After several years of program mediocrity and upsetting seasons, GW has gone from being a team that was overshadowed, to being in the spotlight – a position that can only be maintained through repeat performance.
Men’s water polo fell to Navy 19-15 Saturday night on senior day at the Smith Center.
This post was written by Hatchet reporter Alex Kist The volleyball team took the floor Friday night with an opportunity to stay undefeated in conference play by beating one of the conference’s best, Saint Louis. But the Colonials succumbed to the same song and dance that has plagued them in tight matchups this season: a […]
Down two sets to one against Rhode Island in their Atlantic 10 conference opener, the Colonials were well aware that the only way they could defeat the Rams Friday night was in five sets. But through 13 games this season, GW’s volleyball team had not played a single five-set match. Rhode Island on the other […]
On paper, the Colonials are undoubtedly a threat for post-season play. But on the floor, GW still has a few adjustments to make.
This post was written by Hatchet reporter Rob Bartnichak. Senior Brian Mojica and junior Bogdan Petkovic each set program records on Sunday in a 14-12 loss to No. 8 Princeton. Mojica set up Petkovic with 2:13 left in the first period for his 159th career assist, passing David Zenk for the most in program history. […]
The volleyball team got back in the win column Tuesday with a straight-sets victory over Georgetown.
After an early morning straight-sets win over Columbia (25-21, 25-19, 25-20), GW fell to Baylor in the second game of the double header in three sets (30-28, 25-23, 25-23).
Athletic Director Patrick Nero announced Monday that Tracy Coyne will assume the position after former head coach Tara Hannaford left the program for personal reasons in early August.
The Colonials learned a valuable lesson before the James Madison Invitational this weekend: Maintain a high standard of play at all times.