Temperature: • Wind: • Weather:
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
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GAME NOTES
HOYAS CELEBRATE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF 21 SENIORS
The Hoyas senior class has been instrumental in some of Georgetown’s best
Patriot League teams. During the group’s freshmen season they played for
the Patriot League Championship and finished 8-3. As sophomores, the class
of 2015 won five games, including a nationally-televised victory at Princeton.
Georgetown’s senior class includes: Nick Alfieri, Alec May, Nick Quintans,
Mike Roland, Darius Baxter, Mitchell Black, Patrick Boyle, Xander Carpousis,
Michael Cimilluca, Chad Coleman, Wardell Crutchfield III, Peter Daibes,
Billy Duncan, John Egan, Mike Kasten, Ryan Rattay, Jordan Richardson,
Javan Robinson, Richard Shankle, Gibson Vaught and Danny Wright.
HOYAS DEFENSE KEEPING OPPONENTS OUT OF THE END ZONE
Before falling to No. 7 Fordham, the nation’s third-best scoring offense,
Georgetown led the Patriot League and was 20th in the FCS in scoring
defense, allowing just 20.0 points per game through nine games. The
GU defense allowed The Hoyas defense had a stretch where it allowed
just one touchdown in the 13 quarters leading up to its Harvard game.
Colgate’s second quarter touchdown against the Hoyas snapped a streak
of 10 consecutive quarters without allowing an offensive touchdown.
The five touchdowns allowed vs. Harvard is one fewer than GU allowed
on defense in the first five games. The Hoyas have allowed 16 points
on special teams this season. GU allowed three touchdowns to Wagner,
two against Dayton, three against Lafayette and four against Lehigh.
SCORING DEFENSE G
TD
FG
Points Avg/G
1.Fordham
11
27
11
217
19.7
2.Bucknell
10
28
8
218
21.8
3.Georgetown
10
29
10
232
23.2
4.Lafayette
10
28
14
240
24.0
5.Holy Cross
11
35
9
269
24.5
6.Colgate
11
33
14
272
24.7
7.Lehigh
10
44
10
338
33.8
HOYAS AMONG NATION’S LEADERS IN TURNOVER MARGIN
Through 10 games the Hoyas lead the Patriot League and are tied for 20th
in the FCS with a +7 turnover differential, averaging 1.9 takeaways per
game, while losing 12 turnovers on the season. The Hoyas intercepted
three passes in its victory over Marist and took the ball away from
Brown four times, while Garrett Powers had his second interception
of the season against Colgate and forced a fumble in the Hoyas loss to
Harvard. GU is also among the FCS leaders in interceptions with 14.
The Hoyas nine turnovers are on pace to be the lowest over the last 10
seasons. GU was a -3 last season, with 13 takeaways and 16 turnovers.
RANK TEAM Game Gain
LOST
MARGIN AVG
16. Charleston So. 11
21
13
8
.73
- North Dakota St. 11
20
12
8
.73
- Liberty
11
27
19
8
.73
- Villanova
11
23
15
8
.73
20. Maine
10
16
9
7
.70
- Georgetown
10
19
12
7
.70
JORDAN RICHARDSON CREATING HISTORICAL SEASONS
The life of a collegiate nose tackle is not always glamorous, as has
been the case of four-year starter Jordan Richardson. The Watkinsville,
Ga. native has started since day one on campus and has been
an impact player, allowing the team’s linebackers to roam free by
routinely taking up two blockers. During Richardson’s time on the
Hilltop GU linebackers have
posted historical program numbers:
• 2011: Robert McCabe sets program mark with 134 single-season
tackles; Dustin Wharton also records 101 tackles for 2nd time
in program history to have two players with 100-tackle seasons.
•2012: Robert McCabe leads Division I FCS and sets breaks his
own GU program record with 159 tackles; Wharton records 104.
• 3 of the Top 5 tacklers in program history have played behind Richardson
(McCabe - 1st, 407 tackles; Alfieri - 3rd 297, Wharton - 4th, 280 tackles tackles).
• 2 of the top single-season sack performances have come
with Richardson on the line with Andrew Schaetzke (13
in
2011)
and
Alec
May
(13.5
through
8
games
in
2014).
ALEC MAY AMONG FCS SACKS LEADERS
Alec May posted one sack in each game with Fordham, Lehigh and
Bucknell following a three sack performance against Lafayette, one shy of
his career-high four against Brown earlier this season. The senior captain
leads the FCS with 1.55 sacks/game and is sixth with 19.0 tackles for loss
through 10 games this season. He earned CFPA FCS National Defensive
Lineman of the Week honors following his performance against Brown
and national honorable mention after Lafayette. He also has earned
PL Weekly honorable mention four times this season and seven times
during his career. May was dominant down the stretch in 2013 and has
continued that brilliance early this season. He has compiled 22.5 sacks
over his last 12 games. He has moved into fourth place in GU history
and is 0.5 short of Janne Kouri’s GU single-season record and 2.5 short
of Andrew Hollingsworth’s Patriot League season record (18, 2000).
GU CAREER SACKS LEADERS
Player (Years)
Sacks
1. Janne Kouri (93-96)
31.5
2. Andrew Schaetzke (08-11)30.5
3. Michael Ononibaku (02-05)28
4. Alec May (11-pres.)
28
5. Alex Buzbee (03-06)
27.5
6. Tony Zaslav (88-91)
23.5
7. Raja Mohi-ud-din (88-91)22.5
8. Nabil Al-Sabih (87-90)
22
9. Paul Miller (96-99)
16
10.Brett Davis (82-85)
15
HOYAS CAREER TACKLES LEADERS NICK ALFIERI JOINS 300
Player (Years)
Tackles
TACKLES CLUB
Alfieri leads the Patriot League
and is among the FCS leaders
averaging 11.0 tackles/game.
His 106 tackles this season has
moved him into seventh place
for a single-season andthird in
program history, passing Tom
Wonica and Dustin Wharton in
the last three games, to become
just the third player to eclipse
*teammates of Alfieri
300 tackles in program history.
His 18 tackles is the most by a Hoya since Patrick O’Donnell had 18 in
2009.He received PL Defensive Player of the Week for the second time
this season after the Lehigh game. Alfieri made 14 tackles vs. Marist, his
previous season-high, helping him earn Patriot League Defensive Player
of the Week. This season he has moved in front of fellow No. 35 Joe
Eacobacci Memorial Jersey recipient Matt Fronczke. He has recorded
double-digit tackles eight times in his last 10 games. Despite missing
time with injuries during his junior season, Alfieri finished the season with
92 tackles, second in the Patriot League with 10.2 tackles/game. In the
season-finale he passed Michael Ononibaku to place 10th in program
history with 216 tackles. The preseason All-Patriot League selection will
play linebacker again, after shifting between LB and safety during his career.
1. Robert McCabe (09-12)407
2. Nick Parrish (07-10)
349*
3. Nick Alfieri (‘11-pres.) 322
4. Dustin Wharton (2010-13) 280*
5. Tom Wonica (93-95)
269
6. Jim Bolger (89-92)
261
7. Matt Fronczke (00-03) 243
8. Andrew Clarke (00-03) 236
9. Travis Mack (06-09)
233
10.Raja Mohi-ud-din (88-91)231
DANNY WRIGHT CLIMBING CAREER KICK RETURNER LIST
Wright (Washington, D.C./St. John’s College HS) is second in GU career history averaging 23.1 yards per kick-off return, behind only Jeremy Moore (23.4
yards/return). This season Wright’s 23.1 yards per return is second in the Patriot
League. Wright had a season-long return of 45 yards last week at Fordham.
TWO FRESHMAN O-LINEMAN MOVE INTO ROTATION
With an injury to senior guard Mike Kasten, several GU underclassmen have
seen expanded roles in the offensive line rotation. Freshman Michael
McFarlane has moved to left tackle to allow senior captain Mike Roland
to move inside to left guard. Freshman Nick James has also moved into
the rotation along with sophomore Chappy Wingo. Wingo and McFarlane
both earned their first collegiate starts against Harvard. Wingo started
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
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GAME NOTES
at left guard in place of injured senior Michael Kasten, while McFarlane
started for right tackle Kevin Liddy, who missed one game. Nick James
made his first career start at right guard against Fordham last week.
ETTIAN SCOTT LOCKING DOWN OPPOSING WR’S
Junior cornerback Ettian Scott has intercepted four passes to go with 10 pass
breakups on the season to establish himself as one of the top cornerbacks
in the Patriot League. Scott is tied for the PL lead in interceptions and
is tied with breakups (10), while leading in passes defended (14). Scott
broke up a career-high three passes in GU’s loss against No. 7 Fordham. .
PASSES DEFENDED
BrUp
Int.
Total
Avg/G
1.Scott,Ettian-GTOWN
10
4
14
1.40
2.Smalley, Matt-LAFAYETT 10
1
11
1.22
3.Williams, Ian-FORDHAM 10
2
12
1.09
4.Parham, Phillip-LAFAYETT 7
3
10
1.00
5.Armiento, Mike-COLGATE 7
3
10
0.91
KYLE NOLAN SPREADING THE BALL AROUND
Kyle Nolan lost two of his most reliable targets to graduation, but has
made up for it by spreading the ball around to 11 different players
through nine games this season. Junior WR Jake DeCicco leads the
way with 38 catches for 390 yards and two touchdowns and is among
the PL leaders in receptions per game (3.8). Sophomore WR Justin
Hill has also made an impact with 27 catches for 313 yards and two
touchdowns and fifth-year senior Michael Cimilluca has 27 catches for 243 yards and a touchdown. Sophomore TE Matt Buckman
has shown big-play ability with a 67-yard touchdown reception to his
credit to go along with 26 receptions for a team-leading 349 yards.
Sophomore WR Tommy Jesson (7 rec., 40 yards), freshman WR
Justin Harrell (3 rec., 52 yards) and junior WR Harrison Glor (4 rec.
26 yards) have all made their first catch in a GU uniform this season.
NICK ALFIERI NAMED PATRIOT LEAGUE DEF. POW AFTER
MARIST VICTORY
Senior linebacker Nick Alfieri was named the Patriot League Defensive
Player of the Week following his strong performance in the Hoyas win over
Marist. Alfieri recorded 14 tackles and returned an interception 42-yards
to set up the Hoyas first score of the game. It is the first weekly honor
for Alfieri who was a Second Team All-Patriot League selection and 2013
and 2014 Preseason All-Patriot League selection. Alfieri is the Hoyas
first PL Defensive Player of the Week since Dustin Wharton earned the
honor following the Hoyas season-opener at Wagner on August 31.
HENRY DARMSTADTER EXCELLING AS PLACEKICKER
Sophomore placekicker Henry Darmstadter was tasked with following Brett
Weiss and Matt MacZura, statistically two of the best placekickers in program
history. So far, so good for the Alexandria, Va. native, who is seven-for-10 on
field goal attempts, connecting on his career-long 44-yard FG in the Hoyas win
over Brown. He is also 11-for-12 on extra-point attempts through four games.
GROUND GAME FINDS TRACTION
Junior Jo’el Kimpela and senior Danny
of GU ball carriers to eclipse 100 yards
season-opener in 2012. Kimpela rushed
while Wright also went for a career-high
Wright became the first pair
in the same game since the
for a career-high 159 yards,
106 yards against Lafayette.
GEORGETOWN 2014 RUSHING LEADERS
RUSHING
Jo’el Kimpela
Daniel Wright
Kyle Nolan
Justin Hill
Isaac Ellsworth
Tim Barnes
Harry McCollum
Tommy Jesson
Alex Valles
TEAM
Total..........
GP
10
9
10
10
3
8
10
10
3
7
10
Att
138
66
81
9
7
9
1
4
1
8
324
Net
729
331
184
62
32
26
13
12
1
2
1349
Avg
5.3
5.0
2.3
6.9
4.6
2.9
13.0
3.0
1.0
-5.1
4.2
TD
2
2
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
Long
52
57
17
37
19
8
13
8
1
2
57
The Hoyas carried for 282 yards as a team, its most since its loss to
Yale in 2012...After rushing for just 19 yards on 20 carries in the Hoyas’
season-opener with Wagner they have found traction on the ground. GU
rushed for 100 yards on 29 carries against Dayton and followed it up
with 94 yards on 34 carries, including a Kyle Nolan rushing touchdown.
With the graduation of running backs Nick Campanella, Dalen Claytor
and Brandon Durham, the Hoyas have found options in the backfield to
replace the three productive four-year players. Kimpela has received bulk
of the carries, with Wright providing a change of pace. QB Kyle Nolan has
also started to find running room behind the experienced offensive line.
PHIL NOVACKI NAMED CFPA FCS DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF
THE WEEK HONORABLE MENTION AFTER MARIST WIN
Sophomore defensive lineman Phil Novacki (Great Falls, Va./Langley)
has been named a College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) FCS
Defensive Lineman of the Week Honorable Mention following the Hoyas
27-7 victory over Marist on Saturday. Novacki did not start, but made the
most of his plays, scoring on a 48-yard interception return for a touchdown
early in the fourth quarter helped the Hoyas secure its first victory of
the season. His INT for a touchdown is one of three made by a Patriot
League player this season. He also added three tackles, 1.5 tackles for
loss and 1.5 sacks in a strong defensive performance for Georgetown.
HOYAS
PASS
DEFENSE
AMONG
PL
LEADERS
Georgetown may have lost two safeties and a starter at CB, but currently
feature the top pass defense in the Patriot League and the ninth best in
the FCS allowing just 178.9 yards per game and a league-low six passing
touchdowns. Junior cornerback Ettian Scott has established himself among
the PL’s best, intercepting four passes and breaking up seven, while
junior safety Garrett Powers has also chipped in three INT’s. Sophomore
Porter Huntley intercepted his first career pass at Lafayette, while
safeties David Akere and John Egan have also been key. GU has also
gotten contributions from freshmen Larenz Griggs and Daniel Yankovich.
PASS DEFENSE G Comp-Att-Int Pct. Yds Avg/A TD Avg/kG
1. Fordham
10 150-291-10 51.5 1671 5.7 17 167.1
2. Lafayette
10 138-268-9
51.5 1779 6.6 16 177.9
3. Georgetown
9 132-224-[12 58.9 1608 7.2 6 178.7
4. Bucknell
9 157-268-14
58.6 1799 6.7 11 199.9
5. Holy Cross
10 192-302-8
63.6 2197 7.3 19 219.7
6. Colgate
10 223-347-12 64.3 2317 6.7 15 231.7
7. Lehigh
9 191-308-6
62.0 2552 8.3 20 283.6
MCCOLLUM ONCE AGAIN AMONG NATION’S BEST PUNTERS
Sophomore punter Harry McCollum has twice earned national recognition
for his performance. Following his impressive game vs. Brown, where
he averaged 49.0 yards on six punts, landed two inside the opposing 20
yard line and even helped GU seal a win with a 13-yard fake punt run to
continue a fourth quarter scoring drive, McCollum was named the CFPA
FCS National Punter of the Week. McCollum was named an honorable
mention after averaging 45.6 yards per punt at Dayton on Saturday.
McCollum, in his first season as the starting punter has excelled after punting
for an 36.6 yards/punt on seven punts in the Hoyas week one loss.He is
currently leading the PL and 12th in the FCS with a 43.0 yards per punt average.
Avg/G
72.9
36.8
18.4
6.2
10.7
3.2
1.3
1.2
0.3
-5.9
134.9
JAKE DECICCO PROVIDES SURE HANDS FOR
HOYAS O
The junior WR has been a steady target for Kyle Nolan
throughout the season. DeCicco scored on a 33-yard
touchdown pass last week at Fordham. He had a careerhigh eight receptions in GU’s season-opener surpassing
his seven receptions last season against Marist. DeCicco
is the Hoyas leading returning receiver and one of the PL’s
leading returners from last season (38 receptions, 445 yards
in ‘13). He also led the squad with 11.7 yards per reception
a season ago. DeCicco along with sophomore WR Justin Hill
and fifth-year senior SLOT Michael Cimilluca will be critical in
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GAME NOTES
replacing the team’s top two targets WR Zack
Wilke and TE Daniel Sprotte from last season.
\
POWERS FIRST CAREER INT A TD SAVER
Junior safety Garrett Powers picked an opportune
time to make his first career interception in the
Hoyas season-opener vs. Wagner. GU lost a
fumble inside their own five yard line, giving the
Seahawks 1st and goal from the three yard line.
Powers stepped in front of Brian Gehring’s first
pass attempt and returned it 24 yards to help keep
GU in striking distance early in the game...Powers
was one of just five current Hoyas to intercept a
pass, including Cameron Gamble (2 career INT’s)
LB’s Nick Alfieri and Patrick Boyle and current
RB (former CB) Daniel Wright. The Hoyas have
not let the inexperience stop them, as they are
currently tied for eighth in the FCS and second
in the PL (behind Bucknell) with 10 interceptions.
HOYAS
ON
FEATURE
EXPERIENCE
OFFENSIVE
LINE
Protecting Nolan should be easier, as GU returns
three offensive lineman that started all 11 games
in 2013. Senior captains LT Mike Roland and RG
Nick Quintans, along with LG Mike Kasten have
played a combined 64 games through their first
three seasons on the Hilltop. They will be joined
by RT Kevin Liddy who started the last two games
in 2013 after an injury to current Student Assistant
Coach Michael Francis...Junior C Gerverus Flagg
is expected to round out the group at center.
“We have three senior leaders in Mike Roland,
Nick Quintans and Mike Kasten, especially with
Roland and Kasten playing next to each other,”
third year offensive line coach Brian Miller
said.”They not only lead by being vocal, two
of whom are captains, they lead by example.
Even Kasten, who isn’t one of the captains
is a leader in terms of getting the kids going.
PATRIOT LEAGUE BACK TO A SEVENTEAM RACE IN 2014
For the first time since 2009, all seven teams will
be eligible for the Patriot League title in 2014.
Fordham had been ineligible the past four seasons
after awarding athletic scholarships starting in
the fall of 2010, before they were permitted in the
Patriot League starting with last year’s freshman
class. All games between League members will
also once again count towards the final standings.
ALEC MAY NAMED PRESEASON 2ND
TEAM ALL-AMERICAN
Alec May was named a 2014 FCS Preseason
Second Team All-American by the Collegiate
Development Football League (CDFL). May, a
team captain and 2013 Second Team All-Patriot
League selection was named to the North Second
Team by the CDFL, the committee that will
sponsor the 5th Annual 2014 FCS Senior Scout
Bowl on December 20, 2014 in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
May finished fourth in the Patriot League in
2013 with 7.5 sacks and fifth in the league
with 12.0 tackles for loss. He broke out late in
the season, earning three-consecutive Patriot
League Weekly Honorable Mentions, including
one for recording 2.5 sacks in the Hoyas
season-ending victory over Holy Cross. May
was also named to the PL All-Academic Team
in addition to earning his second-consecutive
selection to the PL Academic Honor Roll.
HOYAS D-LINE KNOWS WAY TO
OPPOSING BACKFIELD
Despite the loss, the play of GU’s defensive line
was a bright spot during the Hoyas first game,
as it was in 2013, despite a rash of injuries.
Three Hoyas’ linemen ranked among the Patriot
League’s top 10 in tackles for loss last season.
Second Team All-Patriot League selections Alec
May and Jordan Richardson tied for fifth with
12.0 tackles for loss, while Richard Shankle
ranked 10th with 9.5 tackles for loss. The Hoyas
recorded eight TFL’s in the season-opener.
NICK ALFIERI NAMED PRESEASON
ALL-PATRIOT LEAGUE
Senior linebacker Nick Alfieri (Portland, Ore./
Jesuit[The Hotchkiss School]) has been
selected to the 2014 Preseason All-Patriot
League Team when the league announced its
individual award winners and squad during
Football Media Day at Green Pond Country Club.
Alfieri, a Second Team All-Patriot League
selection in 2013, finished second in the PL
averaging 10.2 tackles per game, behind
only Bucknell’s Evan Byers (11.7 tackles/
game). He has finished among the league’s
top 10 tacklers in each of the last two seasons,
while compiling 216 career tackles, the 10th
best mark in Georgetown program history.
Alfieri continues the lineage of preseason AllPatriot League linebackers, including Dustin
Wharton, Robert McCabe and Nick Parrish.
HOYAS FEATURE NEW LOOKS ON
OFFENSE AND DEFENSE
Sgarlata will bring new looks to both the offense
and the defense with familiar faces with the
hiring of defensive coordinator Luke Thompson
and offensive coordinator Michael Neuberger.
Thompson and Neuberger have both spent time
on the Hilltop in the past. Thompson coached
linebackers and special teams for six seasons
at GU under Head Coach Kevin Kelly, before
spending his last two seasons under Rich
Ellerson at Army. Neuberger last coached wide
receivers in 2012. Last season, Neuberger
coached running backs and tight ends at
Cornell, positions he will coach this season
in addition to being the offensive coordinator.
GEORGETOWN CELEBRATES 50TH
ANNIVERSARY OF FOOTBALL’S
RETURN TO THE HILLTOP
When the Georgetown University football team
celebrates the 50th Anniversary of football’s
return to the Hilltop, it will also honor two
people who have helped shape the program
over the last half-century. The ceremony
will take place during halftime of the Hoyas
Saturday, September 20 game against Brown.
General George William Casey II (F’70) will
be presented with the Letterman of Distinction
Award and Rory F. Quirk (C’65, MA’71, L’80)
will be given the the Outstanding Service to
Georgetown Football Award during the 50th
Anniversary Dinner on Saturday night, following
the game. At halftime of the Brown game, the
Georgetown Athletics Department will honor
some of first players when football resumed
intercollegiate competition on the Hilltop.
BUILDING A FOUNDATION IN
SGARLATA’S FIRST CAMP
When Rob Sgarlata was named the head coach
of the Georgetown University football program in
February he wasted little time in communicating
the values that he found most important in building
the program his way. He established the team’s
mantra with three phrases; “Sisu,” “Four for 40,”
and “Men for Others.” Each aspect has been
on full display during the Hoyas training camp.
In the process, he has also brought in several
guests to help the team visualize those three
concepts, including former Hoya defensive
back Marques Lucas, the co-founder of the
Ward Five Warriors, former U.S. Secretary of
Transportation Rodney Slater and Georgetown
Board Chairman and former NFL Commissioner
Paul Tagliabue, Brigadier General Samuel
Nichols, Army Ranger Courtney Stecker, former
Hoya captain and Army Ranger Beau Riely,
Col. Greg Gadson and Georgetown men’s
basketball Head Coach John Thompson III.
“I believe that you win with people and our
preseason camp is a great example of that
sentiment,” Sgarlata said. “Georgetown is a truly
special place a direct result of the individuals
associated with the University. I constantly
tell our players that many people are very
interested in them and our program. We were
honored to have all of them visit our team.”
ALFIERI 11TH RECIPIENT OF NO. 35 JERSEY
During the Hoyas spring banquet, Nick Alfieri
became the 11th recipient of the No. 35 Joe
Eacobacci Memorial Jersey. With former No. 35’s,
Michael Ononibaku, Matt Fronzcke and Kevin
Sullivan in attendance, Alfieri accepted the honor.
“Hearing my name called at the banquet for
the award was so surreal,” Alfieri said. “It’s still
hard to believe that I was chosen. I obviously
never knew Joe Eacobacci, but the characters
of my former teammates that have previously
worn the jersey like, Wayne Heimuli, Kevin
Sullivan and Sean Campbell, help give me
an idea about the type of person that he was.
It is such an honor to be associated with
him. I can only hope to adequately represent
the
number
and
help
keep
Joe’s
spirit alive, both on and off the field.”
“Nick is an excellent choice to represent the
#35 jersey,” Head Coach Rob Sgarlatasaid.
“Over his first three years on the Hilltop he has
exemplified what it is to be a great teammate.
He practices at 100 percent all of the time and
that translates to his performance on game day.”
JACKSON AND ELIJAH JOIN HOYAS
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GAME NOTES
THROUGH FOJ
The Georgetown University football
program may have initially felt worn
down following its 11th early morning
practice of the spring season. But two
special families from the Friends of Jaclyn
Foundation provided inspiration to boost
the spirits of the squad, helping them gain
new insight into the meaning of bravery
and strength in the face of adversity.
Elijah Davis and Jackson Dundon, two
young pediatric brain tumor survivors,
watched the Hoyas’ Saturday morning
practice with their families and Dennis
Murphy, the founder of the Friends of
Jaclyn Foundation. Following the practice
the team met with two of their youngest
fans, before heading to Leo O’Donovan
Hall for the “Signing Day” ceremony, to
make Elijah and Jackson official members
of the Georgetown football family.
“It is an honor to be associated with the
Friends of Jaclyn,” Head Coach Rob
Sgarlata said. “I often use the Charles
Swindoll quote that “Life is 10% what
happens to you and 90% how you react
to it.” The Friends of Jacklyn Foundation
truly embodies this sentiment. The
founder, Jaclyn’s father, Dennis Murphy
has created an incredible opportunity for
our players to help Elijah, Jackson and
their families as they battle through this
fight. This relationship is in no way one
sided, though. Our players have and will
continue to learn about the true meaning
of SISU though their two new teammates. “
IN HEAD COACHING ROLE SGARLATA
MOVES TO OFFENSE
Head Coach Rob Sgarlata was a running back
during his days on the Hilltop and coached wide
receivers, tight ends for four seasons in his
early years at Georgetown. So when Sgarlata,
who served as the defensive coordinator since
2006, was named head coach he moved back
Rob Sgarlata on the Hilltop
1995-1996
1996-2000
2002-2004
2005-2012
2006-2013
2014
Defensive Line
Wide Receivers & TE’s
Defensive Line
Defensive Backs
Defensive Coordinator
Head Coach
to the offensive side of the ball to work with the
team’s quarterbacks unit. Sgarlata has been
able to help the Hoyas’ QB’s in recognizing
coverages and attacking soft spots, while also
guiding them in changing protections at the line.
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2014 Georgetown Football
GEORGETOWN
TEAM Team
STATISTICS
Georgetown Overall
Statistics (as of Nov 21, 2014)
All games
Team Statistics
GU
SCORING
Points Per Game
Points Off Turnovers
FIRST DOWNS
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
RUSHING YARDAGE
Yards gained rushing
Yards lost rushing
Rushing Attempts
Average Per Rush
Average Per Game
TDs Rushing
PASSING YARDAGE
Comp-Att-Int
Average Per Pass
Average Per Catch
Average Per Game
TDs Passing
TOTAL OFFENSE
Total Plays
Average Per Play
Average Per Game
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards
INT RETURNS: #-Yards
KICK RETURN AVERAGE
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE
INT RETURN AVERAGE
FUMBLES-LOST
PENALTIES-Yards
Average Per Game
PUNTS-Yards
Average Per Punt
Net punt average
KICKOFFS-Yards
Average Per Kick
Net kick average
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game
3RD-DOWN Conversions
3rd-Down Pct
4TH-DOWN Conversions
4th-Down Pct
SACKS BY-Yards
MISC YARDS
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS
ON-SIDE KICKS
RED-ZONE SCORES
RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS
PAT-ATTEMPTS
ATTENDANCE
Games/Avg Per Game
Neutral Site Games
Score by Quarters
Georgetown
Opponents
1st 2nd
20
48
33
78
128
12.8
55
171
73
82
16
1349
1632
283
324
4.2
134.9
7
1609
165-328-6
4.9
9.8
160.9
7
2958
652
4.5
295.8
40-881
11-25
12-134
22.0
2.3
11.2
13-6
64-575
57.5
65-2535
39.0
28.1
32-1814
56.7
36.6
28: 54
42/140
30%
6/19
32%
23-170
5
15
7-10
0-0
(16-23) 70%
(10-23) 43%
(13-14) 93%
11163
5/2233
3rd
16
52
4th
59
54
OT
0
0
OPP
232
23.2
24
191
95
86
10
1801
2098
297
421
4.3
180.1
19
1960
159-260-12
7.5
12.3
196.0
8
3761
681
5.5
376.1
29-568
27-506
6-70
19.6
18.7
11.7
12-7
78-742
74.2
44-1661
37.8
35.8
50-2973
59.5
38.3
31: 06
54/138
39%
10/20
50%
23-159
37
29
10-13
0-0
(29-37) 78%
(20-37) 54%
(26-28) 93%
18534
5/3707
0/0
Total
128
232
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
12
2014 Georgetown Football
GEORGETOWN INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Georgetown Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 21, 2014)
All games
Rushing
Jo'el Kimpela
Daniel Wright
Kyle Nolan
Justin Hill
Isaac Ellsworth
Tim Barnes
Harry McCollum
Tommy Jesson
Alex Valles
TEAM
Total
Opponents
Passing
Kyle Nolan
TEAM
Tim Barnes
Total
Opponents
Receiving
Jake DeCicco
M. Cimilluca
Matthew Buckman
Justin Hill
Daniel Wright
Jo'el Kimpela
Tommy Jesson
Justin Harrell
Harrison Glor
Troye Bullock
Phil Novacki
Total
Opponents
gp
att
gain loss
net avg td
10 138 752 23 729 5.3 2
9 66 348 17 331 5.0 2
10 81 359 175 184 2.3 3
10
9
73 11
62 6.9 0
3
7
40
8
32 4.6 0
8
9
32
6
26 2.9 0
10
1
13
0
13 13.0 0
10
4
12
0
12 3.0 0
3
1
1
0
1 1.0 0
7
8
2 43 -41 -5.1 0
10 324 1632 283 1349 4.2 7
10 421 2098 297 1801 4.3 19
gp
effic comp-att-int
pct
yds td
10 96.20 164-322-6
7
0.00
0-3-0
8 50.13
1-3-0
10 94.90 165-328-6
10 125.40 159-260-12
50.9 1603
0.0
0
33.3
6
50.3 1609
61.2 1960
gp
td
no.
yds
10 38 390
10 29 263
10 27 351
10 27 313
9 13
58
10 12
73
10
7
40
9
5
66
7
4
26
10
2
11
9
1
18
10 165 1609
10 159 1960
avg
10.3
9.1
13.0
11.6
4.5
6.1
5.7
13.2
6.5
5.5
18.0
9.8
12.3
2
1
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
8
lg avg/g
52
57
17
37
19
8
13
8
1
2
57
49
lg avg/g
33
20
67
55
13
27
13
33
12
7
18
67
69
39.0
26.3
35.1
31.3
6.4
7.3
4.0
7.3
3.7
1.1
2.0
160.9
196.0
7
0
0
7
8
72.9
36.8
18.4
6.2
10.7
3.2
1.3
1.2
0.3
-5.9
134.9
180.1
lg avg/g
67 160.3
0 0.0
6 0.8
67 160.9
69 196.0
Punt Returns
no.
11
11
27
25 2.3
25 2.3
506 18.7
0
0
2
10
10
91
Interceptions
no.
yds avg td
lg
Kick Returns
no.
30
4
2
2
2
40
29
692
76
43
36
34
881
568
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
45
21
23
20
23
45
44
Fumble Returns
no.
yds avg td
lg
Jake DeCicco
Total
Opponents
Ettian Scott
Garrett Powers
Phil Novacki
Porter Huntley
David Akere
Hunter Kiselick
Nick Alfieri
Total
Opponents
Daniel Wright
Tommy Jesson
Isaac Ellsworth
Tyrell Williams
Jo'el Kimpela
Total
Opponents
Peter Daibes
M. Satchell
Total
Opponents
4
3
1
1
1
1
1
12
6
1
1
2
1
yds avg td
2
24
48
6
8
4
42
134
70
0.5
8.0
48.0
6.0
8.0
4.0
42.0
11.2
11.7
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
yds avg td
0
31
31
3
23.1
19.0
21.5
18.0
17.0
22.0
19.6
0.0
31.0
15.5
3.0
0
0
0
0
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
lg
4
24
48
6
8
4
42
48
41
lg
0
31
31
3
13
GEORGETOWN INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
2014 Georgetown Football
Georgetown Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 21, 2014)
All games
Scoring
H. Darmstadter
Kyle Nolan
Jake DeCicco
Jo'el Kimpela
Daniel Wright
Matthew Buckman
Justin Hill
M. Cimilluca
Phil Novacki
Ben Priddy
TEAM
Total
Opponents
Field Goals
H. Darmstadter
FG Sequence
WAGNER
Dayton
Marist
BRWN
Colgate
HARV
Lafayette
BUCKNELL
LEHIGH
FORDHAM
td
fg
- 7-10
3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 - - 15 7-10
29 10-13
fg
kick
11-12
2-2
13-14
26-28
-
- - 1-1
1 - - - - - - - - 1 1-1
- 0-1
-
Georgetown
2-3
4-6
1-1
Opponents
33
(49),(31),(31)
(22)
(31)
(25)
(20)
(23),39,(21)
(27),42
0-0
pts
Total Offense
- 32
- 18
- 14
- 12
- 12
- 12
- 12
6
6
2
1
2
1 128
1 232
pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99
7-10 70.0 0-0
(35)
(23),(28)
(44)
(36)
28
(34)
(34),33
39
PAT
rush rcv pass dxp saf
lg blk
44
2
g plays
rush
pass
total avg/g
Kyle Nolan
Jo'el Kimpela
Daniel Wright
Justin Hill
Isaac Ellsworth
Tim Barnes
Harry McCollum
Tommy Jesson
Alex Valles
TEAM
Total
Opponents
10
10
9
10
3
8
10
10
3
7
10
10
Punting
no. yds avg
Kickoffs
no. yds avg tb ob retn
Harry McCollum
TEAM
Total
Opponents
Ben Priddy
H. Darmstadter
Harry McCollum
Total
Opponents
403 184 1603 1787 178.7
138 729
0 729 72.9
66 331
0 331 36.8
9
62
0
62 6.2
7
32
0
32 10.7
12
26
6
32 4.0
1
13
0
13 1.3
4
12
0
12 1.2
1
1
0
1 0.3
11 -41
0 -41 -5.9
652 1349 1609 2958 295.8
681 1801 1960 3761 376.1
61 2522
4 13
65 2535
44 1661
30 1735
1 35
1 44
32 1814
50 2973
41.3
3.2
39.0
37.8
57.8
35.0
44.0
56.7
59.5
lg tb
fc i20 50+ blk
60 10 3 14 10
13 0 0 0 0
60 10 3 14 10
51 3 15 13 2
3
0
0
3
7
4
0
4
1
net ydln
0
0
0
0 19.6 36.6
2 22.0 38.3
28
26
Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.
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GEORGETOWN DEFENSIVE STATS
2014 Georgetown Football
Georgetown Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Nov 21, 2014)
All games
#
35
90
44
10
99
33
2
17
12
96
1
94
28
30
9
4
8
29
20
53
41
31
98
34
57
19
37
26
55
5
11
TM
77
13
ua
Tackles
a
tot
Defensive Leaders
gp
Nick Alfieri
Alec May
M. Satchell
John Egan
J. Richardson
Garrett Powers
Tyrell Williams
Ettian Scott
Porter Huntley
D. Richardson
Hunter Kiselick
Peter Daibes
David Akere
D. Yankovich
Richard Shankle
W. Crutchfield
Phil Novacki
Javan Robinson
Cameron Gamble
Leo Loughery
Larenz Griggs
Patrick Boyle
Hugh Masterson
Gibson Vaught
Robert Longwell
Daniel Wright
Ben Priddy
Troye Bullock
Harry McCollum
Justin Hill
Tommy Jesson
TEAM
Kevin Liddy
Kyle Nolan
Total
Opponents
10
46
60
10
41
39
10
39
40
10
29
20
10
15
32
10
24
20
10
26
18
10
28
8
10
24
12
10
12
17
10
10
15
10
10
12
10
13
7
10
13
6
9
5
13
10
10
8
9
7
7
10
6
4
4
7
3
7
3
6
10
3
5
6
3
4
7
3
3
10
2
4
10
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10 351 291
106
80
79
49
47
44
44
36
36
29
25
22
20
19
18
18
14
10
10
9
8
7
6
6
5
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
760
642
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Sacks
no-yds
Pass defense
Fumbles
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int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds
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2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
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OPPONENT GAME-BY-GAME STATS/GAME
HIGHS Football
2014 Georgetown
Georgetown Team Game-by-Game Comparison (as of Nov 21, 2014)
All games
Opponent
WAGNER
Dayton
Marist
BRWN
Colgate
HARV
Lafayette
BUCKNELL
LEHIGH
FORDHAM
Totals
Opponent
WAGNER
Dayton
Marist
BRWN
Colgate
HARV
Lafayette
BUCKNELL
LEHIGH
FORDHAM
Totals
Score
3 - 21
14 - 23
27 - 7
17 - 3
0 - 19
3 - 34
21 - 24
17 - 22
19 - 27
7 - 52
128 - 232
Total
14
15
20
21
14
18
24
12
20
13
171
/
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3rd Down
Conversions
First Downs
Rush
Pass
21
3 / 12
24
7 / 11
8
7 / 6
16
8 / 6
16
6 / 15
26
4 / 15
16 15 / 5
20
5 / 10
21 10 / 7
23
8 / 8
191 73 / 95
9
7
10
12
7
9
9
6
10
3
82
4th Down
Conversions
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8
11
2
9
1
10
10
8
14
13
86
Pen
2
1
3
1
1
5
0
1
0
2
16
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1
2
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1
0
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1
2
0
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10
Time of
Possession
Rushing
Number-Yards
20-19
29-100
34-94
38-250
31-35
27-74
42-282
31-104
35-220
37-171
324-1349
3-13 / 6-13
0-2 / 0-1
24:17 / 35:43
3-14 / 6-14
3-6 / 1-3
27:06 / 32:54
9-20 / 3-14
0-1 / 0-0
33:37 / 26:23
3-11 / 5-14
1-1 / 0-1
31:40 / 28:20
2-13 / 2-12
0-1 / 1-3
28:32 / 31:28
Football
5-14 / 9-15 2014 Georgetown
0-2 / 2-4
28:57 / 31:03
Georgetown
(as
of /Nov
4-11 / 7-14Game Superlatives
0-1 / 0-1
35:11
24:4921,
5-14 / 6-14
1-1All
/ 1-1
games 24:24 / 35:36
4-14 / 4-13
1-3 / 3-4
25:58 / 34:02
4-16 / 6-15
0-1 / 2-2
29:19 / 30:41
INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS
42-140 / 54-138
6-19 / 10-20
289:01 / 310:59
Rushes
20 in Jo'el
Kimpela
at Lafayette (Octfor11,
2014)
Note: Game totals are displayed
the format
TEAM/OPPONENT
each
category
Yards Rushing
159
Jo'el Kimpela at Lafayette (Oct 11, 2014)
TD Rushes
1
Daniel Wright at Dayton (Sep 06, 2014)
1
Kyle Nolan at Marist (Sep 13, 2014)
1
Daniel Wright vs BRWN (Sep 20, 2014)
1
Jo'el Kimpela at Lafayette (Oct 11, 2014)
1
Kyle Nolan vs BUCKNELL (Oct 25, 2014)
1
Kyle Nolan vs LEHIGH (Nov. 1, 2014)
1
Jo'el Kimpela vs LEHIGH (Nov. 1, 2014)
Long Rush
57
Daniel Wright vs BRWN (Sep 20, 2014)
Pass attempts
44
Kyle Nolan at Marist (Sep 13, 2014)
Pass completions
22
Kyle Nolan at Lafayette (Oct 11, 2014)
Yards Passing
194
Kyle Nolan at Marist (Sep 13, 2014)
TD Passes
2
Kyle Nolan at Lafayette (Oct 11, 2014)
Long Pass
67
Kyle Nolan vs BUCKNELL (Oct 25, 2014)
Receptions
8
Jake DeCicco vs WAGNER (Aug 30, 2014)
Yards Receiving
83
Matthew Buckman vs BUCKNELL (Oct 25, 2014)
TD Receptions
1
Justin Hill at Dayton (Sep 06, 2014)
1
M. Cimilluca at Marist (Sep 13, 2014)
1
Jake DeCicco vs BRWN (Sep 20, 2014)
1
Justin Hill at Lafayette (Oct 11, 2014)
1
Matthew Buckman at Lafayette (Oct 11, 2014)
1
Matthew Buckman vs BUCKNELL (Oct 25, 2014)
1
Jake DeCicco at FORDHAM (Nov 15, 2014)
Long Reception
67
Matthew Buckman vs BUCKNELL (Oct 25, 2014)
Field Goals
2
H. Darmstadter at Marist (Sep 13, 2014)
Long Field Goal
44
H. Darmstadter vs BRWN (Sep 20, 2014)
Punts
7
Harry McCollum vs WAGNER (Aug 30, 2014)
7
Harry McCollum at Marist (Sep 13, 2014)
7
Harry McCollum at Colgate (Sep 27, 2014)
7
Harry McCollum vs BUCKNELL (Oct 25, 2014)
7
Harry McCollum at FORDHAM (Nov 15, 2014)
Punting Avg
49.0
Harry McCollum vs BRWN (Sep 20, 2014)
Long Punt
60
Harry McCollum at Dayton (Sep 06, 2014)
Punts inside 20
2
Harry McCollum at Dayton (Sep 06, 2014)
2
Harry McCollum at Marist (Sep 13, 2014)
2
Harry McCollum vs BRWN (Sep 20, 2014)
2
Harry McCollum at Colgate (Sep 27, 2014)
2
Harry McCollum vs HARV (Oct 04, 2014)
2
Harry McCollum vs BUCKNELL (Oct 25, 2014)
2
Harry McCollum vs LEHIGH (Nov. 1, 2014)
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Passing
Comp-Att-Int
52-167
40-317
32-72
31-88
47-319
47-265
40-103
43-172
48-154
41-144
421-1801
TOP
Margin
-11:26
-5:48
7:14
3:20
-2:56
-2:06
2014)
10:22
-11:12
-8:04
-1:22
-21:58
20-43-0
19-35-0
21-45-1
18-28-1
15-29-0
16-33-0
22-30-2
11-26-1
15-33-0
8-26-1
165-328-6
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Avg
Yds/Rush
0.9
3.4
2.8
6.6
1.1
2.7
6.7
3.4
6.3
4.6
4.2
/
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/
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/
/
/
/
/
3.2
7.9
2.2
2.8
6.8
5.6
2.6
4.0
3.2
3.5
4.3
13-19-1
185
19-33-1
179
10-25-3
194
19-34-2
177
4-12-1
150
20-25-0
153
17-26-2
165
13-24-1
191
17-26-1
135
27-36-0
80
159-260-12 1609
Avg
Yds/Pass
4.3
5.1
4.3
6.3
5.2
4.6
5.5
7.3
4.1
3.1
4.9
Rushes
Yards Rushing
Yards Per Rush
TD Rushes
Pass attempts
Pass completions
Yards Passing
Yards Per Pass
TD Passes
Total Plays
Total Offense
Yards Per Play
Points
Sacks By
First Downs
Penalties
Penalty Yards
Turnovers
Interceptions By
Punts
Punting Avg
Long Punt
Punts inside 20
Long Punt Return
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
8.6
5.3
2.7
6.3
2.5
11.7
5.7
7.1
13.3
9.8
7.5
Total Offense
Plays-Yards
Yards
/
/
/
/
/
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/
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/
/
/
163
63-204
176
64-279
68
79-288
215
66-427
30
60-185
293
60-227
147
72-447
171
57-295
345
68-355
352
63-251
1960 652-2958
Avg
Yds/Play
3.2
4.4
3.6
6.5
3.1
3.8
6.2
5.2
5.2
4.0
4.5
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
4.6
6.8
2.5
4.7
5.9
7.8
3.8
5.1
6.7
6.4
5.5
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
71-330
73-493
57-140
65-303
59-349
72-558
66-250
67-343
74-499
77-496
681-3761
Punting
Number-Avg
Return
Yards
44
102
160
31
54
67
121
167
135
190
1071
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
39
74
216
90
86
82
204
153
80
123
1147
Penalties
Number-Yards
7-36.6 / 4-36.5
7-55
5-45.6 / 2-41.0
7-46
7-43.3 / 10-37.5
4-35
6-49.0 / 5-43.6
5-36
9-31.6 / 5-41.4
5-50
5-45.2 / 1-35.0
5-39
5-40.8 / 4-39.8
9-115
7-38.9 / 6-26.3
8-70
5-39.0 / 2-43.0
4-35
TEAM
HIGHS 10-94
9-30.3 GAME
/ 5-39.0
65-39.0 / 44-37.8 64-575
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/
/
/
/
10-89
7-84
7-60
5-21
9-93
8-75
7-53
8-77
7-90
10-100
78-742
TurnOvers
1
0
1
2
1
0
3
1
1
2
12
/
/
/
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/
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/
/
/
/
1
2
3
4
1
1
3
2
2
0
19
Sacks
2
1
4
5
1
0
3
2
2
3
23
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2014 Georgetown Football
Georgetown Game Superlatives (as of Nov 21, 2014)
All games
42
282
6.7
2
45
22
194
7.3
2
79
447
6.5
27
5
24
10
115
3
3
9
9
49.0
60
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
10
at Lafayette (Oct 11, 2014)
at Lafayette (Oct 11, 2014)
at Lafayette (Oct 11, 2014)
vs LEHIGH (Nov. 1, 2014)
at Marist (Sep 13, 2014)
at Lafayette (Oct 11, 2014)
at Marist (Sep 13, 2014)
vs BUCKNELL (Oct 25, 2014)
at Lafayette (Oct 11, 2014)
at Marist (Sep 13, 2014)
at Lafayette (Oct 11, 2014)
vs BRWN (Sep 20, 2014)
at Marist (Sep 13, 2014)
vs BRWN (Sep 20, 2014)
at Lafayette (Oct 11, 2014)
at FORDHAM (Nov 15, 2014)
at Lafayette (Oct 11, 2014)
at Lafayette (Oct 11, 2014)
at Marist (Sep 13, 2014)
at Colgate (Sep 27, 2014)
at FORDHAM (Nov 15, 2014)
vs BRWN (Sep 20, 2014)
at Dayton (Sep 06, 2014)
at Dayton (Sep 06, 2014)
at Marist (Sep 13, 2014)
vs BRWN (Sep 20, 2014)
at Colgate (Sep 27, 2014)
vs HARV (Oct 04, 2014)
vs BUCKNELL (Oct 25, 2014)
vs LEHIGH (Nov. 1, 2014)
at Lafayette (Oct 11, 2014)
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
2
1
1
2
5
3
4
2
1
2
23
16
PATRIOT LEAGUE
2014 PATRIOT LEAGUE FOOTBALL STANDINGS
TEAM
PL
PCT
OVERALL PCT
Fordham!
