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Table of Contents

2010 FOOTBALL Schedule Sept. 4 at Davidson

6 p.m.

Sept. 11 at Lafayette *

6 p.m.

Sept. 18 at Yale

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2010 Schedule

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John J. DeGioia

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Daniel R. Porterfield, Ph.D.

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Lee Reed

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Head Coach Kevin Kelly

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Sept. 25 Holy Cross *§

2 p.m.

Oct. 2

at Colgate *

1 p.m.

2010 Captains

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Oct. 9

Wagner

1 p.m.

Meet the Hoyas

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Oct. 16 Bucknell *

1 p.m.

Multi-Sport Field

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Oct. 23 at Sacred Heart

1 p.m.

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Hoya Football Timeline / Fight Song

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Oct. 30 at Fordham *

1 p.m.

Nov. 13 Lehigh *

1 p.m.

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Nov. 20 Marist

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home games in bold played at Multi-Sport Field * Patriot League game § Homecoming

Assistant Coaches / Support Staff

In Memory of Joe Eacobacci

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Postseason & League Awards

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Patriot League

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Gridiron Club

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Credits The 2010 Georgetown Football Gameday Program is published by the Sports Information Office. It was written and compiled by Assistant Sports Information Director Ryan A. Sakamoto. Editing, coordination and assistance on the program was provided by Publications Coordinator Diana T. Pulupa. Editorial assistance provided by Bill Shapland, Mike “Mex” Carey, Barbara Barnes, Haley Rossiter, John Lim, Brian Burbank and the Georgetown footall staff. Photography by Rafael Suanes, Georgetown University Photographer Phil Humnicky, Ned Dishman and university archives. Design by Old Hat Creative; Norman, Okla. Printing by Frank Gumpert Printing; Annapolis, Md. Special thanks to Robert Smith and the Old Hat Creative staff as well as Matt Marzullo, Tina Friia and the Frank Gumpert staff.

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JOHN J.

DeGIOIA President

For over three decades, John J. DeGioia

has helped to define and strengthen Georgetown University as a premier institution for education and research. Since graduating from the University in 1979, he has served both as a senior administrator and as a faculty member. On July 1, 2001, he became Georgetown’s 48th president. As president, Dr. DeGioia is deeply committed to sustaining academic excellence at Georgetown. He has helped to recruit intellectual leaders to the faculty and secured substantial funding for scholarly research and academic programs. Under Dr. DeGioia’s leadership, the University completed in December 2003 the largest fund-raising effort in University history, the Third Century Campaign. The $1 billion capital campaign benefited Georgetown’s Main, Medical, and Law Center campuses to secure endowment funds for curriculum and faculty support, increase student financial aid, and build and renovate facilities. In 2002-2003, Dr. DeGioia oversaw the largest expansion of campus facilities, with the

DANIEL R. PORTERFIELD, Ph.D. SENIOR Vice-president for strategic development

Daniel R. Porterfield, Ph.D. (C’83) serves as Senior Vice President for Strategic Development and as Assistant Professor of English. Porterfield has played an oversight role with Athletics for the past seven years, including serving as Interim Athletics Director in 2009-10, chairing the search process that recruited current Athletics Director Lee E. Reed to the Francis X. Rienzo Chair of

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Southwest Quadrangle - a one million squarefoot complex of student housing; study, seminar and music rooms; and a new Jesuit Community Residence - at the forefront. Dr. DeGioia addresses broader issues in higher education as a Chair of the Board of Directors of Campus Compact and of the Forum for the Future of Higher Education. He also serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities; the Board of Directors for the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities; the Executive Committee of the Council on Competitiveness; the Business-Higher Education Forum; the Steering Committee of the Talloires Network; the Big East Conference Executive Committee; and is a Commissioner on the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics. To prepare young people for leadership roles in the global community, Dr. DeGioia has expanded opportunities for intercultural and interreligious dialogue, welcomed world leaders to campus, and convened international conferences to address challenging issues. He represents Georgetown at the World Economic Forum, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO, where he recently served as Chair of the Education Committee. Dr. DeGioia has enhanced Georgetown’s relationship with the many political, cultural, corporate, and economic resources of Washington, D.C. He serves on the Greater Washington Board of Trade and the Federal City Council. Dr. DeGioia is

also a strong supporter of Georgetown’s social justice initiatives that seek to improve opportunities for Washington’s underserved neighborhoods. As the first lay president of a Jesuit university, Dr. DeGioia places special emphasis on sustaining and strengthening Georgetown’s Catholic and Jesuit identity and its responsibility to serve as a voice and an instrument for justice. He has also been a strong advocate for inter-religious dialogue. He is a member of the Order of Malta, a lay religious order of the Roman Catholic Church dedicated to serving the sick and the poor. Dr. DeGioia is a Professorial Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy. He earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Georgetown University in 1979 and his PhD in Philosophy from the University in 1995. He has most recently taught “Ethics and Global Development,” “Human Rights: A Culture in Crisis,” and a seminar on “Ways of Knowing.” Prior to his appointment as president, Dr. DeGioia held a variety of senior administrative positions at Georgetown, including senior vice president, responsible for university-wide operations, and dean of student affairs. In 2004, he was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Academia from the Sons of Italy. And he was named a Washingtonian of the Year by The Washingtonian magazine in 2008. Dr. DeGioia was raised in Orange, Connecticut, and Hanford, California. He and his wife, Theresa Miller DeGioia, a Georgetown alumna, and their son, John Thomas, live in Washington, D.C.

Athletics at Georgetown, and strengthening student-athlete leadership opportunities. Porterfield has served as a senior leader at Georgetown for more than 13 years. As senior vice president for strategic development, he leads university initiatives in government relations, social impact strategy, communications, branding, and new project development. In 2010-11, he is leading a strategic planning process to enhance the scope and impact of the University’s Center for Social Justice. An English professor who teaches literature courses dealing with human rights, education and social justice, he is the recipient of the 2003 Dorothy M. Brown Award for outstanding service to students, the 2008 Edward B. Bunn, S.J. Award for Faculty Excellence in Georgetown College, and the 2010 Faculty of the Year Award from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service.

Porterfield is a 1983 graduate of Georgetown College and was a recipient of a Rhodes Scholarship and a Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities. He earned his Ph.D. degree at The City University of New York Graduate Center. Prior to coming to Georgetown in 1997, he served for four years as a senior aide to Health and Human Services Secretary Donna E. Shalala. In the 1980’s Dr. Porterfield founded Georgetown University’s D.C. Schools Project and After School Kids Program, two on-going social justice projects that allow several hundred students a year to work with immigrant children and at-risk youth. He now serves on the board of directors of The Cristo Rey Network, Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School, and Jesuit Refugee Service/USA. Dr. Porterfield is married to Karen A. Herrling (C ‘84, L ‘90). They have three children and live on campus in faculty housing.


