Joshua Meredith

Baseball completes season sweep of James Madison

The GW baseball team came back from a four-run deficit for an 8-7 victory over James Madison University at Barcroft Park on Wednesday. The victory made it a season sweep of the Dukes. The Colonials (26-13, 7-5 Atlantic 10) won the first match-up of the year 8-4 in 11 innings. “We came out a little […]

Rosenblat powers offense

Senior Brad Rosenblat is making the most of his last year at GW. He led the baseball team’s offensive machine, which scored 10 runs on 14 hits Sunday to take the rubber game of a three-game set with Duquesne. The Colonials, who split Saturday’s doubleheader, have won three consecutive Atlantic 10 series and 12 of […]

Lacrosse aims to be top seed in A-10 tourney

The GW women’s lacrosse team used a 14-8 victory over Massachusetts Sunday to qualify for its first Atlantic 10 tournament in program history. The Colonials, who are 5-1 in A-10 play, are one of the top four teams in the regular-season standings. “I am extremely proud,” head coach Chrissy Lombard said. “We did what we […]

Baseball continues non-conference success

The GW baseball team defeated both Old Dominion University and Towson during their mid-week games at Barcroft Park. Wednesday, the Colonials rallied for a 6-4 victory to sweep the season series with Old Dominion; the day before, they swept the season series from Towson with a 7-5 victory. The Colonials (23-12, 5-4 Atlantic 10) have […]

Baseball downs Richmond

The GW baseball team has developed a heated rivalry with Richmond over the past few seasons. This year, the Colonials now have the early upper hand. Despite falling to the Spiders 10-9 on Sunday, GW won the both ends of a doubleheader Saturday, winning the series 2-1. “It’s a huge rivalry for us so it’s […]

WEB UPDATE: Two women’s basketball players to transfer

Posted Monday, April 18, 10:18 p.m. Next season the GW women’s basketball team will be without sophomores Amanda LoCascio and Kristina Gineitis – the players will transfer at the end of the semester. “They have both signed their releases and will be transferring,” head coach Joe McKeown said in an interview Monday night. A chronic […]

Monta?ana goes undrafted by WNBA teams

Graduating women’s basketball player Anna Monta?ana was surprised to watch the WNBA draft take place Saturday without hearing her name called. But the forward said she has not given up on her professional aspirations, and is considering playing in Europe. “I was very disappointed,” Monta?ana said. “I thought I was going to go at least […]

WEB UPDATE: Monta?ana signs with Connecticut Sun

Posted Wednesday, April 20, 1:50 a.m. No team selected GW women’s basketball star Anna Monta?ana in Saturday’s WNBA draft, but she may still have a shot to play in the league. Tuesday, she signed a contract with the Connecticut Sun. “I am excited to go,” Monta?ana said. “I think I have the best chance to […]

Rosenblat’s big day powers GW

The leadoff spot is not normally reserved for a power hitter. But apparently, Brad Rosenblat never got that message. The senior drove in eight runs in the GW baseball team’s 14-8 win at Towson Tuesday afternoon. Rosenblat went 3-for-5 on the day, hitting a three-run home run, a two-run double, a two-run single and a […]

Women’s lacrosse team comes of age

On March 3, 2002 the GW women’s lacrosse team made its first appearance as a Division I squad, beating Marist 10-3. The team, comprised of club players, walk-ons and just nine freshmen recruits, won just four games in their inaugural season and went 0-7 in the Atlantic 10. Three years later, things have definitely changed. […]