6-0
1.000
10-1
.909
Bucknell
4-1
.800
8-2
.800
Lafayette
2-3
.400
4-6
.400
Colgate
2-3
.400
4-7
.364
Holy Cross
2-3
.400
4-7
.364
Lehigh
2-3
.400
3-7
.300
Georgetown 0-5
.000
2-8
.200
! Clinched Patriot League Championship
2014 PRESEASON ALL-PATRIOT LEAGUE FOOTBALL TEAM
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Michael Nebrich, Fordham, Sr., QB
Offense:
QB Mike Nebrich, Fordham (Sr.)
RB Ross Scheuerman, Lafayette (Sr.)
RB C.J. Williams, Bucknell (So.)
FB/HB Ed Pavalko, Colgate (Sr.)
WR Sam Ajala, Fordham (Sr.)
WR Tebucky Jones, Fordham (Sr.)
WR Brian Wetzel, Fordham (Sr.)
TE Dan Light, Fordham (Sr.)
OL Luke Chiarolanzio, Lafayette (Jr.)
OL Ned Daryoush, Lehigh (Jr.)
OL Julie’n Davenport, Bucknell (So.)
OL Mason Halter, Fordham (Sr.)
OL Lonnie Rawles, Bucknell (Sr.)
RS Kalif Raymond, Holy Cross (Jr.)
RS Matt Smalley, Lafayette (Jr.)
PK Michael Marando, Fordham (Sr.)
2014 PATRIOT LEAGUE FOOTBALL
PRESEASON POLL
1. Fordham, 72 points (12 first-place votes)
2. Lehigh, 54
3. Lafayette, 51 (2)
4. Bucknell, 43
5. Colgate, 33
6. Holy Cross, 29
7. Georgetown, 12
2013 ALL-PATRIOT LEAGUE FOOTBALL TEAM
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Michael Nebrich, Fordham, Jr., QB
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Stephen Hodge, Fordham, Jr., LB
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR:
Peter Pujals, Holy Cross, Fr., QB
COACH OF THE YEAR:
Joe Moorhead, Fordham
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Stephen Hodge, Fordham, Sr., LB
Defense:
DL Demetrius Baldwin-Youngblood, Bucknell (Sr.)
DL Brett Biestek, Fordham (Gr.)
DL Tim Newton, Lehigh (Sr.)
DL DeAndre Slate, Fordham (Sr.)
LB Nick Alfieri, Georgetown (Sr.)
LB Evan Byers, Bucknell (Sr.)
LB Stephen Hodge, Fordham (Sr.)
LB Kris Kent, Colgate (Sr.)
DB Mike Armiento, Colgate (Sr.)
DB Matt Smalley, Lafayette (Jr.)
DB Matthew Steinbeck, Bucknell (Sr.)
DB Ian Williams, Fordham (Sr.)
P Joe Pavlik, Fordham (So.)
2013 First-Team Offense
Offense:
QB: Michael Nebrich, Fordham
RB: Carlton Koonce, Fordham;
RB: Keith Sherman, Lehigh
FB/HB: Ed Pavalko, Colgate
WR: Sam Ajala, Fordham
WR: Lee Kurfis, Lehigh
WR: Mark Ross, Lafayette
TE: Dan Light, Fordham
OL: Luke Chiarolanzio, Lafayette
OL: Ned Daryoush, Lehigh
OL: Tom Fisher, Fordham
OL: Mason Halter, Fordham
OL: Lonnie Rawles, Bucknell
PK: Michael Marando, Fordham
RS: Matt Smalley, Lafayette
2013 Second-Team All-Patriot League
Offense
QB: Brandon Bialkowski, Lehigh
RB: Ross Scheuerman, Lafayette
RB: CJ Williams, Bucknell
FB/HB: Greg Kessel, Lafayette
WR: Mike Fess, Holy Cross
WR: Tebucky Jones, Fordham
WR: Brian Wetzel, Fordham
TE: Daniel Sprotte, Georgetown
OL: Jordi Dalmau, Colgate
OL: Julie’n Davenport, Bucknell
OL: Matt Lippincott, Lehigh
OL: Zack Mazur, Lafayette
OL: Kyle Pedretty, Holy Cross
PK: Ryan Gralish, Lafayette
RS: Brian Wetzel, Fordham
2013 First-Team Defense
Defense:
DL: Brett Biestek, Fordham
DL: Tim Newton, Lehigh
DL: DeAndre Slate, Fordham
DL: Tracey Smith, Bucknell
LB: Mike Boles, Lafayette
LB: Evan Byers, Bucknell
LB: Stephen Hodge, Fordham
LB: Dustin Wharton, Georgetown
DB: Mike Armiento, Colgate
DB: Matt Smalley, Lafayette
DB: Ian Williams, Fordham
DB: Tyler Ward, Lehigh
P: Tim Divers, Lehigh
Second-Team All-Patriot League
Defense
DL: Demetrius Baldwin-Youngblood, Bucknell
DL: Alec May, Georgetown
DL: Steve Mercado, Lafayette
DL: Jordan Richardson, Georgetown
LB: Nick Alfieri, Georgetown
LB: Austin Hancock, Fordham
LB: Kris Kent, Colgate
LB: Nigel Muhammad, Lehigh
DB: Jordan Chapman, Fordham
DB: Jared Roberts, Lafayette
DB: Matthew Steinbeck, Bucknell
DB: Levon Williams, Fordham
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
17
2014 OPPONENTS
WAGNER
HARVARD
DAYTON
LAFAYETTE
MARIST
BUCKNELL
August 30 | Multi-Sport Field
Conference..................................................NEC
Enrollment................................................. 2,100
Head Coach................................Walt Hameline
2013 Record (Conf.)............................. 3-8 (2-4)
SID................................................ John Beisser
Email........................ [email protected]
Office Phone...............................(718) 390-3227
Website......................www.wagnerathletics.com
September 6 | Welcome Stadium
Conference................................Pioneer League
Enrollment............................................... 10,856
Head Coach...........................Rick Chamberlain
2013 Record (Conf.)............................. 7-4 (3-2)
SID............................................Doug Hauschild
Email....................... [email protected]
Office Phone...............................(937) 229-4390
Website........................... www.daytonflyers.com
September 13 | Tenney Stadium
Conference................................Pioneer League
Enrollment................................................. 6,303
Head Coach..................................... Jim Parady
2013 Record (Conf.)............................. 8-3 (7-1)
SID.................................................Mike Ferraro
[email protected]
Office Phone...............................(845) 575-3000
Website.............................www.goredfoxes.com
BROWN
September 20 | Multi-Sport Field
Conference........................................Ivy League
Enrollment................................................. 8,454
Head Coach....................................... Phil Estes
2013 Record (Conf.)............................. 6-4 (3-4)
SID................................................. Chris Humm
Email............... [email protected]
Office Phone...............................(401) 863-1314
Website............................ www.brownbears.com
COLGATE
September 27 | Multi-Sport Facility
Conference..................................Patriot League
Enrollment................................................. 2,969
Head Coach........................................Dan Hunt
2013 Record (Conf.)............................. 4-8 (3-2)
SID.................................................John Painter
Email................................ [email protected]
Office Phone...............................(315) 228-7566
Website.................... www.gocolgateraiders.com
October 4 | Multi-Sport Field
Conference........................................Ivy League
Enrollment............................................... 21,000
Head Coach.................................... Tim Murphy
2013 Record (Conf.)............................. 9-1 (6-1)
SID.............................................Tim Williamson
[email protected]
Office Phone...............................(617) 495-2206
Website.............................. www.gocrimson.com
HOLY CROSS
November 22 | Multi-Sport Field
Conference..................................Patriot League
Enrollment................................................. 2,891
Head Coach...................................Tom Gilmore
2013 Record (Conf.)............................. 3-9 (1-5)
SID................................................ Charles Bare
Email............................... [email protected]
Office Phone...............................(508) 793-2583
Website............................www.goholycross.com
October 11 | Fisher Stadium
Conference..................................Patriot League
Enrollment............................................... 16,885
Head Coach...................................Frank Tavani
2013 Record (Conf.)............................. 5-7 (4-1)
SID............................................... Philip LaBella
Email............................. [email protected]
Office Phone...............................(610) 330-5123
Website.............................www.goleopards.com
October 25 | Multi-Sport Field
Conference..................................Patriot League
Enrollment................................................. 6,240
Head Coach...................................... Joe Susan
2013 Record (Conf.) ............................ 6-5 (3-2)
SID................................................. Todd Merriet
Email...................... [email protected]
Office Phone...............................(610) 577-3488
Website......................... www.bucknellbison.com
LEHIGH
November 1 | Multi-Sport Field
Conference..................................Patriot League
Enrollment................................................. 7,070
Head Coach..................................... Andy Coen
2013 Record (Conf.)............................. 8-3 (3-2)
SID......................................... Steve Lomangino
Email.................................... [email protected]
Office Phone...............................(610) 758-3174
Website........................... www.lehighsports.com
FORDHAM
November 15 | Jack Coffey Stadium
Conference..................................Patriot League
Enrollment............................................... 15,170
Head Coach................................ Joe Moorhead
2013 Record (Conf.)........................... 12-2 (7-0)
SID.....................................................Joe DiBari
Email................................. [email protected]
Office Phone...............................(718) 817-4240
Website........................www.fordhamsports.com
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experience to his new leadership role in our
football program,” Reed said. “As a coach and an
educator, he has shown his commitment to the
holistic development of student-athletes as well as
his passion for the game of football. I look forward
to working with Rob to ensure that Georgetown
football is a quality experience for his players.”
ROB SGARLATA
HEAD COACH
1ST SEASON
Georgetown University Director of Intercollegiate
Athletics Lee Reed named Rob Sgarlata
(C’94, S’12) the 31st head football coach
in program history. Sgarlata has served
on the Hoyas coaching staff for the past
18 seasons, including the last eight as
Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator.
Sgarlata took over as the interim head coach
on January 30, following the departure of Kevin
Kelly and was selected following a national
search for coaching candidates. Sgarlata
becomes just the fourth person to have played
football and graduated from Georgetown
before earning the head coach title, joining Joe
Reilly, Jack Hagerty and Maurice Dubofsky.
“Rob Sgarlata brings a wealth of relevant
As
defensive
coordinator
under
Kelly,
Sgarlata helped guide the Hoyas to its best
stretch since joining the Patriot League,
between 2010 and 2012. GU possessed the
top-ranked scoring defense in the Patriot
League in 2011 and featured the secondranked scoring defense in the league in 2012.
“When I was a student-athlete at Georgetown, our
Athletic Director, Frank Rienzo used to say that
we stand on the shoulders of those who came
before us,” Sgarlata said. “During my time on the
Hilltop, I have witnessed this sentiment first hand.
I have been fortunate to play for Scotty Glacken
and work under excellent former head coaches
Bob Benson and Kevin Kelly. I look forward to
the challenge of guiding this program forward. I
am extremely excited to work with the group of
football players we currently have on the Hilltop.”
Sgarlata has helped develop four All-Americans,
including Michael Ononibaku in 2005, Alex
Buzbee in 2006, Andrew Schaetzke, just the ninth
consensus All-American in Patriot League history
in 2011 and Robert McCabe in 2012. Buzbee
would go on to play in the NFL with the Washington
Redskins and the Canadian Football League
(CFL) with the Toronto Argonauts. Schaetzke
and McCabe each went to NFL rookie camps,
following brilliant playing careers on the Hilltop.
During his tenure as defensive coordinator,
the Hoyas have featured four ECAC
First
Team
selections
and
Patriot League selections on
20
Alldefense.
Within the defense, Sgarlata worked with the
defensive line in 1995-96 and again from 200204, where he coached Buzbee, Ononibaku
and 1996 MAAC Defensive Player of the Year
Janne Kouri. He worked with the defensive
backs from 2005-12, where he worked with AllPatriot League performers Brian Tandy, Travis
Mack, Jayah Kaisamba and Jeremy Moore.
Prior to his work on defense, Sgarlata worked
with wide receivers and tight ends from 19962000, helping the Hoyas to consecutive
MAAC Championships in 1998 and 1999
and an appearance in the 1998 ECAC Bowl.
In addition to coaching, Sgarlata has also
served as an academic advisor, career and
alumni liaison, financial aid liaison, internship
director and computer and technology liaison
during his 18 years with the football program.
Sgarlata, a four-year letterman at Georgetown
is among the program’s all-time leading
rushers. He was a team captain in 1993 and
the recipient of the John J. Hagerty Award
presented annually to Georgetown’s outstanding
back, following his senior season. He also
excelled in the classroom, being named to the
1993 GTE District II Academic All-America
Football Team and was also named to the
MAAC Football League Academic All-Star Team.
Sgarlata graduated from Georgetown in 1994
from the College of Arts & Sciences with a
degree in government and international relations.
In May 2012, he completed his master’s
degree in sport industry management from the
School of Continuing Studies at Georgetown.
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conference accolades. Weiss tied for eighth in
the nation with 1.45 field goals per game in 2011.
Prior to Georgetown, Thompson coached the
outside linebackers at Harvard. While there, he
helped the Crimson to a 10-0 record and the Ivy
League championship in 2004. Harvard limited its
final six opponents to 14 points or less, including
two shutouts. The team gave up only one
touchdown in the last three games of the season.
LUKE THOMPSON
ASSISTANT COACH/DEFENSIVE
COORDINATOR/LINEBACKERS
FIRST SEASON
Luke Thompson joined the coaching staff
as the Hoyas’ defensive coordinator in
March 2014. Thompson spent the 2012 and
2013 on the coaching staff at Army, before
returning to the Hilltop, where he coached
linebackers and special teams from 2006-2011.
“I am very excited to have Luke back on the
Hilltop,” Sgarlata said. “He will be a tremendous
asset to our program. He is an excellent
football coach and even better person. He
has a proven track record as a detail oriented
communicator who relates well to his players.”
Thompson served as an assistant coach at
Amherst College for two seasons in 2002
and 2003. His duties with the Lord Jeffs
included coaching the inside linebackers and
coordinating the team’s video operations.
He also spent two spent two seasons, 1999
and 2000, as an assistant coach and recruiting
coordinator with Holy Cross in his hometown of
Worcester, Mass. Thompson began his coaching
career in 1998 as the offensive line and tight ends
coach at Bowdoin College in Bruswick, Maine.
Thompson, a Worcester, Mass. native earned two
letters in football at Assumption College, where
he graduated in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in
foreign affairs and economics. He and his wife,
Kristin, have two children, Madelyn and Luke.
In
his
new
role,
Thompson
will
oversee
the
Hoyas
defense,
while
also
coaching
the
team’s
linebackers.
During the last two seasons, Thompson
served on Head Coach Rich Ellerson’s staff
at Army, as the special teams’ coordinator
in 2012 and 2013. In addition to special
teams’, Thompson also coached fullbacks in
2012, when Army led the nation in rushing.
At Georgetown, Thompson helped turn the
program around during his six seasons serving
as linebackers coach and special teams’
coordinator. Defensively, Thompson mentored
the top-two tacklers in Hoyas’ history in AllAmerican Robert McCabe and two-time team
captain and No. 35 Jersey Recipient Nick Parrish.
Thompson also coached 2008 graduate Stephen
Smith, a captain who was the recipient of the
prestigious No. 35 jersey. During his tenure, he
guided the Hoyas’ special teams to six top 20
finishes in the NCAA Football Championship
Subdivision statistical rankings, including two
top-five performances. In 2011, the Hoyas’ kickoff
return unit ranked 13th in the nation with a 23.63
yards-per-return average, while the punt return
team was 15th in the country at 12.44 yards
per return. Thompson mentored Jeremy Moore,
who finished as the leading kick-returner in GU
history, to first-team All-Patriot League honors
as a return specialist. Under his guidance,
kicker Brett Weiss earned second-team all-
MICHAEL NEUBERGER
ASSISTANT COACH
OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/
RUNNING BACKS/TIGHT ENDS
FIRST SEASON
Michael Neuberger was
offensive coordinator for
football
program
in
named to the
the Georgetown
March
2014.
Neuberger, who coached running backs and tight
ends at Cornell in 2013, returns to the Hilltop,
where he coached wide receivers in 2012.
“The Hoya Football Family is very excited
to welcome Michael Neuberger back the
Hilltop,” Georgetown Head Football Coach
Rob Sgarlata said. “Michael is an excellent
teacher who relates well to our studentathletes. He brings a positive and enthusiastic
energy to the office every day and I am sure
that will translate to success for our offense.”
Neuberger
will
take
the
offense,
while
working
Hoyas’ wide receivers and
reins
on
with
the
tight ends.
Last season at Cornell, Neuberger worked with
running backs and tight ends, helping Luke
Hagy earn All-Ivy League Honorable Mention
recognition, while Ty Bostain led Ivy League
tight ends in receptions (29) and finished third
at his position in receiving yardage (262).
In 2012 with the Hoyas, Neuberger’s wide
receivers averaged 12.11 yards per catch
and accounted for seven touchdowns,
while helping develop Kevin Macari into a
Second Team All-Patriot League selection.
At Columbia, Neuberger served as the tight
ends coach in 2011, where he assisted in
the offensive game plan development, while
also serving as the scout team coordinator
for defense and special teams. During his
season at Columbia, Neuberger developed
sophomore tight end Hamilton Garner into an
All-Ivy League honorable mention selection.
Prior to his season with the Lions, Neuberger
spent two seasons as a graduate assistant
coach at the University of Maryland. Neuberger
worked with running backs in 2009 and with
the offensive line in 2010, where he was an
integral part of the second-largest turnaround
in the FBS, helping the Terrapins improve by
seven wins from its previous season. Neuberger
worked with the 2010 Maryland offensive line
that helped produce 32.23 points per game, the
30th-best mark in the nation. He also worked
with the fourth best punt return unit in the nation
that averaged 16.94 yards per return, featuring
First Team All-ACC selection Tony Logan.
Neuberger spent two seasons, from 2007-09 as
an assistant football coach at University of Dayton,
where he worked with tight ends, slot receivers and
offensive lineman. At Dayton, Neuberger helped
in the team’s development and implementation of
the spread offense, while coaching AP Second
Team All-America tight end Matt Champa. His
work helped the Flyers rank fifth in the nation
in passing (299.50 yards per game) and sixth
in the nation in scoring (38.83 points per game).
He earned his start in coaching at Dayton
where he started as a student assistant coach
and strength and conditioning assistant
directly following his playing days in June
2004. In his first season he worked primarily
with defensive backs, before shifting his
focus to tight ends and offensive linemen as
a football graduate assistant from 2005-07.
Neuberger, a Pittsburgh, Pa. native, played four
seasons from 2001-2004 in the secondary and on
special teams at Dayton. He was a member of two
Pioneer Football League championship teams,
while helping the Flyers win its first I-AA Mid-Major
national championship in 2002. He was a twotime member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll.
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He graduated from Dayton with a bachelor of
science in education and allied professions in 2005.
Neuberger lives with his wife, Ashlyn in Fulton, Md.
KEVIN DOHERTY
ASSISTANT COACH
SPECIAL TEAMS COORD./
DEFENSIVE BACKS
THIRD SEASON
Kevin Doherty has coached defensive backs
and the special teams units on the Georgetown
football coaching staff since March 2012.
During his time on the Hilltop, Doherty helped
guide the Hoyas to third in the Patriot League in
pass defense (215.7 yards/gm) in 2012, despite
losing three starters in the secondary from the
previous season. Under Doherty’s tutelage,
CB Jeremy Moore set a career high with five
interceptions, while breaking the program’s
career record for interception return yardage
(318 yards). Punt Returner Kevin Macari, was
second in the PL in punt return average (11.5).
In addition to his work on the field,
championships in 2001, 2004, 2007, and 2008.
Prior to Harvard, Doherty spent two
seasons at University of Connecticut, , as
the defensive backfield coach, earning
his first Assistant Coach of the Year honor
from the All American Football Foundation.
Doherty spent one season as the Head Coach
at St. Francis (Pa.) in Loretto, Pa., after a
successful six-year run as the Defensive
Coordinator and special teams coordinator at
Marist College. In 1997, the Red Foxes led the
nation in total defense, allowing 213 yards per
game, while setting NCAA records, allowing
39.8 rushing yards per game and 1.24 yards
per carry, while allowing just three rushing
touchdowns in 1997. Doherty also helped guide
the team to a 2004 MAAC Championship.
From 1989-1992, Doherty was the defensive
backfield coach and special teams coordinator at
Tufts University in Medford, Mass. He also spent
the spring of 1989 coaching outside linebackers
at Northeastern University in Boston, Mass.
Doherty began his coaching career at
Syracuse University under Dick MacPherson
from 1987-1989 as a Graduate Assistant
Football Coach. In 1987 he helped the
Orange to a Sugar Bowl Championship and
a 1988 Hall of Fame Bowl Championship.
Doherty earned his Bachelors of Arts from Tufts
University in 1987 and obtained his Masters
of Science from Syracuse University in 1989.
He
has
two
children,
son
Kevin,
Jr.
and
daughter
Katherine.
Doherty has helped the football program
forge strong relationships in the community.
In 2014, he developed the Hoyas relationship
with Friends of Jaclyn, organizing the
team’s adoption of Elijah Davis and Jackson
Dundon during a “Signing Day” ceremony.
Doherty brings 25 years of college coaching
experience, last serving as the Assistant
Head Coach and defensive backfield coach
at St. Anselm College in Manchester, N.H.
From 2001 to 2009, Doherty coached defense at
Harvard University, beginning as the defensive
backfield coach in 2001, where he developed
two first-team All-Ivy League selections, before
becoming the co-Defensive Coordinator in
2002 when he earned Assistant Coach of the
Year honors from the All American Football
Foundation. His role expanded once again
in 2003 when he was named Assistant Head
Coach and Defensive Coordinator, while also
serving as the defensive backfield coach.
Under Doherty’s guidance, the defense helped
the Crimson to the most successful eight-year
span in Ivy League history, winning league
BRIAN MILLER
ASSISTANT COACH/OFFENSIVE LINE
THIRD SEASON
Brian Miller has coached the offensive
lineman
as
part
of
the
Georgetown
football coaching staff since March 2012.
During his time on the Hilltop, Miller has
coached James Spaly, a 2012 All-Patriot League
Second Team lineman and Don Rhodes, a
member of the 2012 PL All-Academic Team.
For two seasons (2010-2011), Miller served
as an assistant offensive line coach at the
University of Kansas, where he helped the
Jayhawks engineer the greatest comeback in
Kansas football history, making up 35 points in
the fourth quarter. Miller also coached two AllBIG 12 offensive linemen, Jeremiah Hatch and
Duane Zlatnik during his year in Lawrence, Kan.
Prior to Kansas, Miller spent eight seasons
from 2002-2009 last serving as the offensive
coordinator at Division II Washburn University
in Topeka, Kan. At Washburn, Miller helped
produce four of the top offensive season’s
in school history, setting 20 team offensive
school records, guiding 28 student-athletes in
setting 28 individual offensive school records.
In 2009, the Ichabods’ offense, under Miller’s
guidance, averaged over 40 points per
game, the fourth highest mark in the nation.
Miller coached two All Americans, six AllRegion and 47 All-Conference selections,
including current Carolina Panthers’ Offensive
Lineman Brian Folkerts. In addition to Folkerts,
he also recruited and signed Cary Williams
and Michael Wilhoite, Joe Hastings and
Trey Lewis who have all played in the NFL.
With the Ichabods, Miller also served as
offensive line coach, where his line blocked for
the program’s all-time leading rusher and all-time
leading passer. Miller also served as the team’s
academic coordinator, producing two Academic
All-Americans, five Academic All-Region,
and 74 Academic All-Conference winners.
Before Washburn, Miller coached at University
of Minnesota, Crookston for five seasons (19972002), where he last served as Associate Head
Coach. Miller had also worked as the offensive
coordinator, where he worked with offenses
that set 17 team and individual records. He also
worked as the quarterbacks and wide receivers
coach, guiding two All-Conference quarterbacks
and two All-Conference wide receivers. In
Crookston, Miller also spent two seasons as an
assistant baseball coach, while serving on the
faculty as the program manager and assistant
professor for the Sport & Recreation Management
Degree Program, a program he developed from
its inception. Miller spent two years at Northern
State University in Aberdeen, S.D., where he
served as the Special Teams Coordinator,
coaching units that led the league in punt blocks
and punt return yards. He also coached running
backs and defensive linemen at Northern State.
He began his coaching career, at St. Cloud State
University as the running backs coach in 1994-1995.
Miller, a native of Golden, Colo., was a four-year
letterwinner at Hastings College in Nebraska
from 1985-1988, where he earned his Bachelor
of Arts in Business Administration with a minor
in communications in 1989. He earned his
Masters of Science in Athletic Administration
at St. Cloud State University in 1996.
He and his wife Michelle reside in
Burke, Va. and have three children,
sons Matt and Alex and daughter Bailey.
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THURSTON CHILDREY
ALEX KOLT
MAURICE BANKS
Thurston Childrey is in his fourth season on the
Hilltop and his second working with the Hoyas wide
receivers. Childrey spent his first two seasons at
GU coaching linebackers and defensive backs.
Alex Kolt enters his fourth season on the
Hoyas’ coaching staff, where he will focus on
the development of the defensive line under
defensive coordinator Luke Thompson. Kolt will
spend his second consecutive season focusing
on the development of the offensive line. During
his first two years on the Hilltop, he worked with
the team’s tight ends and offensive lineman.
Maurice Banks joined the Hoyas coaching
staff and works with the team’s defensive
backs.
Banks
returns
to
Georgetown,
where was an assistant in 2010 and
starred as a student-athlete from 2002-05.
ASSISTANT COACH/WIDE RECEIVERS
FOURTH SEASON
In his first two seasons with the Georgetown
receiving
corps,
Childrey
has
helped
several players produce stand out seasons,
including Zack Wilke, who led the team
with 59 receptions and 668 yards in 2013.
In 2012, Childrey coached the team’s outside
linebackers, working with Dustin Wharton, who
made over 100 tackles for his second straight
season and earned First Team All-Patriot
League honors. In 2011, Childrey worked with
defensive backs, as the unit finished second
in the Patriot League with 17 interceptions.
Under his guidance, senior safeties Wayne
Heimuli and David Quintero had productive
seasons, each intercepting three passes.
Childrey, a Richmond, Va. native, comes to the
Hilltop after spending one season as the Assistant
Quarterbacks Coach at University of Richmond.
At Richmond, Childrey was responsible for
signaling in plays during the first four games
before being moved to the coaches box to assist
the offensive coordinator with recognition of
defensive schemes, coverage and play calling.
He was also responsible for film breakdown and
data entry along with offensive quality control jobs.
Prior to Richmond, Childrey served as
a Graduate Assistant at University of
Virginia for three seasons, working with
the offensive coordinator in each season.
Childrey graduated from Virginia in 2007 with a
B.A. in English and a minor in government, where
he served as a student football manager and Head
Student Football Manager during his senior year.
ASSISTANT COACH/DEFENSIVE LINE
FOURTH SEASON
Kolt’s defensive line was a strength for the
Hoyas defense in 2013, as Alec May and
Jordan Richardson were both named AllPatriot League (PL) Second Team. May and
Richardson each had career-highs with 12
tackles for loss, while May’s 7.0 sacks was
among the PL’s top ten. Richard Shankle also
posted a career-high with 9.5 tackles for loss.
In 2012, Kolt worked with offensive line coach
Brian Miller with the offensive line in addition to
working with tight ends, special teams, defensive
scout teams and breaking down film. Under Kolt,
tight end Daniel Sprotte emerged as a receiving
threat within GU’s offense, finishing fourth on the
team with 15 receptions for 134 yards. The Hoyas
offensive linemen helped the squad improve
the rushing attack by over 48 yards per game.
Kolt began his time on the Hilltop as the
offensive line assistant and tight ends coach
coach prior to the Georgetown University
football team’s winter training period in 2011.
In his first season he helped Tucker Stafford
complete his transition from quarterback to
tight end, as Stafford led the team’s TE’s with
10 catches for 103 yards and a touchdown.
His arrival at Georgetown is Kolt’s first coaching
position after playing four seasons, while
starting two at Hampden-Sydney College on
the offensive line. At Hampden-Sydney, he
helped his team to conference championships
in 2007 and 2009, finishing No. 14 in the nation
in 2009. Kolt was also a three-time Academic
All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC).
ASSISTANT COACH/DEFENSIVE BACKS
FIRST SEASON
“It is always great to have former Hoyas return
to the Hilltop to work with our student-athletes,”
Sgarlata said. “Maurice brings a wealth of
experience to our staff. His time as a very
successful student-athlete while at Georgetown
will prove invaluable to our current players. Over
the past decade he has expanded his knowledge
both as a player and a coach. Maurice knows
what it takes to succeed in the classroom
and on the field at Georgetown. He will be a
great mentor to our players in both areas.”
Prior to his return to Georgetown, Banks spent
two seasons in Brazil, most recently in 2013,
where he served as the Head Coach for Rio
Atlantico in Rio De Janeiro. He also served as
the defensive coordinator and Assistant Head
Coach for the Vasco Da Gama Patriotas, helping
guide the squad to the national semifinals.
In 2012, Banks was the defensive coordinator
for the Joinville Gladiators in Joinville,
Brazil. Banks had moved to Brazil from
Klagenfurt, Austria, where he was a player/
coach with the Corinthian Black Lions in 2011.
Banks worked with the Hoyas defensive
backfield in 2010, helping the unit to one of its
best seasons since joining the Patriot League.
He helped Jayah Kaisamba earn First Team AllPatriot League and ECAC Division I FCS First
Team honors and Jeremy Moore earn All-Patriot
League Second Team honors, as Georgetown
improved by four wins from the previous season.
While coaching at Georgetown, Banks was
also selected to the USA Football Team
for the IFAF Senior World Championships,
helping America to a Gold Medal in Austria.
Prior to his first coaching
stint at
Georgetown, Banks played for the Boise
Burn of Arena Football League 2 (AFL2).
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Prior to his play in the AFL2, Banks had
gained significant experience as a player
and coach internationally.In 2008, Banks
moved to Bergamo, Italy where he gained his
first experience as a player/coach with the
Bergamo Lions. In Bergamo, Banks worked
with defensive backs in addition to playing
wide receiver, quarterback and special teams.
Banks received his introduction to international
football and balancing player and coaching
duties in Marburg, Germany for the Marburg
Mercenaries in 2007. There he played and
coached the defensive backs and played
quarterback. Banks also coached a German
youth team ranging in age from 12-17. He led the
squad to an 8-3 record and a trip to the Euro Bowl.
Banks has also been involved in the local
community, spending two seasons as a
volunteer coach at his alma mater, Gwynn
Park High School in Brandywine, Md. While in
college, Banks worked as a part of the Ronald
Brown Middle School sociology program,
helping create lesson plans and curriculum.
and physical education teacher at The Out-of-Door
Academy in Sarasota, Fla., where he also served
as a varsity and junior varsity football coach,
working with wide receivers and linebackers.
He also served as an Assistant to the Athletic
Director, helping plan and organize events.
Hayes received his start in coaching as the
junior varsity wide receiver coach at Christopher
Columbus High School in Miami, Fla. There he
organized individual drills and instructed players
on the fundamentals of the wide receiver position.
Hayes walked on to the University of Miami
football team in 2006 and spent four years with the
Hurricanes, as a wide receiver, while also working
on special teams. Was a finalist for the Rudy
Award given to walk-ons during his senior season.
He earned his B.S. in Education from University of
Miami in 2010 and is currently working on his M.P.S.
in Sports Industry Management at Georgetown.
During his playing career on the Hilltop, Banks
was a three-year starter and served as team
captain in 2005 during a career that spanned
from 2002-05. He earned All-Patriot League
honors in 2004 and 2005 and was named the
John L. Hagerty Outstanding Back Award in 2005.
ASSISTANT COACH / OFFENSE
FIRST SEASON
Adam Shaker joined the Georgetown University
football coaching staff during the winter of
2014. He will work within Michael Neuberger’s
offense in his first season on the Hilltop.
Chris Hayes is in his second season on the
Georgetown University football coaching
staff, moving to offense, after spending his
first season working under Head Coach
Kevin Kelly with the team’s linebackers.
Hayes made his coaching debut prior to
training camp in July 2013 with the team’s
linebackers. Hayes worked with First Team
All-Patriot League selection Dustin Wharton
and
Second
Team
All-Patriot
League
selection Nick Alfieri during his first season.
Joseph Agbasi has joined the Hoyas as
director of football operations. He handles
daily and seasonal operational tasks, including
recruiting duties, game day operations and
event management. In addition, Agbasi assists
with team travel coordination and logistics.
Before DCPS, Agbasi served as an account
executive at Edelman Public Relations, where
he planned and implemented global public
relations campaigns for Fortune 500 companies.
ADAM SHAKER
ASSISTANT COACH/OFFENSE
SECOND SEASON
DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL
OPERATIONS
FIRST SEASON
Prior to joining Georgetown, Agbasi was a program
coordinator at Early Stages, the early intervention
department for District of Columbia Public
Schools (DCPS). His efforts were instrumental in
the creation of the Center’s grassroots, special
education awareness campaign, which elevated
the District’s national early identification ranking.
Banks graduated from Georgetown in 2006 with a
bachelor of arts in sociology and a minor in music.
CHRIS HAYES
JOE AGBASI
Prior to Georgetown, Shaker worked as the
assistant quarterbacks and wide receivers
coach at Old Dominion University. At ODU
Shaker was responsible for offensive quality
control duties, including film breakdown, data
entry and creation of game plans. During his
time in Norfolk, Va., ODU was 21-5, competing
in the FCS playoffs in 2011 and 2012. The
Monarchs also won the 2012 Colonial Athletic
Association’s (CAA) Conference Championship.
Agbasi graduated from Valdosta State
University in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree
in speech communication, with an emphasis
in public relations. He is currently pursuing
his master’s degree in sports industry
management, with an emphasis in business,
management, and operations, from the
School of Continuing Studies at Georgetown.
CHRIS TOLZMAN
SPORTS PERFORMANCE COACH
SECOND SEASON
Prior to ODU, Shaker has worked with
wide receivers at Robert E. Lee High
School, Fairfax High School and West
Springfield High School in Northern Virginia
Prior to Georgetown, Hayes was a mathematics
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CAPTAINS
NICK ALFIERI 35
Senior | LB
6-0 | 220
Portland, Ore. | Jesuit [The Hotchkiss School]
*2014 Team Captain *11th Annual Joe Eacobacci No. 35 Memorial Jersey Recipient
2013: Named All-Patriot League Second Team…Started nine games at outside linebacker...
Finished second on team with 92 tackles and fourth with 7.5 tackles for loss…Had one interception,
1.5 sacks and two forced fumbles…Opened season with a career-high 14 tackles at Wagner (8/31)…
Missed two weeks after sustaining an injury against Davidson, but returned with 10 tackles and
one TFL against Princeton (9/28)…Had eight tackles and career-high 2.0 TFL’s against Fordham
(10/12)…Had 10 tackles, 2.0 TFL’s and 1.0 sack vs. Lafayette (11/2)…Had 14 tackles, 1.5 TFL and a
forced fumble at Bucknell (11/16)…Intercepted a pass in season finale win at Holy Cross (11/23)…
2012: Started all 11 games at safety...Finished third on the team and ninth in the PL with 91
tackles, including four double-digit tackle games...Had 11 tackles in a season-opening win at
Davidson (9/1)...Had 11 tackles, 0.5 sack and an interception return of 34 yards against Yale
(9/15)...Had 13 tackles, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery against Brown (9/29)...Had 12
tackles against Holy Cross (11/17)...Named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District Football Team.
2011: Played in all 11 games earning time at linebacker and on special teams during
his freshman season…Finished ninth on the team with 33 tackles…Recovered
a fumble in the Hoyas loss at Bucknell…Recorded a career-high six tackles in
the Hoyas loss at Yale…Had five tackles in GU’s win over Colgate…Had at least
three tackles in six games…Selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
High School: A six-time letterwinner, earning three in football and three in track…At
Jesuit named the 2010 Most Improved Player and Second Team All-Metro League…
Helped lead Jesuit to back-to-back Metro League title and to the finals of the 6A State
Championship in 2009, finishing the season with a 12-2 record…At Hotchkiss earned Most
Outstanding Player Award…Named Founders League All Star and All New England Team.
ALEC MAY
90
Senior | DL
6-4 | 255
Wrenthem, Mass. | King Phillip
*Named 2014 Team Captain
2013: Named Second Team All-Patriot League…Named Patriot League All-Academic First
Team…Played in all 11 games, starting seven at defensive end…Finished third on the team with
68 tackles, tied for the team lead and fifth in the PL with 12.0 TFL’s and fourth in the PL with 7.5
sacks…Had 10 tackles vs. Princeton (9/28)…Had seven tackles and 2.0 TFL and two quarterback
hurries vs. Fordham (10/12)…Had a career-high 12 tackles, 3.0 TFL and 3.0 sacks vs. Lafayette
(11/2) to earn Patriot League Weekly Honorable Mention…Had seven tackles 2.5 TFL and 1.5
sacks and one fumble forced at Bucknell (11/16) to earn Patriot League Weekly Honorable
Mention…Recorded six tackles with 2.0 TFL and 2.5 sacks to earn Patriot League Weekly
Honorable Mention at Holy Cross (11/23)…Selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2012: Played in all 11 games, starting in six games at defensive end...Finished season with
43 tackles, 5.0 TFL, 5.0 sacks, one forced fumble and one pass breakup...Had 3.0 tackles
and 2.0 sacks for a loss of 13 yards in season-opening win over Davidson (9/1)...Had
8.0 tackles, 0.5 sack and a pass breakup against Lehigh (10/13)... Had 5.0 tackles and a
forced fumble in a win over Lafayette (10/27)...Had a career-high nine tackles, including
1.0 TFL against Holy Cross (11/17)...Selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2011:Appeared in 11 games, starter four on the defensive line during his freshman season…Finished
with 24 tackles, 1.0 tackle for loss, a half sack and two forced fumbles…Posted at least four tackles four
times…Had a season-high five tackles at Howard…Forced fumbles in consecutive games against
Holy Cross and Fordham…Had four tackles, a half a sack and a forced fumble against Fordham.
High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at tight end and defensive end…Named football
team captain during his senior season…Compiled 107 tackles, 29 tackles for loss, 13 sacks, nine
forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries, and 18 receptions for 315 yards and three touchdowns
during his junior and senior seasons…Selected to the Boston Herald All State Team and Boston
Globe EMass All-Star during his senior season…Named Hockomock Defensive most valuable
player in 2010…Two-time Hockomock All Star and National Football Foundation and College Hall
of Fame Scholar Athlete Award winner…Named a HSSInsight.com Top 10 Players, Boston Globe
Top 25 Players to Watch and Bostosn Herald Preseason All-State Team prior to his senior season.
HOYAS BY CLASS:
Redshirt Senior (1): Cimilluca
Seniors (19): Alfieri, Baxter, Black,
Boyle, Coleman, Crutchfield, Daibes,
Duncan, Egan, Kasten, May, Quintans,
Rattay, J. Richardson, Robinson,
Roland, Shankle, Vaught, D. Wright.
Juniors (16): Bullock, DeCicco, Flagg,
Gamble, Glor, Green, Hungate,
Kimpela, Kiselick, Liddy, Nolan,
Powers, D. Richardson, Satchell, Scott,
M. Wright.
Sophomores (19): Avery, Barnes,
Bottari, Braxton-Johnson, Buckman,
Darmstadter, Finnegan, Hill, Huntley,
Jesson, Kuhns, Longwell, Loughery,
Masterson, McCollum, Novacki, Pope,
Priddy, T. Williams, Wingo.
Freshman (32): Akere, Apuzzi,
Barefoot, Catching, DeGeorge,
Ellsworth, English, Graffagnino, Griggs,
Harrell, Houpert, James, Johnson,
Lightburn, Mahoney, McFarlane,
McLaughlin, Miller, Morris, Oblachinski,
Oyola, Rooney, Scarangella, Smith,
Sweitzer, Urukalo, Valles, Wainwright,
Williamson, Woodrow, Wynn,
Yankovich.
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STUDENT-ATHLETES
NICK QUINTANS
52
Senior | OL
6-3 | 290
Media, Pa. | Penncrest
*Named 2014 Team Captain
2013: Started in all 11 games at center during his junior season…Helped give time to a passing
offense that averaged 210.7 yards per game…Helped pave the way for a rushing offense that
averaged 123.1 yards per game…Finished season with two tackles and one fumble forced.
2012: Played in six games, seeing time at center and guard. 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
one
game
on
special
teams
against
Lafayette.
High School: A five-time letterwinner, earning four in football and one in lacrosse…
Named football team captain during his senior year…A two-time All –County
and All-League selection. Named first team all-league on the offensive line
and second team on the defensive line in 2010…Expected to major in finance.
HOYAS BY STATE
MIKE ROLAND 75
Senior | OL
6-5 | 310
Miami, Fla.| Coral Gables
*Named 2014 Team Captain
2013: Started all 11 games at right tackle…Blocked for a passing offense that averaged 210.7
yards/game…Helped pave the way for a rushing offense that averaged 123.1 yards/game.
2012: Started in 10 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 10 games, starting seven at right tackle 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.