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LEE

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

Lee Reed was named the 17th director

of athletics (Francis X. Rienzo chair) at Georgetown University in April 2010. As director of athletics, Reed will oversee the operations of all Georgetown University intercollegiate athletics programs, which includes 29 sports and more than 750 student-athletes Reed takes over for Daniel R. Porterfield, Ph.D., Georgetown’s senior vice-president for strategic development who served as interim director of athletics during the 2009-10 academic year. Reed comes to Georgetown after serving as the director of athletics at Cleveland State University in Ohio for eight years. A former basketball standout at Cleveland State, he joined the Vikings Athletics Department in the summer of 2002. “Lee is committed to educational excellence and competitive success and I am confident that with his leadership we will continue to recruit and support first-rate coaches and studentathletes who maintain the University’s tradition of academic and athletic success,’ Georgetown University President John J. DeGioia said. “This has been a thorough search process and we look forward to the contributions he will make to our athletics program and the lives of our student-athletes.” Under Reed’s leadership the Viking athletics program moved into the upper ranks of the Horizon League and was recognized as one of the top programs in the state of Ohio. Reed oversaw a department that captured 11 Horizon League Championships, as well as six runner-up finishes in the last three years. In addition, Cleveland State University has been represented at the NCAA Championship 15 times during that span. Reed’s plan and vision led the Vikings to claim the James J. McCafferty Trophy during the 2007-08 season, an honor recognizing the Horizon League’s all-sport champion. It was the first

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time that CSU captured the award. CSU won the league’s Men’s All-Sports Award, while the Vikings finished third in the Women’s All-Sports Award. The Vikings, who had never finished higher than fifth place in the McCafferty standings, became just the fourth current Horizon League school to win the award. Reed is well-respected nationally, having represented the Horizon League on the NCAA Management Council and as the president of the NCAA I-AAA Athletic Director’s Association in 2007-08. He is also a member of the NCAA Basketball Academic Enhancement Group, a working group composed of presidents, chancellors, head coaches, commissioners, athletic directors and faculty athletic representatives, which was established to develop strategies to enhance the academic performance and graduation rates of NCAA Division I men’s basketball. Reed has served as chairman of the John McLendon Memorial Minority Postgraduate Scholarship Awards committee, which is operated through NACDA, Reed also served

as a member of the Board of Directors of the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission. In March of 2005, he was named one of the 50 Most Powerful African-Americans in Sports by Black Enterprise magazine. Reed rejoined the Vikings after spending the previous seven years (1995-02) at Eastern Michigan University, the last four as associate athletic director for internal affairs. As associate athletic director, Reed oversaw all internal affairs of the department, including compliance, operations and facilities. He had administrative oversight for seven Olympic sports, coordinating fund raising, budget development and the hiring and evaluation of coaches. He administered the athletic department’s $3.5 million grant-in-aid budget that covered 21 sports. A four-year letterman in men’s basketball at Cleveland State, Reed played on teams that compiled a 61-47 mark, serving as team captain for the 1982-83 season. Reed then served as an assistant men’s basketball coach at the University of New Mexico from 1984-86. He later received a master’s degree in sports administration from UNM in 1994.

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hen Kevin Kelly was named head football coach at Georgetown University in January 2006, one of his chief goals was to help lay the foundation for what he hopes will not only be a successful program in the Patriot League and at the Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) level, but a program that will be a model off the field as well. Kelly hit the ground running when he started on the Hilltop, securing his staff over the course of two months, pounding the pavement for a 30-man recruiting class and gearing the returning players up for 15 practices over four weeks. The coaching staff preached of a “Fanatical Effort” to the team, helping to keep the student-athletes focused on a successful season. Throughout the course of the last four seasons, Kelly and his staff have emphasized the building of a complete program. Members of the team joined together to visit children in the Intensive Care Unit at the Georgetown University Hospital at the start of the 2006 season and participated in walks to benefit brain cancer research as part of the Students of Ailing Mothers and Fathers (AMF), a support group organized by 2006 graduate David Fajgenbaum. Fajgenbaum, who created what is now the National Students of AMF, was a finalist for the Rhodes Scholarship and was named to the American Football Coaches Association All-Good Works Team. Over the past three seasons, members of the team joined 2010 graduate Jon Cassidy as he was among a group of players who ventured to Arlington National Cemetery to lay wreaths on the graves of fallen soldiers as part of Wreaths Across America. Also during this time, members of the football team participated in the annual Relay for Life on campus, an overnight event that allows participants to fight in the battle against cancer. In the classroom, Georgetown football players have excelled. In 2008, defensive end Ataefiok Etukeren and wide receiver Brent Tomlinson earned College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-District honors, while more Georgetown players (62) were selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll in the past two seasons than any other team in the league. On the field, the Hoyas win-loss record has not been what the team had hoped for, but threestraight recruiting classes of at least 25 studentathletes have provided the program with a young two-deep depth chart that has the coaches excited for the coming years of Georgetown football. Along the way, there have been several strong individual performances for the team. Former defensive end Alex Buzbee capped off a spectacular career in 2006 by earning honorable mention AllAmerica honors and first team All-Patriot League kudos. He signed a free agent contract with the Washington Redskins during the summer of 2007

