BOWIE, Md. – Bowie State graduate senior and quarterback Dion “DJ” Golatt, Jr. has been named to the DC Touchdown Club Washington Metro College Football Player of the Week Honor Roll list Tuesday morning.
Golatt, Jr., who attended Riverdale Baptist, completed 17-of-30 passes for 266-yards and three touchdowns, including the game-winner with nine seconds left as the No. 8 Bulldogs came from behind to defeat No. 16 New Haven, 27-20 Saturday in Bulldog Stadium.
Bowie State will return to action Saturday, Sept. 10 when the Bulldogs travel to Saginaw Valley State. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. from Wickes Stadium.
About the Military Bowl Foundation
The Military Bowl Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that operates premier events in the National Capital Region to benefit our nation’s service members. Originally formed to create the region’s first-ever college football postseason bowl game, the Foundation now not only runs the Military Bowl presented by Peraton but additionally operates the DC Touchdown Club and Patriot Point, a retreat for
recovering service members, their families, and caregivers on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. The Foundation hosts engaging events throughout the year to raise money and awareness for military service members, directly impacting those who give so much of themselves for the country.
About the DC Touchdown Club
The DC Touchdown Club honors the best in Washington Metro football, with year-round events highlighted by an annual awards dinner. Operated by the Military Bowl Foundation, the Club promotes the game of football, hosts entertaining social events, and generates a significant philanthropic impact for Patriot Point. To learn more about the DC Touchdown Club, visit dctouchdownclub.com or follow DC Touchdown Club on Twitter and Instagram @DCTouchdownClub, and like DC Touchdown Club on Facebook.
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