The Colonials have won five of their last six games and now sit at 5-2 – the second-best overall record in the Atlantic 10.
No. 11 men's squash and No. 13 women's squash look to prove their dominance in 2016-2017 as two of the top programs in the nation.
After more than a week of play and three straight wins, here are a few things to look for as the season progresses.
Men’s basketball opened its season on Friday with a 75-71 win. While it's still too early to make any definitive predictions about the year, here are a few takeaways from GW's debut victory Friday.
in August, Rizzotti helped the women’s national team knocked off Spain for a victory in the gold medal game for their sixth consecutive Olympic gold medal.
Kate Bell has become one of the most recognizable faces of GW Athletics, but she doesn’t play for any team. To know her is to know the heart and soul of GW school spirit.
Under head coach Jennifer Rizzotti, GW's offense will look a lot different than it has in years past.
Redshirt junior guard Jaren Sina and graduate student guard Patrick Steeves join men's basketball as highly touted transfers eligible to play this season.
Already a celebrity in Japan, teammates and coaches anticipate a breakout junior season for 22-year-old Yuta Watanabe – a.k.a the Chosen One – this fall.
Now in his fourth year of eligibility, graduate student Tyler Cavanaugh has one last chance to lead his team to the NCAA tournament.
Women's basketball seniors Caira Washington, Hannah Schaible and Shannon Cranshaw will look to be strong, vocal leaders for their team this year.
A force to reckoned with on the glass, graduate student forward Lexi Martins adds versatility and experience on both sides of the ball.
Senior Matt Hart and sophomore Jordan Roland will add depth to the Colonials lineups with their additional minutes this season.
Interim head coach Maurice Joseph said he and his team are more than ready to put a chaotic offseason behind them.
With regular-season tip-off just days away, both basketball programs face an uncertain road ahead . Two new coaches and a batch of first-year Colonials will bring a different look to the Smith Center this fall, but neither team is letting offseason moves or preseason expectations define them.