Ethan Siegel

Column: Epic battle looms again

If you’re a student at GW, you’re probably salivating at the prospect of the Red Sox and Yankees squaring off in the American League Championship Series. As a Red Sox fan, I want see my team exorcise the demons from last year’s game seven meltdown and finally defeat the Evil Empire when it counts. Yankees […]

MVC courts still not ready

Last winter, GW officials told The Hatchet that the construction of the Mount Vernon campus was supposed to be completed by the summer of 2004. But varsity tennis players are still without a true home as the fall season is set to begin Friday. While construction continues, the GW’s men’s and women’s tennis teams are […]

Lacrosse bounces back

The GW women’s lacrosse team remained at the .500 mark for the season after splitting two games this weekend. The Colonials defeated Mount St. Mary’s College 16-6 Sunday and fell to Temple 13-5 Friday. Freshman Laura Hostetler scored seven goals Sunday, breaking her own school record. She previously scored six times against Howard March 26. […]

GW falls in final

The GW women’s water polo team came close to capturing the Southern Championships this weekend but could not knock off Princeton University, as the Colonials fell to the Tigers 7-6 in the tournament final Sunday. Trailing 7-5 entering the fourth quarter, the Colonials scored one goal but failed to tie the game. The loss marked […]

Lacrosse upsets Spiders

The GW women’s lacrosse team kicked off Atlantic 10 conference play on a high note Friday, upsetting No. 19 (Coaches Poll) Richmond 8-7 under soggy conditions at Mount Vernon Field. The win is the Colonials’ (4-5, 1-0 A-10) first against a ranked team in their three seasons as a varsity program. The players said they […]