Sailors said the first competitions of the season allowed them to shake off the rust from the offseason and helped several new sailors ease into the year.
GW outshot Towson 30-7, putting 14 more shots on goal than the Tigers.
Players said the loss of seniors will not affect their play as long as they maintain a mature mindset.
The Colonials are set to defend the Smith Center nine times in conference play and will be on the road for the rest of the team’s 18-game A-10 slate.
The Colonials (2–1) opened the season with two wins in their first three games for the first time under head coach Sarah Bernson.
To start the season on the right foot, runners said head coach Terry Weir increased the intensity and mileage of their summer workouts to come back to competition stronger than in years past.
Heading into year No. 2, Vogel said she developed a system to become a more accessible administrator and plans to roll out several Smith Center enhancements.
Colonial Army rebranded itself with the moniker “George’s Army” and will roll out new perks to help foster a sense of community and school spirit.
Yeakel and Hicklen are Ulehla’s first additions to the lacrosse program since her hiring in June.
The Colonials will take on four teams coming off postseason appearances and hold the historical edge in half of its nonconference matchups.