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and was moved to the team’s active roster during the 2007 season. Buzbee is currently playing for the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL. Etukeren also signed with the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted free agent prior to the 2009 season. One of Kelly’s first recruits, running back Charlie Houghton, was named the 2006 Patriot League’s Rookie of the Year, the first Georgetown player to win a major conference award since GU joined the league in 2001. In 2008, senior fullback Kyle Van Fleet was named Second Team All-Patriot League and was named the league’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year. In addition, Van Fleet was the recipient of Georgetown’s Robert A. Duffey Scholar-Athlete Award, presented to the student-athlete who best embodies academic and athletic excellence. Quarterback Matt Bassuener, a seldom-used player during his first two seasons, came off the bench in 2006 and started seven games, throwing for 1,359 yards and 15 touchdowns. He started every game in 2007, graduated as the all-time leader in completion percentage and among the top 10 alltime in passing yardage and signed to play with the Louisville Fire of Arena Football 2. After the Hoyas finished the 2006 regular season, Kelly and his staff had the opportunity to coordinate off-season workouts on the Hilltop for the first time. Members of the squad split into six different teams and the coaching staff coordinated the “Super Star Olympics” at the end of the sessions, an event that included sprint relay races, a dunking contest and a hot-dog eating contest. The “Super Star Olympics” were held again following the 2007 season and have now become a highlight of the off-season training sessions. Kelly came to the Hilltop after four years as the special teams coordinator/linebackers coach at the United States Naval Academy, where he helped lead the Midshipmen to tremendous success during that span. Navy advanced to three bowl games and posted a 26-11 record during the last three seasons (2003-05). “Providing the students at Georgetown with an outstanding opportunity to grow and learn about themselves through competition is the central objective of all of our athletic programs here at Georgetown,” Georgetown University President John J. DeGioia said. “Coach Kelly brings a wealth of experience, ability and energy to achieving that objective in the sport of Football.” “This is a great opportunity and I’m excited to take over as the Georgetown head coach,” Kelly said. “There is a tremendous amount of potential for football in Washington and we’re confident that we can guide the Hoya program to the top of the Patriot League.” Navy won three Commander-in-Chief’s titles during his time in Annapolis (2003-05), won the 2004 Emerald Bowl, the 2005 Poinsettia Bowl and participated in the 2003 Houston Bowl. In 2004, Kelly’s efforts helped Navy finish 26th in the country in scoring defense (19.83) as the team won a school record-tying 10 games; in 2003, he helped the defense finish 14th in the nation in pass defense, 42nd in pass efficiency defense (116th the year before), 34th in total defense and 34th in scoring defense (108th the year before) as Navy won eight games. “Kevin played a vital role in helping us get the program turned around at Navy and we certainly

appreciate the effort of both he, and his family, and we look forward to watching him be successful at Georgetown,” Navy Head Football Coach Paul Johnson. “He’s a highly motivated and organized individual and I’m sure he will do a great job for Georgetown football.” Prior to joining Navy, Kelly spent two years (2000-01) at Marshall, one of two coaching stints with the Thundering Herd, where he was the defensive coordinator. In 2000, Marshall won the Mid-American Conference Championship and the Motor City Bowl and they followed that up with a win at the 2001 GMAC Bowl. Kelly also worked at Marshall from 1996-98, when the team was making the transition from the I-AA level to I-A. In 1996, the team won the Southern Conference en route to the Division I-AA National Championship. They won back-toback Mid-American Conference Championships in 1996-97, reaching the Motor City Bowl in both years, and winning it the second time. His most successful season was in 1998 when Marshall’s defense ranked 23rd nationally, including 16th in scoring defense, 14th against the pass and 25th against the run. Kelly spent a year at Syracuse (1999), where he was the defensive backfield coach when the team won the Music City Bowl. That was his second stint with the Orangemen, as he was a graduate assistant/assistant linebackers coach there from 1986-88, when the team won the 1987 Lambert Cup and reached the 1988 Sugar Bowl. Kelly’s other Division I-A experience came at Tulane (1992-94), where he was the linebackers coach. He also spent time at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, where he served as the offensive backfield coach and the linebackers coach. The Big Green won the 1991 Ivy League title. Kelly has also had coaching stints at Northeastern (1989-90), Bowdoin College (1998) and Southern Connecticut State University (1984-85). A 1982 graduate of Springfield (Mass.) College, Kelly earned a bachelor of science degree in physical education and played football for three years as an undergraduate. He earned a master’s degree in physical education from Southern Connecticut State in 1986. His first coaching job was at Longmeadow High School in Massachusetts, where he was the defensive coordinator and defensive backfield coach in 1981. After graduating from Springfield in 1982, Kelly went to The Fieldston School, where he was the head coach for two years. He also served as a junior varsity basketball coach and the head track and field coach. During Kelly’s 20-plus years of experience in coaching at the collegiate level, he has recruited numerous players who have gone on to professional careers, including former Marshall quarterback (and Washington, D.C. native) Byron Leftwich, who played in the National Football League with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Kelly has predominantly recruited on the East Coast, with emphasis in Washington, Maryland and New Jersey. Kelly and his wife, Kathy, live in McLean, Va. They have a daughter, Alexandra, who is a senior at Notre Dame, and two sons, Patrick, who is a freshman at West Virginia, and Ryan (17).

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ASSISTANT COACHES

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ob Sgarlata, a 1994 Georgetown alum who ranks among the top-10 on the school’s career rushing list, returns for his 16th season with the program. Sgarlata will serve as the team’s assistant head coach and defensive coordinator, while working specifically with the secondary. Sgarlata also serves as the program’s academic coordinator and coordinates all video and computer related tasks. During his time at Georgetown, Sgarlata has tutored several players who went on to have tremendous careers on the Hilltop. Defensive end Alex Buzbee, a 2006 graduate, thrived under Sgarlata, earning All-America honors in 2006 while being named to the first team All-Patriot League, the third straight year

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ave Patenaude was named offensive coordinator at Georgetown University in April 2010. Patenaude comes to the Hilltop after serving for three seasons on the coaching staff at Hofstra University, the last two as the team’s offensive coordinator. A former head football coach at Division II University of New Haven, he served as the Pride’s quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator in 2007. Hofstra ranked fifth in the conference and 26th in the nation in passing offense in 2007. Under Patenaude’s guidance Pride

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he had earned all-conference distinctions. Sgarlata continued to work with him following the conclusion of the 2006 season and Buzbee signed a free agent contract with the Washington Redskins. Buzbee is currently playing with the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League (CFL). Sgarlata was influential in molding Michael Ononibaku into a two-time AllPatriot League first team performer and one of the best defensive linemen at the Football Championship Subdivision Level, as he earned first team All-American honors from the American Football Coaches Association in 2005. Sgarlata also coached defensive back Brian Tandy in 2006, helping the senior earn second team All-Patriot League honors. He coached the offensive line in the 2001 campaign and for the four seasons prior to that, Sgarlata coached both the receivers and the tight ends. During the 1995 and 1996 season, Sgarlata served as the defensive line coach. Sgarlata coached two-time first team AllMetro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) selection and former assistant coach Gharun Hester, who is GU’s all-time leading receiver. Hester was named the Don Hansen’s National Weekly Football Gazette’s I-AA Non-

