The Colonials were held to their lowest scoring game since GW’s 51–25 loss to Howard on Jan. 27, 1976.
Heading into their final weekend of regular season play the Colonials have posted some of their best numbers of the year after an eight-game losing streak.
Head coach Jennifer Rizzotti said the freshman class will need to be ready this season at a moment’s notice to step up on the court for the Colonials.
Freshmen Marcus Littles, Mezie Offurum and Shandon Brown bring athleticism to the squad that will be useful in executing the Colonials’ uptempo game plan.
The Colonials bested the Wildcats in three straight sets to win their final home game of the season Sunday night.
The last time VCU and GW went head-to-head in 2016, the Colonials came out on top of a 1–0 overtime win.
The win allows the Colonials to make their sixth consecutive appearance in the A-10 Championship.
The victory marks the sixth time this season the Colonials have held their opponents to a single-digit score while tallying 20 or more points themselves.
Senior Anna Tapen is a first-year starting goalkeeper for the Colonials and has posted numbers that rival her predecessor.
The loss marks the first time in more than a decade the Patriots have bested the Colonials on the volleyball court.