The Colonials are currently in eighth place in the Atlantic 10 with only three weeks remaining until the conference tournament.
Enge has averaged 5.1 points and 4.3 rebounds on 37.7 percent shooting from the field in 18 minutes per game.
Men’s basketball picked up their second road win of the season and their ninth consecutive win Wednesday night.
Men’s basketball fell to Atlantic-10 top dog Davidson Saturday afternoon in a hard-fought battle after winning two consecutive games.
The Colonials (8-12, 4-4 A-10) were led in scoring by junior guard James Bishop and sophomore guard Joe Bamisile, who had 27 and 24 points, respectively. Bamisile had 17 points in the first half and Bishop chipped in 23 second half points.
Joe Bamisile and Brayon Freeman both came to GW looking for a chance at consistent playing time under a coach that they trusted.
Playing in the game were the only two Japanese players in the NBA, Rui Hachimura of the Wizards and Yuta Watanabe of the Toronto Raptors.
The Billikens’ (13-6, 4-2 A-10) offense was too much for GW to handle in a 80-67 loss in which the home team never trailed.
Women’s basketball lost their fourth consecutive game Saturday afternoon against Massachusetts at the Smith Center.
The A-10 petitioned the NCAA earlier this month to adjust its redshirt rules for men’s and women’s basketball players.