Men’s basketball will take the same fast-paced offensive game plan as last year with the expectation that new additions will help execute the strategy.
The men’s and women’s programs share a similar makeup in roster and leadership but are on different trajectories this season.
Men’s basketball saw its first action of the season against Catholic Sunday. The team’s performance highlighted where GW will need to improve in the season.
Runners on the men’s and women’s teams finished in the top-20, but the Colonials placed lower than last season at the A-10 Championship.
Former guard Matt Hart averaged 4.0 points and 11.3 minutes per game in 73 games played during his two-season tenure at GW.
For the Colonials, this week has been about putting intense training on hold in favor of securing the best mindset to perform in Saturday’s competition.
The team’s third-place slotting is the highest for the program under head coach Jennifer Rizzotti.
Baseball’s first on-site clubhouse was unveiled at Tucker Field Saturday after more than a year of renovations.
SquashWise provides almost 100 students in Baltimore with academic resources to help them pursue a higher education while introducing them to squash.
The No. 13 projection is the worst GW has been given since 2012 when there were 16 teams in the A-10.