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Runners place sixth at A-10s

The GW men’s and women’s cross country teams both placed sixth overall at the Atlantic 10 Championships in Philadelphia last weekend. The men fell short of their original team goal to be in the top five, although senior Darrell Andruski secured a coveted spot on the 2003 men’s all-conference team. Last year, the women placed […]

RUnners prep for A-10s

The GW cross country teams are set to compete in the Atlantic 10 Championships Saturday, and while neither squad is expected to vie for first place, both the men and women believe they have a good chance to improve upon last year’s fifth and ninth place finishes, respectively. “The outlook is good for both teams,” […]

ReceSs: a lot like comedy, only funnier

In the multicolored universe of performance art, improvisational comedy is widely considered one of its most difficult, intricate forms. Or at least the eight members of GW’s ReceSs theater company feel that way. The ReceSs improv troupe has brought its unique variety of live comedy to the GW community for the last 13 years and […]

Late GW rally falls short

The GW men’s soccer team turned up the heat too late against Duquesne Sunday, as the Dukes defeated the Colonials on GW’s home turf, 4-3. The loss followed a 3-1 win against St. Bonaventure at the Mount Vernon Athletic Complex on Friday. Leading 2-1 at halftime Saturday, the Dukes (8-1-2, 3-0-1 Atlantic 10) scored two […]

Women’s cross country places fourth, men fifth at Maryland invite

The GW men’s and women’s cross country teams ran at the Maryland Invitational in College Park Saturday, marking the height of mid-season competition with fifth and fourth place finishes, respectively. The host Terrapins won the men’s race, while American claimed the women’s race. GW junior Trina Bolton assumed the Colonials’ lead in front of freshman […]

GW beats both Rams in one weekend

An unusual incident involving fans and a key substitution by the coaching staff helped the GW volleyball team achieve a narrow victory Saturday over the Rhode Island Rams at the Smith Center. The win marked the Colonials’ fourth straight win after they swept Fordham’s Rams at home Friday, 3-0. The weekend’s victories put GW (14-2, […]

Runners work for high A-10 finish

The GW men’s and women’s cross country teams return to competition this season with high expectations and a great deal of young talent. Both squads experienced a fair amount of turnover from last year, as three seniors from each team graduated. But filling that void is a group of freshmen who have already clocked competitive […]

Swimmers and divers close year at Old Dominion Invite

Old Dominion University won six events to defeat GW men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams in the Monarch’s own invitational Saturday at the J.C. Scrap pool in Norfolk, Va. The invite welcomed both GW and Drexel universities. The Colonial men also lost to Drexel University while the women edged out the Dragons. The men’s […]

Runners wrap up successful season

“Put this season in the record books,” head coach Deb Cane said after her teams turned in impressive finishes at the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Competition in Canaan Valley, W.Va., Saturday. The men tallied 494 points in their 10K race, finishing in 17th place for their highest finish since 1997. The women’s team advanced five places […]

Andruski sets cross country record

While the GW men’s cross country team had a repeat performance at the Atlantic 10 Championships, finishing fifth in the 11-team competition for the second year in a row, Darrell Andruski made some news, recording the fastest 8K time in GW history Saturday in Philadelphia. Andruski was the first Colonial to cross the line with […]