Neil Sharma

Last chance to fulfill great expectations

When current seniors Tara Booker, Sara Mostafa and Tiana Myers put on their Colonials uniforms for the first time in 2008, they were suiting up for arguably one of the strongest women’s programs in the country. GW posted double-digit wins for 19 straight seasons under former head coach Joe McKeown. His career record at GW […]

Volleyball completes D.C. sweep over Hoyas

As sophomore Jamie Armstrong headed to serve late in the third set, Georgetown needed only one point to take a 2-1 lead in overall sets. Armstrong’s serve jump-started a Colonials rally, and seven points later, the game was tied. But following a service error and a Georgetown ace, the Colonials’ comeback ended, and the volleyball […]

Volleyball remains undefeated through six

When the final buzzer sounded on the Colonials 3-0 victory over Central Connecticut State Saturday, it marked an accomplishment more monumental than a match victory. It was GW’s sixth-straight win, the longest the team has gone undefeated to start the season since 2003, when they opened play with a 10-0 streak. The Colonials were dominant […]

Second-half rally spells success for women’s basketball

After one half of play in its game against George Mason Sunday, the women’s basketball team had surrendered nine turnovers, shot just 27 percent and as a result was down 13 points. Head coach Mike Bozeman knew he had to motivate his team to come out stronger in the second half, as well as make […]

GW-George Mason rivalry is still growing

FAIRFAX, Va. – Last year, the GW men’s basketball team earned the signature win of its non-conference schedule against George Mason, trouncing the Patriots at the Smith Center 60-49. GW dubbed the game “The Battle of the Orange Line,” looking to create a local rivalry and drawing thousands of fans to the Smith Center in […]

Sports In Brief

Men’s soccer gets first A-10 win in season finale After opening Atlantic 10 play with eight straight losses, the men’s soccer team earned its first conference win in its final game of the season Sunday with a 3-1 win over Saint Joseph’s. GW has had trouble scoring for much of the season, but the Colonials […]

Men’s soccer still looking for first A-10 win

Young teams are often prone to struggling over the course of a season, but when injuries also become a factor, wins can become scarce. Injuries and youth have been the story this season for the men’s soccer team, which fell 3-1 Friday to St. Bonaventure and 3-0 Sunday against Duquesne. St. Bonaventure got on the […]

Men’s soccer still winless in Atlantic 10

Atlantic 10 play has not been kind to the men’s soccer team this season. The Colonials have scored just once in their five A-10 games so far and are winless in conference play. If GW hopes to get into the winning column against a conference opponent this season, it will have to do so on […]

GW drops two to Charlotte and Saint Louis

The GW men’s soccer team came into the weekend with a pair of home games on the schedule, looking for its first Atlantic 10 victory of the season. The Colonials had chances in both games, but ultimately fell twice on the weekend, 2-0 to No. 23 Charlotte (NSCAA/ Friday and 1-0 against Saint Louis Sunday. […]

Men’s soccer snaps skid against Rider

Fewer than 10 minutes into the men’s soccer game against Rider Saturday afternoon, GW forward Seth Rudolph received a long over-the-top pass, snuck past the last Rider defender and took a clean shot on goal. Rudolph’s shot was blocked, but Colonials forward Jeff Eisenbud was there for the rebound, putting the ball past the goalie […]