One goal stood between winning and losing six times for men’s soccer this season – the most one-goal games through 13 matches since 2015.
GW’s Islamic studies program is the first in the country to offer a Shia Islam track for graduate students.
The Colonials notched six straight wins on the season and recorded one loss, giving them their best start to the season since 2003.
Players said the team is trying to maintain a high level of physicality to succeed relatively combative A-10 squads.
GW extended its losing streak this season to four games, losing three of the four by a one-goal margin.
Men’s tennis relied on its experienced roster ahead of its first competition at the Joe Hunt Invitational this weekend.
Head coach Mark Davis said the team cut the fall competition to save funds to travel to England for a regatta in June.
The Colonials rank No. 1 in the A-10 in shots on goal (85) and in shots on goal per game with 10.63.
GW hammered just three of its 16 shots on goal, while Rhode Island launched eight of its 13 shots on goal.
The Colonials (2-2-1) defeated Brown (1-2) after gaining an early lead in the first half.