With four players shooting their best rounds of the championship on the final day, GW posted its fourth-best round of the season and earned a third-place finish out of 11 teams.
This post was written by Hatchet reporter Rob Bartnichak. The women’s tennis team defeated George Mason by the score of 6-1 Sunday, capping off the regular season and Senior Day with a celebration. Senior Leah Pascarella paced the Colonials, who along with sophomore Christina Carpenter, secured an 8-3 doubles win to help the Colonials take […]
The dominant display by the Colonials prevented the top three slots from finishing their matches, highlighting GW’s deep roster.
This post was written by Hatchet staff writer Nora Princiotti. The men’s basketball team recruited two more highly-touted players, the athletics department announced Thursday, with Matt Cimino and Yuta Watanabe signing National Letters of Intent. Cimino, the big man from Worcester Academy, posted 13.8 points, 8.2 rebounds and 1.6 blocks in his senior season as […]
This post was written by Hatchet staff writer Nora Princiotti. Women’s water polo senior Rachael Bentley was named the Collegiate Water Polo Association Southern Division Player of the Week Wednesday, after her record-breaking week of clutch scoring. The Colonials went 2-1 against three division rivals las week, which the award covers, topping Mercyhurst and Bucknell, […]
During a time in college basketball when change is rampant – with conference realignment, vacating transfers and coach firings – the men’s basketball program has locked down stability.
The third-year head coach is set to have his contract renewed through the 2020-21 season.
GW fell just one shot short of completing an improbable second-half comeback Friday, falling to the No. 8-seeded Memphis Tigers, 71-66. Graduate student Maurice Creek got a final look at tying the game, but as many of his shots did at the PNC Arena, it did not fall. In his final game as a Colonial, […]
This isn’t just the men’s basketball team’s first visit to the NCAA Tournament in seven years. It’s also this student body’s first chance to experience the frenzy that is the big dance. Diehard fans will have already had multiple brackets filled, while new fans have begun blooming like cherry blossoms – all with the same hope that the Colonials still have a few more wins left in them.
Armwood and his frontcourt mate, Atlantic 10 most-improved player Kevin Larsen, made themselves known in the paint and solidified their spots as one of the best inside tandems in the conference.