Noah Cohen

Volleyball rolls in home-opening win

The women’s volleyball team continued its strong start to the season, improving to 8-3 with a 3-0 victory over Loyola, Md., in its home opener Wednesday night. The Colonials dominated throughout the match, rarely trailing the Greyhounds and sweeping the three sets by scores of 25-16, 25-17 and 25-20. GW dominated the game statistically as […]

Women’s tennis topples Towson in home finale

It had been an up-and-down season for the GW women’s tennis team, but the Colonials made sure senior Michele Style went out in a victorious fashion with a 7-0 win over Towson Sunday in their final home match of the season. Style, the team’s lone senior, was honored with a pre-match bouquet of flowers as […]

Gymnastics takes third in opener

The GW gymnastics team opened its season at home Sunday, finishing third place in the six-team Lindsey Ferris/GW Invitational at the Smith Center. The meet featured five other teams, including event-winner North Carolina as well as Temple, Cornell, William & Mary and the University of Pennsylvania. The invitational honored program alumna Lindsey Ferris, who died […]

Big shoes for bigs to fill

Two physically dominant centers; a pair of players with four years of experience; a 6-foot-3 duo that took over the rebound department – gone. The GW women’s basketball team will open the season without two familiar faces – Jessica and Jazmine Adair, two low-post stalwarts with experience and an ability to control the boards throughout […]

Volleyball spikes Howard

The GW women’s volleyball team has enjoyed a hot stretch of late, winning seven of nine matches over the last three weeks entering Tuesday’s match against Howard. Fortunately for the squad, the visiting Bison did nothing to cool the Colonials’ winning ways, as GW easily handled their guests with a 3-0 sweep. Although Howard kept […]

Men’s water polo sunk in first home game

After a season-opening 21 straight road games over its first month of play, the GW’s men’s water polo team finally got the opportunity to play in its refurbished home in the basement of the Smith Center Thursday. Although the excitement brought out a sizeable crowd, and senior John-Claude Wright tied his career high with six […]

At home, men’s soccer wins wet one

As halftime approached in the GW men’s soccer team’s game against Mount St. Mary’s Saturday, it seemed that the teams would be knotted up going into the break. But junior Marcus Ranney had a different idea. Ranney, a substitute midfielder, found some magic in the closing seconds of the half, firing from 25 yards out. […]