Ill. (5): Boyle, Hungate, Masterson,
McCollum, Urukalo,
SENIORS
MIKE CIMILLUCA 6
R-Senior | WR
5-10 | 185
Fairfield, N.J. | West Essex
2013: Played in 10 games at wide receiver during his junior season…Finished sixth on the team with
15 catches for 115 yards…Made first career catch in season-opener at Wagner (8/31)…Scored
first career touchdown on a 14-yard reception at Brown (9/21)…Had career-high six catches for 40
yards and a touchdown vs. Fordham (10/12)…Selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2012: Appeared in four games, seeing time at wide receiver and on special teams...Earned
the Robert Paul Dahut Award for the Most Improved Player on offense following spring ball.
2011:
Did
not
see
game
action
during
his
sophomore
season.
2010:
Appeared
in
four
games
on
special
teams
and
in
the
defensive
backfield
during
his
freshman
season.
High School: A two-year starter at West Essex, where he played running back, wide receiver,
cornerback and returned kicks and punts … Also played lacrosse and ran track … Captained
both football and track teams … Named First Team All-State Group 2 in 2009 … An All-Iron Hills
Conference selection and named to the NJ All-State Super 100 … Named All-Essex County
… West Essex Inductee of National High School Association and College Football Hall of
Fame … Helped lead 2007 team to state title and to conference championships from 2007-09.
Pa. (8): Hill, James, Johnson,
Loughery, Quintans, Rooney, Smith,
Sweitzer.
Calif. (5): Crutchfield, Finnegan, Green,
Hunter, Miller.
Colo. (1): Woodrow.
Conn. (5): Kuhns, Houpert, Nolan,
Scarangella, Wingo.
D.C. (1): D. Wright.
Fla. (7): Braxton-Johnson, English,
Jesson, McFarlane, Roland, M. Wright,
Wynn.
Ga. (6): Egan, Gamble, Griggs, Oyola,
J. Richardson, Shankle.
Hawaii (1): Morris.
La. (1): Harrell.
Md. (5): Baxter, Bullock, Priddy,
Williams, Williamson.
Mass. (4): Bottari, Glor, May, Valles.
Mich. (1): Coleman.
N.J. (13): Apuzzi, Barnes, Buckman,
Cimilluca, Daibes, DeGeorge, Duncan,
Kasten, Kiselick, Oblachinski, Satchell,
Wainwright, Yankovich.
N.Y (3): DeCicco, Graffagnino, Liddy.
N.C. (2): Ball, Barefoot.
Ohio (4): Mahoney, Pope, Powers,
Rattay.
Ore. (1): Alfieri.
S.C. (2): Flagg, Lightburn.
Texas (7): Akere, Avery, Catching,
Ellsworth, Huntley, Robinson, D.
Richardson.
Va. (5): Darmstadter, Longwell,
McLaughlin, Novacki, Vaught.
Born outside the U.S…
D.R. Congo (1): Kimpela
Japan (1): Scott
Scotland (1): Black
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STUDENT-ATHLETES
DARIUS BAXTER
82
Senior | WR
6-3 | 190
Accokeek, Md. | Bishop McNamara
2013: Did not play.
2012: Appeared in one game against Lafayette during his freshman season.
2011: Appeared in one game against Fordham on special teams during freshman season.
High School: A three-sport athlete earning two letters in football, one letter in wrestling and
one in basketball at Bishop McNamara...Helped Bishop McNamara’s team to an 8-2 record
and fourth place finish in Maryland for the 2010 season...Accumulated over 500 hours of
service, developing a sub group of Total Focus, a non-profit organization that helps develop
young student athletes on and off the field...Expected to major in environmental science.
HOYAS BY POSITION
Offense: (44)
QB (4): Barnes, Finnegan, Mahoney,
Nolan.
RB (5): Ellsworth, Kimpela, Williams,
Valles, D. Wright.
FB (2): Avery, Bullock.
WR (13): Barefoot, Baxter, BraxtonJohnson, Cimilluca, DeCicco, Glor,
Harrell, Hill, Jesson, McLaughlin,
Morris, Pope, M. Wright
TE (4): Buckman, Graffagnino, Hunter,
MITCHELL BLACK
85
Sweitzer.
Senior | DL
OL (16): Bottari, DeGeorge, Duncan,
6-4 | 260
Flagg, Hungate, James, Kasten, Liddy,
Edinburgh Scotland | University School
McFarlane, Miller, Oyola, Quintans,
2013: Played in 10 games during his junior season the defensive line and on special teams… Roland, Scarangella, Urukalo, Wingo.
Finished season with six tackles, posting a career-high four against Lafayette (11/2)…
Selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for the third consecutive season. Defense: (40)
2012: Did not see game action during his sophomore season...Moved from defensive line DL (12): Black, Catching, Daibes,
to tight end during the spring season...Selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. English, Houpert, Masterson, May,
2011:
Did
not
see
game
action
during
his
freshman
season… Novacki, D. Richardson, J. Richardson,
Selected
to
the
Patriot
League
Academic
Honor
Roll. Shankle, Vaught.
High School: Three-year letterwinner and two-year starter in football, also earned two letters in LB (13): Alfieri, Apuzzi, Boyle,
basketball…Named football team captain for his senior season…Helped the football team qualify Crutchfield, Kiselick, Kuhns, Loughery,
for the state playoffs for the first time since 2004…Two-time honorable mention All Ohio and Rattay, Satchell, Smith, Wainwright,
First Team All Lakes District selection…2010 Scholar-Athlete Award recipient by the Northeast Williams.
Ohio Chapter of the National Football Foundation…Majoring in international economics. DB (15): Akere, Coleman, Egan,
Gamble, Griggs, Huntley, Johnson,
PATRICK BOYLE
31
Lightburn, Oblachinski, Powers,
Senior | LB
Robinson, Rooney, Scott, Williamson,
6-0 | 225
Yankovich.
Wheaton, Ill. | Benet Academy
2013: Started all 11 games at outside linebacker, compiling a team-high 98 tackles, Specialists: (9)
2.5 tackles for loss and one interception…Had an interception in season-opener at K (3): Darmstadter, Priddy,
Wagner (8/31)…Had 10 tackles and one pass breakup in win vs. Davidson (9/7)… P (3): Darmstadter, McCollum,
Had 12 tackles in loss to Marist (9/14)…Registered season-high 15 tackles vs. Colgate Woodrow.
(10/26)…Had 13 tackles and 1.0 TFL in season-finale win at Holy Cross (11/23). LS (3): Green, Longwell, Wynn.
2012: Appeared in 10 games, seeing time at linebacker and on special teams...
Made his collegiate debut against Davidson (9/1)...Had three tackles apiece against
Yale (9/15) and Princeton (9/21)...Recovered a fumble in win over Lafayette (10/27).
2011:
Did
not
see
game
action
during
his
freshman
season.
High School: A four-time letterwinner, earning two letters in football and basketball at
Benet Academy…Captain of football and basketball team during his senior season...
Selected All East Suburban Catholic Conference and All Area in 2010…Recorded over
100 tackles in consecutive seasons with 101 tackles in 2009 and 109 in 2010…Lists most
thrilling moment in athletic career as making the game-winning free throws to beat nation’s
third-ranked Simeon in front of over 10,000 people….Expected to major in Business.
CHAD COLEMAN 25
Senior | DB
5-11 |175
Flint, Mich. | Carman-Ainsworth
2013: Earned Robert Paul Dahut Memorial Award for Most Improved Player on defense...
Played in six games, starting two, in the defensive backfield and on special teams…
Made his first career start vs. Fordham (10/12) and made a career-high eight tackles…
Started at Lehigh (10/19) and made two tackles…Recovered a fumble vs. Colgate (10/26)…
Selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for second consecutive season.
2012:
Did
not
play
during
sophomore
season
due
to
injury...
Selected
to
the
Patriot
League
Academic
Honor
Roll.
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STUDENT-ATHLETES
2011: Appeared in 10 games, earning time at cornerback and on special teams during his freshman
season…Recorded his first two collegiate tackles at Bucknell…Had a career-high four tackles and
one sack in the Hoyas win at Wagner…Finished the season with eight tackles, one TFL and one sack.
High School: A four-time letterwinner, earning two in football and two in track…
Named football team captain during his senior year…A two-time unanimous first
team all-conference selection…Selected to play in Annual Michigan All Star Game…
Helped lead school to 2009 Big Nine Championship…Compiled 96 tackles, 22 passes
deflections, four sacks, three forced fumbles and one interception during his career…
Two-time All-State Academic selection…Expected to major in business management.
WARDELL CRUTCHFIELD III
4
Senior | LB
6-0 |230
Pomona, Calif. | Baldwin Park
2013: Appeared in four games at linebacker and on special teams…Posted 3.0 tackles in seasonopener at Wagner (8/31)…Had a career-high 4.0 tackles in first career start at Brown (9/21).
2012: Appeared in eight games, seeing time at linebacker and on special teams...
Finished the season with 2.0 tackles...Made his first career tackle against Brown (9/29).
2011: Appeared in one game against Lafayette, earning time at linebacker and on special teams.
High School: A six-time letterwinner, earning four in football at inside linebacker and running
back and two in baseball… A two-time captain of the football team…Played 2008 and 2009 at
Duarte High School before transferring to Baldwin Park High School for 2009-2011. Selected
First Team All C.I.F. Defense in 2010…Named Valle Vista League Defensive MVP in 2010…
Two-time First Team All Valle Vista League Defense and two-time All-Academic Valle Vista
League… Selected First Team All Montview League in 2008…Compiled 350 tackles, five
sacks and five interceptions in 37 game high school career…Expected to major in psychology.
PETER DAIBES
94
Senior | DL
6-5 | 260
Wayne, N.J. | Wayne Hills
2013: Played in all 11 games, starting three on the defensive line…Had 4.0 tackles vs.
Princeton (9/28)…Recorded 5.0 tackles vs. Colgate (10/26)…Posted career-high 7.0
tackles and 1.5 TFL at Bucknell (11/16)…Selected to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2012: Appeared in five games, starting two at defensive end...Made his first career start at Davidson
and had 4.0 tackles, 1.0 TFL and 1.0 sack in the victory (9/1)...Had 3.0 tackles against Wagner (9/6).
2011: Appeared in six games on the defensive line during his freshman season…
Made his collegiate debut and recorded first tackle in win over Davidson…
Posted
a
season-highs
with
two
tackles
against
Colgate
and
Lehigh.
High School: An eight-time letterwinner, earning four apiece in football and basketball…
Named captain of the basketball team during his senior season…On the gridiron named
the North Jersey Defensive Player of the Year in 2010 and second team All-State AllGroups…Named First Team All-State Group 3 and voted all conference, all league and
all county during his senior year…Ranked as the No. 1 defensive end in New Jersey by
McCarthy Scouting Report…Helped lead Wayne Hills to three North 1 Group 3 State
Championships in 2007, 2008 and 2010…In 17 career starts compiled 117 tackles, 21
sacks, six forced fumbles and five deflected passes...Expected to be a pre-med major.
Starters Returning (# starts)
Offense (58):
QB: Nolan (5).
FB: Bullock (1).
WR: DeCicco (8), Hill (9)
OL: Kasten (11), Liddy (2), Quintans
(11), Roland (11).
Defense: (84)
DL: Black (2), Daibes, (3), Kiselick
(3), May (7), D. Richardson (2), J.
Richardson (10), Shankle (11).
LB: Alfieri (9), Boyle (11), Crutchfield
(1), Satchell (1), Williams (1).
DB: Coleman (2), Egan (2), Gamble
(10), Huntley (1), Powers (4), Scott (4)
Specialists: (11):
LS: Longwell (11).
Starters Lost (# starts)
Offense (62):
QB: Kempf (6).
RB: Campanella (11).
WR: Owusu (4), Wilke (10).
TE: Sprotte (11).
OL: Alexander (11), Francis (9).
Defense (37):
DL: Campbell (5).
LB: Wharton (10), Ball (1)
DB: Atwater (8), Caldwell-Meeks (2), R.
Williamson (11)
Specialists (22):
PK: MacZura (11).
P: MacZura (11).
WILLIAM DUNCAN
74
Senior | DL
6-3 | 260
Wayne, N.J. | Wayne Valley
2013: Did not see time during his junior season.
2012: Did not see game action during his sophomore season.
2011:
Did
not
see
game
action
during
his
freshman
season.
Moved
from
offensive
line
to
defensive
line
in
the
spring.
High School: A three-sport athlete earning seven letters, including two in football, two in
wrestling and three in track…Earned the Minds in Motion Award for carrying a 4.0 grade
point average in 2009 and 2010 for football and 2011 for wrestling…Selected second team
all-conference during his senior year in football and wrestling...Expected to major in physics.
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STUDENT-ATHLETES
JOHN EGAN10
Senior | DB
5-11 | 193
Atlanta, Ga./The Westminster School(Ga.)
2013: Played in 10 games at safety, starting twice…Had four tackles at Brown (9/21)…Had seven
tackles vs. Princeton (9/28)…Had a career-high 10 tackles in his first career start at Bucknell
(11/16)…Had five tackles and one pass breakup in a start at Holy Cross (11/23)…Wore No. 40.
2012:
Did
not
see
game
action
during
his
sophomore
season.
2011: Appeared in one game seeing time on special teams against Fordham.
High School: A seven-time letterwinner in football and basketball and captain of both
football and basketball teams during his senior season…Selected team most valuable
player and an All State, All Region and All area selection in 2010…Helped Westminster
to the state playoffs each season and to 2007 and 2010 region championships.
MICHAEL KASTEN
62
Senior | OL
6-3 | 265
Freehold, N.J. | Freehold
2013: Started all 11 games at guard…Blocked for a passing offense that averaged 210.7 yards
per game…Helped pave the way for a rushing offense that averaged 123.1 yards per game.
2012: Did not see any game action during his sophomore season due to injury.
2011: Appeared in four games on the offensive line and on special teams during his
freshman season…Earned playing time against Lafayette, Yale, Marist and Bucknell.
High School: A three-year letterwinner in football and captain during his senior season at Freehold…
Helped lead Freehold to 2008 and 2010 Central Jersey III State Sectional Championships, the
school’s first championships…Selected First Team All-State, All Group III, All-Shore, all-division and
all-district during his senior season…NamedAcademicAll-Shore in 2010…Majoring in government.
RYAN RATTAY42
Senior | LB
6-2 | 220
Toledo, Ohio | St. John’s Jesuit
2013: Played in four games at linebacker and on special teams during
his
junior
season…Finished
season
with
two
tackles…Selected
to
Patriot
League
Academic
Honor
Roll
for
second
consecutive
season.
2012: Appeared in two games during his sophomore season, seeing time on special
teams...Made his collegiate debut at Lafayette (10/27)...Made his first career tackle
against Bucknell (11/10)...Selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2011:
Did
not
see
game
action
during
his
freshman
season.
High School: A four-time letterwinner, earning two in football and two in track…Named
football team captain during his senior season…Selected to the Toledo All City Team and
Toledo City All-Academic Team in 2010…Named the Catholic Youth Organization Athlete
of the Year in 2010…During his senior season helped lead football to an 11-2 record, the
best in school history, making the regional finals…Compiled 100 career tackles, 12 tackles
for loss and three fumble recoveries…His brother is Rick, a two-time Georgetown varsity
letterwinner and a 2009 Patriot League All Academic honoree. Cousin is Tim a former NFL
quarterback with the San Francisco 49ers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Carolina Panthers
and Arizona Cardinals…A National Merit Semi-Finalist…Expected to major in Economics.
JORDAN RICHARDSON
99
Senior | DL
6-2 | 300
Watkinsville, Ga. | Athens Academy
2013: Started all 11 games at nose tackle…Named All-Patriot League Second Team…Finished
season with 52 tackles, tying for the team lead and finishing fifth in the Patriot League with 12.0
TFL…Had at least one TFL in final six games of the season…Had 3.0 sacks, one fumble recovery,
two blocked kicks and recorded a safety…Had 8.0 tackles, 2.0 TFL, 1.0 sack and a quarterback
hurry at Wagner (8/31)…Had seven tackles with 1.0 TFL vs. Marist (9/14)…Had six tackles, 2.5
TFL, a blocked kick and a safety vs. Fordham (10/12)…Had eight tackles, 2.0 TFL’s and one sack at
Bucknell (11/16)…Had two tackles, 1.0 TFL, 1.0 sack and one pass breakup at Holy Cross (11/23)…
Selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll…Wore No. 8 during his junior season.
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STUDENT-ATHLETES
2012: Received the George A. Murtaugh Award given to the team’s best lineman during
the team’s annual spring banquet...Started in each of GU’s 11 games at defensive
tackle...Finished season with 39 tackles and 5.0 TFL and two pass breakups...Had a
career-high 8 tackles and a career-high 3.5 TFL at Fordham (10/6)...Had 7.0 tackles
against Bucknell (10/10)…Wore No. 97 during his freshman and sophomore seasons.
2011: Appeared in 10 games, starting nine at defensive tackle during his freshman season…
Proved a disruptive force in the interior, allowing linebackers Robert McCabe and Dustin
Wharton to eclipse the 100 tackle mark…Finished with 24 tackles, 3.0 tackles for loss, 1.5
sacks a pass breakup and a blocked kick…Had two tackles and a sack in a win over Marist…
Had a career-high five tackles in a win over Howard...Had at least two tackles in eight
games…Helped anchor a defense that was the PL’s best in scoring defense (19.3 points/
game), while allowing the league’s second best mark against the run (98.6 yards/game).
High School: A eight-time letterwinner, earning four in football, two in basketball, one in
track and one in golf…A three-time All-County, two-time All-Region, two-time All Northeast
Georgia selection at defensive line…Helped lead team to the state semifinals and
region championships in 2008 and state quarterfinals and region championships in 2010.
JAVAN ROBINSON
29
Senior | DB
6-2 |195
Carrollton, Texas | Hebron
2013: Appeared in eight games in the defensive backfield and on special teams
during junior season…Finished with 10 tackles and one pass breakup…Tied careerhigh with 3.0 tackles vs. Davidson (9/7)…Had at least two tackles in four consecutive
games, spanning from Sept. 7 – Oct. 12…Had one pass breakup at Bucknell (11/16).
2012: Appeared in all 11 games seeing time at safety and on special teams...Finished
the season with 11 tackles...Had a career-high 3.0 tackles against Brown (9/29).
2011: Did not see game action during his freshman season due to injury…Earned the
Robert Paul Dahut Most Improved Player Award on defense following spring practice.
High School: A four-time letterwinner, earning two in football playing at CB and WR and two in track…
Named captain of the football and track teams during his senior season…An honorable mention All
District selection in 2010…A second team Academic All State selection in 2011…Helped lead 7-on7 team to a state championship in 2009...A part of the second place 4x200 meter relay team in 2010
and third place in the 4x100 meter relay team in 2011…Expected to major in international business.
RICHARD SHANKLE
9
Senior | DL
6-3 | 250
Atlanta, Ga. | South Gwinnett
2013: Started all 11 games on the defensive line…Finished seventh on the team with 50
tackles, third on the team and 10th in the PL with 9.5 TFL and tied for second on the team
and 15th in the league with 3.0 sacks for 20 yards to go with three quarterback hurries and
one forced fumble…Had five tackles, 1.0 TFL and one forced fumble in season-opener
at Wagner (8/31)…Had a career-high 11 tackles with 1.0 TFL, 1.0 sack, two quarterback
hurries and one pass breakup to earn Patriot League Weekly Honorable Mention vs.
Princeton (9/28)…Had seven tackles with 2.0 TFL and 1.0 sack vs. Fordham (10/12)…
Had two tackles and 1.5 TFL at Lehigh (10/19)…Had six tackles with 1.0 TFL vs. Colgate
(10/26)…Had four tackles, 2.0 TFL and 1.0 sack in season-finale at Holy Cross (11/23)
2012: Played in all 11 games, starting six on the defensive line...Finished season with
20 tackles, 2.0 TFL and one forced fumble...Made two tackles and forced a fumble in
a win over Wagner (9/6)...Made a career-high 5.0 tackles and 1.0 TFL against Yale (9/15).
2011:
Appeared
in
three
games
on
the
defensive
line,
seeing
time
against Holy Cross, Fordham and Lehigh…Made one tackle at Lehigh.
High School: A three-year letterwinner in football and one-year letterwinner in track…
Named a football team captain during his senior season…Helped lead South
Gwinnett to consecutive trips to the state playoffs…Majoring in human sciences.
GIBSON VAUGHT
Senior | DL
6-5 | 245
Ashland, Va. | Patrick Henry
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2013: Played in seven games at
linebacker and on special teams…
Finished season with two tackles…Made
first career tackle vs. Davidson (9/7).
2012: Did not see game action during
sophomore season due to injury.
2011: Appeared in six games, mainly
on special teams during his freshman
season. Was moved from tight end
to linebacker during spring practice.
High School: A five-time letterwinner,
earning three as a three year starter in
basketball and two as a two-way starter
in football…Named captain of both
football and basketball team as a senior…
Selected Virginia AAAAA Colonial District
honors on offense, defense and All
Academic in 2010…Helped lead Patrick
Henry to a Tomato Bowl championship
in 2010… Helped lead the basketball
team to the Central Region playoffs in
2010…Expected to major in business.
DANIEL WRIGHT
19
Senior | RB | WR
5-10 | 195
Washington, D.C. | St. John’s College
2013: Did not play. Will move from defensive
back to running back for 2014 season.
2012: Played in 11 games, starting six at
cornerback…Finished sixth on the team
with 54 tackles, also had 1.0 TFL, one
interception, two pass breakups and two
fumble recoveries during sophomore
season…Had seven tackles in his first
career start in season-opener at Davidson
(9/1)…Had five tackles and 1.0 TFL vs.
Wagner (9/6)…Had six tackles, and one
fumble recovery at Fordham (10/6)…Had
seven tackles, one fumble recovery and
his first interception vs. Lehigh (10/13)…
Had seven tackles vs. Holy Cross (11/17)…
Wore No. 27 during his first two seasons.
2011: Appeared in seven games in
the defensive backfield and on special
teams during his freshman season...
Made his collegiate debut at Marist,
making a season-high two tackles...
Registered tackles against Howard and
Fordham to finish with four on the season.
High School: A four-year letter winner and
three-year two-way starter in football...
Named team captain for football and
track during his senior year...Received
WCAC second team honors with a first
team selection as an offensive athlete by
dcsportsfan.com...Named the St. John’s
College offensive most valuable player
and received the athlete scholar award in
football during his senior season...MVP and
athlete scholar of Great American Rivalry
Series game against Gonzaga...During
2010 season, averaged two touchdowns
per game and had over 1,500 all-purpose
yards, while playing kick/punt returner,
QB, WR, CB, and S helping SJC reach the
playoffs...Majors in international business
JUNIORS
TROYE BULLOCK
26
Junior | FB
6-1 | 230
Suitland, Md. | DeMatha
2013: Played in eight games at fullback
and on special teams…Made first
career tackle vs. Princeton (9/28).
2012: Appeared in two games at
fullback and on special teams during his
freshman season...Made his collegiate
debut
against
Lafayette
(10/27).
High School: A four-year letterwinner in
football…Also competed in track…Was
named his team’s offensive MVP for the
2011 season…Named Second Team
All-WCAC during his senior season…
Earned the National Scholar Athlete
Award…Coached by Elijah Brooks.
JAKE DECICCO
27
Junior | WR
6-1 | 190
Kingston, N.Y. | Kingston
2013: Played all 11 games, starting eight
at wide receiver…Finished second on the
team with 445 yards on 38 catches…Led
squad with 11.7 yards per catch, while tied
for second on team with two touchdowns…
Had seven punt returns for 32 yards…Had
four catches for 63 yards in season-opener
at Wagner (8/31)…Had four catches for
65 yards and his first career touchdown
vs. Davidson (9/7)…Had a career-day
with seven catches, 118 yards and one
touchdown vs. Marist (9/14)…Had six
catches for 38 yards at Brown (9/21)…Had
three catches for 53 yards vs. Colgate (10/26)
2012: Appeared in five games, making
one start against Colgate (10/20)...Had
one catch for 13 yards at Colgate (10/20).
High School: An eight-time letterwinner,
earning three in football, two in basketball,
two in baseball and one in track…Named
team captain of football and track during
senior season…Named a third team
All-State selection...A three-time All
Freeman selection and two-time all-league
selection…Named first team all-section
nine…Set school record for receptions,
receiving yards and touchdowns, as well
as the section nine record for receiving
touchdowns (29)…Helped lead school
to a division championship in 2011…
Coached in football by Jeramie Collins.
GERVERUS FLAGG
71
Junior | OL
6-3 | 290
Charleston, S.C. | Mercersburg Academy (Pa.)
2013: Earned Robert Paul Dahut Memorial
Award for Most Improved Player on
offense...Played four games on the offensive
line during his sophomore season…
2012: Did not see game action
during
his
freshman
season.
High School: A six-time letterwinner, earning
three in football, two in track and field and
one in wrestling…Named football team
captain during his senior season playing
offensive and defensive tackle…Named
first team All Mid-Atlantic Prep League on
offense and defense and second team allarea as a senior…Named all-conference
honorable mention as a junior…Finished
fifth in the PAIAA state meet in the
discus…Was a Distinguished Scholar…
Coached in football by Daniel Walker.
CAMERON GAMBLE
20
Junior | DB
5-11 | 192
Powder Springs, Ga. | McEachern
2013: Played in 11 games starting
10 between cornerback and safety…
Finished season 34 tackles, 1.0 TFL,
one interception and a team-leading four
pass breakups…Had five tackles and an
interception return of 14 yards vs. Princeton
(9/28)…Had career-high six tackles vs.
Fordham (10/12)…Had five tackles at
Lehigh (10/19)…Had two tackles and
two pass breakups vs. Colgate (10/26).
2012: Played in all 11 games at cornerback
and on special teams, making one start
at Colgate (10/20)...Finished season with
17 tackles, 1.0 TFL, one interception and
three pass breakups...Made a careerhigh eight tackles against Brown (9/29)...
Made 3.0 tackles and 1.0 TFL at Fordham
(10/6)...Had his first career interception in
a win over Lafayette (10/27)...Selected to
the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
High School: A seven-time letterwinner,
earning three in football and four in track…A
two-time track captain…A five-time Junior
Olympic qualifier, four-time Georgia High
School Association Track qualifier…
Selected the 2011 Schuman’s National
Underclassmen Combine defensive back
MVP…2012 Cobb County Touchdown Club
McEachern Scholar Athlete of the Year…
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Helped team to 2009 and 2010 region
championships and 2011 track region
championship…Coached in football by Kyle
Hockman…2011 Georgia Merit Recipient
and member of the National Honor Society.
HARRISON GLOR
87
Junior | WR
6-3 | 190
Boston, Mass. | Belmont Hall [Deerfield]
2013: Played in five games at wide
receiver and on special teams during
sophomore season…Made first career
catch, for eight yards, vs. Marist (9/14)…
Selected to the Patriot League Academic
Honor Roll for second consecutive season.
2012: Did not see game action during
his freshman season...Selected to the
Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
High School: A 13-time letterwinner, earning
four in football, four in basketball, four in
golf and one in track and field…Selected
as basketball team captain in 2010-2011
at Belmont Hill and again in 2011-2012 at
Deerfield…An All-ISL selection in football,
basketball and golf in 2010-2011…Coached
by Kevin Fleming in football at Belmont Hill
and Michael Silipo at Deerfield…Graduated
from Belmont Hill magna cum laude.
ANDREW GREEN
63
Junior | DL | LS
6-2 | 225
Palo Alto, Calif. | Harvard-Westlake
2013: Did not see game action during
his sophomore season.. Selected to the
Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2012: Did not see game action during
his freshman season...Selected to the
Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
High School: A three-year letterwinner in
football…Led team in sacks in all three
season of his high school career…Selected
to the Daily News Valley All-Star Game and
the Prep Star Calif. Southern Section All-Star
Game in 2012…Coached by Vic Eumont.
MATT HUNGATE
72
Junior | OL
6-4 | 261
Morton, Ill. | Morton
2013: Did not see game action during
his freshman season…Selected to the
Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2012: Did not see game action
during
his
freshman
season.
High School: A six-time letterwinner, earning
three letters in football and three letters in
basetball…Football team captain during his
senior season…Two-time Peoria Journal-
Star All Area first team selection, two-time
Mid-Illini All Conference first team selection
and All-State honorable mention during his
senior year…Helped lead team to state
playoffs for two-consecutive seasons…
Earned Academic All-State honors two
times…Was coached by Jason Thiry.
JO’EL KIMPELA
22
Junior | RB
5-11 | 195
Kinshasa, D.R. of Congo | Euless Trinity
2013: Played in nine games at running back
during his sophomore season…Finished
third on the team with 222 yards on 60 carries
with three touchdowns, also had 10 catches
for 40 yards…Had 42 yards on eight carries
with a touchdown in season-opener at
Wagner (8/31)…Had 13 carries for 69 yards
vs. Davidson (9/7)…Rushed for 36 yards
and a touchdown on 10 carries and had 27
yards on three catches vs. Marist (9/14)…
Rushed for a touchdown in season-finale
win over Holy Cross (11/23)…Wore No.
39 during his first two seasons on campus.
2012: Played in six games, starting one
at running back during his freshman
season...Made his collegiate debut at
Fordham (10/6)...Scored his first career
touchdown at Colgate (10/20)...Ran for 80
yards on 16 carries and caught a five yard
TD pass in win over Lafayette (10/27) to
earn Patriot League Rookie of the Week...
Earned his second PL Rookie of the Week
after rushing for a career-high 98 yards
on 19 carries and catching three passes
for 28 yards against Bucknell (11/10).
High School: A two-year letterwinner in
football, and one-year starter at running
back…Selected to the Texas All-State 5A
team as a running back during his senior
season…Rushed for 2,109 yards and 26
total touchdowns, averaging over 10 yards
per carry…Coached by Steve Lineweaver.
HUNTER KISELICK
1
Junior | LB
6-1 | 245
Nutley, N.J. | Bergen Catholic
2013: Started the first three games before
injury ended his season…Had five tackles
and 1.0 sack in season-opener at Wagner
(8/31)…Had four tackles, a career-high 2.0
sacks and one pass breakup vs. Davidson
(9/7)…Had three tackles and 1.0 sack vs.
Marist (9/14)…Moved from defensive end
to linebacker during spring ball…Wore
No. 98 for first two seasons on campus.
2012: Earned the Robert Paul Dahut Award
for Most Improved Defensive Player at
the end of the spring ball...Played in nine
games during his freshman season on
the defensive line and special teams...
Finished season with 13 tackles and 1.0
sack...Had 3.0 tackles and his first career
sack at Colgate (10/20)...Had 3.0 tackles
apiece in GU’s last two games against
Bucknell (11/10) and Holy Cross (11/17).
High School: A six-time letterwinner,
earning three in football and three in
wrestling…Named a captain on the football
and wrestling team as a senior…Selected
First Team All-State, all-county and allleague during in football during his senior
year…Finished his football career with 180
tackles and 22 sacks in three seasons…
Earned a state championship in wrestling
during his senior season, while earning
three district championships and one
county championship during his career…
Coached in football by Nunzio Campanile.
KEVIN LIDDY
77
Junior | OL
6-6 | 300
Garden City, N.Y. | Kellenberg Memorial
2013: Played in eight games, starting the
final two at Bucknell and the season-finale
win at Holy Cross (11/23) at left tackle.
2012: Did not see game action
during
his
freshman
season.
High School: A six-time letterwinner,
earning two in football, two in basketball
and two in lacrosse…Named football team
captain for his senior season…Named
New York Catholic High School Football
League first team as a senior, earning a
spot in the CHSFL All Star Game…Helped
lead team to consecutive NY CHSFL
AA Division Championships in 2010 and
2011…Played center on the basketball
team and goalie on the lacrosse team …
Member of the National Honor Society.
KYLE NOLAN
13
Junior | QB
6-5 |225
Branford, Conn. | Branford High School
| Choate Rosemary Hall
2013: Played in nine games, starting the
final five of the season at quarterback…
Finished season with a 110.77 efficiency
rating, completing 118-of-195 passes for
1,081 yards, with four touchdowns and
three interceptions…Second on the team
in rushing with 242 yards on 61 carries
and four rushing touchdowns…Completed
19-of-30 passes for 140 yards and one
touchdown in his first start of the season at
Lehigh (10/19)…Threw for a season-high
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257 yards, completing 23-of-40 passes
with a long of 55 yards with one touchdown
vs. Colgate (10/26)…Completed 29-of-44
passes for 253 yards, two touchdowns and
three interceptions vs. Lafayette (11/2)…
Led GU to a season-finale win, completing
19-of-32 passes for 227 yards and rushing
for 143 yards on 18 carries, including an
82 yard touchdown run to earn PL Weekly
Honorable Mention at Holy Cross (11/23).
2012: Played and started in three games
during his freshman season, leading GU to
a win over Lafayette (10/27)...Completed
33-of-76 pass attempts for 473 yards with
four touchdowns and four interceptions,
with a long TD of 62 yards...Earned PL
Rookie of the Week honors after completing
16-of-39 with 260 yards and three TD
passes in a loss to Colgate (10/20).
High School: A six-time letterwinner, earning
three in each football and basketball at
Branford High School, while being named
team captain and All-Conference in both
sports…Attended Choate Rosemary Hall
as a post graduate, where he started at
quarterback...helped lead Choate football
and basketball teams to the NEPSAC
Class-A championship games…First Team
Class-A New England Prep School Athletic
Conference in football...Connecticut AllStar Team selection 2011...Connecticut
High School Coach Association Academic
All-State...Member of the National Honor
Society. Coached by Mike Tracy at Branford
and Erik Cooper at Choate Rosemary Hall.
GARRETT POWERS
33
Junior | DB
6-1 |192
Columbus, Ohio | Upper Arlington
2013: Played in all 11 games, starting
four at safety…Finished season with
33 tackles, 1.0 TFL and two fumble
recoveries…Made first career start vs.
Fordham (10/12) and recorded seven
tackles and a fumble recovery…Had
six tackles vs. Lafayette (11/2)…Had a
career-high nine tackles and 1.0 TFL at
Bucknell (11/16)…Had one tackle and one
fumble recovery at Holy Cross (11/23).
2012: Played in one game against Lafayette
(10/27) on special teams and in the defensive
backfield during his freshman season.
High School: A six-time letterwinner,
earning three in football and three in
lacrosse…Named a team captain in 2011…
First Team All-Central Ohio District 1 and
First Team all-conference Division I…
Special mention All-State Division I and
a top 20 defensive backs in the state…
Made the game-winning play against
Troy in the first round of the playoffs…
Finished with nine career interceptions.
DEZMOND RICHARDSON
96
Junior | DL
6-3 | 260
Euless, Texas | Grant [Euless Trinity]
2013: Played in seven games, starting two at
defensive tackle…Finished season with 11
tackles, 1.0 sack, one fumble forced and one
quarterback hurry…Had two tackles and 1.0
TFL vs. Davidson (9/7)…Had three tackles
and one fumble forced vs. Fordham (10/12).
2012: Played in all 11 games, starting eight
at defensive end...Finished season with
30 tackles, 3.5 TFL of 14 yards and 2.0
sacks, with one pass break up...Two-time
Patriot League Rookie of the Week (vs.
Princeton & vs. Holy Cross)...Had careerhigh 7.0 tackles, 2.0 TFL and 1.0 sack at
Princeton (9/21)...Had 5.0 tackles with
1.0 TFL and 1.0 sack against HC (11/17).
High School: A six-time letterwinner, earning
four in football and two in track from Grant
High School before transferring to Euless
Trinity for his junior and senior season…
Was named a captain of the Grant High
School football team as a sophomore…First
team all-district selection during his senior
season at outside linebacker…First Team
Academic All-State in 2011…Earned second
team all-district as a freshman and first
team all-district as a sophomore at Grant…
Helped Trinity to the state championship
in game in 2010 and helped lead the team
to a Bi-divisional championship in 2011…
Coached in football by Steve Lineweaver.
MATTHEW SATCHELL
44
Junior | LB
6-1 | 225
Cherry Hill, N.J. | Cherry Hill East
2013: Played in nine games, starting one at
linebacker, while also contributing on special
teams…Finished season with 19 tackles and
0.5 TFL…Had seven tackles vs. Davidson
(9/7)…Had a career-high eight tackles with
0.5 TFL in first career start vs. Marist (9/14).
2012: Played in eight games, earning
time at linebacker and on special teams...
Made three tackles against Yale (9/15).
High School: A four-time letterwinner in
football, being selected a two-time team
captain…Three-time
all-conference
selection, earning a spot on the All Group 4
Team in 2010 and the Super 100 All-State
Team in 2010…In 30 career games, he
compiled 264 tackles, 28 tackles for loss, four
sacks, 12 forced fumbles and blocked two
punts returned for touchdowns…Coached
by Tom Coen…Nominated for High School
Hall of Fame…Received an invitation to
the Under Armour All-American Combine
and the US Army National Combine.
ETTIAN SCOTT
17
Junior | DB
6-1 | 180
Okinawa, Japan | Northside (N.C.)
2013: Played in five games, starting
four at cornerback…Made first career
start in season-opener at Wagner (8/31)
where he had two tackles and one pass
breakup…Had two tackles and a blocked
kick vs. Davidson (9/7)…Had a careerhigh eight tackles and one pass breakup
vs. Marist (9/14)…Had four tackles, 0.5
TFL and one pass breakup vs. Lafayette
(11/2)…Wore No. 28 as a sophomore.
2012: Played in eight games during his
freshman season, earning time on special
teams...Made three tackles on special teams.
High School: A three-year letterwinner
in football, playing wide receiver and
cornerback…A two-time all-conference
and
all-area
selection…Named AllState wide receiver by NC Preps in
2011…Helped lead team to a 12-1
record and an ECC Championship
in 2011…Coached by Bob Eason.
MARQUIS WRIGHT
18
Junior | WR
6-3 | 185
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. | North Broward
Prep
2013: Did not see game action
during
his
sophomore
season.
2012: Did not see game action during
his freshman season...Selected to the
Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
High School: A four-year letterwinner in
football playing as a wide receiver and
return specialist…Was an all-star team
selection during his senior season…
Helped lead team to district championship.
SOPHOMORES
NATHAN AVERY
43
Sophomore | FB
6-1 | 225
Houston, Texas | St. John’s
2013: Played in one game on special
teams against Princeton (9/28) during
his freshman season…Selected to the
Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
High School: A 10-time letterwinner, earning
three in football, four in wresting and three
in track...Selected as football team captain
during his senior year...Also a two-year
wrestling captain and senior track captain...
Named All-Greater Houston Football
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Team during his senior season...Rushed
for 1,480 yards and 14 touchdowns, as a
senior...Scored game-winning touchdown
in school’s rivalry game against Kinkaid at
Rice Stadium in 2013...An SPC Conference
and Prep State wrestling champion
at 220 lbs. during his senior season...
Three-time Athletic Excellence Award
honoree...AP Scholar with distinction...
Coached by Steve Gleaves in football.
TIM BARNES 14
Sophomore | QB
6-3 |200
Oradell, N.J. | River Dell Regional
2013: Played in one game, making his
collegiate debut against Fordham (10/12)…
Completed 16-of-31 passes for 124 yards
and one touchdown, while rushing for
28 yards on 16 carries in his only action.
High School: A nine-time letterwinner,
earning three in football, as a two-year
starter at quarterback, three in baseball, two
in basketball and one in swimming…Named
captain of football, swimming and baseball
team during his senior year…Selected first
team all-league and third team all-county as
a junior and honorable mention all-league
as a senior…Selected first team all-league
in basketball and second team all-league
in baseball as a junior…Helped football
team to a league championship in 2012…
Coached by Donald Nimphius in football.
JOSEPH BOTTARI
76
Sophomore | OL
6-6 | 285
Wakefield, Mass. | Malden Catholic
2013: Did not see game action
during
his
freshman
season.
High School: A one-year letterwinner in
football, starting all 11 games during his
senior season at left tackle… Allowed just
one sack through the entire season…
Received the Malden Catholic Model
Congress Award and the Yale Model
Congress Award…Was deemed an
AP Scholar by the College Board.
MYLES BRAXTON-JOHNSON 21
Sophomore | WR
5-11 | 185
Bradenton, Fla./Southeast
2013: Saw action in the season-opener
on special teams at Wagner (8/31) during
his freshman season…Moved from
defensive back to wide receiver during
the spring…Wore No. 46 as a freshman.
High School: A seven-time letterwinner,
earning four in football, two in track and
one in basketball…Played two seasons
at safety, linebacker and receiver and two
seasons at quarterback…Named football
team captain for his senior season…Twotime all-area and 2012 All-State Honorable
Mention…Selected Athlete of the Week
by Channel 7 News…Selected to the
2012 PAL Bowl All-Star Game…Earned
2012 NCAA Award for highest grade
point average on team…Helped team to
district championship in 2010 and 2012…
Tied school record with 62% completion
percentage…Threw for 3,100 yards with
30 total touchdowns…A Wendy’s High
School Heisman, 2013 Foot Locker Scholar
and Dartmouth Book Award winner…A
member of the National Honor Society…
Was coached by Paul Maechtle in football.
MATTHEW BUCKMAN
88
Sophomore | TE
6-3 | 235
Hasbrouck Heights, N.J. | Saint Joseph Regional
2013: Played in six games on special teams,
making his collegiate debut vs. Davidson
(9/7)…Had one tackle vs. Marist (9/14).
High School: A three-year letterwinner in
football, playing tight end, defensive end
and outside linebacker…Selected as a
team captain during his senior season…
Played in 26 games, making 19 receptions
for 352 yards and one touchdown on
offense and 80 tackles and 10 sacks on
defense…Was selected first team allleague, first team all-county and third-team
All-State as a senior…Named second-team
all-league in 2011…Helped team to No. 1
ranking in N.J. and Tri-State area, while
capturing the 2012 State Championship…
Member of the National Honor Society…
Coached in football by Tony Karcich.
HENRY DARMSTADTER
38
Sophomore | K
5-7 | 160
Alexandria, Va. | George Mason
2013: Did not see game action
during
his
freshman
season…
Wore
No.
51
as
a
freshman.
High School: A six-time letterwinner,
earning two in football as a kicker, punter
and wide receiver and a two in soccer…
Selected second team all-district as a
punter in 2012 and second team alldistrict as a kicker in 2011…Named team’s
offensive MVP in 2011…Three-time Scholar
Athlete…Coached in football by Tom Horn.
PATRICK FINNEGAN Sophomore | QB
16
6-1 | 190
Palos Verdes Estates, Calif. | Loyola
2013: Did not see game action during
his freshman season…Selected to the
Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
High School: Two-year letterwinner in
football
playing quarterback…Named
football team captain during his senior
season…Posted an 8-1 record in nine
career starts at QB, passing for 786 yards
with nine passing touchdowns and five
rushing touchdowns…Helped team qualify
for the 2011 CIF Pac-5 Playoffs…Selected
to the CES All-Star Game following
his
senior
season…A
commended
National Merit Scholar and Quill and
Scroll Inductee…Sports Editor of school
newpaper, The Loyalist for three-years…
Coached by Mike Christensen in football.
JUSTIN HILL
5
Sophomore | WR
6-2 | 195
Pittsburgh, Pa. | Montour
2013: Played in all 11 games starting
nine at wide receiver during his freshman
season…Finished fourth on the team with
26 catches for 265 yards for 10.2 yards
per catch…Had two catches for 27 yards
in collegiate debut at Wagner (8/31)…Had
a career-high five catches for 69 yards vs.
Princeton (9/28)…Had four catches for
36 yards vs. Colgate (10/26)…Had three
catches for 41 yards with a long of 24
yards at Holy Cross (11/23)…Wore No. 43.
High School: A letterwinner in football and
basketball…Selected as an all-conference
defensive back and honorable mention
wide receiver…Had 47 career catches,
for 812 yards and six touchdowns…
Helped team to two WPIAL Championships
and two state finals appearances…
Coached in football by Lou Cerro.
DEREK HUNTER
89
Sophomore | TE
6-4 | 225
Portola Valley, Calif. | Sacred Heart Prep
2013: Played in two games on special teams
during his freshman season…Made one
tackle in his collegiate debut at Wagner (8/31).
