From state championships to representing the United States overseas, the incoming batch of freshman student athletes already competed at a high caliber.
Demko brings 15 years of coaching experience to GW and played professionally in the United States and Germany.
The Colonials were the first No. 7 seed to reach the third day of play in the A-10 Championship.
Three speakers encouraged new graduates to use their education to affect positive change and fight through tough times.
The Colonials will host Stony Brook and Siena at the Smith Center to open their season.
With one more regular season series left, head coach Gregg Ritchie said the team needs to hit and pitch like they did Sunday to remain in postseason play.
Senior Carter Day led the Colonials on the men’s side with two gold medals over two days of competition.
The Colonials have the second-most wins overall in the A-10, but their 10 conference wins put them on the edge of qualifying for postseason play.
Six pitchers took the mound for the Colonials and 10 players recorded a hit in the team’s 16-5 win against Coppin State.
The Colonials set the record for most wins in a season in their first game against the Hawks.