After honoring its four fourth-year players, the Colonials (19-8, 12-3 A-10) downed George Mason (13-15, 6-9 A-10) Saturday afternoon in their final regular-season home game of the year.
The Colonials (18-8, 11-3 A-10) will look to sweep the season series against area rival George Mason (13-14, 6-8 A-10) on Senior Day.
The Colonials (13-8, 6-3 in A-10) square off against Fordham (15-8, 6-3 in A-10) in a Wednesday matinee looking to rebound from a home loss against Duquesne.
Under head coach Jennifer Rizzotti, GW’s offense will look a lot different than it has in years past.
Women’s basketball seniors Caira Washington, Hannah Schaible and Shannon Cranshaw will look to be strong, vocal leaders for their team this year.
Women’s soccer picked up its first win in over three weeks Sunday afternoon against St. Bonaventure, looking to regain its dominance in A-10 play.
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.