The Colonials trailed for the entire matchup and were unable to keep up with the offensive prowess of the Minutewomen, dropping the contest 21-8.
The Colonials reached the 20-win plateau in their only win of the weekend.
The Colonials failed to secure a spot in the NCAA Championships, but senior Cami Drouin-Allaire will advance to nationals as an all-around individual.
The men finished tied for first in the Oliver T. Carr Bowl and the women placed fifth in the Howard W. Wilkins Bowl.
As a freshman, utility player Alana Ponce has helped women’s water polo to a 10-8 record and led the team in goals.
Women’s soccer’s junior midfielder Sofia Pavon proved she could still find the back of the net in her return to the pitch this season.
Softball dropped all three games against Massachusetts this weekend, tallying a combined 17 hits and allowing 38 total runs.
The Colonials closed out its seven-game homestand with a blowout victory Wednesday, downing Towson 13–2 and extending GW’s win streak to six games.
An uncharacteristic off-day for the Colonials led them to a third-place finish in a field of six with a total score of 195.875.
GW grabbed first place with a score of 196.825, defeating second-place Maryland (195.825), Towson (195.250) and Rutgers (193.550).