Noah Cohen

Event honors Robinson at GW

Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball in 1947, bravely facing brutal discrimination and racism throughout his career. His courage and commitment to fighting discrimination turned Robinson into a symbol of hope for the country. Thursday’s 15th annual Jackie Robinson Night paid tribute to the groundbreaking second baseman and honored Arthur Silber […]

Golfer’s win streak sets record

Very little about Andres Pumariega’s path to the men’s golf team has been ordinary. Golf was never his game growing up, and once he did pick it up, GW wasn’t the place he initially decided he to play. But things have a way of working out and the junior is defying expectations, leaving his mark […]

Softball drops four-straight against Philadelphia foes

After opening its Atlantic 10 season 3-1, the softball team was sitting near the top of the conference standings and seemingly moving in the right direction following the struggles of last season. The Colonials hit a bump in their road to recovery though over the weekend, getting swept in a pair of doubleheaders against Saint […]

Colonials lose second straight

GW traveled to Richmond Saturday a shaken squad, leaving behind a devastating loss to Temple Wednesday that was the worst in program history. The Colonials were looking to regain their confidence against the Spiders, but despite a stronger effort on the court, GW was ultimately overpowered 70-62 by Richmond. Despite the loss, GW still clinched […]

Colonials fall to rival Charlotte in home game

It looked like the GW women’s basketball team was building some momentum after ending a program-worst 11 game losing streak. Entering their matchup Wednesday, the Colonials were coming off a two-game winning streak and were poised to match their season best winning streak by adding a third. Consecutive victories weren’t in the cards, however, as […]

Late run not enough for GW against Dukes

As the snow fell Wednesday night outside the Smith Center, things seemed to be snowballing on the women’s basketball team as the Colonials looked to snap their program-record, nine-game losing streak. Early on, it looked as though the injury-plagued Colonials wouldn’t be able to keep pace with its Wednesday-night opponent, Duquesne. GW allowed the Dukes […]

Bozeman not pleased with effort in GW loss

As the first half of play wound down for the women’s basketball team Saturday night against St. Bonaventure, sophomore guard Danni Jackson limped off the court with a mild knee sprain, leaving the Colonials without their starting point guard for much of the second half. It was a costly injury for GW, but head coach […]

Hogan readying for NCAA Championships

Senior women’s cross-country runner Megan Hogan was named Atlantic 10 Cross-Country Student-Athlete of the Year for the second time in a row Tuesday, but it’s not exactly time to celebrate. She’s got another race this weekend, the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship, but the 22-year-old has her sights set even higher than that. “We’ve been working […]

Volleyball drops two, extends skid to six

Three weeks ago, the volleyball team was in second place in the Altantic 10, having won six of its first seven conference games. Since GW’s last win Oct. 17 at home against Temple, the Colonials have dropped to sixth place in the A-10 and have lost six straight. The team extended its skid over the […]

Whyte leading charge on offense for GW

At six-foot-one, Lauren Whyte can be an intimidating figure on the volleyball court. She’s just a sophomore, but the Olmsted Falls, Oh., native has emerged this season as one of the top offensive players in the Atlantic 10, leading the conference in both kills and points. Whyte’s volleyball career began in sixth grade by following […]