The Flyers crashed the boards hard and outrebounded the Colonials 40-18.
Taiwo bolted into A-10 play, garnering a career-high 14 rebounds against Fordham and a career-high 18 points in a victory over Duquesne.
Graduate student forward Alexandra Maund notched a floor-leading and season-high 17 points and secured seven rebounds.
The Colonials coughed up a nine-point halftime lead and allowed William and Mary to net 21 points in the fourth quarter to complete the comeback.
GW netted nine points from deep but made up for the low point production with 32 points in the paint.
GW bounced back from a seven-point deficit in the first quarter to outscore Quinnipiac in the remaining three frames to secure its sixth win of the season.
Underclassmen have accounted for a majority of the team’s offense after three upperclassmen were benched from injury.
After a back-and-forth fourth quarter, a last second layup by redshirt freshman forward Mayowa Taiwo pushed GW to the 64–63 win.
Volleyball is headed to the Atlantic 10 Championship for the second time under head coach Sarah Bernson after missing postseason play last year.
The squad’s field goal percentage waned throughout the first three quarters, decreasing from 40 to 20 percent in the third frame.