Nick Kimball

GW sweeps La Salle

The GW baseball team used strong pitching and hard hitting to sweep La Salle in a three-game series this weekend at Barcroft Park in Arlington, Va. The three wins extended the Colonials’ winning streak to 10 games and vaulted the team past St. Bonaventure, St. Joseph’s and Temple universities in the Atlantic 10 standings just […]

Men’s b-ball to add six

The GW men’s basketball team will add six new faces to its roster next year and all are expected to be immediate contributors, head coach Karl Hobbs said. The Colonials have received letters of intent from guards Ricky Lucas and Carl Elliot and verbal commitments from J.R. Pinnock and Jaaron Greene. Transfers LaFonte Johnson and […]

Bats break Colonials out of four-game funk

The GW baseball team got back on track this week, ending a four-game losing streak with wins over Maryland-Baltimore County and Penn State University. GW (21-11, 1-5 Atlantic 10) took Tuesday’s game at UMBC 9-4 and beat Penn State 11-6 Wednesday. “If we hit then we win,” GW head coach Tom Walter said. “This past […]

Baseball weathers stormy week

The GW baseball team missed six straight games due to inclement weather last weekend, but when the sun finally came out, so did the Colonial bats. The buff and blue drove in 23 runs in two days to win three straight games, improving their season record to 19-7. The Colonials took a doubleheader from Towson […]

Fertitta’s slam highlights rout of UMBC

Junior tri-captain Jeff Fertitta led a balanced offensive attack with a grand slam in the bottom of the third inning Wednesday as the GW baseball team routed Maryland-Baltimore County 11-1 at Barcroft Park in Arlington, Va. Freshman Tom Shanley extended his season-long hitting streak to 13 games with a single in GW’s five-run third inning. […]

Men’s basketball upset bid reversed by refs

A tenth of a second turned jubilation into agony for the GW men’s basketball team Saturday as a controversial tip-in at the buzzer put No. 13 Xavier up 71-70, turning a near-upset into another conference road loss. Senior Chris Monroe’s mid-range jumper put GW ahead 70-69 and gave Xavier the final possession with 10 seconds […]

Forchion’s career-high not enough in men’s basketball overtime loss

The GW men’s basketball team shot 53 percent from the field and saw a career-high 24 point-performance from sophomore Tamal Forchion but fell just short of its first conference road win Wednesday night at St. Bonaventure. The Colonials took the Bonnies into overtime but could not contain Marques Green, who scored 13 of St. Bonaventure’s […]

Conden, Walter reach milestones in win

Senior Greg Conden pitched through strep throat Saturday to record his 30th career win, tying the GW record for career victories. Head Coach Tom Walter also recorded his 200th career win in the GW baseball team’s 3-2 victory over Sacred Hart University in Newport News, Va. Friday and Sunday’s scheduled games were both canceled due […]