David Haggerty, a recent chairman of the United States Tennis Association and former GW tennis star from 1975-79, was elected President of the International Tennis Federation in an election in Santiago, Chile at the end of last month.
Austin Pyrch is the only athlete at GW that competes in both water polo and swimming.
Multiple roster tweaks to GW’s backline created uncertainty for a team that finished with an Atlantic-10 best 0.82 goals against average just a season ago.
Sidelined during a senior season for the second time in her soccer career, women's soccer's Brooke Bean is trying to keep her mind on the field and with the squad in every way she can.
Heading into league play Saturday at Davidson, men's soccer needs to focus to make sure its season does not sink.
The Colonials hosted their first home cross country meet since 2005 last Saturday, meeting a longstanding goal for the team.
Through 11 games, freshmen and sophomores account for 98 of the GW men's water polo team’s 104 goals.
The Colonials, who now sit at fifth in the Atlantic 10 at 5-4-0, will welcome a strong Saint Joseph’s (6-3-0) side to Mount Vernon for what is sure to be an intense matchup. Although the Hawks have collected more points in non-conference play, they will find it tough to best a GW side that hasn’t conceded a goal in three games.
Volleyball begins conference play Friday at home against George Mason, setting off an Atlantic 10 season that will culminate in the league’s championship tournament in Foggy Bottom.
This season, setter Jordan Timmer has brought some surprises to the Colonials’ front line of defense after what she called a “blocking epiphany” at the Michigan Invitational at the beginning of the season.
Through its first five games, GW was outscored 11-4, outshot 70-42 and recorded just a single win, but head coach Craig Jones and his team have taken the disappointing start with a grain of salt.
After a slight reprieve from a slate of tough non-conference games, the women's soccer team is hoping to open league play with some momentum.
Ryan Tucker and Caroline Wolfe, seniors, are the captains of their respective cross country teams and have lived through the program's transformation.
For the volleyball team to reach its goals this season, outside production will have to emerge as another team strength for the Colonials to avoid being one-dimensional.
While college basketball punditry, rankings and SOS statistics may be on hold for at least a few more weeks, we took an in-depth look at the Colonials’ upcoming 2015-16 slate.
Adam Foley has begun his first full season with the water polo program, one dedicated to starting the team’s rebuild and overhauling its attitude.
After spending her first two seasons with the women's soccer team playing mostly at outside midfielder, Elson is transitioning to the backline to bolster a defense that lost several key players after last season.
James Winchester has joined GW as the head coach of the men's and women's swimming programs after coaching stops at the University of New Orleans and Utah.
Dayton took the A-10 Championship last season, beating the Colonials in four sets in the title game on their home court. This season, GW will be looking to return the favor.
The cross country/track team begins the cross country season with its biggest roster ever: 46 male and female runners currently, including 21 freshmen.
Shawn Kuykendall, the namesake of the Kuykenstrong D.C. College Cup, was a prominent figure in the small, but tight-knit D.C. soccer community.
The Colonials set out in 2015 to recover from defensive losses without missing a beat in their rise in the Atlantic 10 ranks.
The Colonials celebrate half a century of existence this year, but will probably postpone the party until after they see how the season shapes up.
They were the Bullpen Bash Brothers. But unlike the bash bros in The Mighty Ducks, this duo never suffered from fiery tempers.
Hatchet Sports caught up with men's basketball head coach Mike Lonergan in his office to talk about the news from the team this summer, and what to expect in the fall.
Ave Tucker, a longtime supporter of the GW School of Business, turned his support of GW towards the athletic department with a $1 million donation in October, in part to enhance one of the country’s best college baseball facilities.
Though teams like Saint Louis may have more experience than the youth-laden Colonials, there’s a lot of parity in the tournament teams and the squad seems to buy into the belief that they have what it takes to win.
Ed Metz, a 30-year-old reject cheerleader turned to rooting on the sidelines, and became an institution at Smith Center.
When the Class of 2015 graduates, several record-breaking athletes will move their careers at GW off the playing fields and into the archives.
When the eight seniors on the lacrosse team flip their tassels on graduation day, they’ll leave behind a team in transition with big statistical shoes to fill.