Katie Stoler

Terps top GW with late goals

For three quarters Friday night, the women’s water polo team matched 20th-ranked Marlyand nearly goal for goal. Down just 8-7 after three quarters, the Colonials were in a position to win their home opener against a local rival, but instead it was the Terrapins who seized control of the fourth quarter, scoring a pair of […]

Jackie Robinson Society honors two

GW’s Jackie Robinson Society commemorated the 63rd anniversary of Robinson’s debut as the first ever African American player in Major League Baseball Thursday, handing out awards as part of a ceremony in the Jack Morton Auditorium. The awards, which are handed out to recognize contributions to the D.C. area in the tradition of Jackie Robinson, […]

Women’s lacrosse beaten at home by James Madison

Coming off its first win of the season Wednesday afternoon against American, the GW women’s lacrosse team was looking to keep its momentum going with a second-straight win, this time at home against James Madison. But after scoring the first goal of the game just four minutes into regulation, the Colonials were held to just […]

Swim team starts strong

In the face of preseason predictions from fellow Atlantic 10 coaches that said GW’s men’s and women’s swimming teams would finish seventh and ninth in the conference, respectively, the teams are looking to lap expectations this season. With wins in 11 of 13 events against Catholic and American this past weekend, the men’s team is […]

Colonials Invasion kicks off season

Players, coaches, faculty and fans brought the slogan “Are you buff enough?” to life on Friday night in the newly renovated Smith Center for the annual Colonials Invasion, celebrating the beginning of the upcoming basketball season. The event, lasting two hours in the Charles E. Smith Center, gave students and visiting parents the opportunity to […]

Volleyball takes two on new court

The GW women’s volleyball team was given the task of unveiling the new Smith Center court this weekend, hosting two games and playing before the fifth-largest home crowd in program history. But before the Colonials took the floor, one of their own completed a different task. Junior Leah Hill took the microphone and performed the […]

Kushma looks to maintain momentum on the court

There’s no better way to say it: Chris Kushma is off to a hot start. The junior tennis player has gone undefeated in singles play in both tournaments he has played this fall, winning the D Flight of the Virginia Invitational the weekend of Sept. 11 before taking home the title at the Georgetown Classic […]