Michael Loeb

Road woes continue

A pair of heart-breaking road defeats this past weekend to two Atlantic 10 foes has all but guaranteed that the GW women’s lacrosse team will not qualify for the conference tournament. The women fell 13-11 to St. Bonaventure Friday afternoon, followed by a 12-11 overtime loss to Duquesne Sunday. A year after GW’s first conference […]

Seniors look to future and now

As seniors wind down their tenure at GW, many are overwhelmed by the prospect of entering the working world or continuing education in the year to come. There is a feverish crunch to polish off resumes, complete applications, make connections and find jobs. The closing weeks of what may be the greatest four years of […]

Owls overpower GW lacrosse in eighth loss

After torching the Temple Owls for four unanswered goals in the opening 5:30, the GW women’s lacrosse team stumbled, losing the game 13-10 on Sunday. In front of about 300 GW and Temple fans at the Mount Vernon Athletic Complex, attackers Colleen Schmidt, a senior, and Laura Hostetler, a junior, scored three goals apiece, but […]

GW loses A-10 opener

Momentum swung back and forth. The GW women’s lacrosse team fought hard but lost to ninth-ranked Richmond 16-14. Junior attacker Laura Hostetler found the net four times in the Colonials’ Atlantic 10 opener at the Mount Vernon Athletic Complex Sunday. Midfielder Kristin Karcsh, attacker Annie Howley and defenseman Katelyn Honeyford chipped in two goals each. […]

Lacrosse rolls over Cal

In a dominating display of passing, stick-handling and team defense, the women’s lacrosse team thumped the University of California Golden Bears Wednesday, 18-6. Senior co-captain Colleen Schmidt (five goals) and junior attacker Laura Hostetler (four goals) led the Colonials (4-6) to victory at the Mount Vernon Athletic Complex. The Colonials’ Atlantic 10 schedule starts Sunday […]

Win, loss for lacrosse

Fourteen seconds into GW’s home game Friday against Davidson College (N.C.), junior attacker Laura Hostetler tried to set a theme for the upcoming season: aggressiveness. In beating Davidson 17-9 at the Mount Vernon Athletic Complex and losing a thriller 11-10 to William and Mary Sunday in Williamsburg, Va., the team (3-6) seemed to follow Hostetler’s […]