Anne Mercogliano

Three homers power Colonials over Hoyas

The GW men’s baseball team rocked cross-town rival Georgetown for a 12-2 victory Tuesday afternoon at Barcroft Park. Junior Mike Bassett blasted two homeruns, and junior Chris Worth pitched six innings allowing one run on three hits. Sophomore Jake Wald and Dan Rouhier each hit a homerun in the Colonials eight-run sixth inning. With his […]

Rocked early, GW falls in rubber game

The GW men’s baseball team lost two of three games to host UNC-Wilmington at Brooks Field last weekend. The Colonials lost an 8-4 rubber match Sunday afternoon after splitting a Saturday doubleheader with the Seahawks. The opening weekend was the start of the team’s seven-game road trip to begin the season. The Colonials face James […]

GW lands in second place

The GW women’s gymnastics team kicked off the season at the Smith Center Sunday afternoon, placing second in the seven-team GW Invitational. The Colonials lost to North Carolina State University 192.350-191.900. The College of William & Mary placed third, with the University of Pennsylvania, Temple, Cornell and Radford universities finishing out the competition. GW’s score […]

Expecting a low score, New York vs. Baltimore

With this weekend’s Super Bowl between the AFC Champion Baltimore Ravens and the NFC Champion New York Giants approaching, GW students are getting ready. In a school made up of many New York and Baltimore residents, it is safe to say many students will have a particular interest in the game’s outcome. “I don’t think […]

Students await clash with Jarvis

It has been three years since former GW men’s basketball coach Mike Jarvis departed Foggy Bottom for Big East Conference powerhouse St. John’s University in Queens, NY. By now the only trace that Jarvis ever coached here are the players he recruited. In fact, aside from his former GW players, who are now seniors, the […]

Volleyball explodes on Explorers

Three-time Atlantic 10 Player of the Week Tracee Brown recorded a double-double with 18 kills and 13 digs, leading the GW volleyball team to an easy three-game victory over visiting La Salle Tuesday night at the Smith Center. The win gave the Colonials (22-5, 13-2 A-10) a half-game lead over Temple, which hosts Rhode Island […]

BBall preview: Laying down the Law-rence

GW forward Erica Lawrence may be the best athlete GW has seen since 1988, according to head coach Joe McKeown. Her unrivaled speed and endurance place her as one of the best women’s college basketball players in the country. And with one year of experience under her belt, Lawrence is looking forward to a dominant […]

Golf finishes last

The GW golf team ended its fall season with a disappointing last-place finish Tuesday at the Seascape Invitational Tournament in Kitty Hawk, N.C. A solid finish in this tournament would have given the Colonials a shot at a national competition. The Colonials competed against some of the best teams in the nation, including No. 6 […]

GW’s Derdenger wins Stabler Invitational

Bryan Derdenger fired a one-over-par 145 (69-76) to win the Stabler Invitational last weekend, leading the GW golf team to a solid fourth-place finish at Bethlehem, Pa. The GW junior defeated Bucknell University’s Ken Kosteva on the fourth playoff hole, helping the Colonials (604) finish the 18-team tournament just eight strokes behind winner Princeton University […]

GW diagnoses the madness

GW fans got their madness Friday night with a wide array of festivities at Midnight Madness. There were mixed reactions to the evening, including complaints that the emcee was inaudible, but most people who attended said they thought the overall show was a success. Less than half the students stayed to watch the men’s and […]