Scholarship Receiver of the Year in 1999. He coached seven All-MAAC performers, including 1996 MAAC Defensive Player of the Year Janne Kouri and 1999 Co-Offensive Player of the Year J.J. Mont. Sgarlata was an outstanding player as an undergraduate at Georgetown. He is 10th on the school’s career rushing list and served as team captain in 1993. He led the team in rushing in 1992 and 1993. At the conclusion of his senior season, Sgarlata was the recipient of the John J. Hagerty Award presented annually to Georgetown’s Outstanding Back. He graduated in 1994 from the College of Arts & Sciences with a degree in government and international relations. Sgarlata is currently pursuing a master’s degree in sport industry management from Georgetown. Sgarlata also excelled in the classroom. He was 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. Rob married Dr. Ashley Humphries on June 16, 2007 at the Georgetown campus. The couple resides in Washington, D.C.

quarterback Bryan Savage ranked fourth in the CAA and 15th in the FCS in total offense in 2007. In 2008, with a young offense that lost two starting quarterbacks to injuries, the Pride ranked fifth in the conference in rushing and seventh in total offense. Patenaude came to Hofstra after three seasons at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass. He served as running backs coach for the Crusaders in 2004 and 2005 before becoming the special teams coordinator and wide receivers coach in 2006. While at Holy Cross he coached twotime All-America tailback Steve Silva, who also led the nation in all-purpose yards in 2005. A 1990 graduate of Central Connecticut State University, Patenaude was a threeyear starting quarterback and free safety. He began his collegiate coaching career in 1991 as running backs coach at the United States Coast Guard Academy. After one season at the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Conn., he moved on to Springfield (Mass.) College, where he served as wide receivers

and running backs coach in 1991 and 1993. While at Springfield he completed a master’s degree in physical education and sports management. In 1994, Patenaude began a four-year tenure at Fordham University, serving as tight ends coach his first season, special teams coordinator and wide receivers from 1995 through 1997, and adding quarterbacks coach to his double-duty during his final two seasons. He moved south in New York City in 1998 to begin a four-year tenure at Columbia University. He served as wide receivers coach for the Lions from 1998 through 2000, adding the quarterback coach’s responsibilities in 2000 and 2001, and became Columbia’s offensive coordinator in 2001. In 2002, Patenaude was named the head football coach at the University of New Haven (Conn.) where he served for two seasons. During his tenure, two New Haven standouts went on to the National Football League before the Chargers gridiron program was dropped following the 2003 season.

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ASSISTANT COACHES ADAM

BANKS

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4th SEASON

MATT

DENCE

ASSISTANT COACH/ WIDE RECEIVERS

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dam Banks is entering his third season as a full-time assistant coach with the Georgetown football program, but his fourth year on Coach Kelly’s staff. Banks’ responsibilities include coaching Georgetown’s running backs. Banks was promoted to a full-time assistant in May 2008 after spending his first season as a defensive assistant. In his third year on the Hilltop, Banks oversaw the wide receivers and slots in 2008 and 2009, while assisting Kelly with recruiting efforts. In 2010 Banks will focus his efforts on the teams’ stable of running backs.

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A four-year letterwinner from 2001-04, Banks played defensive back. He finished his career in 2004 after appearing in 47 games, registering 84 tackles (61 solo), six interceptions and 13 pass deflections. Following his graduation from Georgetown, Banks interned at The Potomac School in Virginia, working in the athletic department offices and serving as a coach for the football, basketball and track & field teams. Banks, who earned his bachelor’s degree in English, finished a Master’s of Education in professional studies from Marymount University in Arlington, Va. in July 2007.

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American Nate Lawrie ‘04, who was drafted in the sixth round by Tampa Bay. Prior to his arrival in New Haven, Conn., he was a linebacker coach and video coordinator for Amherst College in 2001, coached the offensive line and tight ends at Springfield College during the 1999 and 2000 campaigns, and worked with the 1998 King’s College secondary. Dence earned his undergraduate degree from King’s in 1998 and completed his Master of Physical Education from Springfield in 2002. The Philadelphia native is a 1994 graduate of Father Judge High School.

att Dence was named an assistant coach at Georgetown in April 2010. His responsibilities will include coaching the Hoyas’ corps of wide receivers. Dence comes to the Hilltop after spending three seasons at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, where he served as Offensive Coordinator, while coaching quarterbacks in addition to duties as strength coach. He joined Bates after five years at Yale University, the last three as the team’s wide receivers coach. He also served as special teams coordinator. Dence, who coached the tight ends for two years, mentored All-


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rad Dunlay enters his fifth year coaching the offensive line for the Georgetown football program. During Dunlay’s first year with the Hoyas in 2006, the Georgetown offensive line was

DOUG

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oug Goodwin was named the Hoyas’ defensive line coach in June 2010. His responsibilities will include coaching the Hoyas’ defensive lineman. A former college standout at Boston College, Goodwin had stints in the NFL, with NFL Europe and in the Arena Football League. He spent the 2009 season with Hofstra as

LUKE

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5th SEASON

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uke Thompson is in his fifth season with the Georgetown program, coaching the linebackers and serving as the special teams coordinator. On the Hilltop, Thompson has helped develop a talented linebacking corps during the last four seasons, including 2008 graduate Stephen Smith, a captain who was the recipient of the prestigious No. 35 jersey. Thompson has molded the Hoyas’ current

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a key factor in helping then-freshman Charlie Houghton earn Patriot League Rookie of the Year honors, the first major award for a Georgetown player since joining the league. In 2007, the front five helped senior Kyle Van Fleet on his way to earning second team AllPatriot League honors and were responsible for protecting quarterback Matt Bassuener, who threw for the most completions (211) in a single season at Georgetown and had the seventh-most passing yardage (1,874) in a season. In 2009, Dunlay’s offensive line helped the Hoyas pass for 2,093, including a 332-yard passing game against Yale for then freshman QB Isaiah Kempf. Dunlay came to the Hilltop after spending the previous five years at Maine Maritime

Academy, where he was an assistant coach and guided the offensive line. While at Maine Maritime, Dunlay was involved in the day-today operations of the program, working to implement practice plans, breaking down of film, assisting weight room supervision and handling recruiting. He helped the Mariners to a 7-3 record last season, including an appearance in the ECAC North Atlantic Championship Game. A native of Sauquoit, New York, Dunlay is a 1999 graduate of Springfield (Mass.) College. He returned to his alma mater to earn his Master’s Degree in athletic administration in 2001. Dunlay and his wife, Sarah, have a daughter, Brooke (2).