High School: A four-time letterwinner,
earning two letters in football playing
tight end, wide receiver, linebacker, and
defensive line and two in basketball…
Named a team captain for his senior
season…Named First Team Peninsula
Athletic League Bay Division, First Team
All-Bay Area at tight end during his senior
season…Had 18 receptions for 411 yards
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and four touchdowns, along with 47 tackles,
one interception for a touchdown, three
sacks, six TFL and a blocked field goal
as a senior...Named honorable mention
San Jose Mercury News All-Area tight end
following his senior season…Helped lead
school to PAL Bay Division Championship
for first time in school history…Led Sacred
Heart Prep to Central Coast Section
Division IV Football Championship in
2012 and back-to-back CCS basketball
championships in 2011 and 2012…Team
earned CCS Highest Team Scholastic
Achievement in 2012 for first time in program
history…Coached in football by Matt Moran.
PORTER HUNTLEY
12
Sophomore | DB
6-2 | 185
Dallas, Texas | Jesuit College Prep
2013: Played in four games, starting
one at cornerback during his freshman
season…Had three tackles in collegiate
debut at Brown (9/21)…Had one tackle
and one pass breakup in first collegiate
start vs. Princeton (9/28)…Had three
tackles vs. Lafayette (11/2) and two
at Bucknell (11/16)…Wore No. 40.
High School: A six-time letterwinner,
earning one in football at The Lovett
School, before transferring to Jesuit for
his final two seasons, where he also
earned two letters in wrestling and one in
track…Played wide receiver and defensive
back at Jesuit…Named second team alldistrict as a senior…In 23 games had two
interceptions, three blocked field goals,
30 tackles, 12 pass breakups and two
tackles for loss…Part of Jesuit’s recordsetting 4x200 meter relay team in 2012…
Coached in football by Brandon Hickman.
TOMMY JESSON 11
Sophomore | WR
6-1 | 180
Orlando, Fla. | East River
2013: Played in five games as a defensive
back and on special teams during his
freshman
season…Made
collegiate
debut at Brown (9/21)…Had two tackles
at Holy Cross (11/23)…Moved from
cornerback to wide receiver during
spring ball…Wore No. 47 as a freshman.
High School: A nine-time letterwinner,
earning four in football as a wide receiver,
four in baseball and one in track & field…
Selected team captain in football for his
senior season…Had 30 receptions for
615 yards and nine touchdowns during his
senior season, leading team in receiving
TD’s, yards, receptions and yards per catch
(20.5) in 2012…Helped team to a Metro
Conference Championship in 2011…Also a
four-time National Champion in Tae Kwon
Do…Member of the National Honor Society
and National Technical Honor Society…
Coached in football by Marc Rankin.
CASEY KUHNS
54
Sophomore | LB
5-11 | 220
Watertown, Conn. | Taft
2013: Served as a student manager
for the football program during the
fall of his freshman season...Began
playing linebacker during spring ball.
High School: Three-year letterwinner and
three-year starter, playing linebacker at
Taft...Named team captain during his senior
season...Earned The Cross Award, given by
the coaching staff to the team’s best leader,
during his senior season...Helped school to
and undefeated season and a New England
Prep School Class A Championship during
his junior year...Coached by Tyler Whitley
(senior season) and Panos Voulgaris
(sophomore and junior season). Personal:
Son of John and Kathryn Kuhns...Has two
older brothers, Jack (C’04) and Joe (C’06),
both of whom are Georgetown graduated
and played football at Georgetown and one
twin brother, Dylan, a current Georgetown
student who serves as a team manager
with the Georgetown football team...Father,
John (C’72) played football at Georgetown
and is a member of the Georgetown
Athletics Hall of Fame...Uncles Dwight
(C’72) and Paul (C’76) both graduated
and played football at Georgetown..
ROBERT LONGWELL
57
Sophomore | Longsnapper
6-1 | 195
McLean, Va. | McLean
2013: Played in all 11 games as the team’s
long snapper during his freshman season…
Made four tackles, all on special teams…
Made first career tackle vs. Marist (9/14)…
High School: A four-time letterwinner,
earning three in football, as a linebacker and
longsnapper and one in lacrosse…Ranked
No. 8 in the nation by Kohls Professional
camps with an average snap speed of .67
seconds…Completed 100-percent of long
and short snaps over three seasons…
Three-time Scholar Athlete award winner…
Coached in football by Jim Patrick.
LEO LOUGHERY 53
Sophomore | LB
6-2 | 230
Glenshaw, Pa. | Central Catholic
2013: Played in eight games at linebacker
and on special teams…Made collegiate
debut at Wagner (8/31)…Made first career
tackle vs. Davidson (9/7)…Had career-high
two tackles and 1.0 TFL at Lehigh (10/19).
High School: A three-year letterwinner
in football, playing middle linebacker…A
two-time Northern Eight All-Conference
selection…Selected
Post-Gazette AllEast Team and North Fab 22…Selected
for the Pennsylvania East vs. West
Shrine Game in 2012…Helped Central
Catholic go 30-5 during his career, winning
conference championships during his
sophomore and junior seasons…Posted
117 tackles and 12 sacks as a junior…
Coached in football by Terry Totten.
HUGH MASTERSON
93.
Sophomore | DL
6-4 | 265
Invernees, Ill. |Saint Viator
2013: Played in one game during
his
freshman
season…Wore
No.
91
during
his
freshman
season
High School: An eight-time letterwinner,
earning four letters and starting for four years
in football at offensive tackle and defensive
end and four years in basketball…Named
captain of football team during his senior
season…An All-State, all-conference and
all-area selection and team co-MVP as a
senior…Helped lead the team to the state
playoffs in 2012…Registered 39 tackles, 5.5
sacks and three forced fumbles in 2012…
Coached in football by Brandon New.
HARRY MCCOLLUM
55
Sophomore | P
6-3 | 190
Arlington, Heights, Ill. | Saint Viator
2013: Did not see game action during
his freshman season…Selected to the
Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
High School: A four-time letterwinner,
earning two letters in football as a punter,
kicker, tight end and two in baseball…
Recorded the longest punt in Saint
Viator
history,
65
yards…Averaged
39.8 yards per punt and went 4-for-4 on
field goals during his senior season…
An IHSA Scholar Athlete in football and
baseball…President of Student Council
during his sophomore and junior year…
Member of the National Honor Society…
Coached in football by Brandon New.
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PHIL NOVACKI
8
Sophomore | DL
6-4 | 255
Great Falls, Va. | Langley
2013: Played in six games at linebacker
and on special teams during his freshman
season…Finished with four tackles…Made
collegiate debut vs. Marist (9/14)…Had first
career tackle at Brown (9/21)…Had two
tackles vs. Princeton (9/28)…Selected to
the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll…
Wore No. 41 during freshman season.
High School: A five-time letterwinner,
earning three in football and two in
basketball…Selected captain of both
football and basketball team for his senior
season…Selected first team all-district
as a wide receiver and linebacker and
second team all-region at wide receiver
and linebacker in 2012…Scored 12 total
touchdowns during his senior season to
help Langley to its best record in 12 years…
Earned the Scholar Athlete Award…
Coached in football by John Howerton.
JIMMIE POPE
3
Freshman | WR
6-3 | 190
Shaker Heights, Ohio/Shaker Heights
2013: Did not see game action during his
freshman season...Moved from quarterback
to wide receiver early in the season.
High School: A six-time letterwinner,
earning three in football and three in
basketball...Selected as team captain in
football during his senior season...In 2013,
was named NOC Lake Division Offensive
Player of the Year, Third Team All-District
and the MVP of the Greater Cleveland
East vs. West All-Star Game...Helped
school improve by six games, going 8-2
as a starter, completing 109-of-176 passes
for 2,010 yards and 26 touchdowns, while
rushing for 240 yards and five touchdowns
in 2013...Helped lead basketball team to
consecutive district and league titles...A
member of the MAC Scholars Program.
BEN PRIDDY
37
Sophomore | PK
6-0 | 180
Davidsonville, Md. | Severn
2013: Played in 10 games handling kickoff duties as a freshman…Averaged 59.5
yards/kick-off with three touchbacks on 42
kicks…Made collegiate debut vs. Davidson
(9/7) and had a season-high seven kickoffs for 452 yards and one touchback for an
average of 64.6…Averaged 63.2 yards/KO
on three kicks vs. Princeton (9/28)…Selected
to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
High School: A three-year letterwinner in
football, playing kicker, punter, quarterback
and safety…Selected as team captain for
his senior season…Two-time All-MIAA and
All-Anne Arundel County selection…2011
First Team All-State (small schools)…2012
First Team All-Metro (Baltimore)…Helped
Severn to the MIAA Championship Game
in 2012 and to a regular season MIAA
Championship in 2011…In 2012 made
an MIAA Championship Game record 50
yard field goal…Made 18-of-23 field goals
and 95-of-98 PAT’s in two seasons with 26
touchbacks…At QB, threw 35 touchdown
passes and eight rushing touchdowns
in two seasons…Member of the Cum
Laude Society, National Honor Society
and National Spanish Honor Society…
Coached in football by Chris Kirchenheiter.
TYRELL WILLIAMS
2
Sophomore | RB | LB
6-1 | 220
Gaithersburg, Md. | Quince Orchard
2013: Played in 11 games, moving from
running back to linebacker following the
Davidson game, also contributed on special
teams…Had nine carries for 25 yards vs.
Davidson (9/7)…Made first career start
at linebacker at Brown (9/21) making a
career-high four tackles…Had three tackles
vs. Colgate (10/26)…Had one tackles
and 0.5 TFL at Bucknell (11/16)…Played
linebacker and running back during spring
ball…Wore No. 32 during freshman season.
High School: An eight-time letterwinner,
earning three in football, four in track
and one in basketball…Selected team
captain of football team during his
senior season…Selected football team’s
offensive MVP as a junior and team’s
best offensive back as a senior…Helped
football to back-to-back state championship
games…Finished career with 175 carries
for 1,386 yards (7.92/carry) with 16
rushing touchdowns and 42 receptions,
624 yards and eight touchdowns…
Coached in football by Dave Mencarini.
CHAPPY WINGO
69
Sophomore | OL
6-5 | 280
Avon, Conn. | Avon
2013: Did not see game action
during
his
freshman
season…
Wore
No.
65
as
a
freshman.
High School: A three-year letterwinner
in football, playing defensive tackle
and on the offense line…Started 24
games through three seasons…A fourtime Scholar Athlete…Helped Avon
to a 10-0 regular season record and
2012
league
championship…Helped
Avon to a 2010 league championship…
Coached by Brett Quinion in football.
FRESHMEN
DAVID AKERE 28
Freshman | DB
6-1 | 190
Carrollton, Texas | Hebron
High School: Two-year letterwinner
in football, also earned three letters in
basketball and three in track…A senior
team captain in football and two-time
captain
in
track…Selected
Second
Team All-District as a defensive back as
a senior…Earned Second Team State
Academic Scholar in 2014…Was named
team’s defensive MVP in junior and senior
seasons…Helped Hebron to an 8-4 record
as a senior…Compiled 130 tackles, 15
tackles for loss, six forced fumbles and
one interception during career…Coached
in high school by Brian Brazil. Personal:
Son of Labi and Shola Akere…Has one
older sister, Lola, one younger brother
Paul and one younger sister, Isabella…
Involved in IMPACT, Light the Mic, Student
Council, Model UN and Boys State.
MATTHEW APUZZI 56
Freshman | LB
6-0 | 215
Princeton, N.J. | The Lawrenceville School
High School: A three-year letterwinner
in football playing linebacker and
running back…Also earned four letters in
wrestling…A football team captain as a
senior and two-time wrestling captain...
Named 2013 MAPL League Defensive
Player of the Year and All-Area Defensive
Player of the Year…Two-time all-area
first team defense and earned 2013
Black Lion Award…A Prep All-American
in wrestling…Helped school to two MidAtlantic Prep League Championships…
Led team in tackles and rushing in 2012
and 2013…Coached in football by Dan
O’Dea. Personal: Son of Edward and Judith
Apuzzi…Has one older sister, Lauren and
one younger sister, Nicole and one younger
brother, Luke…Expects to major in finance.
BLAKE BAREFOOT 80
Freshman | WR
6-1 | 180
Greensboro, N.C. | Walter Hines Page
(Episcopal (Va.))
High School: A four-year letterwinner in
football going to Walter Hines Page from
2009-11 and Episcopal from 2011-2014…
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Also earned three letters in indoor and
outdoor track, two letters in swimming and
one letter in lacrosse…Captain of indoor
and outdoor track team as a senior…Helped
Page to 4A Conference Championship
in football in 2011…Finished career with
24 touchdowns…Coached by Panos
Voulgaris…Earned Allen Carlton Phillips
and William Evans Hannum Scholarship for
English. Personal: Son of Quint and Robin
Barefoot…One younger brother, Nathan and
one older sister, Madison…Spent portions
of last two summers teaching English at an
orphanage in Thailand…Trained in summer
with former NFL receiver Ricky Proehl.
KENDALL CATCHING 91
Freshman | DL
6-1|275
Carrollton, Texas | Hebron
High School: A two-year letterwinner in
football and senior captain…Unanimous
first team All-District selection as a
senior…Second
Team
All-District
selection as a junior…Coached by Brian
Brazil and Tyler Soukup in football…
Started 23 games. Personal: Son of
Michelle Jenkins and William Catching.
GORDON DEGEORGE 67
Freshman | OL
6-4 | 270
Yardville, N.J. | The Hun School (Choate
Rosemary Hall)
High School: A four-year letterwinner
at The Hun School, before one year at
Choate Rosemary Hall…Helped Hun
School to 2012 Mid-Atlantic Prep League
Championship…Played on West team
in Sunshine Football All-Star Classic…
Earned Iron Man Award during his senior
season…Coached by David Dudeck and
John Law at Hun School and Erik Cooper at
Choate. Personal: Son of Gilbert and Amiko
DeGeorge…Has one younger sister, Emily.
ISAAC ELLSWORTH
23
Freshman | RB | SLOT
5-6 | 160
Belfort, Texas | Euless Trinity
High School: A three-year letterwinner
in football…A unanimous first team alldistrict selection at running back…First
Team All-North Texas Team…Rushed
for 1,722 yards and 14 touchdowns as
a senior, after rushing for 264 yards
on 24 carries as a junior…Coached by
Steve Lineweaver in football. Personal:
Son of Floyd and Michelle Ellsworth…
Has older brother Michael, older sister
Charlotte and younger brother Simeon.
ELIJAH ENGLISH
95
Freshman | DE
6-6 | 230
Leesburg, Fla. | South Sumter
High School: A four-year letterwinner in
football and senior captain…Also earned
three letters apiece in basketball and track…
Named to Orlando Sentinel’s “Super 60”…
Helped school to a regional championship as
a senior and was named team MVP…Had
17 sacks as a senior…Coached in football
by Inman Shermen…An International
Science and Engineering Fair Finalist in
2014…National Honor Society President…
Wendy’s Heisman Award State finalist
in 2013…Holds school record in 400m
dash. Personal: Son of Albert and Donette
English…Has one older brother, Eric.
JACK GRAFFAGNINO 86
Freshman | TE
6-4| 225
Lynbrook, N.Y. | Chaminade
High School: A four-year letterwinner
in football and senior captain…Named
All-New York State Catholic High School
Football League First Team…Member of
Team Long Island in the 2013 New York
City vs. Long Island Senior Bowl…Helped
team to a 10-2 record and NYCHSFL
Championship game…Had 16 catches
for 246 yards and two touchdowns as
a senior…Coached by Stephen Boyd...
Also a four-year letterwinner in baseball
and senior captain. Personal: Son of Mary
and Dave Graffagnino…Has one younger
sister, Rachel…Expects to major in finance.
LARENZ GRIGGS
41
Freshman | DB
5-10 | 175
Lithonia, Ga. | Martin Luther King Jr.
High School: A two-year letterwinner
in football, four-time letterwinner in
basketball, four-time letterwinner in
track and two-year letterwinner in cross
country…Senior captain in football and
two-time captain in basketball…Named
Most Improved Defensive Player in
football during senior season…Coached
by Cortez Allen in football…Earned
Vincent Dooley Award from Georgia High
School Association for “Athletes for a
Better World”…Earned Touchdown Club
of Atlanta George Morris Scholar-Athlete
Award… Personal: Son of Lamont and
Dorothy…One younger sister, Lauryn
and one younger brother, Dylan…Cousin,
B.W. Webb played professional football for
the Dallas Cowboys…Expected to major
in business leadership and innovations.
JUSTIN HARRELL
7
Freshman | WR
6-0 | 185
New Orleans, La. | Newman
High School: A four-year letterwinner and
four-year starter in football…Also earned
four letters in both basketball and track…
Named captain of football, basketball
and track team as a senior…Three-time
Bubba Muffet Award winner for most
outstanding special teams player...Twotime All-District selection…Finished second
in Louisiana in the high jump during his
junior season…During senior year had
53 catches for 649 yards to lead metro
area and averaged 22 yards per punt
return with one touchdown…Also kicked
36-of-39 PAT’s and averaged 38 yards/
punt…On defense had five interceptions
as a senior to set career-program record
with 17…Four-year band member...
Coached in football by Nelson Stewart.
Personal: The son of Natasha and
Welcy Harrell…Has one older sister
Rica, two younger sisters, Madison and
Kennedy and two younger brothers,
Trey and Tyler…Expects to major in
business
finance
and
accounting.
MATTHEW HOUPERT
92
Freshman | DL
6-3 | 260
Hartford, Conn. | William H. Hall
High School: A three-year letterwinner
in football and senior captain…Earned
two-letters in basketball and was a senior
captain…Two-time All-State selection…
Three-time all-conference selection and
three-time academic all-conference…Twotime Hartford Courant All-Courant Team…
Helped lead school to West Conference
champions in 2011 and 2013…Compiled
110 tackles six sacks, nine passes defended
and one interception during career…
Coached in football by Frank Robinson…
Member of honors choir and a Boy Scouts
Life Scout…Named a Scholar-Athlete by
the National Football Foundation. Personal:
Son of David and Judith Houpert…
Has one older brother, Alexander…
Expects to major in biology/pre-med.
NICK JAMES
70
Freshman | OL
6-6 | 270
Pittsburgh, Pa. | North Allegheny
High School: Three-year letterwinner
in football and senior captain…Helped
team to 2011 and 2012 WPIAL Quad A
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Championships…Helped team to 2012
PIAA Quad A State Championships…An
honorable mention 2012 all-conference
selection and 2013 first team all-conference
selection…Coached in football by Art
Walker and Mike Buchert…A member of
the Choir and Best Buddies program in high
school. Personal: Son of Chris and Holly
James…Expects to major in business.
JAKE JOHNSON
36
Freshman | DB
5-9 | 170
Corapolis, Pa. | West Allegheny
High School: A three-year letterwinner in
football and four-year letterwinner in track…
Senior captain in football…2013 All-Parkway
Conference First Team and 2012 AllParkway Conference honorable mention…
Helped lead school to consecutive WPIAL
Championships and a 26-3 record during
final two seasons…A three-time WPIAL
qualifier in track…Coached by Bob Palko
in football. Personal: Son of Katherine
Mills and Eric Johnson…Has one older
brother, William Mills…Cousin of current
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson.
JOSHUA LIGHTBURN 40
Freshman | DB
6- 1| 215
North Charleston, S.C. | Fort Dorchester (Kent School)
High School: A three-year letterwinner at
Fort Dorchester, before playing final season
at Kent Denver…Was a two-year captain
at Fort Dorchester…First Team All-Low
County in 2011 and 2012…NUC Top 150
in 2011…First Team All-Region in 2011 and
2012…Dorchester District II Athletic Scholar
Award in 2012…Two-time Fort Dorchester
Football Academic Award…Helped Fort
Dorchester to 2010 Region Championship
and Kent Denver to a 2013 Housatonic
Championship…Had 181 tackles, five
INT’s, nine pass deflections, two fumble
recoveries and one forced fumble in final
two seasons…Coached by Steve Laprad
at Fort Dorchester…Graduated in Top twopercent of 2013 Class…Delta Sigma Beta
Academic Award, AP Scholar Award…
Also earned one letter in basketball at Fort
Dorchester. Personal: Son of Jaconda
Lightburn…Has two sisters, Jatia and
Jaelyn…Expects to major in physics
and business…Involved in Brotherhood
Ministry mentoring boys without fathers.
PETER MAHONEY
15
Freshman | QB
6-4 | 210
Shaker Heights, Ohio | St. Ignatius
High School: A three-year letterwinner
in football and senior team captain…
Helped team to Division I Football State
Championship in 2011 and consecutive
Division 1 Football Regional Finals…
Completed 16-of-20 passes for 188 yards
and one TD, while rushing for 62 yards on
seven carries as a junior as a backup QB,
before sustaining a season-ending injury
before his senior season…Coached by
Chuck Kyle, Elvis Grbac and Nick Restifo
in football…Elected Senior Class Senator.
Personal: Son of Martha and John…Has one
older brother, Jack and one younger brother
Gus and one younger sister, Margaret…
Expects to major in international business.
MICHAEL MCFARLANE 79
Freshman | OL
6-4 | 280
Frostproof, Fla. | Frostproof
High School: A four-year letterwinner in
football and two-year team captain…An
All-State honorable mention and All-State
Elite Team Honorable mention following
his senior season…Three-time all-district
selection…All-Heartland First Team and
Polk County Second Team offense…
Helped lead Frostproof to three district
championship
games…Earned
four
letters apiece in weightlifting and track,
also earned two letters in basketball.
Personal: Son of Irma McFarlane…Has
two younger brothers, Ricky and Malik.
JIM MCLAUGHLIN
83
Freshman | WR
6-4 | 197
Fairfax, Va. | WT Woodson
High School: A three-year letterwinner
in football, two-year letterwinner in
basketball and three-year letterwinner in
lacrosse…Named captain of football team
during senior season…A 2013 All-Patriot
District First Team selection and all-region
selection…A 2012 All-Patriot District
Second Team selection at wide receiver
and defensive back…National Football
Foundation & College Football Hall of Fame
Scholar-Athlete scholarship recipient and
East Region nominee for National Capital
Region Chapter…Four-time Cavalier Award
for outstanding character, performance
and leadership…Had 42 career receptions
for 910 yards and 14 touchdowns, and
five interceptions and seven fumble
recoveries on defense…Coached by
Joe Dishun in football…National Honor
Society Cabinet Member…Earned 2013
National Council of Teachers of English
Achievement Award in Writing…Earned
2014 Patrick J. Cunningham Memorial
Schoalarship
awarded
by
Northern
Virginia Athletic Directors, Administrators
and Coaches Association. Personal: Son
of Megan and Jim McLaughlin…Has
two brothers, Conor and Ryan…Father,
Jim played football at Penn from 198487 and mother, Megan played soccer at
Penn from 1986-87… Plans to major in
economics with a minor in journalism.
AARON MILLER
78
Freshman | OL
6-6 | 290
San Diego, Calif. | Scripps Ranch
High School: A three-year letterwinner
in football and four-year letterwinner in
basketball…Two-time captain in both
football and basketball…Named Scripps
Ranch Outstanding Offensive Lineman
as a senior…Earned Union Tribune’s
All-Academic Team honors in football
and basketball…Inducted into TV station
KUSI’s Prep Pigskin Report “Pigpen” for
outstanding play in 2013. Personal: Son of
Jeanne Miller…Has one younger brother,
Carson…Expected to major in business.
LUKE MORRIS 81
Freshman | WR
5-11 | 170
Honolulu, Hawaii | Punahou School
High School: A three-year letterwinner
in football…Helped team to 2013 State
Championship and No. 17 ranking in the
nation after consecutive appearances in
state championship game in 2011 and
2012…Selected to ScoringLive All-State
Team honorable mention…ILH Second
Team selection as a senior…A 2012 ILH
Honorable
Mention
selection…Writer
on school newspaper and member of
choir. Personal: Son of John and Judi
Morris…Older brother, John IV played
quarterback at Occidental College from
2004-08, while older brother Adam
played linebacker at Claremont McKenna
College
from
2007-2011…Expects
to major in business administration.
JOHN OBLACHINSKI
39
Freshman | LB
6-2 | 200
Cranford, N.J. | Cranford
High School: A three-year letterwinner
in football, playing defensive back,
quarterback, and wide receiver… A
football team captain as a senior… Earned
three letters in baseball and three letters
in basketball, serving as a captain in
basketball as a senior… Two-time First
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Team All-Union County, earning defensive
honors in 2012 and offensive honors in
2013… Two-Time All-Mid 38 Conference
selection, earning first team honors in
2013… A 2012 Second Team NJ All-State
Group 3 selection… Helped lead football
to a 2011 NJ Group 3 State Championship,
while also leading baseball to backto-back State Championships in 2012
and 2013… Intercepted six passes and
had 25 catches for 235 yards in 2012…
Passed for 1,065 yards and 12 TD’s, while
rushing for 752 yards on 190 carries and
10 TD’s as a senior… Coached in football
by Erik Rosenmeier… Accounted for 7
TD’s in a 2013 NJ State playoff game…
Member of the National Honor Society,
selected as a NJ Scholar-Athlete, and
selected to play in the 2014 N.J. Snapple
Bowl All-Star Game. Personal: Son
of John and Carol Oblachinski...Has
one younger brother, Brian...Expects
to major in finance or accounting.
DANIEL OYOLA 61
Freshman | OL
6-3 | 276
Marietta, Ga.| Kennesaw Mountain
High School: A three-year letterwinner
in football and two-year team captain…A
2013 4-AAAAAA All-Region Team, 2013
Cobb County Senior Bowl selection and
2012 All-Region Georgia HS Football
honorable mention…Four-year Scholar
Athlete in football…Coached by Andy
Scott in football…Participated as Sports
Editor of Yearbook, Model Atlanta Regional
Commission, Junior National Young
Leaders. Personal: Son of Raul and Sandra
Oyola…Has two younger brothers, David and
Nicholas…Took mission trip to Guatemala
JAMES ROONEY
47
Freshman | DB
6-1 | 180
Sewickley, Pa. | Gilmour Academy
High School: A four-year letterwinner
in football and senior captain at Gilmour
Academy…School’s 2012 Student-Athlete
of the Year and 2013 Lancer Award
winner…Also earned one letter in track…
Helped team to a regional semifinal and 9-3
record as a senior…Earned 2012 Woodrow
Wilson U.S. History Award. Personal: Son
of James and Stephanie Rooney…Has
one older sister, Sarah, a Georgetown
student and one younger brother, Matt…
Grandson of Pittsburgh Steelers Chairman
Dan Rooney and great-great grandson of
Steelers founder Art Rooney…Expects to
major in Political Science…An Eagle Scout.
DOMINIC SCARANGELLA
59
Freshman | OL
6-3 | 270
Newtown, Conn. | Newtown
High School: A two-year letterwinner
in football and one-year letterwinner
in wrestling…All-SWC First Team in
2013 and two-time All-SWC Conference
Academic Team…Helped lead Newtown
to
consecutive
SWC
Conference
Championships with 22-2 combined
record in two seasons…Had 40 tackles
and one blocked field goal as a senior…
Coached by Steve George Personal:
Son of Eugene and Jen Scarangella…
Has two younger sisters, Julia and Lucy.
MICHAEL SMITH
32
Freshman | LB
6-3 | 220
Cranberry Twp., Pa. | Seneca Valley
High School: One-year letterwinner
in football and three-year letterwinner
in basketball…Named team captain of
basketball team…Helped football advance
to WPIAL Quad A quarterfinals in 2013…A
WPIAL Quad A Football honorable mention
as a defensive lineman…Helped basketball
team advance to WPIAL playoffs in
consecutive seasons…Coached in football
by Don Holl. Personal: Son of Lora and Robert
Smith…Older brother Matthew is a pitcher
on the baseball team at Georgetown…Has
two-younger brothers, Mark and Luke…
Cousin Kylee Smith plays basketball at
Vanderbilt...Expects to major in finance.
JACOB SWEITZER
84
Freshman | TE
6-4 | 235
Perryopolis, Pa. | Belle Vernon
High School: A four-year letterwinner
in football and four-year letterwinner in
basketball…Senior captain in football
and basketball…First Team AAA All-State
selection at tight end in 2014…Two-time allconference selection…Army Friday Night
Lights Football Scholar-Athlete selection
in 2013…Earned Positive Athlete Award in
2013…Selected to PSFCA East-West AllStar Game and Tri-County All-Star Game in
2013…Selected to the Mid Mon Valley AllSports Hall of Fame in 2014…Earned the
Westmoreland County Judge John Driscoll
Scholar-Athlete Excellence Award and the
2013-14 Delance Stanley Award for a senior
basketball player who achieved academic
excellence…Coached by Aaron Krepps in
football…Perfect attendance from K-12…
Earned HOBY Award for youth volunteerism
and leadership. Personal: Son of Larissa
Rathway…Has one younger brother, Nick
Sweitzer...Expects to major in business.
MILAN URUKALO
68
Freshman | OL
6-4 | 280
Chicago, Ill. | Loyola Academy
High School: A two-year letterwinner
in football, earning one in basketball…
Selected First Team All-Chicago Catholic
League Blue and First Team North Suburban
All-Area by the Pioneer Press as a senior…
Won Rev. McCommiskey Sportsmanship
Award selected by varsity coaches…A
two-time academic all-conference and
2013 Academic All-State selection…Led
squad to state semifinals in 2012 and
state finals in 2013…Coached in football
by John Holecek. Personal: Son of Dusan
and Loretta Urukalo…Has one younger
brother, Dominic…Involved in Insignis in
high school…Expected to major in biology.
ALEX VALLES 46
Freshman | RB
6-0 | 210
Danvers, Mass. | Danvers
High School: A four-year letterwinner
in football and captain during his senior
season…The No. 17-ranked player in
Mass. by ESPN…Two-time All-NEC
selection…Was selected as an All Star by
the Lynn Item and Salem News two-times…
Selected All-Scholastic Boston Globe
following his senior season…In 2013, led
Danvers to first playoff appearance in 10
years…Finished career with 2,500 yards
on 343 carries and 31 rushing touchdowns
and 525 receiving yards on 38 catches
with seven touchdowns, also two kick-off
return scores…Coached by Sean Rogers in
football…Also earned one letter in baseball
and two letters in basketball…Was selected
as the Pre-Calculus Student of the Year.
Personal: Son of Betsy Valles…Has three
brothers, Phil, Nick and Cris…Brother,
Nick plays football at Springfield College.
MUHAMMAD WAINWRIGHT
45
Freshman | TE
6-3 | 225
New Brunswick, N.J. | The Hun School
High School: A two-year letterwinner
in football and two-year letterwinner in
track…Helped team to 2011 Mid-Atlantic
Prep League Championships…Four-time
Iron Man Award having never missed
a practice or game during high school
career…Selected as 2013 NUC Baltimore
Top Performer and 2013 NUC Top
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STUDENT-ATHLETES
Prospect…2014 Sunshine Classic Football
All Star Game selection. Personal: Son of
Oliver and Marzieh Wainwright…Has three
older sisters, Tiffany, Melanie and Shada…
Expects to major in human sciences.
JELANI WILLIAMSON 48
Freshman | DB
5-8 | 160
Silver Spring, Md. | Good Counsel
High School: Personal: Son of Rohan
and Wanda Williamson ...Father, Rohan is
a Professor of Finance and the Stallkamp
Faculty Research Fellow at the McDonough
School of Business at Georgetown...
One older brother, Rohan played football
at Georgetown, graduating in 2014.
DANIEL YANKOVICH
30
Freshman | DB
6-0 | 205
Ramsey, N.J. | Don Bosco Prep
High School: A four-year letterwinner in
football and three-year starter…Helped
lead team to 2011 State and National
Championships…A 2013 first team allleague and all-county selection and
Second Team All-Metro and Second
Team All-State by MSG Varsity…A 2012
all-league
selection…Finished
career
with 1,025 receiving yards on 72 catches
and five TD’s...Had 67 tackles and five
interceptions as a senior…Coached by
Greg Toal. Personal: Has one older brother,
Michael and one younger sister, Emily.
HENRY WOODROW
49
Freshman | P
6-1 | 185
Aspen, Colo. | Aspen
High School: Three-year letterwinner and
senior team captain having played punter,
tight end and linebacker…Also earned
one letter in lacrosse and one letter on
ski-racing team…Two-time First Team
Academic All-State….Western Slope First
Team All-Conference in 2013…His 72 yard
punt is longest in Aspen history…Averaged
38 yards per punt as a senior…Coached
by Mike Sirko in football…Member of
Model UN and Donor Doors National
High School Coordinator. Personal: Son
of Michael Woodrow and Kelly Doherty…
One older brother, Jonathan, who
plays football at Amherst College, one
older sister, Isabelle and two younger
sisters, Juliette and Audrey…Expects to
major in international political economy.
WARREN WYNN58
Freshman | LS
6-1 | 220
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. | Cardinal Gibbons
High School: A two-year letterwinner
in football, playing linebacker, defensive
end and long snapper…Helped Cardinal
Gibbons to an 8-3 record during his
senior season…Coached by Mike Morrill
in football…Academically in Top 10 in
class and an AP Scholar…National
Honor Society President and a member
of the Math Honor Society. Personal: Son
of Warren and Laura Wynn…Has one
older sister, Jessica and one younger
brother, Will…Jessica was an All-ACC
Volleyball selection at Pittsburgh in 2013.
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JOE EACOBACCI NO. 35 MEMORIAL JERSEY
I Joe
Eacobacci
exhibited
leadership
on and off
the field
during his
career at
Georgetown,
being named
a tri-captain
during
his senior
season,
1995.
In Memory of
scholarship
fund
in
#35 Joe Eacobacci Memorial Jersey
2003
Matt Fronzcke
2004
Michael Ononibaku
2005
Michael Ononibaku
2006
Alex Buzbee 2007
Stephen Smith 2008
Nicholas Umar
2009
Robert Lane
2010
Nick Parrish
2011
Wayne Heimuli
2012
Kevin Sullivan
2013
Sean Campbell
2014
Nick Alfieri
The Eacobacci
University have
family and Georgetown
set up a need based
Joe Eacobacci with family and friends.
DB
DE
DE
DE
LB
DE
SLOT
LB
DB
OL
LB
LB
Matt
Fronczke,
a defensive
back, was
the first
recipient
of the Joe
Eacobacci
Memorial
No. 35
jersey in
2003.
On September 11, 2001 the Georgetown
community lost former Hoya football standout
Joe Eacobacci. A 1996 graduate of the College
of Arts and Sciences, he was an energy trader
for the investment firm Cantor Fitzgerald
on the 105th floor of the North Tower of the
World Trade Tower. Since the 2003 season,
the No. 35 has been awarded as a LIVING
MEMORIAL to the spirit and memory of Joey.
Joe was a football student-athlete for former
head coach Bob Benson between 1993 and
1995 and was the team’s tri-captain his senior
season. Benson believed that Eacobacci’s mark
on Georgetown was inked not only on the gridiron
but also on the entire Georgetown campus.
Joe is survived by his parents, Ann and Mitch
Eacobacci, his older brother, Tom (a 1993 graduate
of the McDonough School of Business and former
football player), his younger sister, Michelle, and
by his girlfriend of many years, Denise Mauro.
name.
Defensive
end Michael
Ononibaku
was the only
two-time No.
35 jersey
recipient.
Ononibaku
was also an
All Patriot
League
honoree and
nominated
for the
league’s
25th
Anniversary
team.
The student-athletes chosen to wear the No.
35 jersey have been selected based not only
on on-field performance, but a combination
of skills and intangibles that have cemented
Eacobacci’s place in Georgetown football history.
Joe Eacobacci (C ’96)
“He had more friends than anybody, and
that was what made him a beautiful person,”
Benson said in an interview with GU’s student
newspaper, The Hoya. “He would light up a
room, he really could make people smile and
bring enjoyment and pleasure to a room.”
Joe’s
Matt Fronzke, DB, 2003
Fronzke a two-time captain was the first player
at Georgetown to wear the #35 jersey after it
was dedicated to the memory of Joe Eacobacci
… A native of Downers Grove, Illinois, Fronczke
wore the jersey during the 2003 season, when he
capped off a stellar four-year career … A player
who was known for his strength, Fronczke is
considered one of the best athletes in the history
of the program… He became the first Hoya player
since 1986 to captain the team in consecutive
years … He finished his career with 243 tackles,
the third-best mark in program history and was
a 2004 Patriot League Second Team selection.
“I am still in awe that I was chosen. During
my junior year, we played Holy Cross to open
the season, then 9/11 occurred. The next
week’s game versus Wagner was cancelled.
The following week we went to Fordham and
drove past Manhattan and the whole world
had changed. I did not know Joey personally,
but I feel as if we are all drawn together as a
family by the tradition. I am very proud of the
past selections and hope that I will continue to
do honor to the tradition and Joey’s memory.”
Michael Ononibaku, DE, 2004-05
An All American and 2005 Duffy Award winner.
Two-time No. 35 jersey recipient Ononibaku
was the second Georgetown player to don the
#35 jersey and was the first to wear it in backto-back years, as he was honored with the
prestigious jersey in 2004 and 2005… A native
of Amherst, Massachusetts, he graduated
from Georgetown in May 2006 with a degree
in finance and management and is considered
one of the top players in program history …
Finished his career ranked second all-time at
Georgetown in sacks with 29, and sixth all-time
in tackles with 212 … Served as a team captain
during the 2005 season … Named a first team
All-American by the American Football Coaches
Association as a senior in 2005 … Earned first
team All-Patriot League honors in 2004 and
2005 and was a second team honoree in 2003.
“The Eacobacci Award represents more than just
an honor, but also a legacy. The tragic loss of
former captain Joe Eacobacci, who perished in
the 9/11 attacks hits the hearts of many associated
with the Georgetown football program. Esteemed
by coaches and players, past and present, Joe
Eacobacci was a class act on and off the field.
When I was fortunate to receive the award, I felt
the best way to honor Eacobacci’s legacy was to
strive to embody what he stood for. We have had
great players who have since worn the jersey,
and held his name with great honor. I myself will
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BUZBEE,
the 2008 No.
35 recipient
went on to
play with the
Washington
Redskins
and Toronto
Argonauts of
the CFL.
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JOE EACOBACCI NO. 35 MEMORIAL JERSEY
forever be
grateful
for
the
the game should be the measure every single
player should strive toward. The Georgetown
football family should continue to replicate
those characteristics which Joe exhibited,
whether we’re on the field, in the classroom,
in our careers or throughout our daily lives.”
Nick Umar, DE, 2008
LB STEVE SMITH, 2007
opportunity
the award
and
to
carry on
this
receive
legacy.”
Alex Buzbee, DE, 2006
Buzbee was a three-time All Patriot League
performer, earning a spot on the first team in
2006, while garnering All-America honorable
mention from the Don Hansen Football
Gazette…A three-year starter, Buzbee was a
strong and physical player with excellent athletic
ability who finished third in program history with
27.5 career sacks which ranks him in the top
20 all-time in the Patriot League…Buzbee was
the first Hoya football player since Jim Ricca
to play in the NFL, as Buzbee was activated
to the Washington Redskins active roster in
2007…Buzbee has also played for the Toronto
Argonauts in the Canadian Football League.
Umar, a Belle Mead, N.J. native saw action in
30 games during a three-season career, sitting
out his junior year with an injury…Umar was
awarded the No. 35 jersey during his senior
season in 2008, while also being featured
as one of the Hoyas’ two captains…During
his career, Umar made 48 tackles with nine
tackles for loss, two sacks, two interceptions
and two fumble recoveries during his career.
Nick Parrish, LB, 2010
“It is definitely the most coveted award I have
ever gotten. Every time I suited up to play I was
trying to represent the qualities of hard work
and dedication that go along with the award. It
is not one of those awards that you hang on the
(Left to right). Ononibaku, A. Buzbee, S. Smith, M. Eacobacci, W.
wall. You wear it on your back every time out Heimuli, N. Parrish and N. Umar for the presentation of the No. 35
and you want to live up to that responsibility.” jersey to Heimuli during the football team’s spring banquet.
Steve Smith, DE, 2007
“It’s a great honor and something that I’m very
grateful and appreciative to be chosen for.
With the award comes great responsibility
and big shoes to fill, but it’s exciting to carry
on the legacy that comes with the 35. Wearing
the jersey isn’t just an in-season thing. You
carry the responsibility during the offseason
and after the season as well. The guys that
wore it before me did a great job and have
set the bar high. I’m going to try to honor the
jersey the way they have and the way Joe did.”
“When I hear the name Joe Eacobacci, more
comes to mind than just another Georgetown
football alum. When I his name, I think of the
legacy he left behind at this program, as well as
this campus and across the nation. He set a high
standard of excellence, dedication and leadership
for those
t h a t
follow.
T h e
passion
w i t h
which he
played, in
addition
to
his
DE NICK UMAR, 2008
love
for
Robert Lane, SLOT, 2009
Smith, an Upper Marlboro, Md. native, was
awarded the No. 35 jersey and named one of the
Hoyas tri-captains for the 2007 season…A starter
at defensive end during his final two seasons on
the Hilltop, compiling 63 tackles during his fouryear career…Tied his career high in tackles
three times, recording eight stops against Holy
Cross, Brown and Columbia, all during the 2006
season. Upon graduation, Smith began work as
a US Uniformed Supreme Court Police Officer.
SLOT ROBERT LANE, 2009
Joe Eacobacci was even 10 years after the
attacks on the World trade Center. Every time
I put his prestigious jersey on, both in practice
and on Saturdays, I played with him in mind. He
inspired me, just like he has inspired everyone
who knows his story. I think the values he
stood for should not only be adopted by those
guys who have worn No. 35, but by everyone.
I am so thankful to be included in this group
of men who have worn No. 35 and will never
forget the spirit and character of Joe Eacobacci.
Lane, a Greensboro, N.C. native, became the
first offensive player to be awarded the No.
35 jersey for the 2009 season…Will wear the
prestigious No. 35 jersey this season ... Lane is
the first offensive player to wear the jersey…Lane
saw action on the offensive side of the ball since
arriving on the Hilltop in 2006, spending time at
quarterback, running back and in the SLOT, as
well as special teams…Led the Hoyas in receiving
during his senior season making 55 catches for
503 yards, the most for any Hoya since 2003…
Lane finished his career with 819 receiving yards
and two receiving touchdowns during his career.
“Everyone connected to the Georgetown football
program knows exactly what type of person
Parrish, a two-time team captain, was the
recipient of the No. 35 jersey for the 2010
season…Parrish’s leadership was instrumental
in the Hoyas rebounding from a winless season
to winning four games, including two in the Patriot
League in 2010…Nick became the program’s alltime leading tackler with 349 career tackles…
He coincidentally surpassed Eacobacci’s college
roommate Tom Wonica, on Sept. 11, 2010 when
the Hoyas defeated Lafayette College…Parrish
was a two-time All Patriot League postseason,
leading the league in tackles per game in 2009
(10.0 per game)… Started 39 consecutive games
at inside linebacker…In 2008, against Holy Cross
he was named the Patriot League Defensive
Player of the Week and became only the 23rd
player at the FCS level, and the second ever in
the Patriot League, to return two interceptions for
touchdowns in one game to go with 11 tackles.
LB NICK PARRISH, 2010
Wayne Heimuli, S, 2011
Heimuli was named the eighth recipient
of the No. 35 jersey and captain following
the 2010 season...Heimuli was joined by
fellow
honorees,
Ononibaku,
Buzbee,
Smith, Umar and Parrish at the ceremony.
“It’s a great honor to follow in the footsteps of such
great guys, especially Nick Parrish, who I’ve gotten
to know over the years and someone who has been
a great leader and a great role model.” Heimuli said.
Heimuli served as a strong role model for his
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teammates and an inspirational leadler on
and off the field during a 2011 season that
saw the Hoyas transform from Patriot League
doormat to power. Heimuli helped the defense
to its finest season during the Kevin Kelly era,
ranking among the nation’s best in scoring
defense and takeaways. Individually, Heimuli
had a productive season, making 54 tackles,
intercepting three passes and recovering one
fumble. Despite battling injuries throughout the
season, Heimuli started in all 11 games providing
stability in the defensive backfield. After serving
League
Championship
to
Georgetown.”
