Dave Adler

MCI Center brings sports to D.C.

People have flocked to Washington, D.C. to visit artifacts of history and culture in museums for years. The city also has a rich tradition of professional, college and high school sports. Now people can find all these items enclosed in an ultra-modern sports mecca at the corner of 7th and F streets in Chinatown. The […]

UMass ends GW win streak

The GW men’s basketball team showed during the past month that last season’s lessons were well learned. Throughout GW’s disappointing 15-14 season of 1996-97, Coach Mike Jarvis stressed that his young team still was learning how to win. In the last month, the more experienced Colonials have been winning games in bunches. A Dec. 8 […]

GW splashes to sixth place in fall finale

Playing on one of the brightest new golf courses on the East Coast, GW only could muster a faint glimmer as it finished in sixth place at the 12-team Delaware Fall Invitational in Owings Mills, Md. Colonials head coach Scott Allen said last week his team had a chance to win this last tournament of […]

Golf team bests area rivals at James Madison event

The battle of D.C.’s golf schools unexpectedly was won by the Colonials at last weekend’s James Madison Invitational in Staunton, Va. GW’s score of 614, 46 strokes over par, was good enough for 11th place in the 25-team tournament. The Colonials posted a better score than D.C. rivals Georgetown (618), George Mason (618), and American […]

Golf team shows signs of life at ODU tourney

Two consecutive weeks off led to the Colonial golf team’s best single-round performance of the year at the Old Dominion/Seascape Tournament in Kitty Hawk, N.C. However, GW (620) could not maintain the great play in the second round and finished last in the 21-team field. An opening round 301 put the Colonials in contention with […]