GW, riding a 12-game, program-record win streak into the second game of Wednesday’s double header, had a chance to sit tied atop of the A-10 leader board with Saint Joseph’s.
In part spurred by the efforts of Victoria Valos, the Colonials went on to win the first game of the doubleheader against St. Bonaventure.
As D.C. continues to swelter in the heat, Cone E. Island is a main stop for GW students to cool down. But there are other District destinations to find an even sweeter scoop. Max’s Best Ice Cream 2416 Wisconsin Ave., NW This shop has the comforting aroma of a small-town creamery, with its ice cream […]
A 7-2 lead in the sixth inning seemed safe. It appeared head coach Gregg Ritchie would go home with bragging rights over George Mason.
There were two laudable firsts for the women’s lacrosse team Wednesday. Freshman Olivia Boudreau paced the Colonials with a four goal game over crosstown rival George Mason, pushing GW to a 10-6 win for its first-ever home victory over the Patriots. And it was Boudreau’s first career goals as a Colonial. The cold and windy […]
As one of the District’s newest culinary trends, specialty waffle eateries are popping up everywhere.
Head coach Terry Shaffer made no excuses for his young team, which finished 13th, of 17 teams, at the Donald Ross Intercollegiate Tournament early this week. The course itself presented unique challenges – the par-70 6,718-yard course at Mimosa Hills Golf and Country Club in Morganton, N.C. was rain-drenched, and many of the holes were […]