During his tenure, the men’s team won back-to-back Hoehn Cups and nine players earned College Squash Association All-American status.
Officials are updating the court’s design to feature a geographical outline of D.C. on the center of the court, according to a press release Thursday.
The squad will play 10 games at home and face nine teams on the road over the 19-game regular season.
The Colonials’ regular season will consist of four meets before entering the postseason.
The team will play its fewest number of home games since the 2010 season.
After five players left the program, six freshmen and a pair of graduate students joined the squad’s 26-man 2019 roster.
Three transfers and two incoming freshmen will round out the Colonials’ eight new additions to the 2019-20 roster.
The 2020 Olympics mark Rizzotti’s second time at the games after serving as a scout and court coach in the 2016 Rio Olympics.
GW will retire its scoreboard after nearly a decade in the Smith Center’s rafters.
The pair extended the Colonials’ streak of sending multiple players to the ABCA/Rawlings East All-Regional teams to four years.