The Colonials (2-2-1) defeated Brown (1-2) after gaining an early lead in the first half.
The Colonials were scoreless after three games but recently captured two victories against Liberty and Brown.
Players said the team, while similar in makeup, harnesses a more mature mentality and determined identity.
Despite falling behind early in the second half, the Colonials continued to apply offensive pressure until they finally broke through Maryland’s defense.
The Tokyo native has amassed 21 saves through four games for the Colonials, boasting a .778 save percentage.
Golfers said the entire squad needs to contribute this season after graduate Logan Lowe left a hole in the roster.
In their home-opener, the Colonials (2-1) trounced Hartford (1-2) and Howard (1-2), but succumbed to a loss to American.
The director of the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian discussed his career and myths about Native Americans at a lecture Thursday.
Junior steeplechase racer Suzanne Dannheim smashed her former school record in the outdoor 3000-meter race Saturday.
GW’s three conference wins place the Colonials sixth out of 10 teams in the conference, just within reach of the A-10 Championship.