The Colonials (8–13, 2–7 A-10) are in ninth place in the Atlantic 10 with five games left in the regular season.
The Colonials are the No. 8 ranked team in the ITA Atlantic Region following a program-best season last spring.
Seven freshmen make up the first recruiting class under head coach Barry King and secured 36 percent of the team’s goals.
Men’s squash won the CSA Hoehn Cup for the first time in program history, taking down the Yale Bulldogs Sunday afternoon.
Both men’s and women’s track and field finished in last place of the Atlantic 10 Indoor Track Championships in Kingston, R.I. last weekend.
The Colonials defeated Middlebury on both the men’s and women’s side and five seniors grabbed wins on Senior Day.
Following an early goal, the Colonials were unable to score en route to a 1–0 loss and a departure from the Atlantic 10 tournament.
The Colonials used late-game runs to defeat Johns Hopkins and Navy and snap their four-game losing streak.
The exhibit at the Renwick Gallery showcases the work of Frances Glessner Lee and encourages visitors to participate in solving the various unsolved murder mysteries laid out in the exhibit.
In his first year at GW, Andras Levai has been one of the Colonials’ top scorers and playmakers with 34 goals and 17 assists on the year.