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GW women crush Latvia

The GW women’s basketball team defeated the University of Latvia 106-52 at the Smith Center Sunday afternoon in its first exhibition game of the season. The Colonials played an unexceptional Latvia team that fell far behind only 10 minutes into the first half. Head Coach Joe McKeown said he was not impressed with the victory […]

BBall Preview: For GW women, it’s the big idea

Last year the GW women’s basketball team was small but quick. Senior guards Elisa Aguilar and Marlo Egleston led the team through the Atlantic 10 Conference and into the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The team was a perfect 15-0 at home. The Colonials overcame a 3-of-23 first-half shooting drought to beat nationally ranked […]

Colonials to battle Dayton in A-10 Championships

The GW men’s soccer will make its first postseason appearance in eight years Friday night against top-ranked Dayton in the first round of the Atlantic 10 Championships at Rhode Island. If the No. 4-seeded Colonials win, they would advance to the championship round to play either No. 2 Massachusetts or No. 3 Rhode Island. The […]

Men’s soccer clinches berth

the first time in eight years after clinching a playoff berth this weekend by punishing Xavier 4-1 at South Riding Field. Heading into Friday’s game, GW (9-5-2, 6-3-1 A-10) was in fourth place, needing one win and a Duquesne loss to clinch the final qualifying spot for the Atlantic 10 Championships. After GW’s victory, Temple’s […]

Colonials defeat Patriots

The GW volleyball team played an exhausting five-game road match Tuesday night, beating local rival and host George Mason University 12-15, 15-10, 10-15, 15-6 and 15-7 in Fairfax, Va. The Colonials (17-4, 8-1 Atlantic 10) are in second place in the conference and have seven matches left. Before the Colonials finish the season with four […]

Volleyball pummels Rams at home

Behind the dazzling play of senior Renee Arnold, the GW volleyball team mowed through visiting Fordham 3-0 Saturday night at the Smith Center. Despite its early dominance against the Rams, GW had trouble closing out each of the three games. GW won 15-5, 15-9 and 15-7 over a Fordham team that Colonials head coach Jojit […]

GW falls to St. Bonaventure

The GW women’s soccer team split its weekend Atlantic 10 matches and must win its final two matches and receive help in order to qualify for the A-10 Tournament Nov. 3. The Colonials (5-12, 4-4 A-10) fell to St. Bonaventure Sunday and defeated visiting Duquesne Friday afternoon. The top four A-10 teams in points qualify […]

GW falters in home losses

The GW men’s soccer team was rolling through the Atlantic 10 conference on a four-game winning streak until last weekend, when Rhode Island and Massachusetts stormed into South Riding Field and shut out the battered `Colonials. The Colonials lost both games to quicker and more aggressive teams. GW’s second-leading scorer, Jason Holloway, played sparingly against […]

Volleyball downs the Dukes

The GW volleyball team stormed into Duquesne’s A.J. Palumbo Arena Friday night, overpowered the Dukes in every facet of the game and left with a three-game sweep and its seventh-straight Atlantic 10 win. But the second-place Colonials (15-4, 7-1 A-10) could not advance in the standings because first-place Temple (7-0 in A-10) defeated host Massachusetts […]

A-10 foes sweep women’s soccer

The GW women’s soccer team was out-shot and out-scored in two road losses against top Atlantic 10 Conference teams last weekend. The Minutewomen of UMass topped the Colonials 2-1 Saturday, while Rhode Island routed GW 5-2 Friday. In the two games the Colonials (4-11, 3-3 A-10) managed a total of only 13 shots -four against […]