Sean Campbell, LB, 2013
Campbell, a Middletown, N.J. native and a 2013
Preseason All-Patriot League selection becomes
the tenth Georgetown student-athlete to earn the
No. 35 jersey honor. Campbell, who moved into
the starting lineup at outside linebacker at the
beginning of his sophomore season was welcomed
into the No. 35 fraternity by the two previous
honorees, Kevin Sullivan and Wayne Heimuli.
“It’s such a great honor and I was so surprised,”
Campbell said. “I was just sitting there listening
in awe, because the No. 35 tradition is such a
great story, and when my name was called
it was an overwhelming sense of joy. Just
hearing the names of the people who have
worn this jersey, they are all people you hear
about for being great leaders, great people
and who have gone on to do great things.”
Safety Wayne Heimuli, 2011
as a team captain in 2011, Heimuli returns
to the team in 2012 as a Student Assistant
Coach, where he will work with the defense.
Kevin Sullivan, OL, 2012
Sullivan, a Maywood, N.J. native, became just
the second offensive player and first offensive
lineman to earn the No. 35 jersey honor. Sullivan
was the ninth player overall to accept the No.
35 jersey, which was awarded to him during
the team’s spring banquet by Rob Sgarlata and
former No. 35’s Nick Parrish and Wayne Heimuli.
Campbell moved to defensive end in the Hoyas
4-3 scheme after compiling 52 tackles, 9.0 TFL
of 28 yards, 3.0 sacks for a loss of 17 yards,
two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and a
pass breakup during his junior season. A noted
leader on and off the field, coaches credited
Campbell’s attention to detail and the fact that
he “goes hard all of the time” and has fully
utilized his tools on the field. Campbell has
set a strong example off the field, as well, Rob
Sgarlata calling him, “a tough kid from day one
and a guy that you’d want to start program with.”
jersey like, Wayne Heimuli, Kevin Sullivan and
Sean Campbell, help give me an idea about the
type of person that he was. It is such an honor
to be associated with him. I can only hope to
adequately represent the number and help
keep Joe’s spirit alive, both on and off the field.”
“Nick is an excellent choice to represent the
No. 35 jersey,” Head Coach Rob Sgarlata said.
“Over his first three years on the Hilltop he has
exemplified what it is to be a great teammate.
He practices at 100 percent all of the time and
that translates to his performance on game day.”
LB Nick Alfieri is the 11th Hoya to wear the No. 35 jersey.
Sullivan was a starter along the offensive line in 29
games during the past four-year career, spending
his senior season at center. Kevin will also be
remembered as one of the Hoyas top performers
in the weight room during his time on the Hilltop.
“I’m honored to receive the Joe Eacobacci
Memorial Number 35 Jersey,” Sullivan said. “I
am inspired by Joe and the players who have
worn his number 35 jersey in the past and
proudly represented him and the Georgetown
Football family. Building off of last season
and a productive spring ball, the team is
DE Sean Campbell, 2013
Nick Alfieri, LB, 2014
Alfieri, a Portland, Oregon native, is a 2014
Preseason
All-Patriot
League
selection
and team captain in addition to being
the 11th Hoya to earn the No. 35 jersey.
During his career on the Hilltop, Alfieri’s versatility
has allowed him to play both safety and
linebacker, giving the Hoyas’ defense options. In
both spots he has racked up tackles, compiling
216, the 10th best total in program history.
Offensive Lineman, Kevin Sullivan 2012
excited to work toward bringing the first Patriot
“Hearing my name called at the banquet for the
award was so surreal,” Alfieri said. “It’s still hard
to believe that I was chosen. I obviously never
knew Joe Eacobacci, but the characters of my
former teammates that have previously worn the
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HOYAS FOOTBALL TIMELINE
1789
2006
Georgetown University founded by John Carroll.
Kevin Kelly is introduced as the second head coach at Georgetown since
moving to Division I-AA in 1993.
1889
Georgetown begins intercollegiate football with a game against Virginia.
The Hoyas win the game, 34–0.
2006
1890
The Hoyas face Fordham for the first time. The Rams are Georgetown’s
oldest rival in the Patriot League.
Freshman running back Charlie Houghton wins the Patriot League Rookie
of the Year Award, becoming the first Hoya to win one of the league’s
major awards since joining the league; defensive end Alex Buzbee
earns All-American honors and is signed to a free agent contract by the
Washington Redskins.
1903
2007
Princeton and Georgetown meet for the first time on the gridiron.
1941
Georgetown faces Mississippi State in the Orange Bowl. The Bulldogs
defeat the Hoyas by a score of 14–7.
Senior fullback Kyle Van Fleet earns Second-Team All-Patriot League
honors and is named the winner of the Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of
the Year Award.
2008
1943-45
Football is suspended at Georgetown due to World War II.
Georgetown defeats Howard, 12-7, in the D.C. Cup, the first meeting
between the only two Division I-FCS colleges that sponsor football in the
Nation’s Capital.
1950
2010
The Hoyas play Texas Western in the Sun Bowl.
Hoyas bounce back from winless season to become most improved team
in the Patriot League, winning four games, its most since 2005. GU also
wins two Patriot League games, defeating Lafayette and Holy Cross. No.
35 Joe Eacobacci Memorial Jersey Recipient LB Nick Parrish becomes
the Hoyas all-time leading tackler, surpassing Eacobacci’s roommate Tom
Wonica during the Hoyas September 11 win over Lafayette...DE Andrew
Schaetzke and CB Jayah Kaisamba earn First Team All Patriot League
honors.
1951-63
Football discontinued on the Hilltop.
1964
Club football returns to campus.
1969
Georgetown football moves from club standing to a varsity team. The
Hoyas become a member of NCAA Division III Football.
1993
The Hoya program becomes part of NCAA Division I-AA Football.
Georgetown joins the MAAC Football League.
1997
Georgetown finishes the season 7–0 in the MAAC and wins its first MAAC
Championship.
1998
J.J. Mont sets a Georgetown single-game record with 401 passing yards
in a 34-0 win over Iona.
2000
The Hoyas announce they accept an invitation to join the prestigious
Patriot Football League. GU plays an independent schedule.
2001
Patriot League football on Georgetown’s campus begins.
The Hoyas earn their first Patriot League victory, 32-31 at home against
Bucknell.
Georgetown faces its first Ivy League opponent since 1937 and defeats
Cornell, 42–20.
2005
Multi-Sport Field opens on Sept. 17 as the Hoyas host Brown.
Georgetown posts its most wins since 1999 and plays for the Patriot
League Championship for the first time since joining in 2001. Head Coach
Kevin Kelly earns PL Coach of the Year, while DE Andrew Schaetzke
earns Defensive POY, becoming just the ninth consensus All-America
selection in PL history. Robert McCabe breaks the program’s single
season tackles mark with 134, joining Schaetzke and Jeremy Moore on
the PL First Team. Kaisamba, RB Nick Campanella PK Brett Weiss and
freshman OL Mike Roland all made the PL Second Team.
2012
LB Robert McCabe broke his own single-season tackles record with 154,
to lead Division I FCS in the category, helping earn All-America honors,
as well as Patriot League and ECAC Defensive Player of the Year honors.
McCabe also became the leading tackler in program history with 407
tackles, CB Jeremy Moore also etched his name in the record books,
breaking the program’s all-time mark for interception return yardage
(318), while posting the best the kick-off return average (23.9) in program
history. GU again had six-players named All-Patriot League, including Nick
Campanella, earning his second honor and LB Dustin Wharton earning
first team honors.
2013
2002
2003
2011
LB Dustin Wharton became the second consecutive Hoyas linebacker
to earn Preseason Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year. He was
joined on the Preseason Patriot League squad by LB Sean Campbell and
OL James Spaly...Wharton named First Team All-Patriot League.
2014
Rob Sgarlata named 31st Head Coach of Georgetown football program.
The Hoyas defeat Brown for their third win in program history over an Ivy
League opponent. The win came during the 50th Anniversary of the return
of football to the Hilltop.
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INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS
RUSHING
PASSING
RUSHING ATTEMPTS
Player
1. Steve Iorio
2. Kim Sarin
J.J. Williams
4. Kim Sarin
Rob Belli
Steve Iorio
J.J. Williams
8. Marcus Slayton
Marcus Slayton
Steve Iorio
Dean Lowry
Att. Date
44
11-8-96
33
11-20-04
33
11-11-89
31
10-9-04
31
10-30-99
31
11-4-95
31
9-16-89
29
10-22-05
29
10-8-05
29
9-24-94
29
11-14-87
RUSHING YARDAGE
Player
1. John Sims
2. Dean Lowry
3. Dean Lowry
4. Marcus Slayton
5. Rob Belli
6. Steve Iorio
7. Steve Iorio
8. Steve Iorio
9. Dean Lowry
10. Kim Sarin
J.J. Williams
YardsDate
268
11-15-03
215
9-17-88
205
10-31-87
192
10-22-05
187
9-12-98
186
11-8-96
184
9-24-94
182
11-16-96
181
10-8-88
180
11-20-04
178
11-4-89
Opponent
at St. John’s
Holy Cross
Washington & Lee
VMI
Fairfield
Siena
at Gallaudet
Fordham
Duquesne
Iona
at Washington & Lee
Opponent
Davidson
St. Francis (Pa.)
at Catholic
Fordham
Marist
at St. John’s
Iona
St. Peter’s
at Gallaudet
Holy Cross
St. John’s
LONGEST RUNS FROM SCRIMMAGE
Player
1. Peter Clays
John Burke
3. Kyle Nolan
4. Steve Iorio
5. Jeff Gray
Jeff Gray
Ralph Edwards
8. Joe Todisco
9. Tim Marotta
Murray
11. John Sims
YardsDate
89
9-29-84
89
1979
82
11-23-13
79
9-24-94
77
11-20-71
77
10-23-71
77
10-9-71
74
9-16-95
70
11-15-80
70
10-23-76
68
11-15-03
Opponent
at Franklin & Marshall
Salisbury State
at Holy Cross
Iona
Susquehanna
Johns Hopkins
Juniata
at Iona
Washington & Lee
Johns Hopkins
Davidson
OTHER TOP RUSHING PERFORMANCES
Average Per Carry – 15.9, Joe Todisco (9-143), vs. St. Peter’s, 1997
Touchdowns – 5, Steve Iorio, vs. St. Peter’s, 1996
TOTAL OFFENSE
TOTAL OFFENSE
Player
1. Dave Paulus
2. J.J. Mont
3. Isaiah Kempf
3. Bill Jenkinson
4. J.J. Mont
5. Dave Paulus
6. J.J. Mont
7. Bill Jenkinson
8. Aley Demarest
9. Dave Paulus
10. J.J. Mont
YardsDate
462
9-23-00
401
11-7-98
395
9-14-13
393
9-21-91
373
10-9-99
350
10-26-02
349
11-21-98
344
10-13-90
343
9-28-91
337
10-21-00
334
11-23-96
Player
1. J.J. Mont
2. Isaiah Kempf
3. Isaiah Kempf
4. Aley Demarest
5. Aley Demarest
6. Matt Bassuener
Dave Paulus
Bill Ward
9. Aley Demarest
Scott Darby
11. Matt Bassuener
Dave Paulus
Aley Demarest
COMPLETIONS
Player
1. Matt Bassuener
Isaiah Kempf
3. Matt Bassuener
4. Isaiah Kempf
5. Dave Paulus
Scott Darby
6. Aley Demarest
7. J.J. Mont
Aley Demarest
10. J.J. Mont
PASSING YARDAGE
Player
1. J.J. Mont
2. Isaiah Kempf
3. Dave Paulus
Bill Jenkinson
5. Matt Bassuener
6. Bill Jenkinson
7. J.J. Mont
8. Aley Demarest
9. Dave Paulus
10. J.J. Mont
11. Scott Darby
12. Isaiah Kempf
Att. Date
65
11-21-98
59
9-19-09
52
9-14-13
50
11-9-91
49
10-3-92
48
10-13-07
48
10-26-02
48
11-5-94
47
11-2-91
47
9-18-10
46
10-20-07
46
10-7-00
46
9-26-92
Opponent
at Fordham
Yale
Marist
St. John’s
at Franklin & Marshall
at Fordham
Bucknell
at Siena
Catholic
at Yale
at Bucknell
Bucknell
Dickinson
Comp.Date
35
10-20-07
35
9-14-13
33
10-13-07
32
9-19-09
31
10-26-02
31
9-19-09
30
10-3-92
28
11-21-98
28
11-2-91
26
11-7-98
Opponent
at Bucknell
Marist
at Fordham
Yale
Bucknell
at Marist
at Franklin & Marshall
at Fordham
Catholic
Iona
YardsDate
401
11-7-98
398
9-14-13
393
9-23-00
393
9-21-91
386
10-13-07
384
10-13-90
358
11-21-98
352
11-2-91
350
10-26-02
343
10-9-99
340
9-18-10
332
9-19-09
Opponent
Iona
Marist
Butler
Gallaudet
at Fordham
at Swarthmore
at Fordham
Catholic
Bucknell
at Marist
at Yale
at Yale
COMPLETION PERCENTAGE
(minimum 15 attempts)
Player
Pct.Date
1. Scott Darby (18-22)
.818 9-24-11
2. Matt Bassuener (20-26) .769 9-1-07
3. Bill Ward (13-17)
.765 10-29-94
4. Matt Bassuener (35-46) .761 10-20-07
5. Andrew Crawford (12-16) .750 10-9-04
Dave Paulus (15-20)
.750 10-12-02
7. Dave Paulus
.735 9-23-00
8. Bill Ward (11-15)
.733 11-12-94
Matt Zebrowski (11-15) .733 9-17-88
10. Matt Bassuener (27-37) .730 9-15-07
11. Dave Paulus (13-18)
.722 11-11-00
Opponent
Butler
Iona
Marist
Gallaudet
at Marist
Bucknell
at Fordham
at Swarthmore
at Dickinson
Fairfield
Holy Cross
OTHER TOP TOTAL OFFENSE PERFORMANCES
Plays – 65, J.J. Mont, vs. Fordham, 1998
PASSING ATTEMPTS
Opponent
at Marist
at Stony Brook
Marist
at Bucknell
VMI
at Davidson
Butler
St. Peter’s
St. Francis (Pa.)
Yale
St. Peter’s
OTHER TOP PASSING PERFORMANCES
Touchdown Passes – 6, Dave Paulus, vs. Butler, 2000
Yards Per Completion (minimum 250 yards) – 32.1 (257 yards,
8 completions) vs. Siena, 1997.
Passes Intercepted – 7, Bill Jenkinson vs. Washington & Lee, 1991
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INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS
RECEIVING
RECEIVING YARDAGE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
9.
10.
Player
Gharun Hester
Gharun Hester
Gharun Hester
Chris Murphy
Luke McArdle
Chris Murphy
Luke McArdle
Matt Mattimore
Gharun Hester
Kevin Macari
MISCELLANEOUS
YardsDate
271
9-23-00
227
10-9-99
201
11-6-99
191
10-5-91
190
9-13-03
190
10-13-90
188
10-26-02
188
11-21-98
187
10-21-00
181
10-20-12
LONGEST PASSING PLAYS
1.
3.
4.
5.
7.
8.
Players
Bill Ward-Rob Rosenthal
C. DeGruchy-David Casares
M. Bassuener-C. Houghton
Mike Boland-Nate Simms
Mike Boland-Nate Simms
Bob Sitz-Clayton Wagner
J.J. Mont-Gharun Hester
J.J. Mont-Gharun Hester
Bill Ward-Chris Colman
Aley Demarest-C. Murphy
Opponent
Butler
at Marist
vs. Duquesne
Franklin & Marshall
at Cornell
at Swarthmore
Bucknell
at Fordham
Fairfield
at Colgate
YardsDate
88
10-4-97
88
9-29-90
81
11-11-06
80
10-29-83
79
10-8-93
79
1976
77
9-19-98
75
9-25-99
75
11-12-94
75
10-5-91
Opponent
Siena
Franklin & Marshall
at Lafayette
Catholic
Fordham
Holy Cross
St. John’s
St. Peter’s
Franklin & Marshall
OTHER TOP RECEIVING PERFORMANCES
Receptions – 14, Luke McArdle, vs. Bucknell, 2002
Touchdown Receptions – 5, Gharun Hester, vs. Butler, 2000
SCORING
TOP SCORING PERFORMANCES
Points – 30, Gharun Hester, vs. Butler, 2000; Steve Iorio, vs. St. Peter’s, 1996.
Touchdowns – 5, Gharun Hester, vs. Butler, 2000; Steve Iorio, vs. St. Peter’s, 1996.
PAT-Kick – 9, Ed Ruckert, vs. Catholic, 1971.
Field Goals – 5, Michael Gillman, vs. St. Francis, 2004.
DEFENSE
TOTAL TACKLES
Player
1. Andrew Clarke
2. Tim McAneney
3. Nick Alfieri
Tim McAneney
Peter Elliott
Alex Poulos
Patrick O’Donnell
7. Nick Parrish
Adam Krugman
Raja Mohi-ud-din
Robert McCabe (2)
11. Medhi Hassan
Michael Melchionda
Mike Lynn
Dan Cunniffe
Tom Wonica
Robert McCabe (2)
SOLO TACKLES
Player
1. Andrew Clarke
2. Tom Wonica
3. Dan Cunniffe
Peter Elliott
5. Brett Crowder
6. Andrew Clarke
Adam Krugman
Ryan O’Donoghue
Tom Wonica
John McCormick
TacklesDate
23
11-16-02
19
9-8-90
18
11-1-14
18
9-15-90
18
9-20-86
18
9-24-83
18
10-17-09
17
9-19-09
17
10-16-99
17
11-9-91
17
9-1-12
16
11-20-04
16
11-14-98
16
11-22-97
16
10-7-94
16
9-17-94
16
10-27-12
Opponent
at Colgate
at Ursinus
Lehigh
at Gallaudet
St. Francis (Pa.)
at Dickinson
Colgate
Yale
Davidson
St. John’s
at Davidson/atColgate
Holy Cross
Austin Peay
Robert Morris
St. John’s
at Duquesne
Lafayette/Lehigh
TacklesDate
15
10-16-02
14
9-23-95
13
10-7-94
13
9-20-86
12
10-14-00
11
9-13-03
11
10-9-99
11
10-9-99
11
9-17-94
11
9-20-86
Opponent
at Colgate
Duquesne
St. John’s
St. Francis (Pa.)
Duquesne
at Holy Cross
at Marist
at Marist
at Duquesne
St. Francis (Pa.)
LONGEST FIELD GOALS
Player
1. Anthony DeGuzman
2. Anthony DeGuzman
3. Marc Samuel
4. Paul Wiorowski
5. Brett Weiss
Matt MacZura
7. Marc Samuel
Erich Beringer
9. Peter Carbonara
Erich Beringer
YardsDate
55
10-5-91
54
10-12-91
51
10-14-00
50
10-3-98
49
10-8-11
49
10-12-13
48
9-30-00
48
10-1-83
47
9-27-97
47
9-24-83
Opponent
Franklin & Marshall
at St. Peter’s
at Duquesne
at Siena
at Wagner
Fordham
Fordham
Franklin & Marshall
Fairfield
at Davidson
Player
1. Anthony DeGuzman
Skip Sawch
3. Matt MacZura
4. Dave Paulus
Matt MacZura
6. Tim Clark
7. Anthony DeGuzman
8. Chris MacGriff
Dave Paulus
10. Chris MacGriff
Charlie Turner
Anthony DeGuzman
YardsDate
72
11-16-91
72
1973
70
2010
69
9-23-00
69
10-27-12
68
9-25-76
65
9-15-90
64
10-7-06
64
10-20-01
63
9-1-07
63
11-2-96
63
10-19-91
Opponent
Washington & Lee
Manhattan
Wagner
Butler
at Lafayette
Catholic
at Gallaudet
Lehigh
at Bucknell
at Stony Brook
Canisius
Swarthmore
Player
1. Peter Clays
2. Jasper Ihezie
Alex Poulos
4. Ottaway Tally
5. Anthony Bartolomeo
6. Jim Corcoran
7. Jeremy Moore 8 Luke McArdle
9. Jeremy Moore
10. Jeremy Moore
YardsDate
101
10-27-84
90
11-6-04
90
9-24-83
89
11-11-78
87
10-31-98
87
11-3-79
85
9-18-10
84
11-16-02
73
11-5-11
70
11-12-11
Opponent
at Catholic
Lehigh
at Davidson
Washington & Lee
St. Peter’s
Catholic
at Yale
at Colgate
Fordham
at Lehigh
Player
1. Luke McArdle
2. Kevin Macari
3. Stewart Muller
5. Jim Corcoran
6. Brian Tandy
Ed Trujillo
7. Kevin Macari
8. Chris Jordan
9. Alex Poulos
Jim Corcoran
YardsDate
88
10-18-03
79
9-15-12
70
9-24-88
67
10-25-80
63
9-4-04
63
10-30-82
60
10-22-11
55
10-5-96
48
10-14-83
48
9-29-79
Opponent
Cornell
Yale
Dickinson
St. Peter’s
St. Francis
at Catholic
Colgate
Marist
at St. Peter’s
Duquesne
Player
1. Matt Barbiasz
2. Nick Parrish
3. Jim Chesley
Jeremy Moore 5. Jeremy Moore
6. Sean Green
7. Jim Bolger
8. Jim Gallagher
9. Jim Corcoran
10. Matt Fronczke
Chris Fazio
YardsDate
99
10-2-04
95
9-27-08
80
1973
80
10/13/12
75
11-5-11
72
9-26-87
70
10-20-90
66
9-11-99
55
10-6-79
52
11-8-03
52
11-6-93
Opponent
Bucknell
Holy Cross
Manhattan
Lehigh
Fordham
at Dickinson
Johns Hopkins
at Holy Cross
at St. Peter’s
Towson
St. John’s
LONGEST PUNTS
LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN
LONGEST PUNT RETURN
LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN
OTHER TOP MISCELLANEOUS PERFORMANCES
Most Punts – 12, Joe Piscatella, vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1993; vs. Iona, 1993.
Most Yards Punting – 477, D.J. Patenaude, vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1984.
Most Punt Returns – 7, Chris Sapienza, vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1995.
Most Punt Return Yards – 182 (4 returns), Luke McArdle, at Cornell, 2003.
Highest Punt Average – 48.6, Scott Aubuchon, vs. St. John’s University, 1995.
Most Kickoff Returns – 8, Luke McArdle, vs. Lehigh, 2001.
Most Kickoff Return Yards – 215, Kenny Mitchell, at Lafayette 2006
Most Interceptions Made – 4, Jim Corcoran, vs. St. Francis, 1980
Most Interceptions Returned for Scores –2, Nick Parrish, vs. Holy Cross, 2008
Most Fumbles Recovered – 2, by 10 players, most recently Christopher Paulus,
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TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS
BEST PASSING PERCENTAGE
RUSHING
PASSING
MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS
MOST PASSING ATTEMPTS
Att.
1. 74
2. 71
3. 67
4. 66
5. 65
6. 62
7. 61
61
9. 60
60
60
Date
10-1-77
11-13-76
11-8-96
11-4-95
10-27-79
10-9-04
9-19-87
9-24-77
11-4-00
10-23-97
9-27-80
MOST YARDS RUSHING
YardsDate
1. 430
11-16-96
2. 405
10-2-71
3. 395
11-15-03
4. 353
11-4-00
5. 345
9-17-88
6. 340
9-24-94
7. 333
9-21-96
8. 332
9-19-87
9. 329
11-2-85
10. 328
9-28-96
Opponent
at Rochester
Manhattan
at St. John’s
Siena
St. John’s
VMI
at St. Francis (Pa.)
Catholic
Iona
at Johns Hopkins
St. Francis (Pa.)
Opponent
St. Peter’s
Catholic
Davidson
Iona
St. Francis (Pa.)
Iona
at Fairfield
at St. Francis (Pa.)
Catholic
at Siena
FEWEST YARDS RUSHING
YardsDate
1. -35
9-22-90
2. -26
10-10-09
3 -25
10-13-84
4. -24
11-10-01
5. -14
9-14-91
6. -11
9-23-89
7. -11
9-26-92
8. -10
10-13-90
9. -8
9-7-02
-8
10-5-85
Opponent
at Dickinson
at Lehigh
at Fordham
Lafayette
at Ursinus
at Dickinson
Dickinson
at Swarthmore
at Lehigh
Franklin & Marshall
HIGHEST AVERAGE PER CARRY
Avg.
1. 8.80
2. 8.60
3. 8.43
4. 7.20
5. 6.97
6. 6.53
7. 6.38
8. 6.33
9. 6.28
10. 6.10
Date
10-2-71
1975
11-16-96
11-15-03
10-31-97
9-12-98
9-17-88
11-2-85
9-21-96
9-24-11
Opponent
Catholic
Duquesne
St. Peter’s
Davidson
St. Peter’s
Marist
St. Francis (Pa.)
Catholic
at Fairfield
at Marist
OTHER TOP TEAM RUSHING PERFORMANCES
Touchdowns – 8, vs. St. Peter’s, 1996.
Att.
1. 65
2. 61
3. 59
4. 57
5. 52
6. 51
51
8. 49
9. 48
48
48
48
48
Date
11-21-98
9-28-91
9-19-09
11-7-09
9-14-13
11-9-91
9-17-11
10-3-92
10-13-07
10-26-02
10-27-01
11-5-94
10-12-91
Opponent
at Fordham
at Dickinson
Yale
at Marist
Marist
St. John’s
at Yale
Franklin & Marshall
at Fordham
Bucknell
at Marist
at Siena
at St. Peter’s
MOST PASSING COMPLETIONS
Comp.Date
1. 35
10-20-07
35
9-14-13
3. 33
10-13-07
33
9-17-11
5. 32
9-19-09
6. 31
10-26-02
31
11-7-09
8. 30
11-17-01
30
10-3-92
10. 29
10-12-91
29
9-28-91
MOST YARDS PASSING
YardsDate
1. 478
9-21-91
2. 401
11-7-98
3. 398
9-14-13
4. 393
9-23-00
5. 386
10-13-07
6. 384
10-13-90
7. 370
10-9-99
8. 367
9-28-91
9. 358
11-21-98
10. 352
11-2-91
Opponent
Bucknell
Marist
at Fordham
at Yale
Yale
Bucknell
Marist
Towson
Franklin & Marshall
at St. Peter’s
at Dickinson
Opponent
Gallaudet
Iona
Marist
Butler
at Fordham
at Swarthmore
at Marist
at Dickinson
at Fordham
Catholic
FEWEST YARDS PASSING
YardsDate
1. 3
10-13-79
2. 7
10-9-76
3. 8
10-25-08
4. 11
9-27-80
5. 19
10-1-77
6. 20
10-6-79
7. 24
9-18-04
8. 36
10-2-76
9. 37
11-15-80
10. 39
10-22-97
Opponent
Gallaudet
St. Peter’s
at Richmond
St. Francis (Pa.)
at Rochester
at St. Peter’s
at Duquesne
Rochester
Washington & Lee
at Johns Hopkins
OTHER TOP TEAM PASSING PERFORMANCES
Touchdowns – 6, vs. Butler, 2000.
Had Intercepted – 7, vs. Washington & Lee,
1991.
Pct.
1. .818
2. .778
.778
4. .761
5. .750
6. .750
7. .724
8. .722
.722
.722
11. .700
Date
9-24-11
9-1-07
9-17-88
10-20-07
11-12-94
10-12-02
10-4-03
10-9-04
11-11-00
10-29-94
10-31-98
Opponent
at Marist
at Stony Brook
St. Francis (Pa.)
at Bucknell
St. Peter’s
at Davidson
at Lafayette
VMI
St. Peter’s
Marist
St. Peter’s
TOTAL OFFENSE
MOST PLAYS
Plays Date
1. 92
11-8-96
2. 89
11-21-98
89
11-5-94
4. 87
11-9-91
5. 86
9-25-10
86
11-13-99
86
11-4-95
86
10-9-93
86
9-28-91
10. 84
11-13-76
YARDS GAINED
YardsDate
1. 607
11-16-96
2. 595
9-23-00
3. 568
9-21-96
4. 563
10-2-71
5. 546
10-21-00
6. 542
10-4-97
7. 532
10-5-91
8. 520
11-13-99
9. 513
9-21-91
10. 506
11-15-03
FEWEST TOTAL YARDS
YardsDate
1. 60
10-5-85
2. 64
11-3-79
3. 65
9-22-07
4. 67
10-2-76
5. 70
9-23-89
6. 81
10-27-84
7. 87
11-10-84
8. 88
10-25-08
9. 94
11-16-85
10. 95
10-13-84
MOST FIRST DOWNS
1.
2.
3.
4.
8.
1st Dns
31
29
28
27
27
27
27
26
26
26
26
Date
11-13-99
10-9-04
10-18-97
10-21-00
9-23-00
11-16-96
9-21-96
11-17-01
11-4-00
9-28-96
9-28-91
Opponent
at St. John’s
at Fordham
at Siena
St. John’s
Holy Cross
at Canisius
Siena
St. Peter’s
at Dickinson
Manhattan
Opponent
St. Peter’s
Butler
at Fairfield
Catholic
Fairfield
Siena
Franklin & Marshall
at Canisius
Gallaudet
Davidson
Opponent
Franklin & Marshall
Catholic
at Holy Cross
Rochester
at Dickinson
at Catholic
St. Francis (Pa.)
at Richmond
at Swarthmore
at Fordham
Opponent
at Canisius
VMI
at Iona
Fairfield
Butler
St. Peter’s
at Fairfield
Towson
Iona
at Siena
at Dickinson
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TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS
FEWEST FIRST DOWNS
1.
2.
3.
5.
7.
8.
1st Dns
1
2
3
3
4
4
4
5
6
6
6
6
Date
10-2-76
9-22-07
9-22-84
11-3-79
10-25-08
9-7-02
10-27-84
10-15-05
10-15-94
9-9-89
11-7-81
9-26-81
MOST POINTS
PointsDate
1. 69
10-2-71
2. 61
11-16-96
3. 59
9-21-96
4. 57
9-23-00
5. 56
1974
6. 54
10-31-98
7. 52
11-20-99
52
9-19-92
52
9-24-11
9. 51
9-17-88
10. 49
11-11-03
49
11-13-99
49
11-4-78
MOST TOUCHDOWNS
TDs Date
1. 10
10-2-71
2. 9
11-16-96
10. -16
Opponent
Catholic
St. Peter’s
at Fairfield
Butler
St. Peter’s
St. Peter’s
LaSalle
Gallaudet
at Marist
St. Francis (Pa.)
Stony Brook
at Canisius
St. Francis (Pa.)
YardsDate
1. 6
11-20-93
2. 17
9-26-92
3. 20
10-2-76
4. 24
11-4-95
5. 29
9-23-89
6. 31
9-17-94
31
10-25-80
8. 32
9-19-87
32
10-1-83
Opponent
Catholic
St. Peter’s
Opponent
at St. John’s
Butler
Holy Cross
at Fordham
Siena
at Fordham
at VMI
Duquesne
Fairfield
St. John’s
SPECIAL TEAMS ­- GAME
TOP TEAM SPECIAL TEAMS PERFORMANCES
PAT-Kicks – 9, vs. Catholic, 1971.
Field Goals – 5, vs. St. Francis, 2004.
Punts – 12, vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1993;
vs. Iona, 1993.
Yards – 477, vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1984.
Average (min. 4 punts) – 48.6, vs. St. John’s,
1995.
TEAM DEFENSE
FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED RUSHING
YardsDate
1. -58
10-5-96
2. -55
10-12-91
3. -50
10-6-90
4. -34
10-7-89
5. -28
10-2-71
6. -27
10-20-90
7. -24
11-11-95
-24
9-29-90
9. -18
9-1-12
at Fairfield
MOST YARDS ALLOWED RUSHING
MOST YARDS GAINED (BOTH TEAMS)
YardsDate
1. 1,107
11-7-92
2. 1,106
9-23-00
3. 1,008
11-23-96
4. 971
9-29-01
5. 926
10-4-97
6. 903
11-21-98
7. 902
9-27-03
8. 900
11-6-99
9. 891
10-21-00
10. 877
11-7-87
9-21-96
Opponent
Rochester
at Holy Cross
Dickinson
Catholic
at Richmond
at Lehigh
at Catholic
at Cornell
at Franklin & Marshall
at Ursinus
at St. Francis (Pa.)
Union
Opponent
Marist
at St. Peter’s
St. Peter’s
at St. Peter’s
Catholic
Johns Hopkins
at St. Peter’s
at Franklin & Marshall
at Davidson
YardsDate
1. 438
11-7-92
2. 423
10-12-85
3. 389
10-27-01
4. 361
11-6-82
5. 349
9-1-07
6. 345
10-14-00
7. 341
10-2-82
8. 339
10-22-93
9. 326
11-22-03
10. 326
9-18-13
Opponent
at St. John’s
Fordham
at Marist
at St. John’s
at Stony Brook
at Duquesne
at Duquesne
at Johns Hopkins
at Bucknell
Princeton
FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED PASSING
Opponent
Washington & Lee
Dickinson
Rochester
Siena
at Dickinson
at Duquesne
St. Peter’s
at St. Francis (Pa.)
Franklin & Marshall
MOST YARDS ALLOWED PASSING
YardsDate
1. 527
10-26-91
2. 407
9-18-10
3. 405
11-21-09
4. 393
11-12-11
5. 391
10-5-02
6. 379
11-23-96
7. 368
9-29-01
368
11-18-00
9. 364
9-3-12
10. 361
9-20-08
Opponent
at Johns Hopkins
at Yale
Fordham
Lehigh
Fordham
Holy Cross
at Fordham
at Davidson
Davidson
at Yale
FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED
YardsDate
1. 12
10-5-96
2. 16
10-7-89
3. 25
11-11-95
4. 50
10-18-95
5. 66
10-18-97
6. 86
11-2-96
7. 92
10-13-79
8. 101
11-16-96
9. 102
9-22-79
10. 107
9-17-88
107
9-19-87
Opponent
Marist
at St. Peter’s
at St. Peter’s
at St. Peter’s
at Iona
Canisius
at Gallaudet
St. Peter’s
at St. Francis (Pa.)
St. Francis (Pa.)
at St. Francis (Pa.)
4.
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
9-28-96
10-7-89
11-11-95
11-4-95
10-12-91
10-6-90
10-21-89
9-17-88
9-19-87
10-15-83
9-22-79
at Siena
at St. Peter’s
at St. Peter’s
Siena
at St. Peter’s
St. Peter’s
at Johns Hopkins
St. Francis (Pa.)
at St. Francis (Pa.)
at St. Peter’s
at St. Francis (Pa.)
MOST FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED
1.
3.
4.
5.
7.
9.
1st Dns
33
33
32
31
30
30
29
29
28
28
28
Date
9-22-07
11-7-92
9-10-05
10-26-13
11-16-02
9-28-13
10-16-99
10-12-13
9-7-02
11-15-97
9-24-83
Opponent
at Holy Cross
St. John’s
at Holy Cross
Colgate
at Colgate
Princeton
Davidson
Fordham
at Lehigh
Fordham
at Dickinson
MOST POINTS ALLOWED
PointsDate
1. 69
9-7-02
2. 59
9-29-84
3. 57
10-15-05
57
10-20-12
5. 56
10-12-85
56
1984
7. 55
9-22-07
8. 53
1973
9. 50
1972
50
2013
Opponent
at Lehigh
at Franklin & Marshall
at Cornell
at Colgate.
Fordham
Catholic
at Holy Cross
Salisbury State
Randolph-Macon
Princeton
TOP TEAM DEFENSE PERFORMANCES
Largest Margin of Defeat – 69, at Lehigh (69-0),
2002.
Most Fumbles Recovered – 5, vs. Franklin &
Marshall, 1983; vs. St. Peter’s, 1972; vs.
Hartford, 1969.
Most Interceptions – 6, vs. St. Louis, 1971.
Most Turnovers Forced – 8, vs. Duquesne,
1997.
MOST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED
YardsDate
1. 688
11-7-92
2. 651
10-26-91
3. 614
9-22-07
4. 604
9-7-02
5. 576
11-23-96
6. 571
9-29-01
7. 569
11-9-07
8. 568
11-5-05
9. 557
10-26-13
10. 549
10-5-02
11 542
9-28-13
Opponent
St. John’s
at Johns Hopkins
at Holy Cross
at Lehigh
Holy Cross
at Fordham
Colgate
at Lehigh
Colgate
Fordham
Princeton
FEWEST FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED
1st Dns Date
1. 5
10-18-97
Opponent
at Iona
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INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS
TOTAL OFFENSE
SCORING
TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDAGE
TOTAL POINTS
Player (Year)
Yards
1. J.J. Mont (1998)
2,660
2. J.J. Mont (1999)
2,571
3. Dave Paulus (2000)
2,272
4. Matt Bassuener (2007) 2,182
5. Bill Ward (1997)
1,880
6. Sean Peterson (2001) 1,846
7. Andrew Crawford (2003)1,819
8. Aley Demarest (1992) 1,713
9. Matt Bassuener (2006) 1,671
10.Dave Paulus (2002)
1,535
TOTAL OFFENSE PER GAME
(min. 6 games)
Player (Year)
1. J.J. Mont (1998)
2. J.J. Mont (1999)
3. Aley Demarest (1992)
4. Dave Paulus (2000)
5. Matt Bassuener (2007)
6. Aley Demarest (1991)
7. Sean Peterson (2001)
8. Bob Sitz (1978)
9. Bill Ward (1997)
10.Isaiah Kempf (2011)
241.8
233.7
214.1
206.5
198.4
190.6
184.6
177.3
170.9
170.1
Player (Year)
1. Luke McArdle (2003)
2. Kenny Mitchell (2006)
3. Luke McArdle (2002)
4. Luke McArdle (2001)
5. Chris Murphy (1991)
6. Kim Sarin (2004)
7. Steve Iorio (1994)
8. Ed Trujillo (1982)
9. Gharun Hester (2000)
10.Steve Iorio (1997)
Yards
2,031
1,340
1,307
1,260
1,234
1,151
1,143
1,125
1,107
1,100
OTHER TOP PERFORMANCES
Plays – 420, J.J. Mont, 1998.
Rob Belli (1999)
John Burke (1974)
Andy Murray (1978)
Gharun Hester (2000)
Brett Weiss (2011)
Luke McArdle (2003)
Gharun Hester (1999)
Chris Murphy (1992)
Gharun Hester (1998)
Dean Lowry (1987)
Player (Year)
1. Rob Belli (1999)
2. John Burke (1974)
3. Gharun Hester (2000)
Andy Murray (1978)
5. Luke McArdle (2003)
Gharun Hester (1999)
Chris Murphy (1992)
8. Gharun Hester (1998)
Dean Lowry (1987)
10.Steve Iorio (1994)
108
90
86
84
79
78
78
78
72
72
TDs
18
15
14
14
13
13
13
12
12
11
FIELD GOALS MADE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
9.
Player (Year)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
8.
9.
FGs
Brett Weiss (2011)
16
Paul Wiorowski (1999) 12
Tom Timperman (1989) 11
Peter Carbonara (1997) 10
Marc Samuel (2001)
9
Anthony DeGuzman (1991) 9
Michael Gillman (2004) 8
Anthony DeGuzman (1992) 8
Brett Weiss (2011)
7
Cameron Keeler (1996) 7
Brendan Gaughan (1993) 7
Anthony DeGuzman (1990) 7
Tom Timperman (1987) 7
Erich Beringer (1983)
7
Jim Corcoran (1980)
7
PATS (KICK)
Luke McArdle had 2,301 all
purpose yards in 2003.
Points
TOUCHDOWNS
Yards
ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
9.
Player (Year)
Player (Year)
PASSING EFFICIENCY
PASSING
PASSING ATTEMPTS
Paul Wiorowski (1999) 43
Marc Samuel (2000)
32
Brett Weiss (2011)
31
Peter Carbonara (1997) 27
George Gummere (1998)26
Anthony DeGuzman (1991)26
Matt MacZura (2013)
25
Michael Gillman (2003) 24
Ed Delgado (1975)
23
Brett Weiss (2010)
23
Matt MacZura (2012)
23
Att.
Player (Year)
Rating
1. J.J. Mont (1998)
367
2. Matt Bassuener (2007) 316
3. Sean Peterson (2001) 309
Bill Ward (1997)
309
5. J.J. Mont (1999)
298
6. Bill Ring (1993)
289
7. Aley Demarest (1992) 276
8. David Paulus (2000)
273
9. Andrew Crawford (2003)267
10.Scott Darby (2010)
259
11. Isaiah Kempf (2009)
256
1. Dave Paulus (2002)
151.6
2. Matt Bassuener (2006) 139.6
J.J. Mont (1999)
139.6
4. Dave Paulus (2000)
133.1
5. Alondzo Turner (2003) 132.3
6. J.J. Mont (1998)
127.1
7. Scott Darby (2011)
126.9
8. Andrew Crawford (2003)125.5
9. Aley Demarest (1991) 122.9
10.Bill Ward (1997)
121.9
11. Sean Peterson (2001) 121.3
PASSING COMPLETIONS
INTERCEPTIONS
Player (Year)
Comp.
1. Matt Bassuener (2007) 211
2. J.J. Mont (1998)
191
3. Sean Peterson (2001) 181
4. Bill Ward (1997)
161
5. Dave Paulus (2000)
154
J.J. Mont (1999)
154
7. Matt Bassuener (2006) 144
8. Andrew Crawford (2003)143
9. Scott Darby (2010)
141
10.Aley Demarest (1992) 140
11. Isaiah Kempf (2009)
129
PASSING YARDAGE
Player (Year)
Yards
1. J.J. Mont (1998)
2,712
2. J.J. Mont (1999)
2,424
3. Dave Paulus (2000)
2,147
4. Bill Ward (1997)
2,081
5. Sean Peterson (2001) 2,004
6. Andrew Crawford (2003)1,967
7. Matt Bassuener (2007) 1,874
8. Aley Demarest (1992) 1,829
9. Aley Demarest (1991) 1,650
10.Dave Paulus (2002)
1,438
COMPLETION PERCENTAGE
(six games/100 att.)
PATs
(1985-present)
Player (Year)
Player (Year)
1. Matt Bassuener (2006)
2. Matt Bassuener (2007)
3. Bob Sitz (1978)
4. Sean Peterson (2001)
5. Kyle Nolan (2013)
6. Isaiah Kempf (2013)
7. Dave Paulus (2002)
8. Isaiah Kempf (2011)
9. Dave Paulus (2000)
10.Scott Darby (2010)
Pct.
.689
.668
.625
.612
.605
.571
.558
.547
.546
.544
TOUCHDOWN PASSES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Player (Year)
TDs
J.J. Mont (1998)
26
J.J. Mont (1999)
25
Dave Paulus (2000)
20
Bill Ward (1997)
19
Aley Demarest (1992) 18
Dave Paulus (2002)
17
Andrew Crawford (2003) 16
Matt Bassuener (2006) 15
Sean Peterson (2001) 12
Matt Zebrowski (1988) 12
Aley Demarest (1991) 12
1.
2.
3.
6.
7.
9.
Player (Year)
Int.
J.J. Mont (1998)
19
Mike Boland (1981)
18
Dave Paulus (2000)
16
D.J. Patenaude (1984) 16
Mike Boland (1982)
16
Bill Jenkinson (1991)
15
Bill Ward (1995)
14
Tom Gargan (1975)
14
Andrew Crawford (2003) 13
Craig DeGruchy (1989) 13
RUSHING
RUSHING ATTEMPTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Player (Year)
Att.
