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.
Six months into his tenure as head coach, James DeFeo brings “new intensity and a new system” to GW softball.
After one of its strongest seasons in school history last year, gymnastics is continuing its ascent as one of the top programs on the national stage.
For freshman swimmer Jackie Torrez, the transition to competing at the collegiate level has gone off without a hitch in a standout rookie season.
After a ten-game losing streak, GW volleyball continues to approach the final stretch of the 2016 regular season in positive way.