the team posted a 5-6 record during its final season of football. Goodwin joined the Pride after spending two years on staff at Boston College. He spent nearly two and a half years as a video graduate assistant at Boston College and was responsible for managing in-house and online video and analysis for offensive and defensive personnel. He also coordinated the recruiting travel itineraries for coaches, and planned player activities and team functions during home games and road trips. Goodwin also was involved in strategic game-planning and the recruitment of prospective studentathletes. A four-year starter at Boston College on defense, Goodwin was an All-BIG EAST second team selection in 2004 and was a member of four bowl-winning teams during his tenure. Following his senior season, he

was chosen to play in the East-West Shrine Game and the Hula Bowl. He then received an invitation to the Baltimore Ravens training camp and played in three preseason games in 2004. In 2005 he participated in the training camp of the Frankfurt Galaxy of NFL Europe, before a playing stint with the Wilkes-Barre/ Scranton Pioneers of Arena II Football League. In 2005, Goodwin was in training camp with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League and then was on the practice squad of the Arizona Rattlers (Arena I Football League) from 2005 to 2006 before going back to Boston College. Goodwin holds a bachelor’s in psychology from Boston College and then graduated summa cum laude with a master’s in administrative studies in August 2008.

stable of linebackers to be among the team’s strengths with standout performers including senior and two-year captain Nick Parrish along with seniors Patrick O’Donnell and Paul Sant’Ambrogio. His work with the special teams group has been highlighted by the play of kicker Eric Bjonerud, who was responsible for all extra points and field goals in 2006-07, and Jose Pablo-Buerba, a walk-on in 2008 who handled most of the kicking duties. Thompson will work with six new kickers and punters, all beginning their first season with the Georgetown football program in 2010. Thompson came to Georgetown after two years at Harvard, where he coached the team’s outside linebackers. He helped guide Harvard to a perfect season in 2004, as the Crimson went 10-0 and won the Ivy League title. The Crimson held its last six opponents to 14 points or fewer, allowed just one touchdown in its last three games, shut out two opponents, and allowed an average

of just 13.4 points per game. Thompson spent two seasons (2002, 2003) as an assistant at Division III Amherst College, where he oversaw the inside linebackers and served as the team’s video coordinator. Amherst’s defense posted four shutouts during the 2003 season. Prior to his time at Amherst, Thompson spent two seasons (1999, 2000) as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Holy Cross. He began his coaching career in 1998 as the offensive line and tight ends coach at Bowdoin College. Thompson was a two-year letterwinner in football at Division II Assumption College. He graduated in 1998 with a degree in foreign affairs/economics. Thompson and his wife, Kristin, live in Alexandria, Va. They have one daughter, Madelyn.

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aurice Banks enters his first season as an assistant coach with the Georgetown football program. Banks will serve as an assistant for the Hoyas defensive backfield. Banks starred for the Georgetown football team from 2002-2005, serving as team captain in 2005. He was an All-Patriot League honoree in 2004 and 2005. He also earned the John L. Hagerty Outstanding Back Award in 2005. At the conclusion of his playing career on the Hilltop, Banks acted as a player coach in Marburg, Germany for the Marburg Mercenaries where he played and coached the

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defensive backs and played quarterback. Also, coached the youth team made up of German youths from 12-17 to an 8-3 record. In 2008, Banks moved to Bergamo, Italy where he played and coached the Bergamo Lions. He worked as a defensive backs coach in addition to playing wide receiver, quarterback and special teams. He spent last season playing in the AFL 2 with the Boise Burn. Banks has also spent the last two seasons as a volunteer coach at Gwynn Park High School in Brandywine, Md. Banks graduated from Georgetown in 2006 with a bachelor of arts in sociology and a minor in music.

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starter at safety and served as the team’s captain during his senior season. He was a two-time All-NESCAC First Team safety. He earned Bates College’s Defensive Player of the Year during his junior season and earned the Goddard Award during his senior year. McAllister, a Exeter, New Hampshire native earned his bachelor of arts degree in history from Bates in 2010.

yle McAllister is in his first season as an assistant coach with the Georgetown football program. McAllister will serve as an assistant for the Hoyas defensive backfield. McAllister will begin his first season of coaching after spending the past four years as a member of the Div. III Bates College football team. At Bates, McAllister was a three-year

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att Webb is in his first season as an assistant coach with the Georgetown football program. A former United States Marine, Webb was a threeyear starting long-snapper at the University of Louisville. He was a member of the Louisville team that played in the 2007 Orange Bowl, helped to set an NCAA record for consecutive extra points in a season (77) and was a contributing factor of 2006 Lou Groza award winner Art Carmody. Webb spent two years (2007-09) with the National Collegiate Scouting Association in Chicago, where he was responsible for analyzing the athletic and academic data of 550 high school studentathletes. He also spent a year (2006) with the Louisville Bats, the AAA affiliate of Major League Baseball’s Cincinnati Reds. Webb was an infantry mortarman in the Marine Corps from 19982002, serving with Weapons Company, 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines. A squad leader, he was responsible for the day-to-day work activities and welfare of a six person unit. He earned his bachelor of science in sports administration from Louisville in 2006.

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2009: Started all 11 games at linebacker as a junior … Led the team in tackles for the second-straight season, registering 110 stops … Ranked first in the Patriot League in tackles per game (10.0) … Had six games with at least 10 tackles … Set a career-high with 17 tackles against Yale … Notched 12 tackles against Lafayette … Had 10 tackles against Howard … Recorded 12 tackles at Lehigh … Had 14 tackles against Richmond … Closed out the season with 12 tackles against Fordham. 2008: A starter at linebacker in all 10 games his sophomore season … Led the team, and finished fourth in the Patriot League, with 73 tackles … Had 19 solo stops and 54 assists … 10th in the Patriot League with nine tackles-for-loss … Had at least six tackles in nine games … Set a career-high with 12 tackles, including two quarterback sacks and one forced fumble, against Lafayette ... Had 11 tackles against Holy Cross … In the game against Holy Cross, he returned two interceptions for touchdowns, one of 95 yards and one of 31 yards … 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 … Also had nine tackles, including four for losses, at Yale … Had eight tackles apiece against Penn and Lehigh … Closed out the season by tying his career high with 12 tackles against Fordham. 2007: Enjoyed a solid freshman season … Appeared in all 11 games, starting the final eight … Finished second on the team in tackles with 74 total … Finished the season 11th in the Patriot League in tackles, the most of any freshman in the conference … Had three tacklesfor-loss and one sack … Named the Patriot League Rookie of the Week on October 1 after registering a career-high 12 stops against Cornell … Tallied 11 stops against Fordham … Had at least four tackles in eight games … Finished with eight against Holy Cross … Registered seven tackles apiece against in each of the final three games (at Lehigh, Marist and Colgate). High School: A two-year letterwinner in football and a three-year letterwinner in track … Captain of the football team senior year … Earned Defensive MVP and First Team All-District honors … Coached by Bob Wunderlick in football and Bob Molyet in track. Personal: Born on July 27, 1989 in Irving, Texas … The son of Robert and Valerie Parish … An honor roll student and a member of the African American Student Union … plans to study International Business.

