Saint Joseph’s outscored GW 29–8 in the second frame after four different players combined to shoot 77.8 percent from beyond the arc.
Students in the program said the report is a right step to increase diversity, but they are still waiting to be updated on many of their suggestions.
The 67–47 win marks the team’s first Atlantic 10 victory and first win on the road, while also snapping a four-game losing skid.
Officials said the program has allowed students to build cultural awareness by encouraging them to travel to “less traditional” study abroad locations.
Against Dayton, GW turned the ball over just eight times and recorded 14 assists for a 1.75 assist to turnover ratio.
After averaging 20 turnovers in the last four games, the squad turned the ball over just 11 times in its bout with Fordham.
Delaware was stifled by GW’s defense, firing at a .338 clip – its lowest percentage of the season.
The squad will lean on ball handlers in graduate student guards Jasmine Whitney and Sydney Zambrotta and junior guard Maddie Loder.
Rizzotti said two upperclassmen and a couple of freshmen could bolster the squad’s post play this season.
Faculty said their students were tired after staying up late on Election Day to hear the results and extended due dates for assignments as a result.