The Colonials have only won one game through four Atlantic 10 matches and currently stand 11th out of 13 teams in the league.
The Colonials will race against three other A-10 schools at the meet this year, giving them a glimpse at conference competition before the championship meet.
Thor Arne Höfs now owns the career shutout record with 21 clean sheets recorded since he began at GW in 2015.
The Colonials netted the most goals in a conference game since 2011 in their win against St. Bonaventure.
The Colonials limited Richmond to six shots total in their 4–1 win Sunday afternoon at Mount Vernon field.
Women’s soccer has made the Atlantic 10 postseason for five-straight years but has not made an appearance in the finals since 1997.
The Colonials welcome seven new members to their roster and will use the fall slate to build toward spring competition.
Haynes Brown is on pace to being the highest goal-scorer men’s soccer has seen in seven years, with 10 games left in the season.
Sullivan resigned after the 2016-17 season after helping the Colonials to their third-consecutive A-10 regular-season championship.
Senior infielder Riley Tejcek and sophomore diver Nick Tomczyk will be commissioned into the Marines and Navy, respectively, after graduating from GW.