Varsity Roundup

Softball

The GW softball team recorded 15 hits, a season-high, beating Atlantic 10 foe Temple 7-3 in the first game of a double-header in Philadelphia on Sunday. Sophomore Elana Meyers finished 4-for-5 with a homerun and three runs scored. Temple captured the second game 3-1.
Freshman Katie Miller recorded her first collegiate victory as the Colonials improved to 10-32 overall. She allowed eight hits in four innings of pitching. Freshman Gabby Culp closed the game to record the save.

Water polo

The GW women’s water polo team dropped all three games in the CWPA Eastern Championship last weekend in Bloomington, Ind. The eighth-seeded Colonials failed to receive the league’s automatic bid. The Colonials closed out the tournament with a 10-5 loss to Bucknell.
Harvard edged GW 8-7 on Saturday at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatic Center. The Crimson got the lead early and never relinquished.
The Colonials (13-17) dropped their first contest to No. 10 Indiana 11-4. GW, which has never beaten the Hoosiers, were led by sophomore Morgan Hooker. Junior Amy Heinemann and freshman Julie Jacoby split time in goal, registering seven saves.

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