J.J. Williams (1989)
Kim Sarin (2004)
Steve Iorio (1997)
Rob Belli (1999)
Steve Iorio (1994)
Steve Iorio (1996)
Jim Boland (1977)
Steve Iorio (1995)
Marcus Slayton (2005)
Marcus Slayton (2003)
Rob Belli (1998)
Dean Lowry (1987)
213
207
194
192
178
172
165
160
160
152
152
152
RUSHING YARDAGE
Player (Year)
1. Kim Sarin (2004)
2. Steve Iorio (1997)
3. Dean Lowry (1987)
4. Steve Iorio (1996)
5. John Burke (1974)
6. Steve Iorio (1994)
7. Rob Belli (1999)
8. Joe Todisco (1995)
9. J.J. Williams (1989)
10.Dean Lowry (1986)
Yards
1,051
901
900
890
858
854
826
764
736
735
AVERAGE PER CARRY
(minimum 65 carries)
1.
2.
3.
5.
7.
9.
Player (Year)
John Burke (1974)
Terry McGovern (1971)
John Sims (2003)
Dean Lowry (1986)
Andy Blood (1977)
Ralph Edwards (1972)
Joe Todisco (1996)
Dave Druskin (1975)
Dean Lowry (1987)
Ralph Edwards (1971)
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
Avg.
9.1
6.6
6.5
6.5
6.2
6.2
6.0
6.0
5.9
5.9
48
INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS
RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
8.
Player (Year)
Rob Belli (1999)
John Burke (1974)
Andy Murray (1978)
Dean Lowry (1987)
Steve Iorio (1994)
John Dwyer (1970)
Terry McGovern (1971)
J.J. Williams (1989)
Ralph Edwards (1972)
Nick Campanella (2011)
TDs
17
14
12
10
9
9
9
8
8
8
RECEIVING
RECEPTIONS
Player (Year)
Rec.
1. Chris Murphy (1992)
2. Chris Murphy (1991)
3. Luke McArdle (2003)
4. Zack Wilke (2013)
5. Gharun Hester (1998)
6. Robert Lane (2009)
7. Kevin Macari (2012)
8. Chris Murphy (1990)
9. Brent Craft (2006)
Gharun Hester (1999)
11. Luke McArdle (2002)
Matt Mattimore (1998)
74
72
63
59
57
55
50
49
48
48
47
47
RECEIVING YARDAGE
Player (Year)
1. Luke McArdle (2003)
2. Gharun Hester (1999)
3. Gharun Hester (2000)
4. Chris Murphy (1991)
5. Chris Murphy (1992)
6. Gharun Hester (1998)
7. Matt Mattimore (1998)
8. Luke McArdle (2002)
9. Rob Rosenthal (1997)
10.Chris Murphy (1990)
Yards
1,118
1,073
1,071
1,034
904
921
804
802
749
719
TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS
1.
2.
4.
6.
8.
Player (Year)
TDs
Gharun Hester (2000) 14
Gharun Hester (1999) 13
Chris Murphy (1992)
13
Luke McArdle (2003)
12
Gharun Hester (1998) 12
Chris Murphy (1991)
7
David Casares (1990)
7
Max Waizenegger (2011) 6
Luke McArdle (2002)
6
Matt Mattimore (1998)
6
Nate Simms (1983)
6
Clayton Wagner (1978) 6
Kevin Macari (2012)
6
YARDS PER CATCH
(minimum 20 catches)
Player (Year)
Avg.
1. Gharun Hester (2000) 23.8
2. Nate Simms (1983)
22.9
3. Gharun Hester (1999) 22.4
4. Nick Colmenares (1984)20.4
5. Vince Bogdanski (1971) 19.4
6. Clayton Wagner (1976) 19.0
7. David Casares (1990) 17.9
8. Luke McArdle (2003) 17.7
9. Rob Rosenthal (1997) 17.4
10.Janeiro Wooten (2004) 17.1
Luke McArdle (2002) 17.1
Matt Mattimore (1998) 17.1
SPECIAL TEAMS
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
Player (Year)
FGs Att.
1. Brett Weiss (2011)
22
2. Marc Samuel (2001)
18
3. Tom Timperman (1989) 17
4. Michael Gillman (2003) 16
Anthony DeGuzman (1992)16
6. Peter Carbonara (1997) 15
Cameron Keeler (1996) 15
Anthony DeGuzman (1991)15
Tom Timperman (1987) 15
10.Erich Beringer (1983)
14
Erich Beringer (1982)
14
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE*
(min. five attempts)
Player (Year)
Pct.
1. Marc Samuel (2000) .750 (6-8)
Matt MacZura (2013) .750 (6-8)
3. Brett Weiss (2011) .727 (16-22)
4. M. Gillman (2002)
.667 (4-6)
P. Carbonara (1997) .667 (10-15)
Jim Corcoran (1978) .667 (4-6)
7. T. Timperman (1989) .647 (11-17)
8. Jim Corcoran (1980) .636 (7-11)
9. Ted Kallina (1986)
.625 (5-8)
Ed Delgado (1975)
.625 (5-8)
11. M. Gillman (2004)
.615 (8-13)
*excluding 1987
PAT (KICK) ATTEMPTS
Player (Year)
PUNTING AVERAGE
Player (Year)
1. Harry McCollum (2014)
2. Dave Paulus (2002)
3. Charlie Turner (1996)
4. Matt MacZura (2013)
5. Dave Paulus (2000)
6. D.J. Patenaude (1982)
7. Chris MacGriff (2006)
8. Dave Paulus (2001)
Joe Piscatella (1992)
10.Charlie Turner (1997)
11. Charlie Turner (1998)
Avg.
42.7
40.7
38.7
38.6
37.6
37.5
37.3
37.2
37.2
37.1
36.9
NUMBER OF PUNTS
1.
2.
4.
Player (Year)
Punts
Tom Timperman (1989) 75
Joe Piscatella (1993)
73
Anthony DeGuzman (1990)73
Matt MacZura (2010)
72
72
69
68
67
65
64
PUNTING YARDS
Player (Year)
Yards
1. Joe Piscatella (1993) 2,688
2. A. DeGuzman (1990) 2,647
3. Matt MacZura (2013) 2,624
4. Tom Timperman (1989) 2,618
5. Matt MacZura (2012) 2.608
6. Matt MacZura (2010) 2,563
7 Joe Piscatella (1994) 2,498
8. Dave Paulus (2001)
2,419
9. Brad Scoffern (2005) 2,400
10.Dave Paulus (2002)
2,399
PUNT RETURNS
1.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Player (Year)
Punt Returns
Luke McArdle (2003)
Chris Sapienza (1995)
Matt McLaughlin (1989)
Luke McArdle (2002)
Luke McArdle (2001)
Chris Fazio (1993)
Stewart Muller (1988)
Chris Jordan (1998)
Chris Jordan (1996)
Chris Sapienza (1994)
John Dwyer (1970)
38
38
32
27
25
24
23
22
21
21
21
PUNT RETURN YARDAGE
PAT Att.
1. Paul Wiorowski (1999) 48
2. Marc Samuel (2000)
34
Brett Weiss (2011)
34
4. Peter Carbonara (1997) 31
5. Michael Gillman (2003) 29
George Gummere (1998)29
7. Anthony DeGuzman (1991)27
8. Matt MacZura (2013)
26
9. Jim Corcoran (1978)
25
Ed Delgado (1975)
25
Brett Weiss (2010)
25
12.Anthony DeGuzman (1990)24
13.Brendan Gaughan (1994)22
Anthony DeGuzman (1992)22
Matt MacZura (2012)
6. Joe Piscatella (1994)
7. Matt MacZura (2013)
8. Brad Scoffern (2005)
9. Dave Paulus (2001)
10.Brian Josephs (2009)
Player (Year)
1. Luke McArdle (2003)
2. Chris Sapienza (1995)
3. Matt McLaughlin (1989)
4. Jim Corcoran (1980)
5. Luke McArdle (2002)
6. Kevin Macari (2012)
7. Stewart Muller (1988)
8. Chris Jordan (1996)
9. Luke McArdle (2001)
10.Kevin Macari (2011)
Yards
506
269
264
258
245
207
204
202
200
184
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE
(min. 10 returns)
Player (Year)
1. Kevin Macari (2011)
2. Luke McArdle (2003)
3. Ed Trujillo (1982)
4. Kevin Macari (2012)
5. Alex Poulos (1983)
6. Ben Henckel (1986)
Jim Corcoran (1980)
8. Juan Barrowes (1990)
Jim Corcoran (1978)
10.Chris Jordan (1996)
Avg.
15.3
13.3
12.0
11.5
11.2
10.6
10.6
9.8
9.8
9.6
KICKOFF RETURNS
Player (Year)
Ret.
1. Kenny Mitchell (2006)
2. Kenny Mitchell (2007)
3. Kenny Mitchell (2008)
4. Jeremy Moore (2012)
5. Danny Wright (2014)
6. Kim Sarin (2002)
7. Luke McArdle (2001)
8. Ed Trujillo (1982)
Jeremy Moore (2010)
10.Jeremy Moore (2011)
11. Luke McArdle (2003)
Peter Clays (1984)
41
36
34
31
30
29
25
23
23
20
18
18
KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE
Player (Year)
Yards
1. Kenny Mitchell (2006) 1,075
2. Kenny Mitchell (2007) 697
3. Danny Wright (2014) 692
4. Kenny Mitchell (2008) 688
5. Jeremy Moore (2010) 618
6. Jeremy Moore (2011)
584
7. Jeremy Moore (2012) 557
8. Kim Sarin (2002)
550
9. Luke McArdle (2001)
544
10.Alex Poulos (1993)
445
11. Ed Trujillo (1982)
438
KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE
(min. 10 returns)
Player (Year)
Avg.
1. Jeremy Moore (2011) 29.2
2. Dean Lowry (1986)
27.6
3. Jeremy Moore (2010) 26.9
4. Luke McArdle (2002) 26.5
Jim Corcoran (1979)
26.5
6. Kenny Mitchell (2006) 26.2
Alex Poulos (1983)
26.2
8. Anthony Bartolomeo (1998)24.2
9. Danny Wright (2014) 23.1
9. Paul Belkin (1993)
22.9
10.Luke McArdle (2003) 22.6
11. Rick Joyce (1971)
22.1
KICKOFF RETURN TDS
1.
Player (Year)
Jasper Ihezie (2004)
Luke McArdle (2002)
Peter Clays (1984)
Alex Poulos (1983)
Ed Trujillo (1982)
Jim Corcoran (1979)
Ottaway Talley (1978)
Bill Brugger (1971)
Jeremy Moore (2010)
TDs
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PUNT RETURN TDS
1.
Player (Year)
Kevin Macari (2012)
Steve Duggan (1999)
Brian Dwyer (1997)
Chris Jordan (1996)
Jim Gallagher (1996)
Jim Corcoran (1980)
Jim Corcoran (1979)
Sam Daniel (1971)
John Dwyer (1970)
TDs
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
49
INDIVIDUAL/TEAM SEASON RECORDS
INTERCEPTION YARDS
DEFENSE
TOTAL TACKLES
Player (Year)
Tackles
1. Robert McCabe (2012)
2. Robert McCabe (2011)
3. Andrew Clarke (2002)
4. Nick Parrish (2009)
5. Tim McAneney (1990)
6. Mike Thornton (1970)
7. Nick Alfieri (2014)
8. John Kuhns (1970)
9. Mike Lynn (1997)
Dustin Wharton (2012)
11. Mehdi Hassan (2004)
12.Tom Wonica (1994)
Dustin Wharton (2011)
159
134
119
110
109
107
106
105
104
104
102
101
101
SACKS
Player (Year)
Sacks
1. Janne Kouri (1996)
16
2.. Alec May (2014)
15.5
3. Andrew Schaetzke (2011) 13
4. Nabil Al-Sabih (1990)
12
5. Tony Zaslav (1991)
11.5
6. Tony Zaslav (1990)
11
7. Alex Buzbee (2004)
10.5
Michael Ononibaku (2004)10.5
9. Janne Kouri (1995)
10
10.Raja Mohi-uh-din (1991) 9.5
11. Andrew Schaetzke (2010) 9
12.Michael Ononibaku (2003) 8
Player (Year)
1. Reid Ruberti (1997)
2. Jeremy Moore (2011)
3. Jeremy Moore (2012)
3. Nick Parrish (2008)
Sean Green (1987)
5. Jim Corcoran (1979)
6. Jim Chesley (1973)
7. Bill Sherry (1974)
8. Jim Bolger (1990)
Robert McCabe (2011)
9. Matt Barbiasz (2004)
10.Brian Buniva (1970)
11. Adam Banks (2002)
Yards
196
178
133
126
126
119
116
105
104
104
99
86
85
INTERCEPTIONS FOR TDS
1.
2.
Player (Year)
Nick Parrish (2008)
Adam Banks (2002)
Jeremy Moore (2012)
24 players tied
TDs
2
2
2
1
OTHER TOP PERFORMANCES
Int. Return Average (min. 4) –
44.5, Jeremy Moore, 2011.
Fumble Recoveries – 5,
Jim Corcoran, 1981.
INTERCEPTIONS
1.
2.
3.
9.
Player (Year)
Jim Corcoran (1979)
Mike Djavaherian (1981)
Jim Gallagher (1999)
Reid Ruberti (1997)
Jim Bolger (1991)
Jim Bolger (1990)
Mike Sotirhos (1988)
Bill Sherry (1974)
five players tied
Int.
9
8
7
7
7
7
7
7
6
TEAM OFFENSE
RUSHING
Attempts – 492 (12 games), 2003
Yards – 2,229 (10 games), 1996
Yards Per Rush – 5.7 (371-2,133), 1974
Yards Per Game – 266.6 (8 games), 1974
Touchdowns – 28 (8 games), 1974
PASSING
Attempts – 428, 1991
Completions – 217, 1991
Yards – 2,868, 1991
Yards Per Game – 286.8, 1991
Percentage – .667 (214-321), 2007
Touchdowns – 27 (11 games), 1998
TOTAL OFFENSE
Plays – 803, 1998
Yards – 4,203 (11 games), 1999
Yards Per Game – 411.1 (10 games), 1996
First Downs – 221 (11 games), 1998
Most Points – 364 (11 games), 1999
Most Points Per Game – 36.5 (8 games), 1978
Most Touchdowns – 51 (11 games), 1999
TEAM DEFENSE
RUSHING
Fewest Yards Allowed – 532, 1996
Fewest Yards Allowed Per Game – 53.2, 1996
Fewest Yards Allowed Per Attempt – 1.6, 1996
Fewest Touchdowns – 3 (8 games), 1981; 1970
TOTAL DEFENSE
Fewest Plays Allowed – 427 (8 games), 1981
Fewest Yards Allowed – 1,718 (8 games), 1974
Fewest Yards Allowed Per Game – 216.4, 1995
Fewest First Downs – 95 (8 games), 1975
Most Fumbles Recovered – 16 (8 games), 1971
Fewest Points Allowed – 94 (8 games), 1979; 1974
Fewest Points Allowed Per Game – 11, 1995
Fewest Touchdowns – 13 (8 games), 1979
Most Shutouts – 2, 1998; 1997; 1996; 1987
MISCELLANEOUS
Most Wins in a Season – 9, 1998; 1999
Most Losses in a Season – 11, 2009
Least Wins in a Season – 0, 2009
Least Losses in a Season – 1, 1978
Best Won-Lost Percentage – .875, 1978
Longest Winning Streak – 7, 1998; 1997; 1995-96;
1987-88
Longest Unbeaten Streak – 7, 1998; 1997; 1995-96;
1987-88
Most Points, Both Teams – 113 vs. Butler, 2000
SPECIAL TEAMS
PUNTING
Average (min. 30 punts) – 41.2, 2007
Punts – 78 (11 games), 2005
Yards – 2,775 (11 games), 2005
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
50
INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS
PASSING
RUSHING ATTEMPTS
PASSING ATTEMPTS
Player (Years)
Attempts
1. Steve Iorio (94-97)
704
2. Dean Lowry (85-88)
481
3. Joe Todisco (94-97)
466
4. John Federico (78-81) 402
5. Nick Campanella (‘10-13.)373
6. Marcus Slayton (02-05) 372
7. Andy Murray (75-78)
345
8. Rob Belli (98-99)
344
9. Rob Sgarlata (90-93)
313
10.Matt Zebrowski (85-88) 289
11. Steve Scheuerle (76-79) 288
RUSHING YARDAGE
Player (Years)
1. Steve Iorio (94-97)
3,243
2. Dean Lowry (85-88) 2,619
3. Joe Todisco (94-97) 2,340
4. Andy Murray (75-78) 1,718
5. Marcus Slayton (02-05)1,661
6. Nick Campanella (10-13) 1,543
7. Rob Belli (98-99)
1,526
8. John Federico (78-81) 1,499
9. Ralph Edwards (71-73)1,420
10.Kim Sarin (02-04)
1,416
RUSHING YARDS PER CARRY
(min. 200 carries)
Player (Years)
Avg.
1. Danny Lopez (72-75) 6.07
2. Ralph Edwards (71-73) 5.53
3. Dean Lowry (85-88)
5.44
4. Joe Todisco (94-97)
5.02
5. Kim Sarin (02-04)
4.99
6. Andy Murray (75-78)
4.98
7. Jo’el Kimpela (12-pres.)4.70
8. Steve Iorio (94-97)
4.61
9. Marcus Slayton (02-05) 4.47
10.Rob Belli (98-99)
4.44
RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
1.
3.
4.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Player (Years)
Steve Iorio (94-97)
Dean Lowry (85-88)
Rob Belli (98-99)
Andy Murray (75-78)
Nick Campanella (10-13)
John Burke (72-74)
Ralph Edwards (71-73)
Paul Uppole (91-93)
Joe Todisco (94-97)
Steve Scheuerle (76-79)
Danny Lopez (72-75)
TDs
26
26
23
21
21
18
17
16
13
13
13
RB Steve Iorio scored 26 rushing touchdowns
between 1994-97 to tie Hoya Hall of Famer
Dean Lowry for the school record.
Attempts
809
781
663
661
593
550
525
515
505
498
PASSING COMPLETIONS
Player (Years)
RECEIVING YARDAGE
1. Isaiah Kempf (2009-13)
2. J.J. Mont (96-99)
3. Bill Ward (94-97)
4. Matt Zebrowski (85-88)
5. Kyle Nolan (12-pres.)
6. Bill Ring (93-96)
7. Matt Bassuener (04-07
8. Mike Boland (80-83)
9. Aley Demarest (91-92)
10.Dave Paulus (99-02)
Yards
Player (Years)
ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE
RECEIVING
RUSHING
Completions
Player (Years)
Yards
1. Gharun Hester (97-00) 3,089
2. Chris Murphy (89-92) 2,817
3. Luke McArdle (00-03) 2,462
4. Rob Rosenthal (94-97) 2,000
5. Clayton Wagner (75-78)1,646
6. Steve Graham (70-74) 1,236
7. Matt Mattimore (96-98) 1,117
Maurice Amsellem (88-91)1,117
9. Ray Ficca (85-88)
1,063
10.Zack Wilke (2010-13) 1,060
PASS RECEPTIONS
Player (Years)
Receptions
1. Isaiah Kempf (09-13)
433
2. J.J. Mont (96-99)
403
3. Matt Bassuener (04-07) 355
4. Bill Ward (94-97)
353
5. Matt Zebrowski (85-88) 336
6. Kyle Nolan (12-pres.) 315
7. Dave Paulus (99-02)
276
8. Aley Demarest (91-92) 258
9. Andrew Crawford (02-04)246
10.Sean Peterson (98-01) 238
1. Chris Murphy (89-92)
205
2. Luke McArdle (00-03) 153
Gharun Hester (97-00) 153
4. Rob Rosenthal (94-97) 128
5. Clayton Wagner (75-78) 102
6. Zack Wilke (2010-13)
96
7. Steve Graham (70-74)
95
8. Trenton Hillier (99-02)
87
9. Maurice Amsellem (88-91)82
10.Ray Ficca (85-88)
79
PASSING YARDAGE
RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS
Player (Years)
Yards
1. J.J. Mont (96-99)
5,968
2. Bill Ward (94-97)
4,555
3. Isaiah Kempf (09-13) 4,354
4. Dave Paulus (99-02) 3,803
5. Matt Zebrowski (85-88)3,794
6. Aley Demarest (91-92) 3,479
7. Matt Bassuener (04-07)3,233
8. Andrew Crawford (02-04)3,221
9. Kyle Nolan (12-pres.) 3,157
10.Bob Sitz (75-78)
2,907
COMPLETION PERCENTAGE
(min. 250 attempts)
Player (Years)
1. Matt Bassuener (04-07)
Pct.
.676
Player (Years)
TDs
1. Gharun Hester (97-00)
39
2. Chris Murphy (89-92)
26
3. Luke McArdle (00-03)
22
4. Rob Rosenthal (94-97) 14
5. Clayton Wagner (75-78) 12
6. Ray Ficca (85-88)
9
Kevin Macari (11-12)
9
8. Matt Mattimore (96-98)
8
Max Waizenegger (09-12) 8
10.Walter Bowser (00-03)
7
Aaron Brown (98-01)
7
Maurice Amsellem (88-91) 7
YARDS PER RECEPTION
Player (Years)
Avg.
2. Dave Paulus (99-02)
.554
3. Sean Peterson (98-01) .551
4. Bob Sitz (75-78)
.542
5. Isaiah Kempf (09-13) .535
6. Bill Ward (94-97)
.532
7. Kyle Nolan (12-pres.) .531
8. Andrew Crawford (02-04).526
9. J.J. Mont (96-99)
.516
10.Aley DeMarest (91-92) .511
11. Matt Zebrowski (85-88) .508
1. Nate Simms (80-83)
22.2
2. Gharun Hester (97-00) 20.2
3. Vince Bogdanski (70-71)18.0
4. Matt Mattimore (96-98) 17.7
5. Luke McArdle (00-03) 16.1
Clayton Wagner (75-78) 16.1
7. Paul Kuhns (72-75)
15.7
8. Rob Rosenthal (94-97) 15.6
Dave Casares (87-90) 15.6
10.Janeiro Wooten (01-04) 15.5
PASSING TOUCHDOWNS
TOTAL OFFENSE
TOTAL OFFENSE
Player (Years)
TDs
1. J.J. Mont (96-99)
2. Bill Ward (94-97)
3. Dave Paulus (99-02)
4. Aley Demarest (91-92)
5. Matt Zebrowski (85-88)
6. Matt Bassuener (04-07)
7. Bob Sitz (75-78)
8. Andrew Crawford (02-04)
Tom Gargan (72-75)
. Isaiah Kempf (2009-13)
10.Mike Boland (80-83)
56
44
38
30
28
23
22
21
21
21
19
Player (Years)
1. J.J. Mont (96-99)
6,141
2. Isaiah Kempf (09-13) 4,597
3. Bill Ward (94-97)
4,199
4. Dave Paulus (99-02) 4,152
5. Matt Bassuener (04-07)3,853
6. Matt Zebrowski (85-88)3,782
7. Bob Sitz (75-78)
3,345
8. Andrew Crawford (02-04)3,296
9. Steve Iorio (94-97)
3,243
10.Aley Demarest (91-92) 3,238
Yardage
SCORING
SCORING
Player (Years)
Points
1. Gharun Hester (97-00) 234
2. Steve Iorio (94-97)
186
Dean Lowry (85-88)
186
4. Chris Murphy (89-92)
166
5. Andy Murray (75-78)
148
6. Nick Campanella (10-13)146
7. Luke McArdle (00-03) 144
Rob Belli (98-99)
144
9. Anthony DeGuzman (89-92)142
10.Jim Corcoran (78-81)
136
TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS
Player (Years)
TDs
1. Gharun Hester (97-00)
2. Dean Lowry (85-88)
3. Steve Iorio (94-97)
4. Chris Murphy (89-92)
5. Luke McArdle (00-03)
Rob Belli (98-99)
Andy Murray (75-78)
. Nick Campanella (10-13)
9. John Burke (72-74)
10.Joe Todisco (94-97)
Ralph Edwards (71-73)
39
33
31
27
24
24
24
24
21
18
18
FIELD GOALS
Player (Years)
FGs
1. Anthony DeGuzman (89-92)24
2. Brett Weiss (2010-11)
23
Jim Corcoran (78-81)
23
4. Tom Timperman (’89)
22
5. Michael Gillman (02-04) 18
6. Matt MacZura (2010-13) 16
7. Marc Samuel (00-01)
15
8. Ed Delgado (’77)
14
9. Erich Beringer (’83)
13
10.Paul Wiorowski (’99)
10
Peter Carbonara (’97)
10
EXTRA POINTS MADE (KICK)
Yards
Player (Years)
1. Luke McArdle (00-03) 4,629
2. Steve Iorio (94-97)
3,967
3. Kenny Mitchel (05-08) 3,581
4. Dean Lowry (85-88) 3,471
5. Chris Murphy (89-92) 3,155
6. Gharun Hester (97-00) 3,121
7. Joe Todisco (94-97) 2,806
8. Rob Rosenthal (94-97) 2,613
9. Kim Sarin (02-04)
2,306
10.Danny Lopez (72-75) 2,266
Player (Years)
PATs
1. Anthony DeGuzman (89-92)70
2. Ed Delgado (’77)
62
3. Paul Wiorowski (’99)
58
4. Brett Weiss (10-11)
54
5. Marc Samuel (00-01)
49
6. Matt MacZura (10-13)
48
7. Michael Gillman (02-04) 47
8. Jim Corcoran (’81)
43
9. Brendan Gaughan (’94) 39
10.Skip Sawch (70-73)
36
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
51
INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS
SPECIAL TEAMS
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
Player (Years)
FGA
1. Anthony DeGuzman (89-92)43
2. Tom Timperman (86-89) 39
3. Jim Corcoran (78-81)
38
4. Michael Gillman (02-04) 35
5. Brett Weiss (2010-11)
32
6. Marc Samuel (00-01)
26
Erich Beringer (’83)
26
Ed Delgado (’77)
26
Matt MacZura (10-13)
25
10.Brendan Gaughan (’94) 22
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
(min. 15 attempts)
PUNTING YARDAGE
KICKOFF RETURNS
Player (Years)
Yds.
1. Matt MacZura (10-13.) 9,710
2. Dave Paulus (99-02) 8,762
3. Joe Piscatella (91-94) 6,973
4. Charlie Turner (95-98) 5,884
5. D.J. Patenaude (81-84)5,471
6. A. DeGuzman (89-92) 4,825
7. Brad Scoffern (04-05) 4,602
8. Tom Timperman (86-89)4,114
9. Chris MacGriff (04-07) 3,479
10.James Quick (86-87) 3,009
PUNTING AVERAGE
1. Brett Weiss (2010-11) (23-32) .719
2. P. Carbonara (’97) (10-15) .667
3. Eric Bjonerud (04-07)(13-20) .650
4. Matt MacZura (10-13) (16-25) .640
5. J. Corcoran (78-81)(23-38) .605
6. M. Samuel (00-01) (15-26) .577
7. T. Timperman (86-89)(22-39) .564
8. A. DeGuzman (89-92)(24-43) .558
9. Paul Wiorowski (’99)(10-18) .556
10. Ed Delgado (’77) (14-26) .538
EXTRA POINT ATTEMPTS
PUNT RETURNS
Player (Years)
Pct.
(1973-present)
Player (Years)
Att.
1. Anthony DeGuzman (89-92)77
2. Ed Delgado (’77)
70
3. Paul Wiorowski (’99)
68
4. Brett Weiss (2010-11)
59
5. Michael Gillman (02-04) 56
6. Marc Samuel (00-01)
51
7. Jim Corcoran (78-81)
50
Matt MacZura (2010-13) 50
9. Eric Bjonerud (04-07)
44
10.Tom Timperman (86-89) 42
EXTRA POINT PERCENTAGE
(1973-present, min. 25 attempts)
Player (Years)
Pct.
1. B. Gaughan (’94) (39-40) .975
2. Andy Taylor (’96) (29-30) .967
3. Marc Samuel (00-01)(49-51) .961
4. Matt MacZura (2010-13) (48-50).960
5. E. Bjonerud (04-07) (41-44) .932
6. Brett Weiss (2010-11)(54-59) .915
7. A. DeGuzman (89-92)(70-77) .909
8. G.Gummere (’01) (26-29) .897
9. Ed Delgado (’77) (62-70) .886
10. Erich Beringer (’83)(22-25) .880
PUNTS
Player (Years)
Punts
1. Matt MacZura (2010-) 267
2. Dave Paulus (99-02)
230
3. Joe Piscatelli (91-94)
190
4. Charlie Turner (95-98) 157
5. D.J. Patenaude (81-84) 155
6. Brad Scoffern (04-05) 138
7. Anthony DeGuzman (89-92)134
8. Tom Timperman (86-89) 119
9. James Quick (86-87)
99
10.Chris MacGriff (04-07)
87
Player (Years)
Player (Years)
Returns
1. Kenny Mitchell (05-08) 137
2. Jeremy Moore (09-12)
77
3. Luke McArdle (00-03)
53
4. Juan Barrowes (’92)
44
5. Jim Corcoran (78-81)
40
6. Peter Clays (84-87)
34
7. Mike Turnamian (’00)
32
Dean Lowry (85-88)
32
Danny Lopez (72-75)
32
10.Rob Rosenthal (94-97) 31
KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE
(min. 40 punts)
Player (Years)
Avg.
1. Harry McCollum (13-pres.) 41.3
1. Chris MacGriff (04-07) 40.0
2. Dave Paulus (99-02)
38.1
3. Charlie Turner (95-98) 37.5
4. Joe Piscatella (91-94) 36.7
5. M. MacZura (10-13)
36.4
6. Brad Scoffern (04-05) 36.1
7. A. DeGuzman (89-92) 36.0
8. D.J. Patenaude (81-84) 35.3
9. John Lachman (70-71) 34.9
10.Tom Timperman (86-89) 34.6
1. Luke McArdle (00-03)
2. Chris Sapienza (’95)
3. Chris Jordan (’99)
4. Jim Corcoran (78-81)
5. Brian Tandy (03-06)
6. Stewart Muller (’88)
7. Mark North (’87)
8. Bill Sherry (’74)
9. Juan Barrowes (’92)
10.Alex Poulos (’83)
90
74
72
69
45
41
38
36
34
33
Yards
KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE
(min. 20 returns)
Returns
Player (Years)
1. Kenny Mitchell (05-08) 2,771
2. Jeremy Moore (09-12) 1,804
3. Luke McArdle (00-03) 1,216
4. Jim Corcoran (78-81)
869
5. Juan Barrowes (’92)
815
6. Peter Clays (84-87)
701
7. Danny Wright (11-pres.)692
8. Kim Sarin (02-04)
671
9. Mike Turnamian (’00)
646
10.Dean Lowry (85-88)
619
Player (Years)
Avg.
1. Jeremy Moore (09-12) 23.4
2. Danny Wright (11-pres.)23.1
3. Luke McArdle (00-03) 22.9
4. Jim Corcoran (78-81) 21.8
5. Ottaway Talley (’78)
21.0
6. Peter Clays (84-87)
20.6
7. Mike Turnamian (’00) 20.2
Kenny Mitchell (05-08) 20.2
9. Kim Sarin (02-04)
19.7
10.Dean Lowry (85-88)
19.3
PUNT RETURN YARDAGE
Player (Years)
1. Luke McArdle (00-03)
2. Jim Corcoran (78-81)
3. Chris Sapienza (’95)
4. Chris Jordan (’99)
5. Kevin Macari (11-12)
6. Stewart Muller (’88)
7. Brian Tandy (03-06)
8. Alex Poulos (’83)
9. Bill Sherry (’74)
10.Juan Barrowes (’92)
Yards
951
645
553
522
391
342
306
303
290
272
Player (Years)
(1981-present)
Player (Years)
Tackles
1. Robert McCabe (09-12) 407
2. Nick Parrish (07-10)
349
3. Nick Alfieri (‘11-pres.) 322
4 Dustin Wharton (2010-13) 280
5. Tom Wonica (93-95)
269
6. Jim Bolger (89-92)
261
7. Matt Fronczke (00-03) 243
8. Andrew Clarke (00-03) 236
9. Travis Mack (06-09)
233
10.Raja Mohi-ud-din (88-91)231
11 Jason Carter (02-05)
229
12.Michael Ononibaku (02-05)211
INTERCEPTIONS
1.
2.
3.
5.
8.
Player (Years)
INTs
Jim Corcoran (78-81)
Jim Bolger (89-92)
Jim Gallagher (96-99)
Bill Sherry (71-74)
Reid Ruberti (94-97)
Alex Poulos (80-83)
Jim Chesley (71-74)
Chris Johnston (92-95)
Stewart Muller (85-88)
Mike Djavaherian (78-81)
23
20
15
15
13
13
13
12
12
12
INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDAGE
Player (Years)
1. Jeremy Moore (09-12)
2. Jim Bolger (89-92)
3. Reid Ruberti (94-97)
4. Bill Sherry (71-74)
5. Jim Chesley (71-74)
6. Sean Green (87-89)
7. Jim Corcoran (78-81)
8. Jim Lachman (71-72)
9. Nick Parrish (07-pres.)
10.Jim Gallagher (96-99)
Yards
318
243
231
207
176
158
151
127
123
117
Player (Years)
Sacks
1. Janne Kouri (93-96)
31.5
2. Andrew Schaetzke (08-11)30.5
3. Michael Ononibaku (02-05)28
4. Alec May (11-pres.)
28
- Alex Buzbee (03-06)
27.5
6. Tony Zaslav (88-91)
23.5
7. Raja Mohi-ud-din (88-91)22.5
8. Nabil Al-Sabih (87-90)
22
9. Paul Miller (96-99)
16
10.Brett Davis (82-85)
15
(min. 20 returns)
1. Kevin Macari (11-12)
2. Luke McArdle (00-03)
3. Kim Sarin (02-04)
4. Jim Corcoran (78-81)
5. Alex Poulos (’83)
6. Stewart Muller (’88)
Matt McLaughlin (’89)
8. Danny Lopez (72-75)
9. Bill Sherry (’74)
10.Juan Barrowes (’92)
TACKLES
SACKS
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE
DEFENSE
Avg.
13.0
10.6
10.2
9.3
9.2
8.3
8.3
8.2
8.1
8.0
DE Michael Ononibaku had 28 sacks during
his time on the Hilltop from 2002 until 2005.
