The Georgetown University victory, on Oct. 19 at Cooper Field, was a needed win after last week’s stunning loss to Fordham in the final seconds.
The tight game had a bit of everything, including three blocked kicks and a rare Georgetown two-point runback of a botched Fordham extra point. The loss broke a four-game Hoyas winning streak.
The Sept. 14 game was the first meeting between the crosstown rivals in 26 years in the battle for the Steven Dean Memorial Trophy.
The Hoyas gained 424 total yards (272 on the ground) and scored their most points in a game, 43, since 2011 (also against Marist).
The Oct. 20 victory was Georgetown’s third straight win, and the first time the Hoyas defeated Lehigh in conference play since they joined the league 18 years ago.
The football Hoyas’ comeback attempt against the Columbia Lions before a sellout homecoming crowd came a few yards short on Sept. 22 at Georgetown University’s Cooper Field.