The Georgetown Hoyas play Division I college football for Georgetown University in the Patriot League. The Hoyas play their home games at Multi-Sport Field in Washington, DC. The Hoyas are coached by Kevin Kelly. Georgetown's chief rival is Howard University.
Georgetown Hoyas Football Tickets -History
Georgetown's football program began in 1874. The Hoyas made the Orange Bowl during the 1940s, where they lost to Mississippi State, 14-7. The program eventually became too costly and eventually canceled on March 22, 1951.Football was resurrected at Georgetown in 1962, when the school allowed students to form a club team that played exhibition games only. In 1970, Georgetown returned to the varsity level, but at Division III. Georgetown has since moved back to Division I competition where it mainly plays Ivy League schools. The Hoyas have won two conference titles, both came during their time in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC). Georgetown won the MAAC in 1997 and 1998.
Georgetown Hoyas Football Tickets - Multi-Sport Field
The Hoyas have played their home games at Multi-Sport Field since 2003. The 2,500-seat stadium is located on the Georgetown campus in Washington, DC. The field was originally used for intramural sports before the school's soccer team played its home games there under the name Harbin Field. It was changed in 2003 when the football team began playing there as well. Georgetown's men's and women's lacrosse teams and school's rugby club team use Multi-Sport Field as well.
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