Men’s water polo
GW’s men’s water polo team (11-20) finished a disappointing season with four wins in five matches this weekend, earning them fifth place in the CWPA Southern Division Championship. Senior Nick Eddy ended his collegiate career by scoring four goals in the team’s 9-8 win over Mercyhurst Sunday in Princeton, N.J. The Colonials were seeded seventh, but finished fifth for the fifth time in nine appearances at the tournament.
Swimming and diving
The men’s and women’s swimming and diving team split their Sunday meets with Drexel at the Smith Center. The women’s team beat the Dragons 177-103, but the men’s side lost 176-117. With some swimmers playing for the water polo team this weekend, the men’s team had just 10 swimmers, so each team member had to swim more races than he usually would. GW’s next meet is Nov. 21-23 at the Patriot Invitational, hosted by George Mason.