GW’s first-ever director of women’s athletics, Lynn George, died on Oct. 1. She was 89 years old.
After opening A-10 play with a three-game slump, men's soccer's offense has found a second wind down the stretch.
Senior swimmer Carly Whitmer has established a career services mentoring program for other student-athletes to help them pursue their professional goals.
Making a splash in this season’s home opener, women’s swimming and diving built on its strong season start with a decisive win in Saturday’s meet.
Thor Arne Höfs is not a Marvel hero, but his abilities minding the net for men’s soccer this season have been nothing short of super.
Women's soccer picked up its first win in over three weeks Sunday afternoon against St. Bonaventure, looking to regain its dominance in A-10 play.
Freshman Skylar Iott has proved dominant on the court, taking on a big role for the Colonials since the preseason.
Men's water polo duo Atakan Destici and Bogdan Petkovic combined for 26 goals this weekend, en route to GW's 2-1 start to league play.
Leading by example, junior Miranda DiBiasio hopes she can help women's cross country reach its ambitious goals this fall.
Volleyball struggled to stay consistent over the weekend. The Colonials dropped all three of their games in the GW Invitational.
Mike Lonergan was officially dismissed as head coach of the men’s basketball program Saturday after a probe into verbal and emotional abuse allegations concluded he had “engaged in conduct inconsistent with the university’s values.”
At the Navy Invitational on Saturday, the men's cross country team continued to show improvement.
After transferring to GW for his senior year, center back Ben Ogedegbe has become an invaluable member of the team’s back four.
Men's soccer kicks off its 2016 campaign with memories of last season's regular-season title run, and a first-round playoff upset, in mind.
This fall, volleyball looks to kickstart its season with the help of nine letter winners and a fervid determination to walk away from the A-10 Tournament as champions.