The baseball team dropped all three of its games against Dayton this weekend, falling to 6-9 in Atlantic 10 play. The Colonials were outscored 14-4 in the two games they played on Saturday, and GW fell behind quickly in both defeats. A pair of homeruns by outfielder Charlie Kruer was one of the bright spots for the Colonials.
Women’s Water Polo
The women’s water polo squad lost both of their Saturday matches to end their season at the CWPA Southern Division Chapionship. The Colonials fell to Bucknell 13-4 and then succumbed to Maryland by a score of 10-3. GW finishes its season at 7-21, but returns veteran Amy Moren for one more season next year. Senior goalkeeper Julie Jacoby ends her four-year stint in buff and blue as the school’s all-time leader in blocks.
The women’s tennis team grabbed a share of ninth place at the Atlantic 10 championships this weekend in Monroeville, Pa. The Colonials fell 4-1 to Charlotte in their first-round match-up on Friday, but rebounded to take down Dayton Saturday by a score of 4-2. Though they finished 8-11 overall and had a 1-4 mark in conference play, the Colonials did win three of their last four matches of the season.
The women’s rowing squad took sixth place out of nine teams at their Atlantic 10 championships this weekend. The sixth place finish marks the second consecutive year the Colonials earned sixth place at the tournament, and did so this year by amassing 72 points. Rhode Island, the victor, had 135 points. The second novice eight was GW’s top finisher, winning their race in just over seven and a half minutes. The Colonials took fifth in both the first and second varsity eights.
The GW golf team took third place at the Navy Spring Invitational this weekend out of 18 schools. Below are the scores of GW’s top-five golf finishers.
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