GW swept the podium in three events, including the 1000-yard freestyle, the 100-yard breaststroke and the 200-yard breaststroke.
With the Atlantic 10 Championships still two and a half months away, the Colonials are fighting the fatigue inherent in the December stretch of the season.
Head coach Jennifer Rizzotti said players headed into the contest focused on “intensive rebounding” and containing Delaware’s key offensive players.
Freshman forward Jamison Battle and redshirt senior guard Armel Potter combined for 40 of the Colonials’ 65 points during a game against South Carolina.
The squad shot more than 40 percent from the field and more than 36 percent from the three-point line throughout the weekend.
Junior utility player Andras Levai scored a team-leading three goals, and sophomore utility player DJ Davis chipped in with one goal.
The showcase marks the first international tournament for the Colonials in more than 20 years.
Sophomore guard Amir Harris has received a transfer waiver from the NCAA and will be immediately eligible to play this season.
Toro’s rebounding effort ties Yinka Dare’s 24 performance for the all-time Atlantic 10 record for rebounds in a single game.
Freshman outfielder Stephen Ditomaso said the fall practice time allows the team to bond and the freshmen to get a taste of college baseball.