With the return of prolific scoring forward MacKenzie Cowley and a talented young core, the 2016 Colonials are looking to complete the mission they set out on last year: NCAA Tournament or bust.
In GW’s 56-51 loss to Kansas State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday afternoon, the Colonials could not overcome an excess of turnovers and shooting inefficiency.
Sophomore guard Brianna Cummings single-handedly took over a game at Illinois by scoring 14 second-half points.
Since such immense success arrived so quickly for the Colonials, it is easy to forget that the program was not always this successful.
In her first year as a Colonial, Pavon has again been thrown into the mix with more senior teammates. She has started 12 games, tied with classmate Dani Frese for the most of any freshman player, all but the Colonials’ first two contests.
Sidelined during a senior season for the second time in her soccer career, women’s soccer’s Brooke Bean is trying to keep her mind on the field and with the squad in every way she can.
After a slight reprieve from a slate of tough non-conference games, the women’s soccer team is hoping to open league play with some momentum.
The Colonials set out in 2015 to recover from defensive losses without missing a beat in their rise in the Atlantic 10 ranks.
Head coach Stacey Schramm hopes an infusion to pitching and continued explosiveness from infield bats will translate into more wins in the 2015 campaign.
Like the courses he’s played on the last three years, senior Jack Person’s career has had its fair share of peaks and valleys.