Lauren Kornreich

Men’s soccer stays alive

The GW men’s soccer team put itself in a position to return to the Atlantic 10 Tournament after two convincing wins against conference rivals Fordham and LaSalle this weekend at the Mount Vernon Athletic Complex. The team’s seniors led the way, as Fabio Andrade, Arnar Johannsson and Jason Popik combined for four of the team’s […]

SA, students criticize SSN usage

The Student Association is taking preliminary steps this week to advocate its position against the University’s use of Social Security numbers as a primary form of student identification. SA President Kris Hart said he is encouraging students to request randomly generated identification numbers from the Office of the Registrar to replace Social Security numbers, which […]

Men open A-10 play with road split

The GW men’s soccer team shut out Rhode Island Sunday, 1-0, to bounce back from a 3-0 loss to Massachusetts Friday in the Colonials’ first weekend of conference play. In both contests, no one was able to score in the first half. But on Sunday, the Colonials (3-7, 1-1 Atlantic 10) took control after halftime […]

Colonials run well in the mud

The intense rain and wind from Hurricane Isabel turned the cross country course in Centreville, Va., into a giant mudslide last week. But area teams spent the week training on the wet, slippery terrain and it showed at last weekend’s GW Invitational. The host Colonials ended with top five finishes from both its teams – […]

Women complete D.C. sweep

The GW women’s soccer team proved it is the city’s strongest team after beating cross-town rival Howard 2-1 Wednesday. The win followed victories over Georgetown and American last week and a tie against Maryland on Sunday. Coming off their late comeback against the Terrapins, the Colonials (4-1-1) kept their momentum going on the Howard campus. […]

Seeing double

It’s morning at the Mount Vernon soccer field. A forward sprints down the field to score a goal during practice. That same afternoon, an athlete bearing a striking resemblance to the soccer player sprints to catch a fly ball in the outfield at the nearby softball field. Coincidence? No, it’s just another day for Rebecca […]

Leary, Dancause reunite at GW

A decade ago, Liz Dancause and Michaela Leary were 10-year-olds playing together on a New Hampshire Amateur Athletic Union team. Four years later they became high school teammates at Nashua Senior High School in Nashua, N.H. Joe Smith, a top women’s basketball recruiter of Street and Smith’s Magazine, said he saw something special in both […]

Atlantic 10 Shootout to be held Tuesday

So maybe the men’s basketball team won’t make it to the conference finals, but GW students could still have the opportunity to travel to the Atlantic 10 Championships. The winners of the Atlantic 10 Shootout, a conference-wide contest starting this Thursday, will travel to the A-10 Championships to compete in the tournament’s final round. Each […]

Women win 10th straight in dominant fashion

While the GW women’s basketball team recorded its 10th straight win Sunday with its victory over Rhode Island, any one of the 728 fans in attendance at the Smith Center would not classify the Colonials’ performance as just a win. It was a slaughter. The Colonials (14-5, 10-0 Atlantic 10) beat the Rams (11-9, 3-6 […]