Neil Sharma

Men’s soccer drops fifth straight at Navy

The GW men’s soccer team looked to end its four-game losing streak Wednesday night on the road at Navy, and the Colonials were in a good position to earn a win, tied at zero going into the half. But as it has often played out this season, the Colonials struggled mightily in the second half, […]

Colonials held scoreless in loss to UDC

The men’s soccer team entered its game Saturday afternoon against the University of the District of Columbia looking for its first win since Sept. 8, and midway through the first half, it seemed as though GW was catching all the breaks. In the 19th minute, UDC forward Desean Ragland charged cleats up into Colonial defender […]

Davis adjusts to life in goal

Typically, the men’s soccer team carries two goalkeepers on its roster, a safeguard against injury, and an assurance of flexibility should a replacement be needed. For GW, sophomore Brendan Lafferty is the more experienced starter and freshman Devon DuBay his backup. There’s just one problem for the Colonials: both Lafferty and DuBay are injured. Enter […]

Men’s soccer blanked by Coastal Carolina

After 20 minutes of play, the GW men’s soccer team seemed to have a good handle on its game against Costal Carolina on Friday. The players were maintaining possession on offense and the defense had allowed only one shot, but things began to get rocky for the Colonials midway through the first half. In the […]

Duke drops Men’s soccer with big second half

After 45 minutes of play, the men’s soccer team went into halftime with a lot to be happy about Tuesday night. The Colonials had managed to keep the score deadlocked at 0-0 against sixth-ranked Duke, despite the fact that the Blue Devils had out-shot the Colonials 11-0. “We changed our formation a little bit, we […]

Rudolph’s hat trick not enough for GW

In the 55th minute of the men’s soccer game against Mount Saint Mary’s Saturday, junior defender Brice Carr launched a free kick into the penalty box, looking for a teammate in hopes of an equalizing goal for the Colonials. On the other end of that free kick was sophomore forward Seth Rudolph, who managed to […]

Men’s soccer suffers

For 89 minutes Saturday, the GW men’s soccer team managed to stay even with its opponent, Howard, keeping the score tied at zero and a victory just one goal away. Then, with less than 60 seconds left in the game, the Colonials went on the attack, sending more players at their opponent’s goal in an […]

Environmental activists hold concert on National Mall

When Denis Hayes coordinated the first Earth Day in 1970, he was unsure of whether the event would last another year – let alone 40 more. On that spring day in 1970, the National Mall was the epicenter for environmental legislation, as citizens nationwide demanded more intense conservation of the environment. But on Sunday, the […]

Women’s lacrosse triumphs in triple OT

With just over three minutes to play in Sunday’s women’s lacrosse game versus La Salle, La Salle midfielder Melanie Sarcinello scored a goal to tie the game at six. The GW defense had allowed two goals in the final 10 minutes, despite having one of its best games of the season. “[La Salle] started to […]

Crew teams prepare to host regatta

In an annual rite of spring, men’s and women’s rowers from a dozen different schools around the country will descend on D.C. to take part in the 23rd George Washington Invitational Regatta this weekend. The event, which will take place on the Potomac River, is the first of two home races for GW’s women’s team, […]