Fans must donate at at least $25,000 over five years to GW Athletics, scholarships and facilities projects to qualify as members of the program.
Student-athletes will be able to benefit through autograph signings, social media promotions and even offering personal coaching and training.
For women’s basketball’s trio of seniors, this season is about instilling team-first values in their younger teammates.
Men’s and women’s cross country respectively finished in third and fourth places in the Atlantic 10 Championship meet Saturday.
Freshman swimmer Ava Topolewski picked up A-10 Rookie of the Week honors after two first-place finishes in the first home meet of the season.
Women’s volleyball lost its three game winning streak after failing to keep a steady offense against Loyola Chicago this weekend.
A 2–1 loss against La Salle broke GW’s undefeated streak with its first conference loss Thursday as the regular heats up in the road ahead.
Andras Levai and Sierra Lange were star athletes during their GW careers, and now they’re back with their former teams as graduate assistants.
After lacrosse enlisted a new head coach in July, a restructured coaching staff is now complete with two new assistant coaches ahead of spring play.
Kris Richards, who coached for the New Zealand national team for more than five years, brings experience from the baseball diamond to the softball squad.