Josh Gayl

Terrapins shut out GW

The GW women’s soccer team opened the fall sports season with a frustrating 2-0 loss at home Sunday against a local soccer powerhouse, Maryland. GW soccer’s home, South Riding Field, offered muddy conditions after several days of rain last week, as the Colonial women seemed stuck in their defensive end by the dominating Maryland offense. […]

Explorers discover late-season sweep

The GW baseball team had a chance to solidify its hold on second place in the Atlantic 10’s West Division when it played third-place La Salle this weekend. Instead, the Colonials ended up digging a hole for themselves as the Explorers swept a three-game series at Barcroft Park. GW (22-23, 8-7 A-10) entered the weekend […]

Colonials win four out of five

After struggling at many points early in the season, the GW baseball team has found a groove, winning four of its five games last week. The Colonials began the week by taking both halves of a doubleheader from Coppin State University and closed it by taking two of three in a series with Atlantic 10 […]

GW men, women win in final meet before A-10s

The GW men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams enjoyed their last home meet Saturday at the Smith Center, as both teams ended the regular season with victories against the University of Maryland-Baltimore County. The Colonial men defeated UMBC 124-106, placing first in nine of 13 events, while the Colonial women placed first in 10 […]

Rogers lights up Flyers for 36 points

Thursday night at the Smith Center, senior point guard Shawnta Rogers scored a career-high 36 points, leading the GW men’s basketball team to its fifth straight victory, an 81-69 win over Dayton. Rogers hit six three-point shots, tying the Smith Center record for the most three-pointers in a game. Rogers’ first points came 40 seconds […]

Colonial men, women will host pair at Smith Center

Both the GW men’s and women’s basketball teams will play in the Smith Center this week, the last time either squad will play at home until Jan. 24. The Colonials will face Dayton at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, while the Colonial women host Duquesne Friday at 7 p.m. Dayton comes crawling into town to face the […]

Dubovcova lights up the Tribe

GW women’s basketball forward Petra Dubovcova had the best game of her collegiate career Thursday night at the Smith Center, leading the Colonial women to a 69-48 victory over the College of William & Mary. Dubovcova led all scorers with 25 points and pulled down 11 rebounds. Her double-double performance pounded away the efforts of […]

Colonial women win two to stay alive in A-10 race

The GW women’s volleyball team stayed alive for the postseason with two crucial Atlantic 10 wins this weekend. GW beat La Salle and Temple to preserve its chances of being one of four teams that makes the Atlantic 10 Tournament at the end of November. The Colonial women face Duquesne and Virginia Tech on the […]

Freshmen key to GW in 1998, and in future

One is a “cheese head” from Wisconsin. The other was born and raised in the West Indies. So, what do Jason Holloway and Kali Hislop have in common? They were both freshman starters for the GW men’s soccer team this season. Both had strong seasons and become leaders in their respective positions. Despite a final […]