During the 2016-17 year in GW sports, 10 of the 14 squads with win-loss records finished with more wins than losses.
Former men’s basketball head coach Mike Lonergan denied claims that he used a racial remark when referring to former Harvard guard Jeremy Lin while coaching at Vermont.
Former Charleston Southern guard Armel Potter has committed to transfer to GW.
David Macpherson, head coach of the men’s tennis team, said he is confident his team will be able to grab its fourth A-10 title.
The Colonials fell to VCU 15–13 on their senior day, dropping to a 2-11 record for the season and 1-5 in the Atlantic 10.
Graduate student Tyler Cavanaugh, redshirt senior Matt Hart and redshirt junior Jaren Sina are planning on continuing their basketball careers after GW.
Sophomore Jordan Roland reportedly plans to leave the men’s basketball program after two years.
Tyler Cavanaugh has become not only The Hatchet’s pick for best male athlete, but one of the best players GW has ever seen.
Officially hired as head coach last Monday, Maurice Joseph hopes he and his staff can turn men’s basketball into a perennial contender during his tenure.
Redshirt junior Jaren Sina announced Friday morning that he would not return to the men’s basketball program after graduating this spring, opting to pursue a professional career in Europe.