Senior forward Megan Nipe’s role on the women’s basketball team isn’t clearly defined, and she has no problem with that. As a Colonial, Nipe has both started and developed an identity as a solid off-the-bench player. She’s been an impact scorer in conference games but has struggled to find her shot in others. Yet no […]
The Colonials entered their final game of the season still searching for their first conference victory. GW (5-12-1, 1-8 A-10) had struggled to score goals all season – before this weekend’s play, the Colonials had been shut out in five of their seven Atlantic 10 conference games. Throughout the fall, the team’s offensive struggles had […]
Despite dropping its third conference game, the Colonials came out of the second half of play heartened by their performance.
If you’re standing on the sidelines of a women’s soccer game, you’ll probably find your eyes drawn to freshman forward Kristi Abbate. Abbate is a natural playmaker. She dribbles around defenders, sets up her teammates for scoring opportunities and finds the time to score the occasional goal of her own. She’s the linchpin to the […]
Despite heavy rain, Women’s soccer went on to play arguably its best second-half of the season against American.
The women’s soccer team’s season can not yet be defined. The Colonials (3-4) are aware of their struggles on offense and their overall record, but they are waiting for conference play to put a label on their year. “Despite our current record, we’ve come a long way and made many improvements since pre-season,” freshman goalkeeper […]
After being shut out in their opening match against Georgetown, the Colonials headed to a second District rival seeking a chance to reclaim the opening tone of their season. But the contest against George Mason would prove to be a test of GW’s skill on the pitch, as they sqaured off against a Patriots squad […]
The women’s soccer team bears little resemblance to the squad that suited up for the Colonials last season.
The men’s tennis team could be forgiven if it felt a sense of deja vu Saturday afternoon. The Colonials (17-8) finished their season with a 4-0 loss to No. 8 Duke in the first round of NCAA play after being knocked out of the NCAA tournament last season by Blue Devils, swept by the same […]
Senior Richard Blumenfeld calls himself the glue of the men’s tennis team. He’s a captain, two-time Atlantic 10 champion and owns an undefeated record at the No. 6 singles slot on the spring season, going 7-0. But at the end of the day, Blumenfeld thinks his top contribution is being the Colonial who holds the […]