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.
VCU didn’t press as aggressively as they have in the past and the Colonials’ ball-handlers were better prepared to withstand the pressure in a 72-69 win.
The Colonials have gone 2-2 in their last four games and all four have been close, and head coach Mike Lonergan is looking for sharper focus.
Midway through league play, GW’s once-tenacious three-point defense seems to have lost some of its luster.
Tied with 10 others at No. 114, Diana Kussainova is the first women’s tennis player to be ranked since 1993.
An injury to Jones is GW’s nightmare scenario yet, somehow, it’s one the team is built to withstand.
Sophomore guard Brianna Cummings single-handedly took over a game at Illinois by scoring 14 second-half points.
Most important. Glue guy. Call Joe McDonald whatever you'd like. Look no further than GW’s win over Rhode Island Friday for the evidence.
You may not know it, but Lauren Chase is the leader of the team and the heartbeat for the Colonials on both sides of the court because of the pace she allows the team to play at.
In Friday's loss to Dayton, Joe McDonald's absence exposed GW's lack of production from the guard spots.
One statistic in particular has quietly influenced almost every men's basketball decision this season: free throw shooting.
GW women's basketball looks like the threat everyone expected it to be, so let’s take a look at some of the other teams hoping to unseat the Colonials as Atlantic 10 Champions.
With the first few games of the Atlantic 10 season in the books, here’s a look at the conference’s top competition for men’s basketball and what those teams revealed about themselves during non-conference play.
With the team now having lost one less game than its entire total from last season, women’s basketball head coach Jonathan Tsipis has been focused on making changes.
Here's what to expect from men's basketball's home game against Penn State on Tuesday.
Despite two poor scoring games, history says Kevin Larsen returns to form before long, and his overall body of work this season is still very strong.
In seven straight games this season, GW has won the rebounding battle with senior forward Jonquel Jones leading the charge underneath.
Though he’s retained his freshman flair, sophomore guard Paul Jorgensen looks like he has made a leap in the beginning of his second season.
After taking down Army 92-81 Sunday night, GW will wrap up its Barclays Center Classic homestand against NCAA Division I’s other GWU-- Gardner-Webb.
Friday afternoon, when volleyball takes on No. 5 VCU as a No. 4 seed at 5 p.m. in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic 10 tournament, the team will have the ideal chance to make a run at the championship, hosting the event on their home floor.
Here's a closer look at some of the key statistics that propelled the program to one of its biggest wins in 20 years.
Over the last few years club field hockey has gone from a team struggling due to high attrition rates to one with about 40 members, too many to use in a game. Now, a few members are trying to make sure that they get the nod next time GW decides to add a varsity program, even though they likely would never get to play for it.
Sophomore Oliver Curry collected six points on two goals and two assists throughout the season, not the first time he’s overcome long odds.
Heading into the men’s basketball 2015-2016 campaign, it’s clear that the team’s success will hinge upon two main components: the performance of its veterans and its bench’s ability to put up points.
Midfielder Koby Osei-Wusu traveled to Ghana to give the U-20 team a shot last year, staying there from the last week of December until January 19.
After three years of coming up short, the Colonials are finally headed back to the Atlantic 10 Championships Thursday for the first time during head coach Craig Jones’ tenure.
Here are five takeaways from the Colonials’ 92-47 win over Gannon Saturday in exhibition play.
The Atlantic 10 Championship begins Thursday morning at Davidson for women’s soccer when the top-seeded Colonials take on eighth-seeded George Mason at 11 a.m.
Over the last four years, basketball at GW has been rejuvenated, and this year’s senior class is most responsible for having led both programs back to the postseason.