Nick Kimball

From the Heartland: Everybody loves a winner?

With all the recent talk in The Hatchet about school spirit – or the lack thereof, here at G-dub – I’ve noticed a common theme: “If we had a winning team, then I’d have school spirit.” To these students I ask, would you support a basketball team that has won 20-plus games 11 times in […]

Where is GW’s school spirit?

Duke has the “Cameron Crazies,” College Park has “Garyland” and the University of Kansas has “Rock, Chalk, Jayhawk.” What does GW have? Everything but adequate student support, said sophomore Stephen Deacon, the student in charge of basketball promotions for Student and Academic Support Services. “At the bigger state schools, those kids pay $250 to $300 […]

Pre-med Hall balances hoops, books

Mike Hall is a typical GW freshman. He loves D.C., especially the cultural elements. As a pre-med student, he is focused on his career and academic plans. He enjoys visiting the Smithsonian, is inspired by the power of the National Mall and appreciates the diversity of the city. The similarities may end there. Hall is […]

New look team to defend A-10 title

Last season the GW baseball team won the Atlantic 10 tournament and advanced to the NCAAs for the first time in 10 years. But one month later, six players, including one junior, left for the major league draft. After losing so many standout players, most college teams would expect to take at least a year […]

Club G Dub: Principles of the sword

With the cunning of a fox stalking its prey, a young Japanese swordsman carefully tracks his adversary’s every move. At this moment, concentration is absolute, conscious thought is suppressed and action is completely instinctive. The swordsman recognizes an opening and pounces on his opponent. With an explosion of force, he combines the grace of an […]

BBall Preview: McKeown leads women with patience

They don’t come here for the intimate campus. They don’t come here for the ivy-covered buildings. And they certainly don’t come here to see the football team play on Saturdays. So what does attract some of the country’s top female high school basketball players to GW? Thirteen-year veteran head coach Joe McKeown, for one. “It […]

Water polo goes winless at Air Force Invite

The GW men’s water polo team ended its regular season with four straight losses at the Air Force Invite in high-altitude Colorado Springs, Co., dropping all four tournament games last weekend. Junior Pat Dodge led the Colonials and was named to the all-tournament team. GW head coach Scott Reed said his team played well despite […]

Water polo ends eight-game losing streak

The GW men’s water polo team scored 60 goals in four games this weekend to break an eight-game losing streak and finish sixth at the Inter Regional Competition in Grove City, Pa. The Colonials finished the weekend with a 2-2 record, placing them halfway down the field of 12. “We saw a lot of positives, […]

From the heartland: On the eighth day God created October

The Twins beat the A’s, the Yanks are sittin’ at home and I don’t even care that Barry Bonds is still playing, because it’s October and the Fall Classic is right around the corner. That’s right, baseball fans. The playoffs are in full swing and I’m more excited than a freshman at his first keg […]

Web Extra: Men’s Water Polo Comes Up Short

The men’s water polo team put forth its best defensive effort of the season, but unbalanced scoring cost the team another game in the Colonials 9-8 loss to conference-rival Johns Hopkins University Wednesday night at the Smith Center, head coach Scott Reed said. Junior Pat Dodge dominated the Colonials’ offensive, scoring five goals in the […]