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
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POSTSEASON & LEAGUE AWARDS
ALL-PATRIOT LEAGUE
2013
Dustin Wharton, LB
Daniel Sprotte, TE
Nick Alfieri, LB
Jordan Richardson, DL
Alec May, DL
First Team
Second Team
Second Team
Second Team
Second Team
Robert McCabe, LB
Jeremy Moore, DB
Dustin Wharton, LB
Nick Campanella, RB
James Spaly, OL
Kevin Macari, WR/PR
First Team
First Team
First Team
Second Team
Second Team
Second Team
Andrew Schaetzke, DE
Jeremy Moore, DB/KR
Robert McCabe, LB
Jayah Kaisamba, DB
Nick Campanella, RB
Mike Roland, OL
Brett Weiss, PK
First Team
First Team
First Team
Second Team
Second Team
Second Team
Second Team
Andrew Schaetzke, DE
Jayah Kaisamba, CB
Nick Parrish, LB
Jeremy Moore, CB
First Team
First Team
Second Team
Second Team
Chudi Obianwu, DL
Second Team
Ataefiok Etukeren, DE
Travis Mack, DB
Second Team
Second Team
Kyle Van Fleet, FB
Second Team
Alex Buzbee, DE
Brian Tandy, DB
First Team
Second Team
Michael Ononibaku, DE
Maurice Banks, S
Alex Buzbee, DE
First Team
Second Team
Second Team
Michael Ononibaku, DE
Maurice Banks, S
Alex Buzbee, DE
First Team
Second Team
Second Team
Luke McArdle, WR
Matt Fronczke, S
Michael Ononibaku, DE
First Team
Second Team
Second Team
Dave Paulus, P
Second Team
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
PATRIOT LEAGUE ALL-ACADEMIC
2013
Alec May, DE
First Team
Donald Rhodes, OL
First Team
Jeremiah Kayal, WR
Wilburn Logan, RB
First Team
First Team
2012
2011
PATRIOT LEAGUE DEFENSIVE
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Robert McCabe, LB (2012)
Andrew Schaetzke, DE (2011)
PATRIOT LEAGUE ROOKIE OF
THE YEAR
Charlie Houghton, RB (2006)
PATRIOT LEAGUE COACH OF
THE YEAR
Kevin Kelly (2011)
PATRIOT LEAGUE PLAYERS OF
THE WEEK
2014
11/1
10/11
10/11
9/28
9/20
9/13
8/30
Nick Alfieri, LB
Jo’el Kimpela, RB
Alec May, DE
Alec May, DE
Alec May, DE
Nick Alfieri, LB
Alec May, DE
Defensive
Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention
Defefnsive
Honorable Mention
8/31
9/7
9/28
11/2
11/2
11/16
11/23
11/23
Dustin Wharton, LB
Isaiah Kempf, QB
Richard Shankle, DE
Daniel Sprotte, TE
Alec May, DE
Alec May, DE
Alec May, DE
Kyle Nolan, QB
Defensive
Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention
9/1
9/1
9/8
9/8
9/15
9/15
9/21
9/21
9/21
10/6
10/13
10/20
10/20
10/27
10/27
11/10
11/10
11/19
Robert McCabe, LB
Defensive
Nick Campanella, RB
Offensive
Robert McCabe, LB
Defensive
Matt MacZura, K/P
Honorable Mention
Jeremy Moore, DB
Defensive
Kevin Macari, PR
Special Teams
Matt MacZura, K/P
Special Teams
Dezmond Richardson, DE
Rookie
Dustin Wharton, LB
Honorable Mention
Robert McCabe, LB Honorable Mention
Jeremy Moore, CB
Defensive
Kyle Nolan, QB
Rookie
Kevin Macari, WR
Honorable Mention
Jo’el Kimpela, RB
Rookie
Stephen Atwater, S
Honorable Mention
Robert McCabe, LB
Defensive
Jo’el Kimpela, RB
Rookie
Dezmond Richardson, DE
Rookie
9/3
9/3
9/10
9/10
9/24
9/24
10/1
10/8
10/8
10/22
10/22
10/29
11/5
11/5
Jeremy Grasso, LB
Defensive
Kevin Macari, WR
Rookie
Matt MacZura, P
Special Teams
Max Waizenegger Honorable Mention
Scott Darby, QB
Offensive
Andrew Schaetzke, DE Honorable Mention
Jamal Davis, WR
Honorable Mention
Brett Weiss, PK
Special Teams
Robert McCabe, LB Honorable Mention
Robert McCabe, LB
Defensive
Brett Weiss, PK
Special Teams
Andrew Schaetzke, DE
Defensive
Brett Weiss, PK
Special Teams
Jeremy Moore, CB
Honorable Mention
9/13
9/13
9/20
9/20
9/27
9/27
10/25
11/1
Scott Darby, QB
Offensive
Andrew Schaetzke, DE Defensive
Keerome Lawrence, SlotOffensive
Jeremy Moore, KR Special Teams
Scott Darby, QB
Offensive
Matt MacZura, P
Rookie
Andrew Schaetzke, DEDefensive
Keerome Lawrence, KRSpecial Teams
2013
2012
2011
2010
11/1
11/22
11/22
Andrew Schaetzke, DE Honorable Mention
Dalen Claytor, RB
Rookie
Andrew Schaetzke, DEHonorable Mention
9/21
9/21
Isaiah Kempf, QB
Nick Parrish, LB
Rookie
Defensive
9/15
9/30
James Brady, QB
Nick Parrish, LB
Rookie
Defensive
10/1
10/16
10/24
Nick Parrish, LB
Rookie
Matt Bassuener, QB Offensive
Eric Bjonerud, K Special Teams
9/25
10/30
11/14
Matt Bassuener, QB Offensive
Charlie Hougton, RB
Rookie
Charlie Houghton, RB
Rookie
9/5
9/26
10/24
Eric Bjonerud, P/K Special Teams
Brad Scoffern, P/K Special Teams
Marcus Slayton, RB Offensive
10/4
9/6
9/6
Matt Barbiasz, DB
Rookie
Kim Sarin, RB
Offensive
Michael Gillman, K Special Teams
10/11
10/18
11/8
11/15
Alondzo Turner, QB
Alondzo Turner, QB
Alex Buzbee, DE
John Sims, RB
Rookie
Rookie
Rookie
Offensive
9/16
10/28
11/25
Kim Sarin, RB
Dave Paulus, QB
Rocco Milazotto, DB
Rookie
Offensive
Rookie
9/1
10/6
10/13
11/3
Craig Agnello, WR
Byron Anderson, DB
Kurt Bennett, WR
Andy McCoy, DL
Rookie
Rookie
Rookie
Rookie
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
NATIONAL PLAYERS OF THE
WEEK
2014
D1 FCS College Football Performance Weekly Honors
10/25
Matt Buckman, TE, Honorable Mention TE
10/11
Alec May, DE, Honorable Mention DL
9/23
Alec May, DE, Defensive Lineman of the Week
9/23
Harry McCollum, P, Punter of the Week
9/8
Harry McCollum, P, Punter HM
2013
D1 FCS College Football Performance Weekly Honors
10/12
Dan Sprotte, TE, Tight End
11/2
Dan Sprotte, TE, Tight End
11/2
Alec May, DE, Honorable Mention DE
2012
D1 FCS College Football Performance Weekly Honors
9/15
Jeremy Moore, CB, Defensive Back
9/15
Kevin Macari, PR, Punt Returner
10/13
Jeremy Moore, CB, Defensive Back
The Sports Network FCS PLAYER OF THE WEEK
10/13
Jeremy Moore, CB, Co-Defensive
2011
D1 FCS College Football Performance Weekly Honors
10/22
Jeremy Moore, CB, Defensive Back
2010
The Sports Network/Fathead.com FCS National Player of
the Week
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
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POSTSEASON & LEAGUE AWARDS
9/13
Andrew Schaetzke, DE Defensive
D1 FCS College Football Performance Weekly Honors
9/20
Jeremy Moore, KR Special Teams
ECAC FCS FOOTBALL HONORS
2012
ECAC Defensive Player of Year
Robert McCabe, LB
ECAC DIVISION I FCS ALL-LEAGUE TEAM
Robert McCabe, LB
First Team
Jeremy Moore, CB
First Team
ECAC DIVISION I FCS PLAYER OF THE WEEK
9/21
Matt MacZura, PK/PSpecial Teams
2011
ECAC Defensive Player of Year
Andrew Schaetzke, DE
ECAC DIVISION I FCS ALL-LEAGUE TEAM
Andrew Schaetzke, DE
First Team
2010
ECAC DIVISION I FCS PLAYER OF THE WEEK
9/24
Scott Darby, QB
Offensive
ECAC DIVISION I FCS ALL-LEAGUE TEAM
Jayah Kaisamba, CB
First Team
ALL-MAAC FOOTBALL LEAGUE
1999
J.J. Mont, QB
Jim Gallagher, DB
Gharun Hester, WR
Robert Quigley, OL
Kevin Merse, OL
Paul Miller, DL
Adam Krugman, LB
1998 Gharun Hester, WR
Skender Derit, OL
Scott Wolfe, OL
Mike Melchionda, LB
Anthony Bartolomeo, DB
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
Bill Ward, QB
Rob Rosenthal, WR
Steve Ozeranic
Skender Deti, OL
Robert Quigley, OL
Peter Carbonara, K
Mike Fioritto, DL
Mike Lynn, LB
Mike Halen, LB
Dennis Herminstyne, DB
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
Janne Kouri, DL
Sean Brady, OL
Don Garrett, OL
Dennis Herminstyne, DB
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
Tom Wonica, LB
Derek de Bakker, OL
Steve Ozeranic, OL
Janne Kouri, DL
Chris Johnson, DB
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
Steve Iorio, RB
Steve Collelo, OL
Murry Happer, OL
Tom Wonica, LB
Joe Piscatella, P
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
Murray Happer, DL
Dave Powilatis, DL
Tom Wonica, LB
Joe Eacobacci, DB
Chris Fazio, DB
Joe Piscatello, P First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
First Team
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
J.J. Mont, QB (1999)*
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE
YEAR
Jim Gallagher, DB (1999)
Janne Kouri, DL (1996)
Tom Wonica, LB (1995)
COACH OF THE YEAR
Bob Benson (1998)*
Bob Benson (1997)*
*co-recipient
ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS
2012 - Robert McCabe, LB, 1st Team (Consensus)
2011 - Andrew Schaetzke, DE, 1st Team
2005 - Michael Ononibaku, DE, 2nd Team
1999 - Jim Gallagher, DB, 3rd Team
1991 - Chris Murphy, WR, 1st Team (consensus)
1988 - Dean Lowry, RB, Honorable Mention
1987 - Jim Schwartz, DE, Honorable Mention
1986 - Andy Phelan, OG, Honorable Mention
1981 - Jim Corcoran, DB/PK, 1st Team
1980 - Jim Corcoran DB/PK, 1st Team
1974 - Bob Morris, DL, 1st Team (consensus)
1973 0 Bob Morris, DL, 1st Team (consensus)
1969 - John Dwyer, 1st Team (Club)
Vince Bogdanski, Honorable Mention (Club)
1949 - Billy Conn, RB, Honorable Mention
1947 - Richard Werder, OG, Honorable Mention
1942 - Richard Werder, OG, Honorable Mention
1941 - Al Blozis, OT, Honorable Mention
1940 - Agostino Lio, OG/DL/PK, 2nd Team
1934 - Charles Parcells, QB/CB, Honorable Mention
1931 - Maurice Dubofsky, OG/DL, Honorable Mention
1929 - Jim Mooney, OT/DT/P, Honorable Mention
1928 - Jim Mooney, OT/DT/P, 2nd Team
1927 - Claude Grigsby, C, Honorable Mention
1926 - Harry Connaughton, OG/DL, 1st Team (consensus)
1916 - John Gilroy, RB/PK, 1st Team
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
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ALL-TIME RESULTS
Year Coach
W-L-T Pct. Gu Opp Captain(s)
1887 Team Captain
2-1-0 .667 66
36 Dick Hennessy
1888 Team Captain
4-2-0 .667 28
28 Dan O’Day
1889 Team Captain
5-1-0 .833 70
30 Bill Gleason
1890 Team Captain
3-3-1 .500 32 128 Pat O’Donnell
1891 Tommy Dowd
2-2-0 .500 62
44 Pat O’Donnell
1892 Tommy Dowd
4-2-1 .643 160
55 Bob Carmody
1893 Dick Harley
4-4-0 .500 126 174 Martin Murphy
1894 Bob Carmody
4-5-0 .440 102 122 George Bahen
1895-97Football Discontinued
1898 Bill Donovan
7-3-0 .667 143
50 Jack Casey
1899 Bill Church
5-2-1 .688 60
33 Carlos Long
1900 Dr. A.E. Bull
5-1-3 .722 161
42 Arthur Devlin
1901 Bill Church 3-3-2 .500 56
84 Moran Barry
1902 Herman Sutter
7-3-0 .700 142
88 Joe Reilly
1903 Phil King
7-3-0 .700 195
50 Hub Hart
1904 Joe Reilly
7-1-0 .875 193
14 Matt Mahoney
1905 Joe Reilly
2-7-0 .222 22 231 Leo Fitzpatrick
1906 Joe Reilly
6-1-0 .857 92
23 Branch Bocock
1907 Joe Reilly
2-4-1 .357 26
96 George Dutcher
1908 Joe Reilly
2-4-1 .357 54
55 Eddie Miller
1909 Bill Newman
3-2-1 .583 59
31 Tom Stewart
1910 Fred Neilson
7-1-1 .833 181
26 Vincent Dailey
1911 Fred Neilson
7-1-1 .833 257
31 Vincent Dailey
1912 Frank Gargan
8-1-0 .888 315
60 Jack Hegarty
1913 Frank Gargan
4-4-0 .500 95
99 Harry Costello
1914 Albert Exendine 2-4-2 .375 52
76 Fred Murray
1915 Albert Exendine 7-2-0 .777 317
30 James Barron
1916 Albert Exendine 9-1-0 .900 474
33 Dan O’Connor
1917 Albert Exendine 7-1-0 .875 170
53 Jackie Maloney
1918 Albert Exendine 3-2-0 .600 188
48 Ed Heaphy
1919 Albert Exendine 7-3-0 .700 241
79 John McQuade
1920 Albert Exendine 6-4-0 .600 235 138 Bill Dudack
1921 Albert Exendine 8-1-0 .888 245
51 Jack Flavin
1922 Albert Exendine 6-3-1 .650 175
77 Rudy Comstock
1923 Jackie Maloney 3-6-0 .333 79
100 Paul Florence
1924 Lou Little
4-4-0 .500 84
39 Fred Sheehan
1925 Lou Little
9-1-0 .900 281
19 Jack Hagerty
1926 Lou Little
7-2-1 .750 308
56 Frank McGrath
1927 Lou Little
8-1-0 .888 377
21 Claude Grigsby
1928 Lou Little
8-2-0 .800 306
62 Jerry Carroll
1929 Lou Little
5-2-2 .667 112
21 Jim Mooney
1930 Tommy Mills
5-5-0 .500 138 107 Bill Morris
1931 Tommy Mills
4-5-1 .450 78
86 Maurice Dubofsky
1932 Tommy Mills
2-6-1 .278 52 160 Ray Hudson
1933 Jack Hagerty
1-6-1 .188 56 130 Fred Callahan
1934 Jack Hagerty
4-3-1 .562 65
33 Joe Savarine
1935 Jack Hagerty
4-4-0 .500 71
40 Walter Herron, Joe Meglen
1936 Jack Hagerty
6-2-1 .722 160
36 Al Vaccaro
1937 Jack Hagerty
2-4-2 .375 70
71 Lawrence Hardy
1938 Jack Hagerty
8-0-0 .938 185
26 Game
1939 Jack Hagerty
7-0-1 .938 109
22 Game
1940 Jack Hagerty
8-2-0 .800 280
55 Game
1941 Jack Hagerty
5-4-0 .555 113
61 Game
1942 Jack Hagerty
5-3-1 .611
92 115 Game
1943-45Football Suspended due to World War II
1946 Jack Hagerty
5-3-0 .625 114
97 Game
1947 Jack Hagerty
3-4-1 .438 95
70 Game
1948 Jack Hagerty
3-4-1 .438 99 105 Victor Banonis
1949 Bob Margarita
5-5-0 .500 139 210 Frannie Desmond, Tom Dolan
1950 Bob Margarita
2-7-0 .222 116 187 Tom Hardiman
1951-63Football Discontinued
**Beginning of Club Football**
1964 J. Murray/B. Nash 1-0-0 1.000 28
6
1965 Bill Nash
1-1-0 .500 78
48
1966 Mike Agee
3-0-0 1.000 89
33
1967 Mike Agee
2-3-0 .400 71
95
1968 Maurice Dubofsky 3-2-0 .600 92
76
1969 Maurice Dubofsky 5-2-0 .714 195
88
Steve Langhoff, Ed Moses
Tony Cigarran, Breen Condon
Happy Fauth, Tony Lauinger
Bob Barchi, John McGregor
Bob Francis, Bruce Simmons,
Joe Lonardo, Pierce O’Donnell
Jim Graeter, John Merrigan
**Georgetown rejoined NCAA ranks as a Division III member**
1970 Scotty Glacken 6-2-0 .750 187 133 John Dwyer, David Goracy
1971 Scotty Glacken 6-2-0 .750 237 138 John Kuhns, Paul White
1972 Scotty Glacken 4-3-1 .563 157 119 Bill Brugger, Jeff Gray,
Rick Paternoster
1973 Scotty Glacken 3-5-0 .375 107 146 Ralph Edwards,
Steve Graham
1974 Scotty Glacken 6-2-0 .750 245
94 Jim Cain, Jim Chesley,
Bob Morris
1975 Scotty Glacken 5-3-0 .625 214 135 Brian McQuaid, Dan O’Malley
1976 Scotty Glacken 1-7-0 .325 96 231 Dru Drake, Joe Wesner
1977 Scotty Glacken 2-7-0 .222 184 199 Jim Boland, Don Bridges
Year Coach
W-L-T Pct. Gu Opp Captain(s)
1978 Scotty Glacken 7-1-0 .875 292 153 Dave Elliott, Bob Sitz,
Paul Zimmerman
1979 Scotty Glacken 5-3-0 .625 118
94 John Mulcahy, Steve
Scheuerle, Dave Williams
1980 Scotty Glacken 4-4-0 .500 85 136 John Federico,
Bryan McDonnell, Mike Foster
1981 Scotty Glacken 5-3-0 .625 58
68 John Federico, Jim Corcoran, Rory Coakley
1982 Scotty Glacken 3-5-0 .375 134 157 Mike Quinland, Roger Daly,
Ray Pring
1983 Scotty Glacken 2-6-0 .250 125 183 Dave Ficca, Alex Poulos,
John Verni
1984 Scotty Glacken 1-6-0 .143 65 263 Dave Barnitt, D.J. Patenaude
1985 Scotty Glacken 5-4-0 .555 135 202 Andy Phelan, Brett Davis
1986 Scotty Glacken 4-4-0 .500 158 183 Andy Phelan, Joe Gaffigan,
John McCormick
1987 Scotty Glacken 6-2-1 .722 181 110 Dan Currie, Joe Haley,
Mark North
1988 Scotty Glacken 6-2-0 .750 165 115 Hugh Golden, Stewart Muller, Jim Schwartz
1989 Scotty Glacken 2-8-0 .200 120 194 Scott Owens, Pete Hornick
1990 Scotty Glacken 5-5-0 .500 225 208 Mike Sotirhos, Tim McAneney
1991 Scotty Glacken 6-4-0 .600 225 194 Raja Mohi-ud-din,
Pete Lembo
1992 Scotty Glacken 4-6-0 .400 220 246 Jim Bolger, Chris Murphy
**Georgetown begins play at the Division I-AA level**
1993 Bob Benson
4-5-0 .444 161 136
1994 Bob Benson
5-4-0 .556 184 132
1995 Bob Benson
6-3-0 .667 192
99
1996 Bob Benson
7-3-0 .700 303 167
1997 Bob Benson
8-3-0 .727 276 178
1998 Bob Benson
9-2-0 .818 325 163
1999 Bob Benson
9-2-0 .818 364 166
2000 Bob Benson
5-6-0 .454 282 326
Brendan Boler, Brian McNulty, Beau Riely, Rob Sgarlata
Steve Colello, Murray Happer, Jim Klessel
Joe Eacobacci,
Enrico Mariani, Tom Wonica
Dan Cunniffe, Janne Kouri,
Bill Ring
Mike Lynn, Steve Pogorelec, Rob Rosenthal, Bill Ward
Sean Brady, Skender Derti, Brian Dwyer, Mike Halen,
Mike Melchionda
Brian Dwyer, Jim Gallagher, Paul Miller, J.J. Mont,
Robert Quigley
Brett Crowder,
Gharun Hester, Ryan O’Donoghue,
Reid Wakefield
**Georgetown begins Patriot League Play**
2001 Bob Benson
3-7-0 .300 160 316 Brian Blankenship,
Aaron Brown, Scott Pogorelec
2002 Bob Benson
5-6-0 .454 190 345 Matt Fronczke, Ed Kuczma, Adam Rini
2003 Bob Benson
4-8-0 .333 271 328 Andrew Clarke,
Matt Fronczke, William Huisking,
Luke McArdle
2004 Bob Benson
3-8-0 .375 174 280 Ryan Goethals,
Brandon Small, Frank Terrazzino
2005 Bob Benson
4-7-0 .364 110 292 Maurice Banks,
Robert LaHayne,
Michael Ononibaku, Kim Sarin
2006 Kevin Kelly
2-9-0 .182 164 287 Alex Buzbee, Liam Grubb
2007 Kevin Kelly
1-10-0 .091 166 415 Matt Bassuener, Nnamdi Obiako, Stephen Smith,
Kyle Van Fleet
2008 Kevin Kelly
2-8-0 .200 96
280 Daniel Matheny,
Nicholas Umar
2009 Kevin Kelly
0-11 .000 106 309 Richard Hussey,
Dan Matheny,
Chudi Obianwu, Nick Parrish, Chris Rau
2010 Kevin Kelly
4-7 .364 200 249 Nick Parrish, Dan Semler
2011 Kevin Kelly
8-3 .727 297 212 Wayne Heimuli, Jeremiah Kayal, Nathan Zimmel
2012 Kevin Kelly
5-6 .455 211 261 Robert McCabe, Isaiah Kempf, Kevin Sullivan
2013 Kevin Kelly
2-9 .222 227 368 Sean Campbell, Dustin Wharton, 2014 Rob Sgarlata
2-8 .200 128 232
Isaiah Kempf, Daniel Sprotte
Nick Alfieri, Alec May,
Nick Quintans, Mike Roland
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS
1887 (2-1)
GU 46, Emerson Institute 6
Alexandria H.S. 24, GU 8
GU 12, Washington H.S. 6
North Carolina 20, GU 4
Maryland Aggies 6, GU 4
GU 34, Richmond 0
Columbia AC 20, GU 0
1888 (4-2)
GU 8,Washington Athletics 0
GU 8, Orient AC 0
GU 1, Jefferson AC 0 (forfeit)
Dupont AC 16, GU 0
Alexandria H.S. 12, GU 5
GU 9, Orient AC 6
1895-97 Football Discontinued
1889 (5-1)
GU 6, Orient AC 0
GU 34, Virginia 0
Gallaudet 20, GU 10
GU 2, Dupont 0
GU 8, Episcopal HS (Alex.) 6
GU 10, Gallaudet 4
1890 (3-3-1)
GU 6, Gallaudet 4
GU 1, Columbia AC 0 (forfeit)
GU 10, Washington & Lee 6
Navy 70, GU 4
GU 6, Fordham 6
Swarthmore 20, GU 6
Columbia AC 22, GU 4
1891 (2-2)
GU 24, Gallaudet 0
GU 30, Washington & Lee 10
Navy 12, GU 4
Columbia AC 22, GU 4
1892 (4-2-1)
GU 32, Media Academy 5
GU 96, Neptune Bt Cl. (MD.) 0
GU 4, Virginia 4
Mt. St. Mary’s 6, GU 0
GU 16, Temperance AC 0
Navy 40, GU 0
GU 12, Columbia AC 0
1893 (4-4)
Pennsylvania 12, GU 0
GU 16, Washington YMCA 0
GU 34, Swarthmore 10
GU 10, Washington YMCA 8
GU 28, Virginia 24
Navy 22, GU 10
Virginia 58, GU 0
Columbia AC 40, GU 16
1894 (4-5)
GU 16, Gallaudet 0
Pennsylvania 46, GU 0
GU 22, Camden AC (N.J.) 0
Navy 12, GU 0
GU 22, Swarthmore 18
1898 (7-3)
Swarthmore 11, GU 6
GU 11, Gallaudet 0
GU 10, Virginia 0
GU 40, Baltimore Med. Col. 0
GU 12, Villanova 0
Virginia 12, GU 0
GU 11, VMI 5
Gallaudet 17, GU 6
GU 35, Baltimore Medics 0
GU 12, George Washington 5
1899 (5-2-1)
Navy 12, GU 0
GU 22, St. John’s (MD) 0
Baltimore Med. Col. 16, GU 0
GU 5, Gallaudet 0
GU 17, Maryland 0
GU 5, Dickinson 0
GU 0, Virginia 0
GU 11, Baltimore Med. Col. 5
1900 (5-1-3)
GU 6, St. John’s (Md.) 0
Navy 6, GU 0
GU 84, Richmond 0
GU 16, Swarthmore 16
GU 23, Gettysburg 5
GU 17, VMI 10
GU 10, Virginia 0
GU 5, Gallaudet 5
GU 0, North Carolina 0
1901 (3-3-2)
GU 0, Navy 0
GU 0, St. John’s (Md.) 0
Virginia Tech 32, GU 6
GU 5, VMI 0
Columbia 18, GU 0
Gallaudet 18, GU 6
GU 17, Virginia 16
GU 22, Lehigh 0
1902 (7-3)
GU 22, Maryland 0
GU 4, Navy 0
GU 18, St. John’s (Md.) 0
GU 23, VMI 11
Lafayette 23, GU 0
GU 5, West Virginia 0
Virginia Tech 28, GU 0
GU 12, North Carolina 5
GU 53, Washington YMCA 0
Carlisle 21, GU 0
1903 (7-3)
GU 28, Maryland 0
Princeton 5, GU 0
GU 25, St. Alban’s 0
GU 23, Baltimore Med. Col. 0
GU 33, North Carolina 0
GU 12, Navy 5
Carlisle 28, GU 6
GU 33, George Washington 0
GU 29, Gallaudet 0
Lehigh 12, GU 6
1904 (7-1)
GU 22, Maryland 0
Princeton 10, GU 0
GU 17, Villanova 0
GU 47, Washington & Lee 0
GU 17, Holy Cross 4
GU 16, North Carolina 0
GU 12, Bucknell 0
GU 62, George Washington 0
1905 (2-7)
GU 10, Gallaudet 0
Princeton 34, GU 0
Villanova 6, GU 0
Swarthmore 28, GU 0
Wash. & Jefferson 27, GU 0
North Carolina 36, GU 0
Bucknell 18, GU 0
GU 12, George Washington 6
Carlisle 76, GU 0
1906 (6-1)
GU 22, Gallaudet 0
GU 28, Maryland 0
GU 16, Mt. St. Mary’s 0
GU 6, Washington & Lee 5
GU 4, North Carolina 0
Virginia 12, GU 0
GU 16, George Washington 6
1907 (2-4-1)
GU 5, Gallaudet 0
GU 10, Maryland 0
Fordham 36, GU 0
Virginia Tech 20, GU 0
North Carolina 12, GU 5
Virginia 26, GU 6
GU 0, George Washington 0
1908 (2-4-1)
GU 15, Gallaudet 0
GU 22, Baltimore Med. Col. 4
North Carolina State 5, GU 0
GU 6, North Carolina 6
Fordham 22, GU 0
Virginia 6, GU 0
Washington & Lee 12, GU 11
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1909 (3-2-1)
GU 36, Gallaudet 0
GU 6, Washington College 5
GU 17, Richmond 0
North Carolina 5, GU 0
GU 0, Fordham 0
Virginia 21, GU 0
1910 (7-1-1)
GU 55, Seaman Gunners 0
GU 27, Washington College 0
GU 0, North Carolina State 0
GU 52, Washington & Lee 0
Pittsburgh 17, GU 0
GU 12, North Carolina 0
GU 15, Virginia 0
GU 14, VMI 6
GU 6, Lehigh 3
1911 (7-1-1)
GU 39, Seaman Gunners 0
GU 66, William & Mary 0
Carlisle 28, GU 5
GU 65, Richmond 0
GU 20, St. John’s (Md.) 0
GU 0, Army 0
GU 25, Vigilant AC 0
GU 9, Virginia 0
GU 28, Lehigh 3
1912 (8-1)
GU 39, Randolph-Macon 0
GU 27, Mt. St. Mary’s 0
GU 20, Washington & Lee 0
GU 48, North Carolina State 0
Carlisle 34, GU 20
GU 37, North Carolina 10
GU 84, Washington College 0
GU 16, Virginia 13
GU 24, Virginia Tech 3
1913 (4-4)
GU 44, Randolph Macon 0
GU 21, Virginia Medics 0
Navy 23, GU 0
North Carolina State 12, GU 0
Carlisle 34, GU 0
W. Virginia Wesleyan 16, GU 6
GU 8, Virginia 7
GU 16, Holy Cross 7
1914 (2-4-2)
GU 0, Fordham 0
Navy 13, GU 0
Washington & Lee 14, GU 0
Pittsburgh 21, GU 0
GU 27, W. Virginia Wesleyan 0
GU 7, North Carolina State 7
Wash. & Jefferson 14, GU 6
GU 12, Gallaudet 7
1915 (7-2)
Princeton 13, GU 0
GU 9, Navy 0
GU 58, USS Reina Mercedes 0
GU 38, North Carolina 0
Army 10, GU 0
GU 33, Fordham 7
GU 28, North Carolina State 0
GU 61, South Carolina 0
GU 90, St. Louis 0
1916 (9-1)
Navy 13, GU 7
GU 69, Eastern College 7
GU 10, Dartmouth 0
GU 80, Albright 0
GU 13, Fordham 0
GU 47, W. Virginia Wesleyan 0
GU 61, North Carolina State 6
GU 78, Bucknell 0
GU 47, George Washington 7
GU 62, Tulane 0
1917 (7-1)
GU 33, Lebanon Valley 7
GU 26, Springfield YMCA 0
GU 17, Lehigh 6
GU 28, Virginia Tech 0
GU 12, Fordham 0
Navy 28, GU 7
GU 20, Washington & Lee 12
GU 27, Army Amb. Corps 0
1918 (3-2)
Camp GU 87, Fort Myer 0
Camp GU 81, Quantico Marines 0
Camp GU 13, Charlstn Nvy Yd 0
Lgue Isl Mar. 34, Camp GU 7
Fordham 14, Camp GU 0
1919 (7-3)
GU 58, Norfolk Navy Yd 6
GU 34, Norfolk Naval Base 0
GU 17, W. Virginia Wesleyan 0
GU 33, Virginia Tech 7
Detroit 16, GU 13
GU 46, Delaware 7
GU 6, Navy 0
Georgia Tech 27, GU 10
GU 27, Washington & Lee 6
Boston College 10, GU 7
1920 (6-4)
GU 80, St. John’s (Md.) 0
GU 27, North Carolina State 0
GU 27, W. Virginia Wesleyan 7
GU 40, Fordham 16
GU 28, Johns Hopkins 7
Navy 21, GU 6
Georgia Tech 35, GU 6
Washington & Lee 16, GU 7
Boston College 30, GU 0
GU 14, Bethany 6
1921 (8-1)
GU 7, Lebanon Valley 0
GU 48, Ursinus 6
GU 66, Westminster 0
GU 28, Holy Cross 7
GU 28, George Washington 0
GU 34, Fordham 7
Georgia Tech 21, GU 7
GU 14, Boston College 10
GU 13, Bethany 0
1922 (6-3-1)
GU 19, Lebanon Valley 6
GU 37, Cincinnati 0
GU 28, Fordham 13
Quantico Marines 9, GU 6
Holy Cross 10, GU 0
Georgia Tech 19, GU 7
GU 19, Bucknell 7
GU 0, Boston College 0
GU 46, George Washington 6
GU 13, Lafayette 7
1923 (3-6)
GU 20, George Washington 0
Quantico Marines 14, GU 3
Princeton 17, GU 0
Georgia Tech 20, GU 10
Third Army Corps 14, GU 7
Boston College 21, GU 0
Bucknell 14, GU 7
GU 26, Tulsa 0
GU 6, Fordham 0
1924 (4-4)
GU 21, King College (TN) 7
Quantico Marines 6, GU 0
Bucknell 14, GU 6
GU 20, Furman 0
Pennsylvania 3, GU 0
GU 6, Third Army Corps 0
GU 25, Loyola (New Orleans) 0
Fordham 9, GU 6
1925 (9-1)
GU 25, Drexel 0
GU 19, Mt. St. Mary’s 13
GU 50, Lebanon Valley 0
GU 24, Detroit 0
Bucknell 3, GU 2
GU 37, King College (TN) 0
GU 40, Lehigh 0
GU 41, Centre 3
GU 27, Fordham 0
GU 16, Quantico Marines 0
1926 (7-2-1)
GU 42, Drexel 0
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GU 6, Pittsburgh 6
GU 78, Washington College 0
West Virginia 13, GU 10
GU 60, Elon 13
GU 34, Lebanon Valley 7
GU 13, Syracuse 7
Navy 10, GU 7
GU 39, Fordham 0
GU 19, Detroit 0
1927 (8-1)
GU 80, Lenoir Rhyme 0
GU 57, Susquehanna 0
GU 39, Davis-Elkins 0
Syracuse 19, GU 6
GU 25, West Virginia 0
GU 58, Waynesburg 0
GU 27, Lafayette 2
GU 47, Boston College 0
GU 38, Fordham 0
1928 (8-2)
GU 31, Mt. St. Mary’s 0
GU 88, Susquehanna 0
GU 52, Lebanon Valley 0
GU 34, W. Virginia Wesleyan 7
GU 35, Duke 0
GU 7, New York University 2
Carnegie Tech 13, GU 7
GU 12, West Virginia 0
GU 27, Fordham 7
Detroit 33, GU 13
1929 (5-2-2)
GU 26, Mt. St. Mary’s 0
Western Maryland 7, GU 0
GU 13, St. Louis 0
GU 19, W. Virginia Wesleyan 0
GU 27, Lebanon Valley 0
GU 14, New York University 0
GU 0, Navy 0
GU 0, West Virginia 0
Detroit 14, GU 13
1930 (5-5)
GU 14, Mt. St. Mary’s 6
GU 16, Loyola (Chicago) 6
GU 67, W. Virginia Wesleyan 12
Western MD 10, GU 0
West Virginia 14, GU 7
GU 14, Michigan State 13
GU 20, Boston College 19
New York University 2, GU 0
Villanova 13, GU 0
Detroit 12, GU 0
1931 (4-5-1)
GU 25, Lebanon Valley 0
GU 25, Western Maryland 7
New York University 34, GU 0
GU 0, Duquesne 0
Michigan State 6, GU 0
Boston College 20, GU 2
Bucknell 7, GU 0
GU 13, West Virginia 0
GU 13, Villanova 6
Detroit 6, GU 0
1932 (2-6-1)
GU 26, Mt. St. Mary’s 0
GU 14, Canisus 6
New York University 39, GU 0
Western Maryland 12, GU 6
Detroit 13, GU 0
West Virginia 19, GU 0
W. Virginia Wesleyan 14, GU 0
GU 6, Bucknell 6
Carnegie Tech 51, GU 0
Holy Cross 27, GU 6
Lafayette 6, GU 0
GU 0, Pennsylvania 0
Manhattan 20, GU 12
GU 6, West Virginia 6
GU 6, New York University 0
Maryland 12, GU 2
1938 (8-0)
GU 51, Hampden-Sydney 0
GU 33, Roanoke 6
GU 33, Randolph-Macon 0
GU 14, Manhattan 13
GU 13, Temple 0
GU 13, Bucknell 0
GU 14, West Virginia 0
GU 14, Maryland 7
1933 (1-6-1)
GU 18, Mt. St. Mary’s 0
Canisius 6, GU 0
GU 20, Manhattan 20
Western Maryland 20, GU 0
William & Mary 12, GU 6
Boston College 39, GU 0
Carnegie Tech 19, GU 0
West Virginia 14, GU 12
1939 (7-0-1)
GU 3, Temple 2
GU 25, Roanoke 0
GU 13, Syracuse 13
GU 13, Bucknell 7
GU 7, George Washington 0
GU 14, West Virginia 0
GU 20, Maryland 0
GU 14, New York University 0
1934 (4-3-1)
GU 20, Mt. St. Mary’s 0
GU 9, Manhattan 0
GU 3, William & Mary 0
GU 0, New York University 0
Richmond 14, GU 13
GU 20, Roanoke 0
Maryland 6, GU 0
Western Maryland 13, GU 0
1940 (8-2)
GU 66, Roanoke 0
GU 14, Temple 0
GU 26, Waynesburg 12
GU 46, Virginia Tech 4
GU 26, New York University 0
GU 28, Syracuse 6
GU 41, Maryland 0
Boston College 19, GU 18
GU 8, George Washington 0
(Orange Bowl)
Mississippi State 14, GU 7
1935 (4-4)
Albright 7, GU 0
GU 16, Roanoke 0
GU 13, Miami (Fla.) 0
New York University 7, GU 6
GU 7, Richmond 0
GU 13, Manhattan 0
Maryland 12, GU 6
Western Maryland 14, GU 10
1936 (6-2-1)
GU 39, Delaware 0
GU 7, Cincinnati 0
GU 19, Bucknell 0
GU 7, New York University 7
GU 47, Shenandoah 0
GU 28, West Virginia 0
Manhattan 13, GU 0
GU 7, Maryland 6
Miami (Fla.) 10, GU 6
1937 (2-4-2)
GU 38, Shenandoah 0
1941 (5-4)
GU 16, Mississippi 6
Virginia Tech 3, GU 0
Temple 17, GU 7
GU 25, George Washington 0
Boston College 14, GU 6
GU 26, Maryland 0
GU 20, North Carolina State 7
GU 7, Manhattan 0
Xavier 14, GU 6
1942 (5-3-1)
GU 7, Temple 0
GU 14, Mississippi 6
GU 9, Manhattan 7
GU 6, Auburn 6
Detroit 6, GU 0
Boston College 47, GU 0
N.C. Preflight 23, GU 7
GU 28, North Carolina State 20
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GU 21, George Washington 0
Club Football
1943-1945-Football Suspended World War II
1964 (1-0)
GU 28, New York University 6
1946 (5-3)
Wake Forest 19, GU 6
GU 8, Fordham 7
Villanova 19, GU 2
GU 13, St. Louis 7
GU 18, George Washington 6
Boston College 20, GU 13
GU 35, Scranton University 7
GU 19, New York University 12
1947 (3-4-1)
Wake Forest 6, GU 0
GU 40, Fordham 7
St. Louis 16, GU 0
GU 12, Tulsa 0
GU 25, New York University 0
Boston College 27, GU 6
Villanova 14, GU 12
GU 0, George Washington 0
1948 (3-4-1)
Holy Cross 20, GU 7
Boston College 13, GU 7
GU 13, Tulsa 7
GU 35, Fordham 0
GU 10, Denver 10
GU 13, New York University 6
Villanova 36, GU 7
George Washington 13, GU 7
1949 (5-5)
GU 20, Holy Cross 13
Maryland 33, GU 7
GU 12, Wake Forest 6
GU 21, New York University 6
GU 10, Boston College 7
Fordham 42, GU 0
Villanova 29, GU 14
GU 28, Denver 13
George Washington 28, GU 7
(Sun Bowl)
Texas Western 33, GU 20
1950 (2-7)
Penn State 34, GU 14
Tulsa 21, GU 7
Maryland 25, GU 14
GU 20, Boston College 10
Villanova 20, GU 14
Miami (Fla.) 42, GU 7
Fordham 14, GU 13
GU 21, Holy Cross 14
George Washington 7, GU 6
1951-63-Football Discontinued
1965 (1-1)
GU 50, New York University 14
Fordham 34, GU 28
1966 (3-0)
GU 50, Catholic 13
GU 12, New York University 7
GU 27, Fordham 13
1967 (2-3)
Seton Hall 28, GU 6
Iona 41, GU 0
GU 32, St. Peter’s 0
GU 15, Catholic 6
Fordham 20, GU 18
1968 (3-2)
GU 15, St. Peter’s 12
Fordham 31, GU 6
GU 38, Seton Hall 13
Catholic 7, GU 6
GU 27, Iona 13
1969 (5-2)
GU 43, Hartford 0
GU 26, Iona 13
Manhattan 14, GU 13
GU 44, Catholic 26
GU 14, Fordham 7
GU 35, Scranton 6
St. Peter’s 22, GU 20
Division III Football
GU 10, Western Maryland 10
GU 29, Manhattan 18
Johns Hopkins 21, GU 9
GU 14, Dickinson 0
Fordham 14, GU 8
Randolph-Macon 50, GU 20
GU 35, St. Peter’s 0
1973 (3-5)
GU 7, Boston State 6
Juniata 27, GU 0
Towson State 17, GU 7
GU 42, Manhattan 16
Salisbury State 53, GU 13
Fordham 13, GU 0
Randolph-Macon 14, GU 7
GU 13, Catholic 0
1974 (6-2)
Lambert Bowl Ranking: 10th
GU 38, Duquesne 13
GU 37, Manhattan 0
GU 56, St. Peter’s 13
Salisbury State 14, GU 7
GU 35, Fordham 7
GU 40, Hofstra 20
Gettysburg 27, GU 0
GU 32, Catholic 0
1975 (5-3)
GU 37, Duquesne 7
GU 34, Manhattan 6
GU 28, St. Peter’s 6
GU 35, Gallaudet 6
GU 24, Fordham 0
Hofstra 40, GU 16
Gettysburg 42, GU 14
Washington & Lee 28, GU 2
1970 (6-2)
GU 24, King’s College 6
GU 13, W. Chester State 7
GU 26, Seton Hall 15
GU 35, Manhattan 0
GU 31, Catholic 2
Fordham 39, GU 17
GU 21, Iona 19
Susquehanna 45, GU 20
1976 (1-7)
Catholic 41, GU 35
Rochester 21, GU 0
St. Peter’s 13, GU 0
Johns Hopkins 24, GU 13
Fordham 49, GU 6
John Carroll 30, GU 3
GU 27, Manhattan 10
Washington & Lee 43, GU 12
1971 (6-2)
GU 69, Catholic 8
Juniata 24, GU 6
GU 33, Manhattan 19
GU 29, Johns Hopkins 13
GU 32, Dickinson 21
GU 30, Fordham 9
GU 30, St. Louis 7
Susquehanna 37, GU 8
1977 (2-7)
Catholic 27, GU 22
Rochester 28, GU 14
St. Peter’s 27, GU 17
GU 42, Gallaudet 7
Johns Hopkins 27, GU 20
Fordham 40, GU 0
John Carroll 10, GU 9
GU 42, Manhattan 13
Washington & Lee 20, GU 18
1972 (4-3-1)
GU 32, Boston State 6
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1978 (7-1)
Lambert Bowl Ranking: 7th
GU 28, Catholic 19
GU 30, Duquesne 28
GU 42, St. Peter’s 16
GU 42, Gallaudet 12
GU 42, Johns Hopkins 20
St. John’s 33, GU 32
GU 49, St. Francis (Pa.) 0
GU 27, Washington & Lee 25
1984 (1-6)
Dickinson 27, GU 7
Franklin & Marshall 59, GU 13
Fordham 28, GU 6
Johns Hopkins 42, GU 0
Catholic 56, GU 6*
St. John’s 36, GU 20
St. Francis (Pa.) 15, GU 13
*Forfeit –Catholic used ineligible player
1979 (5-3)
GU 10, St. Francis (Pa.) 0
GU 6, Duquesne 0
GU 26, St. Peter’s 15
GU 20, Gallaudet 6
Johns Hopkins 18, GU 10
GU 20, St. John’s 14
Catholic 13, GU 6
Washington & Lee 28, GU 20
1985 (5-4)
GU 26, St. Francis (Pa.) 14
GU 13, Dickinson 10
Franklin & Marshall 31, GU 0
Fordham 56, GU 0
GU 28, St.Peter’s 0
Johns Hopkins 27, GU 7
GU 24, Catholic 10
GU 31, St. John’s 28
Swarthmore 26, GU 6
1980 (4-4)
GU 14, St. Francis (Pa.) 0
GU 15, Duquesne 6
GU 7, Gallaudet 0 (forfeit)
Johns Hopkins 35, GU 3
GU 23, St. Peter’s 6
Catholic 33, GU 8
St. John’s 20, GU 15
Washington & Lee 36, GU 7
1986 (4-4)
S20
St. Francis (Pa.) L, 17-19
S27
Dickinson L, 3-26
O4
at F&M
L, 42-16
O18
St. Peter’s W, 41-22
O25
Johns Hopkins W, 24-17
N1
at Catholic W, 16-14
N8
at St. John’s L, 21-27
N15
Swarthmore W, 20-18
1981 (5-3)
Union 21, GU 0
GU 17, Duquesne 7
Fordham 24, GU 0
GU 19, St. John’s 16
GU 16, St. Peter’s 0
GU 6, Catholic 0
GU 14, St. Francis (Pa.) 7
Washington & Lee 43, GU 15
1987 (6-2-1)
S19
at St. Francis (Pa.) W, 21-0
S26
at Dickinson L, 7-17
O3
F&M
T, 3-3
O10
Gallaudet
L, 8-21
O16
St. Peter’s W, 15-0
O24
at Johns Hopkins W, 30-20
O31
Catholic W, 35-14
N7
St. John’s W, 34-21
N14
at W&L
W, 28-14
1982 (3-5)
GU 18, St. Francis (Pa.) 16
Duquesne 27, GU 17
Fordham 23, GU 9
GU 23, St. Peter’s 19
GU 37, Gallaudet 6
Catholic 19, GU 18
St. John’s 41, GU 12
Washington & Lee 6, GU 0
1983 (2-6)
Dickinson 38, GU 17
Franklin & Marshall 18, GU 6
GU 12, Fordham 6
GU 37, St. Peter’s 6
Johns Hopkins 25, GU 16
Catholic 40, GU 23
St. John’s 28, GU 7
Duquesne 21, GU 7
1988 (6-2)
GU 25, Ursinus 13
GU 51, St. Francis (Pa.) 7
Dickinson 17, GU 6
GU 9, Franklin & Marshall 7
GU 33, Gallaudet 12
GU 17, Johns Hopkins 15
GU 18, Catholic 13
St. John’s 31, GU 6
1989 (2-8)
Ursinus 10, GU 7
Gallaudet 21, GU 10
Dickinson 16, GU 0
Franklin & Marshall 34, GU 13
GU 15, St. Peter’s 0
Swarthmore 23, GU 16
GU 20, Johns Hopkins 7
Catholic 21, GU 3
St. John’s 42, GU 26
Washington & Lee 20, GU 10
1990 (5-5)
Ursinus 42, GU 24
GU 31, Gallaudet 7
Dickinson 41, GU 3
GU 33, Franklin & Marshall 0
GU 44, St. Peter’s 12
Swarthmore 33, GU 31
GU 17, Johns Hopkins 3
Catholic 26, GU 9
GU 27, St. John’s 23
Washington & Lee 21, GU 6
1991 (6-4)
Ursinus 12, GU 6
GU 35, Gallaudet 12
Dickinson 36, GU 30
GU 31, Franklin & Marshall 15
GU 19, St. Peter’s 14
GU 31, Swarthmore 0
Johns Hopkins 40, GU 14
GU 21, Catholic 17
GU 26, St. John’s 21
Washington & Lee 27, GU 12
1992 (4-6)
Ursinus 23, GU 16
GU 52, Gallaudet 20
Dickinson 20, GU 14
Franklin & Marshall 34, GU 19
St. Peter’s 21, GU 12
GU 28, Swarthmore 27
Johns Hopkins 17, GU 0
GU 19, Catholic 16
St. John’s 49, GU 33
GU 27, Washington & Lee 19
Division I-AA Football (FCS)
1993 (4-5, 2-3 MAAC)
Iona 22, GU 15
GU 35, Siena 6
GU 26, St. Peter’s 14
Franklin & Marshall 17, GU 3
Johns Hopkins 19, GU 17
GU 10, Catholic 0
St. John’s 25, GU 24
Canisius 19, GU 14
GU 17, Washington & Lee 14
1994 (5-4, 4-3 MAAC)
Duquesne 3, GU 0
Iona 31, GU 28
GU 21, Canisius 14
St. John's 19, GU 16
Franklin & Marshall 14, GU 7
GU 17, Johns Hopkins 14
GU 35, Marist 12
GU 19, Siena 18
GU 41, St. Peter's 7
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1995 (6-3, 5-2 MAAC)
GU 27, Iona 14
Duquesne 13, GU 7
Canisius 13, GU 7
GU 41, St. John's 13
GU 31, Franklin & Marshall 7
Johns Hopkins 7, GU 3
GU 14, Marist 13
GU 33, Siena 19
GU 29, St. Peter's 0
1996 (7-3, 7-1 MAAC)
S21
at Fairfield S28
at Siena
O5
Marist O12
Iona
O19
at Duquesne O26
at Fordham N2
Canisius N8
at St. John's N16
St. Peter's N23
Holy Cross 1997 (8-3, 7-0 MAAC)
S13
at Marist S20
at Holy Cross S27
Fairfield O4
Siena O11
at Canisius O18
at Iona O25
Duquesne O31
at St. Peter's N8
St. John's
N15
Fordham
(ECAC-IFC Bowl)
Robert Morris 35, GU 13
1998 (9-2, 6-1 MAAC)
S12
Marist S19
Holy Cross S26
at Fairfield
O3
at Siena O10
Canisius O17
at St. John's O24
at Duquesne O31
St. Peter's N7
Iona N14
Austin Peay N21
at Fordham W, 59-14
W, 43-6
W, 31-14
W, 20-0
L, 0-15
L, 6-46
W, 24-0
W, 23-13
W, 61-14
L, 36-45
W, 19-13
L, 21-25
W, 34-9
W, 41-10
W, 24-10
W, 33-2
W, 24-0
W, 40-32
W, 27-0
L, 0-42
W, 24-7
W, 13-12
L, 17-24
W, 42-14
W, 28-0
W, 28-17
W, 28-23
W, 54-7
W, 34-0
W, 17-10
L, 40-49
1999 (9-2, 6-1 MAAC)
S11 at Holy Cross W, 34-16
S18
Siena W, 47-12
S25
St. John’s W, 30-7
O2
at Iona W, 28-0
O9
at Marist W, 41-40
O16
Davidson
L, 27-28
O23
at St. Peter's W, 14-3
O30
Fairfield W, 21-14
N6
Duquesne L, 21-33
N13
N20
at Canisius W, 49-6
LaSalle W, 52-7
2000 (5-6, Independent)
S9
Holy Cross S16
at Wagner S23
Butler S30
Fordham O7
Bucknell O14
at Duquesne O21
Marist O28
at Fairfield N4
Iona
N11
St. Peter's N18
at Davidson L, 22-38
W, 28-21
W, 57-56 (OT)
L, 10-17
L, 10-24
L, 20-44
W, 41-17
L, 14-38
W, 43-14
W, 20-16
L, 17-41
2001 (3-7, 0-6 Patriot)
S1
Lehigh S8
at Holy Cross S29
at Fordham O6
Duquesne O13
Davidson
O20
at Bucknell O27
at Marist N3
at San Diego
N10
Lafayette N17
Towson L, 14-41
L, 7-33
L, 13-48
W, 15-13
W, 26-24
L, 0-34
L, 35-38 (OT)
W, 24-21
L, 17-37
L, 9-27
2002 (5-6, 2-5 Patriot)
S7
at Lehigh S14
Holy Cross S21
Fairfield S28
at FIU
O5
Fordham O12
at Davidson
O19
at Lafayette O26
Bucknell
N2
Marist
N16
at Colgate N23
at Towson L, 0-69
L, 14-41
W, 21-3
L, 2-27
L, 10-41
W, 25-21
L, 17-35
W, 32-31
W, 24-17
L, 22-42
W, 24-16
2003 (4-8, 1-6 Patriot)
S6
Colgate
S13
at Holy Cross
S20
Monmouth
S27
at VMI
O4
at Lafayette
O11
Stony Brook
O18
at Cornell
O25
Lehigh
N1
at Fordham
N8
Towson
N15
Davidson
N22
at Bucknell
L, 19-20
L, 34-42
L, 10-12
L, 14-42
W, 17-10
W, 49-21
W, 42-20
L, 24-45
L, 10-34
L, 6-27
W, 30-10
L, 16-45
2004 (3-8, 0-6 Patriot)
S4
St. Francis (Pa.)
