GW golf's lone freshman, 18-year-old Logan Lowe, has already picked up four A-10 Rookie of the Week awards and paces the Colonials with an average score of 73.13.
After dropping game two in a pitchers duel, juniors Joey Bartosic and Eric Ramsey led the Colonials to a 6–2 win in Sunday's rubber match.
After 17 years at the helm in Hartford, Jennifer Rizzotti will take the lead as the new head coach of the GW women’s basketball program.
On Thursday, Jonquel Jones was selected sixth overall in the 2016 WNBA draft by the Los Angeles Spark and soon after was traded to the Connecticut Sun.
After VCU battled back to tie the match at 3-3, senior Cahit Kapukiran clinched GW's third straight Atlantic 10 title Sunday with a commanding third set victory.
The WNBA hosts its annual prospect draft this Thursday and senior forward Jonquel Jones is projected to be a lock as a first round selection.
After beginning the season 12-14 in non-conference play, GW won five of its first six to open Atlantic 10 play.
Lana Robins volunteers as an intern with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Virginia in the office’s Anti-Trafficking office.
At the NCAA Championship last month, junior swimmer Andrea Bolognesi became the first All-American in men’s swimming and diving program history.
There are more than a few parallels to GW’s recent championship in the National Invitation Tournament in The Blue Team, a new book from alumnus Peter Young.
After GW's bullpen and its starters have not proved as dominant as expected, its offense, against some of the toughest competition the Colonials have ever faced, has been one of the best in the nation.
The Colonials turned things around and won the first postseason championship in program history, beating Valparaiso in the NIT Finals.
On Tuesday, when GW takes on San Diego State, only eight Division I men's teams will still be playing major college basketball.
Atlantic 10 Preview: Despite injuries and tough nonconference, baseball still shooting for A-10 championship
After dropping 16 of its first 24 games, GW baseball, battling through injuries, looks to turn things around as it enters Atlantic 10 play this weekend against La Salle.
A few years ago Justin Albright was slated for the start in what was arguably the most important game of the year to date. It was Sunday, May 18, 2013.
The Colonials’ postseason dreams were cut short after their 56–51 loss to No. 9-seeded Kansas State in the first round of the NCAA tournament Friday.
In GW's 56-51 loss to Kansas State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday afternoon, the Colonials could not overcome an excess of turnovers and shooting inefficiency.
Tournament preview: As postseason hopes hang in the balance, men's basketball tries for deep run in Brooklyn
Men’s basketball opens postseason play Thursday in Brooklyn as the No. 5 seed in this year’s Atlantic 10 Tournament. Here’s what GW’s path to a conference title might look like.
Players like Matt Hart and Alex Mitola are playing the first years of their college careers with the chance go dancing.
GW achieved one of its biggest goals of the season by coming from behind, battling and defeating Duquesne en route to defending the A-10 title.
Just because a guy can dunk or sink a 26-footer doesn’t mean he doesn’t need a hug sometimes.
While GW has proven it has the capability to shut down dangerous programs, when all five Colonials on the court are not working for each other, it’s been difficult to stop more skilled teams with multiple offensive threats.
The eight-game absence of star senior forward Jonquel Jones has not been felt more by women’s basketball than on the defensive end.
The A-10 preseason poll placed GW at fifth. It’s their highest ranking in recent years, but not the goal of the team, which starts its season Feb. 19.
The Colonials are still in a better position than they were this time last year, but have work to do to reach their goal of making the NCAA Tournament.
Ask the players on the GW baseball team to describe sophomore Robbie Metz and a theme emerges.
Chris Hays, the mastermind behind baseball’s new conditioning program, hopes that the strength the team has built throughout the off-season will serve as the foundation for what seems to be a promising year for the Colonials.
In his fourth year as head coach of the Colonials, Ritchie feels comfortable with his team.
For the third season in a row, women’s basketball has hit the 20-win threshold and has entered February with big hopes for the postseason.
When GW came to New York this weekend, they came to New York for the first time.