The Colonials just couldn’t seem to cut their deficit to single digits. And the team just couldn’t find its way out of the hole it dug itself into early on. At one point in the second half, Bradley had a 19-point lead; Tuesday night’s result seemed set in stone. But freshman forward Patricio Garino – […]
GW’s most challenging opponent so far this season hasn’t been an opponent at all, but rather a combination of two aspects of play: opposing defenses and stagnant shooting. It’s been a frustrating one-two punch that’s forced the team to battle to even mentally remain in games. And Sunday, once again, an opponent came out in […]
HARRISONBURG, Va. – It was, at the same time, the most dramatic and the most anti-climatic finish of GW’s young season. There were 7.2 seconds to play. GW (3-3) was only up by a basket. And it was James Madison’s ball. Out of a break, freshman forward Patricio Garino stole the ball, ran it back, […]
It wasn’t a perfect game for the Colonials, but they managed to pick up their first victory of the season and their first road win of the year.
A year after taking the helm of the University’s athletic department, Patrick Nero changed the leadership of its two flagship programs. Mike Lonergan replaced Karl Hobbs as head coach of the men’s basketball team in May 2011. A little less than a year later, Jonathan Tsipis took over the women’s basketball program following the firing […]
The challenges of the 2012-13 season almost make it seem as if it’s Mike Lonergan’s first year on the Smith Center’s hardwood. He’s adding six new faces to his roster and starting at least three – marking the first time that a large chunk of the Colonial roster comprises his recruits. And he’s taking GW […]
David Pellom is larger-than-life in a display on the front doors of the Smith Center, the top of his name across the back of his jersey just visible as he grips the rim in one of his trademark, high-energy dunks. Inside the building, the player who set a program single-season shooting record last year is […]
You’ll be forgiven if, looking at the stat sheet, you’re not sure Isaiah Armwood actually took any time off at all.
It’s been six months since Jonathan Tsipis became the ninth head coach of the women’s basketball program.
Men’s basketball freshman forward Paris Maragkos flew through a series of push-ups, doing his best to meet the demands of the screaming Army serviceman crouching next to him.