With one more regular season series left, head coach Gregg Ritchie said the team needs to hit and pitch like they did Sunday to remain in postseason play.
The Colonials will enter the Atlantic 10 Championship tournament this weekend with the most experienced lineup of golfers in the competition.
The Colonials were leading by three goals heading into halftime but gave up six second half goals in the loss.
The Colonials reached the 20-win plateau in their only win of the weekend.
Senior third baseman Isaiah Pasteur leads GW with six home runs from the lead-off spot, sparking an improved Colonials offense.
The Colonials (12-11) opened up Atlantic 10 play with a series sweep of the La Salle Explorers (5-16) at Tucker Field this weekend.
The Colonials (9-11) picked up Saturday and Sunday wins over VMI (9-9) despite competing without two of their usual weekend starters.
Baseball dropped its second game to Georgetown of the year, despite multiple costly mistakes from the Hoyas defense.
After defeating Rhode Island 15–5 Friday, the Colonials lost both ends of their doubleheader Sunday.
In a tale of two halves, the Colonials (10-13, 1-2 A-10), fell to A-10 foe Massachusetts 10-4 Sunday afternoon at Tucker Field.