Max Zimmerman

Women defend home turf

The GW women’s soccer team narrowly escaped with another victory Sunday, squeaking by Rhode Island on a late goal by senior Kim Warner. The 1-0 victory, coupled with a 1-0 win over Massachusetts Friday, was the Colonials’ 13th straight game without a loss at home and their fifth straight shutout. GW Head Coach Tanya Vogel […]

Women’s soccer extends best start in team history

The GW women’s soccer team weathered a flurry of offensive pressure early in the second half and got a goal from senior Kim Warner to beat visiting Creighton University Sunday, 1-0. The victory came on the heels of a scoreless double overtime draw to Richmond on Friday in the Colonials’ first conference game of the […]

Volleyball suffers first losses

It had to happen sometime. The GW volleyball team’s record-breaking run of 10 straight wins came to an abrupt halt Friday as the Colonials were dominated by No. 17 (USA Today/AVCA) Santa Clara University, 3-0, in GW’s first match of the Gamecock Invitational at South Carolina University. The Colonials finished off the tournament by defeating […]

GW comes back to tie UMD

The GW women’s soccer team got goals from senior Kim Warner and junior Kelly Lawten to come back and stun Maryland, 2-2, in double overtime Sunday at Mount Vernon. The draw was the first time in four years the Terrapins have not beaten the Colonials, and it extended GW’s home-unbeaten streak to seven games dating […]

Women’s tennis nabs fifth at A-10s

The GW women’s tennis team earned a fifth-place finish at the Atlantic 10 Championships at College Park, Md. this weekend. The fifth-seeded Colonials lost to eventual runner-up Massachusetts but went on to beat Dayton in match for fifth place Saturday. Second-seeded Temple won the tournament for the first time since 1995, defeating fourth-seeded Massachusetts in […]

Softball takes first win of the season

This week was one of firsts for the GW softball team. The Colonials earned their first win of their inaugural season splitting a double header with Coppin State Wednesday at Mount Vernon. The 6-0 victory came in the second game of the match up, with Coppin State taking the first game 1-0. Freshman captain Elana […]

Shanley keeps hitting streak alive in pair of doubleheaders

They lost seven players to graduation and the Major League Baseball Draft last year and have 10 freshmen on their roster, but the Colonials are still defending champions of the Atlantic 10. And they’re playing like it. In a weekend that featured record-breaking pitching and a combined 54 runs to boot, the GW baseball team […]

Fertitta, Milsom lead baseball in 10-1 win

Seven different Colonial pitchers held local rival James Madison University scoreless for eight innings en route to a 10-1 victory in Newport News, Va. Tuesday. The dominant win was a confidence booster for the GW baseball team, which heads to No. 1 (Baseball America) Georgia Tech this weekend. “JMU is a perennial top 30 team […]

Club G-Dub: Ice Hockey offers puck fans a home team

Mike Wilbon won’t let it be discussed on ESPN’s “Pardon the Interruption.” GW doesn’t have a varsity team, neither do the other 11 colleges or universities in the Atlantic 10 and Caps prices are upwards of 40 bucks a pop. For a typical GW student, it’s hard to find a hockey game in the District. […]

Softball builds for future

When the nine women on the GW softball team take the field Feb. 22 against Norfolk State, it won’t just be the first regular season game of the year, it will be their first time the squad plays a Division I varsity game. Head Coach Leslie King Moore, a silver medallist in the 1990 World […]