S11
Lafayette
S18
at Duquesne
S25
at Colgate
O2
Bucknell
W, 36-7
L, 6-17
L, 7-45
L, 0-33
L, 19-35
O9
O23
O30
N6
N13
N20
VMI
at Monmouth
at Fordham
Lehigh
at Davidson
Holy Cross
2005 (4-7, 2-4 Patriot)
S3
at Bucknell
S10
at Holy Cross
S17
Brown
S24
at Stony Brook
O1
Lafayette
O8
Duquesne
O15
at Cornell
O22
Fordham
N5
at Lehigh
N12
Davidson
N19
Colgate
W, 21-0
L, 10-27
L, 6-36
L, 18-49
W, 23-0
L, 35-38 (OT)
W, 19-16 (OT)
L, 6-48
L, 3-34
W, 10-7
L, 7-12
W, 10-7 (OT)
L, 7-57
W, 24-21
L, 14-46
L, 3-10
L, 7-34
2006 (2-9, 0-6 Patriot)
S2
Holy Cross
L, 13-26
S9
Stony Brook
W, 7-0
S16
at Brown
L, 21-34
S23
at Columbia
L, 21-23
S30
at Colgate
L, 14-31
O7
Lehigh
L, 3-28
O14
Bucknell
L, 7-17
O28
at Charleston Southern L, 10-24
N4
Marist
W, 24-21
N11
at Lafayette
L, 14-45
N18
at Fordham
L, 30-38
2007 (1-10, 1-5 Patriot)
S1
at Stony Brook
S8
Lafayette
S15
Yale
S22
at Holy Cross
S29
Cornell
O6
at Penn
O13
at Fordham
O20
at Bucknell
O27
at Lehigh
N3
at Marist
N9
Colgate
L, 28-35
L, 7-28
L, 14-28
L, 0-55
L, 7-45
L, 13-42
L, 31-38
W, 20-17
L, 0-45
L, 34-37 (OT)
L, 12-45
2008 (2-8, 0-5 Patriot)
S7
at Howard
S13
at Lafayette
S20
at Yale
S27
Holy Cross
O4
Colgate
O11
Penn
O18
Bucknell
O25
at Richmond
N1
Lehigh
N8
Marist
N15
at Fordham
W, 12-7
L, 24-6
L, 47-7
L, 38-14
canceled
L, 27-7
L, 27-24
L, 48-0
L, 33-13
W, 13-12
L, 17-0
2009 (0-11, 0-6 Patriot)
S5
at Holy Cross
L, 20-7
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
61
YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS/ALL-TIME SERIES
S12
S19
S26
O3
O10
O17
O31
N7
N14
N21
Lafayette
Yale
Howard
at Bucknell
at Lehigh
Colgate
at Old Dominion
at Marist
Richmond
Fordham
2010 (4-7, 2-3 Patriot)
S4
at Davidson
S11
at Lafayette
S18
at Yale
S25
HOLY CROSS
O2
at Colgate
O9
WAGNER
O16
BUCKNELL
O23
at Sacred Heart
O30
at Fordham
N13
LEHIGH
N20
MARIST
L, 28-3
L, 31-10
L, 14-11
L, 14-6
L, 27-0
L, 31-14
L, 31-10
L, 23-21
L, 49-10
L, 41-24
W, 20-10
W, 28-24
L, 40-35
W, 17-7
L, 34-3
L,22-16 2OT
L, 24-21
L, 33-20
L, 24-19
L,24-7
W,14-7
2011 (8-3, 3-2 Patriot)
S3
DAVIDSON
W, 40-16
S10
LAFAYETTE
W, 14-13
S17
at Yale
L,37-27
S24
at Marist
W,55-28
O1
at Bucknell
L,35-18
O8
at Wagner
W,24-10
O15
at Howard
W,21-3
O22
COLGATE
W,40-17
O29
at Holy Cross
W,19-6
N5
FORDHAM
W,30-13
N12
at Lehigh*
L,34-12
*Patriot League Championship Game
2012 (5-6, 2-3 Patriot)
S1
at Davidson
S8
WAGNER
S15
YALE
S21
at Princeton
S28
BROWN
O6
at Fordham
O13
LEHIGH
O20
at Colgate
O27
at Lafayette
N10
BUCKNELL
N17
HOLY CROSS
W,35-14
W, 13-10
L, 24-21
W, 21-20
L, 37-10
L,38-31
L,17-14
L,57-36
W,20-17
W, 10-3
L, 24-0
2013 (2-9, 1-4 Patriot)
A31
at Wagner
L, 28-21
S7
DAVIDSON
W, 42-6
S14
MARIST
L, 43-23
S21
at Brown
L, 45-7
S 28
PRINCETON
L, 50-22
O12
No. 9 FORDHAML, 34-12
O19
at No. 16 Lehigh L, 45-24
O26
COLGATE
L, 34-14
N2
LAFAYETTE(HC)
L, 45-27
N16
N23
at Bucknell
at Holy Cross
L, 17-7
W, 28-21
2014
A30
S6
S13
S20
S27
O4
O11
O25
N1
N15
(2-8, 0-5 Patriot)
WAGNER
at Dayton
at Marist
BROWN
at Colgate*
HARVARD
at Lafayette BUCKNELL
LEHIGH
at No. 7 Fordham
L, 21-3
L, 23-14
W,27-7
W,17-3
L,19-0
L,34-3
L,24-21
L,22-17
L,27-19
L,52-7
All-Time Series Record VS.
2014 Opponents
Bucknell (10-16-1)
11/12/1904
W
11/18/1905
L
11/25/1916
W
1922
W
1923
L
1924
L
1925
L
11/07/1931
L
11/19/1932
T
10/17/1936
W
11/04/1938
W
10/21/1939
W
10/07/2000
L
10/20/2001
L
10/26/2002
W
11/22/2003
L
10/02/2004
L
9/03/2005
W
10/16/2006
L
10/20/2007
W
10/18/2008
L
10/3/2009
L
10/16/2010
L
10/1/2011
L
11/10/2012
W
11/16/2013
L
10/25/14
L
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
Brown (1-4)
9/17/2005
9/16/2006
9/28/2012
9/21/13
9/20/14
L
L
L
L
W
H
A
H
A
H
34-3
34-21
37-10
45-7
17-3
Colgate (1-11)
11/16/2002
09/06/2003
09/25/2004
11/19/2005
9/30/2006
L
L
L
L
L
A
H
A
H
A
22-44
19-20
0-33
7-34
14-31
12-0
0-18
78-0
19-7
7-14
6-14
2-3
0-7
6-6
19-0
13-0
13-7
10-24
0-34
32-31
16-45
19-35
19-16(OT)
7-17
20-17
27-24
14-6
24-21
35-18
10-3
17-7
22-17
11/9/2007
10/4/2008
10/17/09
10/2/10
10/22/11
10/20/12
10/26.13
9/20/14
L
H
canceled %
L
H
L
A
W
H
L
A
L
H
L
A
12-45
Dayton (0-1)
9/6/14
L
A
23-14
Fordham (22-34-3)
1890
T
1907
L
1908
L
1909
T
1914
T
1915
W
1916
W
1917
W
1918
L
1920
W
1921
W
1922
W
1923
W
1924
L
1925
W
1926
W
1927
W
1928
W
1946
W
1947
W
1948
W
1949
L
1950
L
1965
L
1966
W
1967
L
1968
L
1969
W
1970
L
1971
W
1972
L
1973
L
1974
W
1975
W
1976
L
1977
L
1981
L
1982
L
1983
W
1984
L
1985
L
1996
L
1997
L
11/21/1998
L
A
09/30/2000 L
H
09/29/2001
L
A
10/5/2002
L
H
11/1/2003
L
A
6-6
0-36
0-22
0-0
0-0
33-7
13-0
12-0
0-14
40-16
34-7
28-13
6-0
6-9
27-0
39-0
38-0
27-7
8-7
40-7
35-0
0-42
13-14
28-34
27-13
18-20
6-31
14-7
17-39
30-9
8-14
0-13
35-7
24-0
6-49
0-40
0-24
9-23
12-6
6-28
0-56
6-46
0-42
40-49
10-17
13-48
10-41
10-34
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
31-14
34-3
40-17
57-36
34-14
19-0
62
ALL-TIME SERIES vs. 2014 OPPONENTS
10/30/2004
10/22/2005
11/18/2006
10/13/2007
11/15/2008
11/21/09
10/30/10
11/5/11
10/6/12
10/12/13
11/15/14
L
W
L
L
L
L
L
W
L
L
L
A
H
A
A
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
6-36
24-21
30-38
31-38
17-0
41-24
24-19
30-13
38-31
34-12
52-7
Harvard (0-1)
10/4/14
L
H
34-3
Holy Cross (10-16)
1904
W
1913
W
1921
W
1922
L
1937
L
1948
L
1949
W
1950
W
1996
L
1997
L
09/19/1998
W
H
09/11/1999
W
A
09/09/2000 L
H
09/08/2001
L
A
09/14/2002
L
H
09/13/2003
L
A
11/20/2004
L
H
9/10/2005
L
A
9/2/2006
L
H
9/22/2007
L
A
9/27/2008
L
H
9/5/2009
L
A
9/25/2010
W
H
10/29/2011
W
A
11/17/2012
L
H
11/23/13
W
A
Lafayette (6-12)
10/25/1902
12/02/1922
11/05/1927
10/16/1937
11/10/2001
10/19/2002
10/04/2003
09/11/2004
10/01/2005
11/11/2006
9/8/2007
9/13/2008
9/12/2009
9/11/2010
9/10/2011
10/27/2012
11/2/2013
L
W
W
L
L
L
W
L
L
L
L
L
L
W
W
W
L
H
H
H
H
H
A
A
H
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
17-4
16-7
28-7
0-10
6-27
7-20
20-13
21-14
36-45
21-25
13-12
34-16
22-38
7- 33
13-41
34-42
28-31OT
6-48
13-26
0-55
38-14
20-7
17-7
19-6
24-0
28-21
0- 23
13-7
27-2
0-6
17-37
17-35
17-10
6-17
7-12
14-45
7-28
24-6
28-3
28-24
14-13
20-17
45-27
10/11/2014
L
A
24-21
Lehigh (5-15)
1901
1903
1910
1911
1917
1925
09/01/2001
09/07/2002
10/25/2003
11/06/2004
11/05/2005
10/7/2006
10/27/2007
11/1/2008
10/10/2009
11/13/2010
11/12/2011
10/12/2012
10/21/2013
11/1/2014
W
L
W
W
W
W
L
H
L
A
L
H
L
H
L
A
L
H
L
A
L
H
L
A
L
H
L
A
L
H
L
A
L
H
22-0
6-12
6-3
28-3
17-6
40-0
14-41
0-69
24-45
18-49
14-46
3-28
0-45
33-13
27-0
24-7
34-12
17-14
45-24
27-19
Marist (13-4)
1994
1995
1996
1997
09/12/1998 10/09/1999
10/21/2000
10/27/2001
11/02/2002
11/4/2006
11/3/2007
11/8/2008
11/7/2009
11/20/2010
9/24/2011
9/14/13
9/13/14
W
W
W
W
W
H
W
A
W
H
L
A
W
H
W
H
L
A
W
H
L
A
W
H
W
A
L
H
W
A
35-12
14-13
31-14
19-13
24-7
41-40
41-17
35-38 (ot)
27-17
24-21
34-37 (ot)
13-12
23-21
14-7
55-28
43-23
27-7
Wagner (3-3)
09/16/2000
10/9/2010
10/8/2011
9/8/2012
8/31/13
8/30/14
W
L
W
W
L
L
A
28-21
H 22-16(2OT)
A
24-10
H
13-10
A
28-21
H
21-3
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
63
2014 BOX SCORES
Game 1 - HOME-OPENER
Box Score (Final)
Georgetown 3, Wagner
21 Football
2014 Georgetown
AugustWAGNER
30, 2014
– Multi-Sport
vs Georgetown
(Aug 30, 2014Field
at Washington, D.C.)
Score by Quarters
WAGNER
Georgetown
Qtr
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
Time
04:33
00:00
04:35
13:17
1
7
0
2
0
3
3
4
7
0
7
0
Total
Score by Quarters
Georgetown
Dayton
21
3
Scoring play
WAGNER - CARRINGTON, A. 20 yd pass from GEHRING, Brian (MALEY, Bryan kick), 14-80 7:12
GU - H. Darmstadter 35 yd field goal, 10-42 1:15
WAGNER - WRIGHT, Otis 3 yd run (MALEY, Bryan kick), 15-67 6:58
WAGNER - WRIGHT, Otis 5 yd run (MALEY, Bryan kick), 9-55 4:15
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
WAGNER
21
52-167
163
19-13-1
71-330
1-3
3-36
0-0
0-0
4-36.5
0-0
10-89
35:43
6 of 13
0 of 1
3-5
2-20
Game 2 Box Score (Final)
Georgetown 14, Dayton
23 Football
2014 Georgetown
September
6, 2014
– Welcome
Georgetown
vs Dayton
(Sep 06, 2014Stadium
at Dayton, Ohio)
GU
14
20-19
185
43-20-0
63-204
0-0
2-1
1-19
1-24
7-36.6
1-1
7-55
24:17
3 of 13
0 of 2
1-1
2-11
RUSHING: WAGNER-WRIGHT, Otis 23-74; McKINNON, M. 10-42; RENE, Steve 8-29; GEHRING, Brian 8-27; TEAM
3-minus 5. Georgetown-Jo'el Kimpela 7-10; Tim Barnes 2-6; Justin Hill 1-4; Tommy Jesson 1-2; Kyle
Nolan 7-1; Daniel Wright 1-minus 2; TEAM 1-minus 2.
1
0
3
2
7
10
3
0
7
4
7
3
Total
14
23
Qtr Time Scoring play
1st 09:13 UD - WILL, William 49 yd field goal, 9-26 3:45
2nd 11:48 UD - WILL, William 31 yd field goal, 12-67 5:06
03:35 GU - Daniel Wright 1 yd run (Ben Priddy kick), 14-69 8:09
02:11 UD - KACSOR, Connor 43 yd run (WILL, William kick), 4-75 1:24
3rd 04:48 UD - JOHNSON,Branden 19 yd pass from BARDO, Will (WILL, William kick), 8-77 4:24
4th 14:07 GU - Justin Hill 5 yd pass from Kyle Nolan (Ben Priddy kick), 6-66 1:33
07:08 UD - WILL, William 31 yd field goal, 14-59 6:53
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
GU
15
29-100
179
35-19-0
64-279
0-0
1-7
5-91
1-4
5-45.6
2-0
7-46
27:06
3 of 14
3 of 6
2-2
1-7
UD
24
40-317
176
33-19-1
73-493
0-0
2-21
2-53
0-0
2-41.0
1-1
7-84
32:54
6 of 14
1 of 3
3-4
1-8
RUSHING: Georgetown-Jo'el Kimpela 9-49; Daniel Wright 11-29; Justin Hill 3-13; Kyle Nolan 5-6; Tim
Barnes 1-3. Dayton-KACSOR, Connor 34-301; BARDO, Will 5-21; GREENWOOD, J.J. 1-minus 5.
PASSING: WAGNER-GEHRING, Brian 13-19-1-163. Georgetown-Kyle Nolan 20-41-0-185; Tim Barnes 0-2-0-0.
PASSING: Georgetown-Kyle Nolan 19-35-0-179. Dayton-BARDO, Will 19-33-1-176.
RECEIVING: WAGNER-SMITH, Lloyd 4-71; GREENE, Ralph 3-38; CARRINGTON, A. 2-18; WRIGHT, Otis 2-4;
FOSTER, Keith 1-21; WATTS, Bryant 1-11. Georgetown-Jake DeCicco 8-75; Justin Hill 4-39; Jo'el
Kimpela 3-28; Matthew Buckman 2-27; M. Cimilluca 1-10; Tommy Jesson 1-9; Daniel Wright 1-minus 3.
RECEIVING: Georgetown-Justin Hill 5-47; Jake DeCicco 4-27; Matthew Buckman 3-40; Justin Harrell
2-40; Tommy Jesson 2-15; Daniel Wright 2-9; M. Cimilluca 1-1. Dayton-MACIS, Gabe 6-63;
JOHNSON,Branden 6-61; SMITH, Ross 3-33; STUART, Cory 2-16; GREENWOOD, J.J. 1-3; KACSOR, Connor 1-0.
INTERCEPTIONS: WAGNER-None. Georgetown-Garrett Powers 1-24.
FUMBLES: WAGNER-None. Georgetown-Kyle Nolan 1-1.
WAGNER (1-0) vs. Georgetown (0-1)
Date: Aug 30, 2014 • Site: Washington, D.C. • Stadium: Multi-Sport Field
Attendance: 1981
Kickoff time: 12:07 pm • End of Game: 2:49 pm • Total elapsed time: 2:42
Officials: Referee: Karlton Derrick; Umpire: William O'Brien; Linesman: Terrance Brown;
Line judge: Brian Sakowski; Back judge: Erick Hermick; Field judge: Jack O'Keefe;
Side judge: Ryan Robinson; Alternate: Tom Beck;
Temperature: 79 • Wind: SSE 8 • Weather: Mostly Cloudy
INTERCEPTIONS: Georgetown-Hunter Kiselick 1-4. Dayton-None.
FUMBLES: Georgetown-Daniel Wright 1-0; Kyle Nolan 1-0. Dayton-KACSOR, Connor 1-1.
Georgetown (0-2) vs. Dayton (1-0)
Date: Sep 06, 2014 • Site: Dayton, Ohio • Stadium: Welcome Stadium
Attendance: 3468
Kickoff time: 1 pm ET • End of Game: 3:50 • Total elapsed time: 2:50
Officials: Referee: Caruso, Joe; Umpire: Chappelle, John; Linesman: Brigati, Nick;
Line judge: Hanson, Gordon; Back judge: Sima, Jim; Field judge: Hayes, Mic;
Side judge: Adams, Chad;
Temperature: 73 • Wind: 10 NNW • Weather: cloudy
Connor Kacsor set new Dayton single game rushing record of
301 yds. Old record - Germaine Bailey with 251 yds.
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
64
2014 BOX SCORES
Game 3 - Coach Sgarlata’s
First Career Win
Box Score (Final)
Georgetown 27, Marist
7
2014 Georgetown
Football
September
13,
2014
–
Tenney
Georgetown vs Marist (Sep 13, 2014 atStadium
Poughkeepsie, N.Y.)
Score by Quarters
Georgetown
Marist
Qtr
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
Time
01:18
00:05
09:09
12:51
08:18
03:00
1
3
0
2
3
3
0
7
0
4
14
7
Score by Quarters
BRWN
Georgetown
Total
27
7
GU
20
34-94
194
45-21-1
79-288
0-0
3-6
2-64
3-90
7-43.3
0-0
4-35
33:37
9 of 20
0 of 1
4-4
4-24
1
0
0
2
3
7
3
0
7
4
0
3
Total
3
17
Qtr Time Scoring play
2nd 07:42 BRWN - Senne, Grant 22 yd field goal, 11-75 4:09
07:04 GU - Daniel Wright 57 yd run (H. Darmstadter kick), 3-69 0:33
3rd 07:40 GU - Jake DeCicco 25 yd pass from Kyle Nolan (H. Darmstadter kick), 7-57 3:45
4th 03:38 GU - H. Darmstadter 44 yd field goal, 8-20 3:15
Scoring play
GU - H. Darmstadter 23 yd field goal, 4--3 1:43
GU - H. Darmstadter 28 yd field goal, 13-60 3:59
GU - M. Cimilluca 11 yd pass from Kyle Nolan (H. Darmstadter kick), 12-70 3:43
GU - Phil Novacki 48 yd interception return (H. Darmstadter kick)
MAR - Adler 91 yd punt return (Maccarone kick)
GU - Kyle Nolan 10 yd run (H. Darmstadter kick), 11-62 5:07
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
Game 4 - 50th Anniversary
Weekend
Box Score (Final)
Georgetown 17, Brown
3
2014 Georgetown
Football
September
20,
2014
–
Multi-Sport
Field D.C.)
BRWN vs Georgetown (Sep 20, 2014 at WASHINGTON,
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
MAR
8
32-72
68
25-10-3
57-140
0-0
4-124
5-92
1-0
10-37.5
0-0
7-60
26:23
3 of 14
0 of 0
0-0
1-5
RUSHING: Georgetown-Jo'el Kimpela 18-47; Daniel Wright 8-39; Kyle Nolan 4-20; Tim Barnes 1-minus 4;
TEAM 3-minus 8. Marist-Lucas 22-80; Calhoun 3-12; Clay, G. 1-1; TEAM 1-minus 1; Achziger 3-minus 5;
Francis 2-minus 15.
PASSING: Georgetown-Kyle Nolan 21-44-1-194; TEAM 0-1-0-0. Marist-Achziger 8-21-3-56; Francis
2-4-0-12.
RECEIVING: Georgetown-Jake DeCicco 6-60; Matthew Buckman 5-66; Justin Hill 4-40; M. Cimilluca 3-20;
Tommy Jesson 2-6; Jo'el Kimpela 1-2. Marist-Tralli, M. 5-41; Royce 2-6; Tralli, J. 1-8; Jordan 1-7;
Martin 1-6.
BRWN
16
31-88
215
34-19-2
65-303
0-0
1-23
4-66
1-1
5-43.6
2-2
5-21
28:20
5 of 14
0 of 1
1-2
2-15
GU
21
38-250
177
28-18-1
66-427
0-0
0-0
2-27
2-4
6-49.0
1-1
5-36
31:40
3 of 11
1 of 1
0-2
5-33
RUSHING: BRWN-Coke, Andrew 13-72; Strachan, Brian 5-14; Rosenbauer, S. 3-12; Grebenc, Robert 2-5;
Fuller, Marcus 6-minus 3; Moreno, Kyle 2-minus 12. Georgetown-Jo'el Kimpela 18-104; Daniel Wright
7-90; Kyle Nolan 8-36; Harry McCollum 1-13; Tommy Jesson 1-8; Justin Hill 1-3; TEAM 2-minus 4.
PASSING: BRWN-Fuller, Marcus 18-31-2-202; Moreno, Kyle 1-3-0-13. Georgetown-Kyle Nolan 18-28-1-177.
RECEIVING: BRWN-Romberg, Stian 5-32; Doles, Troy 4-68; Higgins, Reiley 3-38; Coke, Andrew 3-23;
Viox, Alex 1-33; Wyand, Conpr 1-19; Jette, Alex 1-5; Strachan, Brian 1-minus 3. Georgetown-Jake
DeCicco 5-68; Jo'el Kimpela 3-21; Matthew Buckman 2-29; Justin Hill 2-13; M. Cimilluca 2-12; Daniel
Wright 2-9; Tommy Jesson 1-13; Harrison Glor 1-12.
INTERCEPTIONS: BRWN-Walther, Jake 1-1. Georgetown-Ettian Scott 2-4.
INTERCEPTIONS: Georgetown-Phil Novacki 1-48; Nick Alfieri 1-42; Ettian Scott 1-0. Marist-Adler 1-0.
FUMBLES: BRWN-Coke, Andrew 1-1; Fuller, Marcus 1-1. Georgetown-Daniel Wright 1-1.
FUMBLES: Georgetown-None. Marist-None.
BRWN (0-1) vs. Georgetown (1-2)
Date: Sep 20, 2014 • Site: WASHINGTON, D.C. • Stadium: Multi-Sport Field
Attendance: 2262
Georgetown (1-2) vs. Marist (0-3)
Date: Sep 13, 2014 • Site: Poughkeepsie, N.Y. • Stadium: Tenney Stadium
Attendance: 1824
Kickoff time: 6:05 pm • End of Game: 8:48 pm • Total elapsed time: 2:43
Officials: Referee: Ron Patry; Umpire: Michael Rattley; Linesman: Eric Perrelli;
Line judge: Brian Doherty; Back judge: C. Crawford; Field judge: Robert Hertigan;
Side judge: John Albinger;
Temperature: 60 • Wind: NE 4 mph • Weather: Light rain
Kickoff time: 12:05 PM • End of Game: 2:41 PM • Total elapsed time: 2:36
Officials: Referee: Hank Johns; Umpire: Rick Shavensky; Linesman: Gene Higgins;
Line judge: John Bradbury; Back judge: Bryan Thomas; Field judge: Jeffrey Shears;
Side judge: Thomas O'Mara; Alternate: Rich DeMayo;
Temperature: 80 • Wind: 10 N-NE • Weather: Sunny
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
65
2014 BOX SCORES
Game 5 - Patriot League
Box ScoreOpener
(Final)
Colgate 19, Georgetown
0 Football
2014 Georgetown
September
27, 2014
– Andy
Kerr
Stadium
Georgetown
vs Colgate
(Sep 27, 2014
at Hamilton,
N.Y.)
Score by Quarters
Georgetown
Colgate
1
0
2
2
0
14
3
0
0
4
0
3
Score by Quarters
HARV
Georgetown
Total
0
19
GU COLGATE
14
16
31-35
47-319
128
30
29-15-0
12-4-1
60-163
59-349
0-0
0-0
0-0
4-53
3-54
2-33
1-0
0-0
9-31.6
5-41.4
2-1
2-0
5-50
9-93
28:32
31:28
2 of 13
2 of 12
0 of 1
1 of 3
0-0
1-1
1-7
5-48
RUSHING: Georgetown-Jo'el Kimpela 10-41; Kyle Nolan 13-14; Daniel Wright 5-5; Tommy Jesson 1-2;
Justin Hill 1-2; TEAM 1-minus 29. Colgate-Melville, Jake 14-128; Russell, D. 12-81; Holland, James
12-79; Wilkins, John 4-17; Travellin, J. 5-14.
PASSING: Georgetown-Kyle Nolan 15-28-0-128; TEAM 0-1-0-0. Colgate-Melville, Jake 4-12-1-30.
RECEIVING: Georgetown-Matthew Buckman 3-46; M. Cimilluca 3-35; Harrison Glor 3-14; Justin Hill 2-32;
Jo'el Kimpela 2-minus 14; Daniel Wright 1-13; Jake DeCicco 1-2. Colgate-Lalli, Brian 2-15; Russell,
D. 1-11; Quazza, John 1-4.
INTERCEPTIONS: Georgetown-Garrett Powers 1-0. Colgate-None.
FUMBLES: Georgetown-TEAM 1-0; Kyle Nolan 1-1. Colgate-Melville, Jake 2-0.
Georgetown (2-3,0-1) vs. Colgate (2-2,1-0)
Date: Sep 27, 2014 • Site: Hamilton, N.Y. • Stadium: Andy Kerr Stadium
Attendance: 4199
Kickoff time: 12:04 pm • End of Game: 3:05 • Total elapsed time: 3:01
Officials: Referee: W.Gosselin; Umpire: Rick Shavensky; Linesman: William Barrar;
Line judge: J.Czajkowski; Back judge: Steven Wood; Field judge: Bryant Ferguson;
Side judge: Brian Campbell;
Temperature: 70 • Wind: NNW 4 • Weather: Sunny
1
13
3
2
7
0
3
7
0
4
7
0
Total
34
3
Qtr Time Scoring play
1st 12:17 HARV - Casten, Andrew 2 yd run (Falloon, Ben kick), 6-55 2:43
08:19 GU - H. Darmstadter 36 yd field goal, 9-56 3:58
04:13 HARV - Casten, Andrew 22 yd run (Falloon, Ben kick failed), 10-79 3:59
2nd 00:55 HARV - Casten, Andrew 6 yd run (Flesher, Andrew kick), 9-87 3:05
3rd 01:22 HARV - Casten, Andrew 3 yd run (Flesher, Andrew kick), 10-73 3:30
4th 10:22 HARV - Foster, Joseph 27 yd pass from Hosch, Scott (Flesher, Andrew kick), 10-80 3:33
Qtr Time Scoring play
1st 08:45 COLGATE - TEAM safety
2nd 05:11 COLGATE - Afriyie, Pat 10 yd blocked punt return (Bowman, Jonah kick)
00:40 COLGATE - Melville, Jake 38 yd run (Bowman, Jonah kick), 8-67 3:08
4th 08:49 COLGATE - Bowman, Jonah 31 yd field goal, 10-33 5:18
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
Game 6 - First meeting
vs.(Final)
Harvard
Box Score
Harvard 34, Georgetown
3 Football
2014 Georgetown
OctoberHARV
6, vs
2014
–
Multi-Sport
Georgetown (Oct 04, 2014 atField
WASHINGTON, D.C.)
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
HARV
26
47-265
293
25-20-0
72-558
0-0
3-19
2-63
0-0
1-35.0
1-1
8-75
31:03
9 of 15
2 of 4
3-3
3-27
GU
18
27-74
153
33-16-0
60-227
1-31
0-0
2-36
0-0
5-45.2
1-0
5-39
28:57
5 of 14
0 of 2
1-2
0-0
RUSHING: HARV-Casten, Andrew 19-139; Smith, Semar 10-34; Brady, Blade 7-29; Fischer, Andrew 2-28;
Meyer, Jimmy 2-17; Hosch, Scott 4-14; Hill, Jimmie 2-6; Team 1-minus 2. Georgetown-Jo'el Kimpela
16-55; Isaac Ellsworth 2-26; Alex Valles 1-1; Kyle Nolan 8-minus 8.
PASSING: HARV-Hosch, Scott 20-25-0-293. Georgetown-Kyle Nolan 16-33-0-153.
RECEIVING: HARV-Smith, Seitu 4-41; Fischer, Andrew 4-16; Braunecker, Ben 3-53; Firkser, Anthon 2-80;
Casten, Andrew 2-49; Stewart, Jamie 2-24; Foster, Joseph 1-27; White, Alex 1-4; Simpson, Ryan
1-minus 1. Georgetown-Justin Hill 5-44; Jake DeCicco 3-37; M. Cimilluca 3-35; Matthew Buckman 3-21;
Justin Harrell 1-12; Troye Bullock 1-4.
INTERCEPTIONS: HARV-None. Georgetown-None.
FUMBLES: HARV-Firkser, Anthon 1-1. Georgetown-Kyle Nolan 1-0.
HARV (3-0,1-0) vs. Georgetown (2-4,0-1)
Date: Oct 04, 2014 • Site: WASHINGTON, D.C. • Stadium: Multi-Sport Field
Attendance: 2502
Kickoff time: 12:05 PM • End of Game: 2:35 • Total elapsed time: 2:20
Officials: Referee: Steve Cadorette; Umpire: Corey Landry; Linesman: Ray Renart;
Line judge: Mark Gazaille; Back judge: Bill Greider; Field judge: Peter Buchanan;
Side judge: Kyle Brownell; Alternate: Lou Hammond;
Temperature: 66 deg • Wind: • Weather: sunny
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
66
2014 BOX SCORES
Game 7 Box Score (Final)
Lafayette 24, Georgetown
21Football
2014 Georgetown
October Georgetown
11, 2014vs–Lafayette
Fisher
(OctStadium
11, 2014 at Easton, Pa.)
Score by Quarters
Georgetown
Lafayette
1
7
0
2
7
14
3
0
3
4
7
7
Score by Quarters
BUCKNELL
Georgetown
Total
21
24
Qtr Time Scoring play
1st 07:30 GU - Matthew Buckman 7 yd pass from Kyle Nolan (H. Darmstadter kick), 5-57 1:48
2nd 11:58 GU - Jo'el Kimpela 19 yd run (H. Darmstadter kick), 10-80 4:07
09:18 LAFAYETT - Scheuerman, R. 1 yd run (Gralish, Ryan kick), 10-60 2:40
04:38 LAFAYETT - Scheuerman, R. 4 yd run (Gralish, Ryan kick), 1-4 0:04
3rd 10:57 LAFAYETT - Gralish, Ryan 25 yd field goal, 10-55 4:03
4th 08:44 GU - Justin Hill 6 yd pass from Kyle Nolan (H. Darmstadter kick), 9-55 4:49
05:24 LAFAYETT - Scheuerman, R. 5 yd run (Gralish, Ryan kick), 9-63 3:20
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
GU LAFAYETT
24
16
42-282
40-103
165
147
30-22-2 26-17-2
72-447
66-250
1-0
0-0
3-13
3-100
5-102
4-63
2-6
2-41
5-40.8
4-39.8
2-1
2-1
9-115
7-53
35:11
24:49
4 of 11
7 of 14
0 of 1
0 of 1
3-4
4-4
3-37
4-10
PASSING: Georgetown-Kyle Nolan 22-30-2-165. Lafayette-Searfoss, Blake 17-26-2-147.
RECEIVING: Georgetown-M. Cimilluca 7-58; Justin Hill 3-31; Matthew Buckman 3-30; Jake DeCicco 3-25;
Jo'el Kimpela 3-14; Daniel Wright 3-7. Lafayette-Scheuerman, R. 6-31; Mrazek, Matt 3-41; Palumbo,
Rocco 3-21; Keller, Brian 2-23; Dixon, D. 2-20; Duncan, Mike 1-11.
INTERCEPTIONS: Georgetown-Porter Huntley 1-6; Garrett Powers 1-0. Lafayette-Roberts, Jared 1-41;
Parham, Phillip 1-0.
FUMBLES: Georgetown-Kyle Nolan 1-1; Daniel Wright 1-0. Lafayette-Searfoss, Blake 1-0; Scheuerman, R.
1-1.
Kickoff time: 3:30 pm • End of Game: 6:35 • Total elapsed time: 3:05
Officials: Referee: M.Overton; Umpire: N.Pergine; Linesman: F.Trevino;
Line judge: T.Meehan; Back judge: S.Toal; Field judge: G.Mota; Side judge: M.Smyth;
Temperature: 60 • Wind: None • Weather: Overcast
1
6
7
2
10
3
3
4
0
0
6
7
Total
22
17
Qtr Time Scoring play
1st 04:05 BUCKNELL - Williams, C.J. 3 yd run (Maurer, Derek kick failed), 17-97 9:57
03:15 GU - Matthew Buckman 67 yd pass from Kyle Nolan (H. Darmstadter kick), 2-71 0:43
2nd 12:07 BUCKNELL - Maurer, Derek 20 yd field goal, 5-22 1:59
09:15 GU - H. Darmstadter 34 yd field goal, 5-21 2:43
06:06 BUCKNELL - Williams, C.J. 8 yd run (Maurer, Derek kick), 6-79 3:03
4th 14:56 GU - Kyle Nolan 5 yd run (H. Darmstadter kick), 8-81 3:55
07:03 BUCKNELL - Carter, Will 22 yd pass from Nitti, R.J. (Nitti, R.J. pass failed), 8-55 3:40
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
RUSHING: Georgetown-Jo'el Kimpela 20-159; Daniel Wright 15-106; Kyle Nolan 6-15; Tim Barnes 1-2.
Lafayette-Scheuerman, R. 22-58; Brown, DeSean 5-40; Searfoss, Blake 9-5; Mayfield, Kyle 2-2; TEAM
2-minus 2.
Georgetown (2-5,0-2) vs. Lafayette (3-3,1-1)
Date: Oct 11, 2014 • Site: Easton, Pa. • Stadium: Fisher Stadium
Attendance: 3361
Game 8 - Homecoming
on(Final)
the Hilltop
Box Score
Bucknell 22, Georgetown
17
2014 Georgetown Football
vs Georgetown
(Oct 25,
2014 at WASHINGTON)
OctoberBUCKNELL
25, 2014
– Fisher
Stadium
BUCKNELL
20
43-172
171
24-13-1
67-343
0-0
2-41
4-86
1-26
6-26.3
1-1
8-77
35:36
6 of 14
1 of 1
3-3
2-9
GU
12
31-104
191
26-11-1
57-295
0-0
0-0
5-169
1--2
7-38.9
0-0
8-70
24:24
5 of 14
1 of 1
2-3
2-12
RUSHING: BUCKNELL-Williams, C.J. 32-136; DelMauro, Matt 7-49; Nitti, R.J. 4-minus 13.
Georgetown-Jo'el Kimpela 12-70; Kyle Nolan 8-20; Tim Barnes 1-6; Daniel Wright 9-6; TEAM 1-2.
PASSING: BUCKNELL-Nitti, R.J. 13-24-1-171. Georgetown-Kyle Nolan 11-26-1-191.
RECEIVING: BUCKNELL-Carter, Will 6-77; Kelly, Patrick 2-35; Jegede, Matthew 1-13; Williams, C.J.
1-13; DelMauro, Matt 1-12; Klingerman, C. 1-11; Hartman, Jake 1-10. Georgetown-Matthew Buckman 4-83;
Jake DeCicco 2-19; M. Cimilluca 2-19; Justin Hill 1-55; Phil Novacki 1-18; Tommy Jesson 1-minus 3.
INTERCEPTIONS: BUCKNELL-O'Brien, Nick 1-26. Georgetown-Ettian Scott 1-minus 2.
FUMBLES: BUCKNELL-Nitti, R.J. 1-1. Georgetown-None.
BUCKNELL (6-1,2-0) vs. Georgetown (2-6,0-3)
Date: Oct 25, 2014 • Site: WASHINGTON • Stadium: Multi-Sport Field
Attendance: 2437
Kickoff time: 2:05 PM • End of Game: 4:52 • Total elapsed time: 2:47
Officials: Referee: Karlton Derrick; Umpire: William O'Brien; Linesman: Kevin Taylor;
Line judge: Brian Sakowski; Back judge: Eric Hermick; Field judge: Jack O'Keefe;
Side judge: Sean O'Callagha; Alternate: Kevin Edwards;
Temperature: 64 deg • Wind: • Weather: sunny, cool
2014 GEORGETOWN FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
67
2014 BOX SCORES
Game 9 Box Score (Final)
Lehigh 27, Georgetown
19 Football
2014 Georgetown
November
2014 – Multi-Sport
Field
LEHIGH1,
vs Georgetown
(Nov. 1, 2014 at WASHINGTON,
D.C.)
Score by Quarters
LEHIGH
Georgetown
1
10
0
2
3
3
3
7
2
4
7
14
Score by Quarters
Georgetown
FORDHAM
Total
27
19
Qtr Time Scoring play
1st 08:06 LEHIGH - Pandy, Ryan 23 yd field goal, 10-51 3:39
04:00 LEHIGH - Pelletier, Troy 16 yd pass from Shafnisky, Nick (Pandy, Ryan kick), 7-31 3:52
2nd 10:12 GU - H. Darmstadter 34 yd field goal, 5-61 1:59
05:35 LEHIGH - Pandy, Ryan 21 yd field goal, 9-86 4:28
3rd 04:39 LEHIGH - Sodeke, Rich 8 yd pass from Shafnisky, Nick (Pandy, Ryan kick), 10-91 4:49
00:59 GU - TEAM safety
4th 13:48 GU - Jo'el Kimpela 1 yd run (H. Darmstadter kick blockd), 6-57 2:11
12:17 LEHIGH - Sodeke, Rich 6 yd run (Pandy, Ryan kick), 3-81 1:23
08:49 GU - Kyle Nolan 9 yd run (Jake DeCicco pass from Kyle Nolan), 9-65 3:28
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
LEHIGH
21
48-154
345
26-17-1
74-499
0-0
0-0
4-80
0-0
2-43.0
2-1
7-90
34:02
4 of 13
3 of 4
5-8
1-9
Game 10 Box Score (Final)
No. 7 Fordham 52,
Georgetown
2014
Georgetown Football7
November
15, 2014
– Jack(Nov
Coffey
Georgetown
vs #7 FORDHAM
15, 2014 Stadium
at Bronx, NY)
GU
20
35-220
135
33-15-0
68-355
0-0
1-3
6-124
1-8
5-39.0
3-1
4-35
25:58
4 of 14
1 of 3
3-4
2-19
1
0
7
PASSING: LEHIGH-Shafnisky, Nick 17-26-1-345. Georgetown-Kyle Nolan 15-32-0-135; TEAM 0-1-0-0.
RECEIVING: LEHIGH-Pelletier, Troy 7-187; Parris, Josh 6-62; Ruhl, Chris 1-42; Coyle, Tyler 1-27;
Gaul, Derek 1-19; Sodeke, Rich 1-8. Georgetown-M. Cimilluca 5-53; Daniel Wright 4-23; Jake DeCicco
3-33; Justin Hill 1-12; Matthew Buckman 1-7; Troye Bullock 1-7.
0
17
3
0
21
4
7
7
Total
7
52
Qtr Time Scoring play
1st 11:05 FOR - Pearcey, Kendal 1 yd run (Marando, Michae kick), 10-71 3:55
2nd 14:57 FOR - Marando, Michae 27 yd field goal, 16-56 5:19
10:34 FOR - Wetzel, Brian 34 yd pass from Maetzold, Peter (Marando, Michae kick), 6-47 3:01
03:41 FOR - Pearcey, Kendal 1 yd run (Marando, Michae kick), 3-49 0:30
3rd 10:22 FOR - Edmonds, Chase 1 yd run (Marando, Michae kick), 8-79 2:47
06:53 FOR - Ajala, Sam 54 yd pass from Maetzold, Peter (Marando, Michae kick), 4-57 1:45
01:41 FOR - Pearcey, Kendal 5 yd run (Marando, Michae kick), 7-80 2:30
4th 13:41 GU - Jake DeCicco 33 yd pass from Kyle Nolan (H. Darmstadter kick), 8-80 3:00
06:57 FOR - Anderson, Kevin 5 yd run (Marando, Michae kick), 5-23 2:07
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
RUSHING: LEHIGH-Sodeke, Rich 23-110; Yosha, Brandon 11-30; Shafnisky, Nick 10-10; Pelletier, Troy
2-8; TEAM 2-minus 4. Georgetown-Jo'el Kimpela 13-92; Kyle Nolan 14-57; Justin Hill 2-49; Daniel
Wright 5-22; Tommy Jesson 1-0.
2
GU
13
37-171
80
26-8-1
63-251
0-0
1--5
9-195
0-0
9-30.3
1-1
10-94
29:19
4 of 16
0 of 1
0-1
3-20
FOR
23
41-144
352
36-27-0
77-496
0-0
5-89
2-32
1-2
5-39.0
1-0
10-100
30:41
6 of 15
2 of 2
6-7
2-8
RUSHING: Georgetown-Jo'el Kimpela 15-102; Daniel Wright 5-36; Kyle Nolan 8-23; Tim Barnes 3-13;
Isaac Ellsworth 5-6; Justin Hill 1-minus 9. FORDHAM-Pearcey, Kendal 14-89; Edmonds, Chase 11-45;
Brevard, Jarred 6-22; Jones, Marcus 1-9; Anderson, Kevin 1-5; Soares, Kevin 1-2; Glogau, Nick 1-2;
DeSisto, Marc 1-minus 3; TEAM 2-minus 7; Maetzold, Peter 3-minus 20.
PASSING: Georgetown-Kyle Nolan 7-25-1-74; Tim Barnes 1-1-0-6. FORDHAM-Maetzold, Peter 15-19-0-285;
Nebrich, Mike 12-17-0-67.
INTERCEPTIONS: LEHIGH-None. Georgetown-David Akere 1-8.
RECEIVING: Georgetown-Jake DeCicco 3-44; M. Cimilluca 2-20; Justin Harrell 2-14; Matthew Buckman
1-2. FORDHAM-Wetzel, Brian 9-103; Jones, Tebucky 6-90; Ajala, Sam 3-124; Light, Dan 3-23; Pearcey,
Kendal 3-9; Brevard, Jarred 1-5; Marando, Michae 1-4; Edmonds, Chase 1-minus 6.
FUMBLES: LEHIGH-Shafnisky, Nick 2-1. Georgetown-Daniel Wright 2-1; Kyle Nolan 1-0.
INTERCEPTIONS: Georgetown-None. FORDHAM-Williams, Levon 1-2.
LEHIGH (2-6,1-2) vs. Georgetown (2-7,0-4)
Date: Nov. 1, 2014 • Site: WASHINGTON, D.C. • Stadium: Multi-Sport Field
Attendance: 1981
FUMBLES: Georgetown-Isaac Ellsworth 1-1. FORDHAM-Maetzold, Peter 1-0.
Georgetown (2-8,0-5) vs. FORDHAM (10-1,6-0)
Date: Nov 15, 2014 • Site: Bronx, NY • Stadium: Jack Coffey Field
Attendance: 5682
Kickoff time: 12:07 PM • End of Game: 2:57 PM • Total elapsed time: 2:50
Officials: Referee: Matt Overton; Umpire: Tom Augustin; Linesman: Frank Trevino;
Line judge: Lorenzo Evans; Back judge: Steve Toal; Field judge: Ryan Robinson;
Side judge: Matt Smyth;
Temperature: 48 deg • Wind: N 18 MPH • Weather: windy, overcast
2014
Kickoff time: 1:06pm • End of Game: 4:24pm • Total elapsed time: 3:18
Officials: Referee: Carlton Derrick; Umpire: William O'Brien; Linesman: Terrance Brown;
Line judge: Jarred Johnson; Back judge: Eric Hermick; Field judge: S. O'Callaghan;
Side judge: Bryant Ferguson;
GEORGETOWN
FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS
Temperature: 39 • Wind: [email protected] • Weather: Sunny
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