The Colonials (16-13, 10-6 A-10) outscored La Salle in every quarter of Tuesday night’s opening round game of the Atlantic 10 championship.
Women’s basketball defeated Saint Joseph’s for its sixth victory in seven games Tuesday night in Philadelphia.
The Colonials (13-12, 8-5 A-10) battled through a tough second quarter to secure a 55–49 win over the Minutewomen (11-15, 3-10 A-10) at the Smith Center.
Junior guard Mei-Lyn Bautista scored a career-high 22 points as women’s basketball defeated La Salle 60–45 Thursday evening.
Women’s basketball is 4-4 in conference play, despite continued offensive success from multiple veteran players.
The Colonials (8-9, 3-2 A-10) were forced to rely on a late-game comeback after pulling ahead early on the road at Davidson.
The Colonials (5-8, 0-1 A-10) lost by 11 points on the road against Fordham (10-4, 1-0 A-10) to start the conference season.
Women’s basketball has seen several individuals improve in an early-season schedule against opponents including Syracuse and South Florida.
The Colonials (3-5) lost their fourth home game of the year by allowing the No. 17 ranked Bulls to catch fire from the field Saturday.
En route to a 65–54 victory over the Hoyas (2-1), GW (2-2) caused Georgetown to turn the ball over 17 times.