Maureen Benitz

Robertson breaks leg again, will miss another season

GW women’s soccer player Kristin Robertson is enrolled for her fifth year at the University but still is waiting to play her fourth year of collegiate soccer. Robertson was sidelined last season with a broken leg and will have to sit out again this season after breaking the same leg. She has played only three […]

GW women still winless after pair of road losses

The GW women’s soccer team lost to both Colorado College and the University of Colorado at a tournament in Boulder, Colo., this weekend, dropping to 0-3 on the season. The Colonial women look to end their losing streak Wednesday at 4 p.m. when they face George Mason University at South Riding Field. Colorado 4, GW […]

GW women’s soccer set to face Virginia

The GW women’s soccer team will renew its rivalry with the University of Virginia when the Colonial women open the 1998 season against the sixth-ranked Cavaliers at South Riding Field Tuesday. Last year, GW lost at Virginia 4-1. GW defeated the Cavaliers in 1996 at South Riding 2-1 when Virginia was ranked 10th in the […]

GW baseball team clinches A-10 West

In the course of a season, some wins are more important than others. For the GW baseball team, two victories Saturday against Atlantic 10 rival Xavier at Barcroft Park were its most important wins of the season. The sweep of the doubleheader – behind complete games by junior Ari Zagaris and freshman Adam Belicic – […]

Baginski, GW pitching staff are aces in Colonials’ deck

Junior Tom Baginski has blossomed into one of the aces of the GW baseball team’s pitching staff this season. Coming off a tough 21-33 season last year, the Colonials have improved greatly thanks to Baginski and the rest of the pitching staff, and are 32-14 overall and 13-2 in the Atlantic 10. After a decent […]

Women’s soccer falls short of goals

Going into a season, every team sets goals for itself. The 1997 GW women’s soccer team’s main goal was to make a second consecutive appearance in the NCAA Tournament, a goal it fell just short of achieving. “We obviously weren’t pleased with the season because we didn’t reach our goals, and one of our goals […]

Freshmen will help GW make up for lost seniors

The GW women’s basketball team seeks to improve on an amazing performance last season with the help of newcomers. A solid group of first-year players look to add depth to the Colonial women and bring them closer to the NCAA Tournament. Petra Dubovcova and Katarina Baskova both played for the Junior National Team in Slovakia. […]

GW earns shutout victories over Temple, St. Joseph’s

The GW women’s soccer team won twice this weekend at South Riding Field, finishing up its regular season schedule with a record of 12-5-2, 9-2 in the Atlantic 10 Conference. With the two victories, the Colonial women earned the second seed in the A-10 Tournament next weekend, where they will face Xavier, the third seed. […]

Smith realizes personal goal as a team player

Senior forward Chemar Smith broke the women’s soccer program’s all-time scoring record Friday against Xavier. With her goal in the 70th minute to tie the match, Smith accrued enough points to move past Diane Kelly’s total points record of 96. Currently, Smith has 101 points. “It was a great feeling,” Smith said. “My teammates realized […]