The Georgetown Hoyas have released their 2020 football schedule, according to a report by STATS PERFORM.
Georgetown will open the 2020 season with four consecutive non-conference contests, beginning on the road against Marist on Sept. 5.
The Hoyas open their home schedule at Cooper Field in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 12 against Dayton. The following week on Sept. 19, Georgetown travels to take on Harvard.
The Columbia Lions visit Cooper Field on Sept. 26 to complete the string of consecutive non-conference games.
Georgetown opens up Patriot League action on Oct. 3 when they travel to take on the Colgate Raiders. After an open date on Oct. 10, Georgetown hosts consecutive games in Washington, D.C., against Holy Cross on Oct. 17 and Bucknell on Oct. 24.
Back-to-back road contests follow as the Hoyas travel to play Lafayette on Oct. 31 and Fordham on Nov. 7. Georgetown then returns home to conclude Patriot League action against Lehigh on Nov. 14.
Georgetown wraps up their non-conference slate and the 2020 regular-season on Nov. 21 with a cross-country contest against San Diego.
The Hoyas finished the 2019 season 5-6 overall and 1-5 in Patriot League action. In six seasons under head coach Rob Sgarlata, Georgetown has an overall record of 20-40 (7-23 Patriot League).
Below is Georgetown’s complete schedule for the 2020 season, plus a link to their schedule page which will be updated with kickoff times and TV as they are announced:
- 09/05 – at Marist
- 09/12 – Dayton
- 09/19 – at Harvard
- 09/26 – Columbia
- 10/03 – at Colgate
- 10/10 – OFF
- 10/17 – Holy Cross
- 10/24 – Bucknell
- 10/31 – at Lafayette
- 11/07 – at Fordham
- 11/14 – Lehigh
- 11/21 – at San Diego
Sooner or later Georgetown should move to the PFL. They are playing three PFL teams this year and it would do the Hoyas good to compete alongside other non-scholarship programs which they haven’t done since the other Patriot League schools started awarding scholarships.
I agree—I am a Marist football fan—-the two teams play each year—it is actually a fun game because even though Georgetown has a decided lead, the games are usually close affairs.
Nobody wants to see their team play in a league where they could get blown out each and every week and we know that if you have zero scholarships to give and Lehigh has 45, chances are they’re going to beat you.