Asserting their composure and focus from the start, the Colonials scored five unanswered runs in the first four innings against the Mountaineers.
The Colonials clinched a spot in the Atlantic 10 championship Sunday afternoon with a 57-52 win over St. Bonaventure. It was a valuable victory – one in which the team maintained a solid rebounding advantage and stopping transition scoring. Coming off a two-game losing streak, the Colonials (12-14, 6-6) entered the Smith Center replenished with […]
The Colonials had three reasons to enter the pool against George Mason with a little extra edge Saturday: It was their last dual meet of the regular season, they were coming off an impressive victory over Georgetown and it was Senior Day for a few of GW’s athletes. Cheering fans and families filled the Smith […]
Head coach Jonathan Tsipis has a favorite metaphor when talking about the graduate students on his roster: helping them write the “final chapter” of their Colonial basketball careers. The women’s basketball team will suit up three graduate students this season, but two have a special bond that stretches back, far past GW – years past, […]
Daniel Tyner strives to embody the leadership quality of being a source of motivation and support for his teammates.
Opening home play with a doubleheader Saturday, the Colonials knew their keys to victory would be conversions and early points. GW started with a matchup against No. 15 Princeton, dropping a tight 7-5 game to the Tigers, who used a four-goal third quarter to ensure victory. Still, the Colonials executed an efficient match, and when […]