DAN SEMLER senior / OFFENSIVE LINE / 6-3 / 280 Annandale, Va./W.T. Woodson / Major: McDonough School of Business

2009: Appeared in 11 games last season … Started every game at left tackle. 2008: Appeared in nine games last season … A starter at left tackle. 2007: Appeared in three games. High School: A three-year letterwinner in football and a two-year letterwinner in basketball … Started three years at offensive tackle … Captain of the basketball team his senior year … Earned Rookie of the Year and Second Team All-District Honors his sophomore year, Offensive Lineman of the Year honors in his junior year, and MVP honors in his senior year. Personal: Born January 31, 1989 in Fairfax, VA … The Son of Michael Semler and Shavaun Wall … Has one brother, Matt, who attends UVA, and a sister Jenica, who attends Tulane … Father, Michael, attended Georgetown … President of National Honors Society, a member of Spanish Honor Society, and a four-year winner of the Scholar Athlete Award … Planning to major in economics, politics, or business.

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The 2005 season marked a new beginning in the history of the Georgetown football program. The opening of Phase I of the new Multi-Sport Facility in the fall of 2005 was the first step towards completion of the Hoyas’ new home. The Multi-Sport Field, a FieldTurf surface, is home to football and the men’s and women’s lacrosse teams. Located at the center of campus, the facility currently has a seating capacity of 2,500, but upon completion will accommodate a seating capacity of 4,500 (2,000 in the East stands and 2,500 in the West stands). A new multi-purpose field of FieldTurf will allow year-round practices and games for football and men’s and women’s lacrosse.

The Multi-Sport Facility, the most significant undertaking in the history of Georgetown athletics, will provide a new and adequately sized gathering place for the Georgetown community, including hundreds of athletic, academic, educational and recreational opportunities throughout the years to engage students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents, neighbors and friends. Situated at the heart of campus and adjacent to the Southwest Quad, Village C and Harbin Dorms, the Multi-Sport Facility will serve as a natural hub for walkway “spokes,” enabling all the amenities and spaces of the campus to be interconnected for use and enjoyment on a 24/7 basis. The central location guarantees audiences for future events

on the Hilltop, while providing a pastoral focal point for all who look down from the dorms. The facility will be built in a phased sequence to minimize the effect on game schedules and to allow for greater integration among facility projects. The first phase, unveiled on September 17, 2005 for the Hoyas football home opener against Brown, included the construction of the artificial turf field and the implementation of temporary stands and press box. The next phases will include the completion of the stands, permanent fencing, a two-level press box, support spaces, locker rooms, video and conference rooms and training room, as well as a new video scoreboard.

GUHoyas.com is in its sixth season powered by CBS College Sports, the premier website design and hosting company for college athletics. After launching in March 2005, GUHoyas.com has seen viewership rise to nearly 100,000 visitors a month. Those numbers will continue to grow as more fans log on to get behind the scenes of Georgetown Athletics. Visitors can read the latest news on the Georgetown teams, learn about their favorite Hoyas and check the upcoming schedule. Hoya fans can also catch live audio and video through GUHoyas.com’s HoyaVision for many of the home games, as well as live statistics through GameTracker. After each contest, check back with GUHoyas.com for post game releases, statistics, photo galleries and other features. All your favorite Hoya gear can also be purchased through GUHoyas.com by visiting the online store. CBS College Sports is the first multimedia network dedicated exclusively to college sports 24 hours a day. It consists of CBS College Sports, a digital television ser-

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vice seen in more than 21 million homes via cable and satellite, and CBSCollegeSports. com. CBSCollegeSports.com is the most– trafficked college sports Web site, and its network of 215 official athletic sites for top colleges and universities make it the number one online source for college sports original broadband content. CBSCollegeSports.com continually provides the most in–depth coverage of all college sports and championships, including news, scores, analysis, blogs, podcasts, photo galleries, video and various multimedia features. For the 2010 Hoya football season, fans around the world can visit GUHoyas.com to follow the Hoyas. Purchase Hoyas AllAccess and enjoy live audio and video for all Georgetown home games, broadcasted by the voice of the Hoyas, Chuck Timanus. In addition, you will gain exclusive access to game highlights after all home and away contests, along with many other special features involving Head Coach Kevin Kelly and the 2010 Hoyas.

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Georgetown football moves from club standing to a varsity team. The Hoyas become a member of NCAA Division III Football.

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Club football returns to campus.

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The Hoyas program becomes part of NCAA Division I-AA Football. Georgetown joins the MAAC Football League.

1993

Multi-Sport Field opens on Sept. 17 as the Hoyas host Brown.

2005

Kevin Kelly is introduced as the second head coach at Georgetown since moving to Division I-AA in 1993.

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The Hoyas earn their first Patriot League victory, 32‑31 at home against Bucknell. 2003 Georgetown faces its first Ivy League opponent since 1937 and defeats Cornell 42–20.

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Patriot League football on Georgetown’s campus begins.

2001

The Hoyas announce they accept an invitation to join the prestigious Patriot Football League. GU plays an independent schedule.

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Senior defensive tackle Chudi Obianwu earned Second Team AllPatriot League honors. Georgetown also had 30 players named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, the most of any Patriot League team.

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Senior fullback Kyle Van Fleet earns Second Team All-Patriot League honors and is named the winner of the Patriot League Schlar-Athlete of the Year Award.

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Georgetown faces Mississippi State in the Orange Bowl. The Bulldogs defeat the Hoyas by a score of 14–7.

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Princeton and Georgetown meet for the first time on the gridiron.

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Georgetown vs. Mississippi State at the 1941 Orange Bowl

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1950 The Hoyas play Texas Western in the Sun Bowl.

1951-63 Football discontinued on the Hilltop.

Georgetown finishes the season 7–0 in the MAAC and wins its first MAAC Championship.

