The Colonials trailed by as many as 12 points in the first half but gutted out the 78–72 victory against the Rams Wednesday night.
The Colonials played host to the College Squash Association Individual Championships to finish their season last weekend.
The Colonials defeated Saint Joseph’s 65–49 to grab GW’s third A-10 title in four years and the first under head coach Jennifer Rizzotti.
The Colonials (14-16, 7-10 A-10), who have now won five of their last seven contests, took down the Rams (9-20, 4-13 A-10) 72–56 Wednesday night.
Men’s basketball (13-15, 6-9 A-10) defeated Richmond 103–77 Wednesday, shooting a season-high 68.9 percent from the floor.
The men’s side won their second consecutive Atlantic 10 championship last weekend, beating second-place George Mason by more than 100 points.
The Colonials (12-15, 5-9 A-10) utilized a smothering defensive effort to upset the Rams 80–56 – GW’s largest win of the season.
The Colonials – who begin their season this weekend – have a new head coach and a six-man freshman class looking to impact play.
Men’s basketball (10-14, 3-8 A-10) defeated La Salle 80–69 Wednesday night, outscoring its opponent in the paint for just the second time in conference play.
The Colonials (9-14, 2-8 A-10) lost by a season-high 29 points at the Smith Center as Davidson swept the season series.