With the 2019-20 season in the rearview mirror, here is a recap of standout senior student-athletes who played for the final time this season.
During her two years as a Bull, Lara LaBeck tallied 175 career sets, 298 digs and 63 kills.
GW more evenly distributed its funds between men’s and women’s programs compared to its 14 conference peers.
Assistant athletic trainers Chris Duncan and Kierra Croons have begun assisting medical staff at the GW Hospital.
The Athletic Department hired a head of external operations, which includes marketing and video services, and a head of student-athlete development.
Matthew Moyer spent two seasons at Syracuse and two seasons at Vanderbilt before committing to GW.
Battle has served as one of GW’s main sources of offensive production, averaging 11.8 points and 5.2 rebounds per game.
GW will face No. 14 seed Fordham, which is ranked second to last in the conference. The Rams’ two wins came against the Colonials.
The Colonials were unable to sustain the momentum from the first half and dropped the game to the Flyers 76–51.
In 12 games this season, the Colonials have thrown a 3.86 overall ERA and 3.83 walks per game.