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FEATURE Nick Parrish Climbs Atop Hoyas Career Tackles List in Storybook Fashion The story of senior linebacker Nick Parrish (Irving, Texas/Jesuit College Prep) becoming the Hoyas’ all-time tackles leader reads much closer to Disney than Georgetown football. The two-time captain was selected by his peers to wear the Joe Eacobacci Memorial No. 35 jersey in the spring to commemorate the former Georgetown football captain, who lost his live at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Like a storybook, Parrish then made his record breaking, 269.5th tackle in the fourth quarter of Georgetown’s victory over Lafayette on September 11, 2010. The story of senior linebacker Nick Parrish (Irving, Texas/Jesuit College Prep) becoming the Hoyas’ all-time tackles leader reads much closer to Disney than Georgetown football. The two-time captain was selected by his peers to wear the Joe Eacobacci Memorial No. 35 jersey in the spring to commemorate the former Georgetown football captain, who lost his live at the World Trade Center

on September 11, 2001. Like a storybook, Parrish then made his record breaking, 269.5th tackle in the fourth quarter of Georgetown’s victory over Lafayette on September 11, 2010. Unlike in film or fairy tale, the tackle was not the end. Parrish tackled Lafayette’s Jerome Rudolph at the Hoyas 21 yard line early in the fourth quarter with the game still in doubt. At the time, there was no fanfare for the tackle that lifted Parrish past Tom Wonica (1993-95), a former teammate of 34

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Eacobacci’s. It was only after being informed of the milestone during the post-game press conference that Parrish, himself, knew what he had accomplished. Even after being informed, the captain was more excited about the team’s win to improve the Hoyas to 2-0 for the first time since 1999, and the importance of the day than any individual accolade. “To be wearing that jersey and all that comes with it and all that it means on that particular day and for us to have a great team victory is just very special,” Parrish said. “Playing on September 11 was something that we emphasized during the last week of practice heading into the game. Coach Kelly spoke about how important it is. We had a moment of silence, we had a prayer about it in our pregame chapel, so it’s something that you never forget because of the image burned into your mind forever.” Parrish’s attention to the moment and the team is something that has characterized his time on the Hilltop. In interviews, Parrish speaks of playing “Hoya football” with pride only using the phrase synonymous with excellence. It is part of what has made him fitting for the lead role. “Now Nick will have his name in the record books for years to come and everyone will know he wore the No. 35 and that adds considerable importance to his accomplishment,” Rob Sgarlata, Georgetown’s Defensive Coordinator and a teammate of Joe Eacobacci’s said. “You could not write a better story to honor Joey’s memory. Tommy (Wonica) and Joey were roommates for three years and best friends in college, so it’s amazing how the No. 35

jersey has been able to bring the Georgetown Football family together. Former players from different eras know that the player who wears No. 35 is a true representation of class and dedication that Joey brought to his life and Nick is a true representation in both spirit and action of the living memorial represented by the No. 35.” So for Parrish, to pass Wonica as the career tackles leader on September 11 was poetic justice for a player who has symbolized all the attributes that made Wonica’s friend and roommate, Eacobacci and his No. 35 a cherished part of the Georgetown football program. The way Parrish handled the accomplishment, by thanking others and thinking first of his team, is part of reason the two-year captain had made an impact on the program on and off the field. “The tackles record kind of snuck up on me,” Parrish said. “It’s a great record to break. It speaks to longevity and being productive over your entire career, but it also speaks to the guys that have been playing in front of me on the defensive line and my teammates around me enabling me to make plays.” Parrish was selected to several preseason All American teams, but his talent on the field is only part of what has made him a special member of the Georgetown football family. “He’s the ultimate leader, he’s a very mature player, the kid’s all respect him, he plays hard, he practices what he preaches,” Head Coach Kevin Kelly said. “Right from day one as a freshman he was mature beyond his years and we knew he was going to be a great player for us. You’re just happy for him because he deserves this recognition.” Through his career the individual accolades Parrish has earned have outweighed the team’s accomplishments on the field. He led the Patriot League in tackles a year ago with 110 and was named to several pre-season All America teams. But with the Hoyas headed into Yale with a 2-0 record, the first time the team started the season 2-0 since 1999, the time to reflect on his individual accomplishments will have to wait. “I think what’s kept me from being so focused on the record is the fact that we’re 2-0 right now,” Parrish said. “We’ve already beaten a Patriot League opponent and we’re positioning ourselves, if we keep this up, to do some great things this year.” For Parrish and the Hoyas becoming the Hoyas all-time tackles leader is far from the end of the story.


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HOYA HERITAGE In Memory of Joe Eacobacci - C ’96 The tragedies of September 11, 2001 took the life of a member of the Georgetown football community – former Hoya standout Joe Eacobacci. A four-year letterwinner and 1996 graduate of the College of Arts and Sciences, he was working as an energy trader for the investment firm, Cantor Fitzgerald, which was headquartered on the 105th floor of the North Tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. Joe wore the Blue & Gray from 1992 to 1995 under head coaches Bob Benson and Scotty Glacken. He captained the squad as a senior, leading the Hoyas to a 6-3 record, in which they held their opponents to only 99 points, the lowest total by a Hoya defense over the last 25 years. Benson, his coach from 1993-96, believed that Eacobacci’s mark on Georgetown was inked not only on the gridiron, but also on the entire Georgetown campus. “He had more friends than anybody and that was what made him a beautiful person,” Benson said in an interview with Georgetown’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 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 his girlfriend of many years, Denise Mauro. The Eacobacci family and Georgetown University have set up a need based scholarship fund in Joe’s name. Beginning with the 2003 season, Georgetown’s athletic department and the football program began honoring Joe every year by having a football student-athlete wear his former playing jersey No. 35. The Eacobacci Memorial Jersey Award is presented to the player who shows extreme dedication to the Georgetown community and the football program.

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Alex Buzbee — 2006

Stephen Smith — 2007

Nicholas Umar — 2008

Robert Lane — 2009

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Senior linebacker Nick Parrish, a two-year team captain, is the seventh player in program history to wear the No. 35 jersey. Parrish has started in every game since his third game as a freshman and led the Patriot League with 110 tackles during his junior season. In the second game of his senior season, Parrish passed Tom Wonica (1993-95) to become the Hoyas’ all-time tackles leader.

