Men’s and women’s swimming and diving both compete in the Atlantic 10 Championships from Feb. 14 to 17 in Geneva, Ohio.
GW (8-2, 2-0 EAGL) collected its fourth straight win with a season-high score of 196.525 over three competitors.
Senior forward Kelli Prange scored a career-high 36 points on 14-of-17 shooting and grabbed 13 rebounds in Wednesday’s victory over Rhode Island.
Both men’s and women’s swimming teams defeated the Monarchs by 63 or more points on Senior Day Saturday.
Softball freshman third baseman and catcher Jenna Cone broke onto the scene with her hard-hitting style of play, completing a record-breaking season.
Women’s rowing won four races Saturday to claim second place in Howard W. Wilkens Bowl.
The men’s rowing team amassed 66 points to claim first place in the 29th annual GW Invitational.
The Colonials finished fifth in the NCAA Morgantown Regional Saturday and qualified two gymnasts for nationals.
On the tail of a three-game win streak, softball suffered a sweep in its opening Atlantic 10 series.
Softball (13-11) won its third straight Tuesday after taking down Buffalo at home in a decisive doubleheader sweep.