Unable to hold back a persistent Duquesne offense, second-seeded women’s basketball was eliminated from the Atlantic 10 Championship quarterfinal Friday in a 62-58 decision.
Women’s basketball (20-8, 13-3 A-10) clinched its third straight regular-season A-10 title with a seventh straight win at Richmond Wednesday night.
Senior forward Caira Washington was held scoreless Wednesday night, but the Colonials still managed to survive St. Bonaventure and capture a fifth straight win.
In arguably one of women’s basketball’s strongest defensive showings, the Colonials (17-8, 10-3 A-10) marched to a 52–39 win over first-place Dayton (17-8, 11-2 A-10) Sunday afternoon.
Women’s basketball (16-8, 9-3 A-10) trounced the Rams (4-20, 0-12 A-10) in a decisive 72-44 road victory at the Ryan Center Wednesday night.
The Colonials couldn’t bounce back Sunday night as two Dukes scored more than 20 points each in a 73-63 decision that handed GW its second straight loss.
After two grueling games on the road, women’s basketball returns home Sunday looking to dominate the Duquesne Dukes once again in a conference rematch.
Women’s basketball (13-6, 6-1 A-10) pulled out a thrilling double-overtime victory over Massachusetts (9-12, 3-5 A-10) in Saturday’s matinee.
Senior defender signed a contract with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds last week. He anchored a defense that led the conference in goals against this year.
After more than a week of play and three straight wins, here are a few things to look for as the season progresses.