The #35 jersey honors the life of an individual who created a difference in the lives of everyone who knew him. His passion, respect, and pursuit for excellence in every aspect of his life is a model by which all young men should try to lead their lives. To be compared to such an outstanding individual has been an honor and a privilege. As the first to wear the number I felt a tremendous amount of pride to carry on the legacy that Joe left behind. The Georgetown University football program has a great history preserved in the student-athletes that have come and gone before us. Its success is built on the backs of those, like Joe, who devoted themselves to something greater than themselves with the utmost dedication and sacrifice. Remembering the program’s history and building upon it, starts with honoring individuals who have played key roles in creating its present success. The #35 jersey is a constant reminder to the present athletes to remember and honor Joe along with all others that came before them. Those wearing the #35 will always be in the Hoya spotlight. They will not only be recognized as elite athletes but as exceptional students and incredible human beings. They lead by example and present themselves with the utmost pride. Mike and Alex possess all the qualities expected by a #35 jersey award winner and more. I have had the privilege of playing with both individuals and was always amazed and still am with their talent and character. To be associated with such a great group of individuals is an honor I hold deeply to my heart. Being presented with this award has impacted me on a very personal level and has constantly reminded me to live my life the best of my ability, seize opportunities, and take a few chances. I can only begin to explain the amount of pride I took and still take in the having worn #35. I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Alex for this award and wish him the best of luck during the course of this season. Go Hoyas! – Matt Fronczke

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POSTSEASON & LEAGUE AWARDS PATRIOT LEAGUE All-Patriot League

2009

Chundi Obianwu, DL

2008

Ataefiok Etukeren, DE Travis Mack, DB

2007

Kyle Van Fleet, FB

2006

Alex Buzbee, DE Brian Tandy, DB

2005

Michael Ononibaku, DE Maurice Banks, S Alex Buzbee, DE

2004

Michael Ononibaku, DE Maurice Banks, S Alex Buzbee, DE

2003

Luke McArdle, WR Matt Fronczke, S Michael Ononibaku, DE

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Dave Paulus, P

2004

Rookie of the Year

Charlie Houghton, RB (2006) Second Team

Second Team Second Team

Second Team

First Team Second Team

First Team Second Team Second Team

First Team Second Team Second Team

First Team Second Team Second Team

Second Team

Keerome Lawrence

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Scott Darby, QB Offensive Andrew Schaetzke, DE Defensive Keerome Lawrence, SLOT Offensive Jeremy Moore, KR Special Teams

Isaiah Kempf, QB Nick Parrish, LB

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James Brady Nick Parrish

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Rookie Offensive Special Teams

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Offensive Rookie Rookie

9/5 Eric Bjonerud, P/K Special Teams 9/26 Brad Scoffern, P/K Special Teams 10/24 Marcus Slayton, RB Offensive

10/11 10/18 11/8 11/15

Matt Barbiasz, DB Rookie Kim Sarin, RB Offensive Michael Gillman, K Special Teams

Alondzo Turner, QB Alondzo Turner, QB Alex Buzbee, DE John Sims, RB

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9/16 Kim Sarin, RB 10/28 Dave Paulus, QB 11/25 Rocco Milazotto, DB

2001 9/1 10/6 10/13 11/3

Craig Agnello, WR Byron Anderson, DB Kurt Bennett, WR Andy McCoy, DL

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ow in its third decade as an all-sport conference combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 23 men and women’s sports. Initially started as an NCAA Division I-AA football conference in 1986, the Patriot League became an all-sport conference in 1990 and includes American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh and Navy as full members, and Fordham, Georgetown and MIT as associate members. These institutions are among the oldest and most prestigious in the nation and their alumni have, and continue to play leadership roles in shaping our country. Since 1998, the Patriot League has ranked first each year among all Division I conferences awarding athletic aid in the NCAA •

50 Patriot League student-athletes received CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District honors.

The Patriot League placed second among all Division I conferences with 90 teams receiving NCAA Public Recognition Awards for their performance in the classroom.

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11 Patriot League student-athletes earned CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America honors, with Army’s Andrew Maisano (Men’s Lacrosse), Erin Anthony (Women’s Basketball) and Elizabeth Betterbed (Women’s Soccer), Navy’s Beth Reed (Women’s Soccer), Alex Buck (Men’s Swimming and Diving) and Mark Van Orden (Track and Field) and Bucknell’s Patrick Selwood (Men’s Soccer) receiving First-Team Academic AllAmerica recognition.

Navy’s Beth Reed and Mark Van Orden received NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships. Reed was also named the CoSIDA/ ESPN The Magazine Women’s Soccer Academic All-American of the Year, and won the Patriot League Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award. Reed and American’s Anne-Meike de Wiljes earned the Patriot League’s nominations for the NCAA Woman of the Year award. Army’s Andrew Maisano won the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award for Men’‘s Lacrosse, and earned the Patriot League Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year award.

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Graduation Rate Report. The League finished at the top spot with 96 percent of its teams reporting a graduation rate of 85 percent or higher in the most recent data. In addition, 90 Patriot League teams earned NCAA Academic Performance Program Public Recognition Awards after posting academic progress rate scores in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports. The Patriot League’s mission is simple, to provide successful competitive athletic experiences while maintaining high academic standards, and to prepare its student-athletes to be leaders in society. During the 2009-10 academic year, Patriot League student-athletes and teams have accomplished the following:

CollegeSwimming.com, and received Honorable Mention All-America honors at the NCAA Championship Meet.

Other Candidates for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award: Marquis Hall, Lehigh (Men’s Basketball); Andrew Kydes, Army (Men’s Soccer); Elizabeth Betterbed, Army (Women’s Soccer); Mandy Correale, Holy Cross (Softball).

Army’s Elizabeth Betterbed was selected as a Rhodes Scholar.

Holy Cross’ Olivia Pruszko earned a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship

Holy Cross’ Dominic Randolph finished fifth in the voting for the Walter Payton Award, given to the Most Outstanding Player in the Football Championship Subdivision, and won the ECAC Player of the Year honor.

Fordham’s John Skelton became the first Patriot League player taken in the NFL Draft since 1995.

Lehigh’s C.J. McCollum was named the ECAC Men’s Basketball Rookie of the Year and received multiple national freshman honors.

Navy’s Adam Meyer was named the Mid-Major Swimmer of the Year by

Bucknell won the 2010 Patriot League Presidents’ Cup. The Bison also won the male and female trophies.

It was the eighth time in Patriot League history that a school won the overall, male and female titles.

Every Patriot League team won at least one championship for just the fifth time in League history.

Army Men’s Lacrosse defeated No. 2 Syracuse, 9-8, in double overtime in the NCAA Tournament first round.

Bucknell defeated Princeton in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament.

A pair of Patriot League teams played in the postseason in women’s basketball. Lehigh made the NCAA Tournament, while American qualified for the WNIT.

Three Patriot Leaguers were selected in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, while a pair were chosen in the Major Lacrosse League Draft.

Army’s Garret Thul was named national freshman of the year by Inside Lacrosse.

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GRIDIRON CLUB

The Georgetown Gridiron Club is an organization of alumni, parents, and friends of Georgetown Football whose primary purpose is to promote a heightened awareness of and an active interest in the Georgetown University football program. The Gridiron Club was established in 1974 and, since then, members have been actively involved in raising funds to supplement the budget of the football program through annual donations. In addition, members of the Gridiron Club receive email updates,

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Sideline interference

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