Daniel Wright

Men’s soccer continues to struggle on road

After sweeping the opening weekend of A-10 play at home the last week, the men’s soccer team reversed that trend this weekend, dropping back-to-back road games against A-10 foes Dayton and Xavier. GW (4-6-2) fell to 2-2-0 in A-10 matches, failing to rack up any points for its weekend efforts. All six of the Colonials’ […]

Colonials men’s soccer sits atop A-10

Putting the ball in the net has been a struggle for the Colonials in several of their away matches this season, but there was no shortage of scoring this weekend as the team took its home field. GW (4-4-2) opened Atlantic-10 conference play at home, hosting St. Joseph’s and Temple. Powered by a strong defensive […]

GW men’s soccer bested on the road by overtime goal

It took fewer than 90 seconds of overtime for the Colonials to lose the game they had spent the previous 90 minutes battling to win. GW (2-4-2) took a deadlocked game past regulation time Saturday night, before ultimately falling victim to the Wofford Terriers, just over a minute after the overtime period began. The goal, […]

Men’s soccer exits weekend with loss and draw

Less than six minutes into the Colonials (2-3-2) match against Jacksonville on Friday, GW found itself in a hole that would only grow as the first half played out. The Dolphins headed a ball into the back of the net, taking an early 2-0 lead. By the 20th minute, the Colonials found themselves down 3-0. […]

Almodovar: GW’s last line of defense

Alejandro Almodovar is a formidable force in the net as he leaps, tumbles and dives to stop the shots whizzing toward him. It’s an impressive display for a player whose transition to the position was an accident, and one he wasn’t keen on at first. “I was about 10 years old and on an all-star […]

Rudolph carries GW in dramatic men’s soccer victory

Head coach George Lidster bent over in disbelief late in the second half of Saturday’s match against Bryant University. His team had just ceded a penalty in the goal box in the final 10 minutes of the game, opening up an opportunity for the opposing Bulldogs to tie the score. Lidster knew his offense would […]

Men’s soccer splits weekend action in tournament

Watching an opponent tally a go-ahead goal is disheartening under any circumstance. It’s even tougher to swallow when that point is a result of a penalty call on your team. Head coach George Lidster said the penalty on GW that allowed Coastal Carolina the go-ahead point in the 38th minute of Friday’s game was a […]

Men’s soccer finishes college cup with tie

Seth Rudolph’s second goal of the season came at a crucial moment for the Colonials. GW’s match against Howard remained scoreless until the 58th minute with both teams battling for position in the goalkeepers’ duel. Undaunted, Rudolph uncorked a cross-box blast, zipping it past the right of the Bison goalkeeper. His goal put the Colonials […]

Women’s lacrosse falls in heartbreaker end

For four players on the women’s lacrosse team, Friday’s 18-10 Senior Day loss to Richmond was not only how they ended their season – it was how they ended their careers. After a back-and-forth first half, the Spiders used a late rally to overcome the Colonials, handing GW a home loss in their last game […]