Sean Michael Lee

Colonial women survive Duquesne scare

The GW women’s basketball team pulled out a 58-44 victory over Duquesne in what was perhaps the Colonials’ sloppiest offensive game of the season Wednesday night at the Smith Center. Coach Joe McKeown described his offensive as “abominable” after the game. Starting guards Kristeena Alexander and Lindsey Davidson combined for just 2-of-18 shooting, and the […]

Women plow through UMass, Fordham; 6-0 in A-10

The GW women’s basketball team remains undefeated in the Atlantic 10 and continues to plow past opponents no matter the circumstance. This weekend, the Colonials (12-6, 6-0 A-10) headed north for a two-game road trip against Massachusetts and struggling Fordham, winning both contests by 28 points. Erica Lawrence, Kristeena Alexander and Lindsey Davidson led the […]

Colonial suffer loss without top scorer

The GW women’s basketball team had its worst shooting performance of the season in a 71-54 loss to Seton Hall University Sunday afternoon at Walsh Gym in South Orange, N.J. GW managed just 32 percent shooting (22-of-67) and four Colonials fouled out. GW (4-4) was without their top scorer, senior Petra Dubovcova, who sprained her […]

Colonials defense shuts down shooter in GU rivalry

The GW women’s basketball team defeated cross-town rival Georgetown University 70-59 by shutting down its opponent’s best shooter for the second straight game. The Colonials held the Hoyas’ Katie Smrcka-Duffy, a 21-points-a-game scorer, to just seven points at Georgetown’s McDonough Arena Wednesday night. But the Colonials lost Petra Dubovcova late in the game when the […]

Gamecocks crush GW volleyball

Playing without two key starters, the GW volleyball team could not fend off the taller and stronger University of South Carolina Friday night in the NCAA Tournament’s first round in Lincoln, Neb. Senior outside hitter Renee Arnold sat out with a sprained knee and freshmen hitter Ruth Lazzari was benched with a dislocated ankle as […]

Women’s basketball win in sloppy fashion

The GW women’s basketball team played well enough offensively against the University of Iowa Sunday to keep its disappointing 26 turnovers and 23 personal fouls from hampering a 78-64 win. This time of year, don’t expect Picasso, Colonials head coach Joe McKeown said after the game. You’re just gonna get imitation art. The Colonials (3-3) […]

GW conquers World All Stars

The GW men’s basketball team won easily Monday night beating the One World All Stars 96-80. Senior Mike King led all-scorers with 27 points and sophomore SirValiant Brown added 25. This was the Colonials final exhibition game before they host Texas A&M University Saturday night in their first regular-season game. Head Coach Tom Penders experimented […]

Cavs knock out GW in WNIT

The GW women’s basketball team lost a hard-fought battle to the No. 15-ranked University of Virginia Sunday night in the second round of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament, two nights after the Colonials won their season-opener against the University of Delaware. GW senior guard Corrin Reid and freshman center Ugo Oha led the Colonials off […]

Look out for the team with heart

Practice in the Smith Center was over. It was Aug. 17, almost two weeks before the season opener at the Chesapeake Invitational. The volleyball team was wondering where coach Yvette Moorehead was. She didn’t show up for practice. Former assistant coach and now head coach Jojit Coronel joked that she had overslept. The two were […]

Colonials lose in shootout

The GW men’s soccer team played through a scoreless regulation and an unimaginable four overtimes until, finally, in the first round of a five-shot sudden-death shoot-out, the Dayton Flyers scored one goal GW could not match. The goal defeated the No. 4-seeded Colonials in a semi-final match of the Atlantic 10 Championships in Kingston, R.I. […]