Subir Grewal

Women eye title defense

When coaches and members of the GW women’s basketball team talk about this year’s schedule, there is a tone of confidence in the players’ and coaches’ voices. There is also a tone of respect. The Colonials are not taking anybody for granted, because as head coach Joe McKeown said, in the Atlantic 10, one loss […]

Colonials’ slide continues

The GW men’s soccer team came into Saturday’s home opener hoping to end a three-game losing streak. However, the Colonials could not muster much offense, falling to George Mason 2-0. GW (1-5-1) missed many scoring chances down the stretch and, as a result, has now dropped four straight games. Head coach George Lidster said the […]

Embracing new roles

As the lone senior on the GW men’s basketball team last year, Greg Collucci’s name was not at the top of many statistical categories. However, he played a vital role on the team, providing veteran leadership to many young players. Although he averaged about eight minutes per game last season, playing time never mattered much […]

Lawten and defense power women’s soccer team

At first glance, one might think the GW women’s soccer team had an excellent season last year, as the Colonials finished 11-6-2. However, they were only able to compile a mediocre 5-5-1 record in league play. As a result, GW was shut out of the Atlantic 10 Tournament and its season came to a premature […]

Golf falls short at tourney

Despite high expectations, the GW golf team finished eighth out of 11 teams at the Atlantic 10 Tournament last weekend in Middletown, R.I., ending the Colonials’ hopes of making the NCAA Tournament. Sophomore Brian Carroll led the Colonials, placing 11th out of 55 competitors at the tournament by shooting 225 over three rounds. Freshman Jack […]

Golf heads to A-10 tourney

The GW golf team will travel to Middletown, R.I., this weekend for the Atlantic 10 Tournament. If the Colonials can win it, they will earn the program’s first ever trip to the NCAA Tournament. Sophomore Brian Carroll, the team’s top player, said his team has a good shot at winning the tourney. He also said […]

GW golf finishes ninth

The GW golf team placed ninth out of 11 teams at the Andrea Brotto Cavalier Classic in Charlottesville, Va., this weekend. In 12 rounds, the Colonials finished with a total score of 905, 35 strokes behind the winner, University of North Carolina-Wilmington, which finished with a score of 870. Nine out of the 11 teams […]

Tennis nets fifth at A-10s

The GW women’s tennis team advanced to the quarterfinals of the Atlantic 10 Tournament this weekend but went no further. In College Park, Md., the No. 5 Colonials beat No. 12 St. Joseph’s Friday morning, 4-0, before falling to No. 4 Temple, 4-3, later that afternoon. GW finished the season 7-8 but rebounded nicely and […]

Golf takes fourth at invite

The GW men’s golf team placed fourth in the 13-team field at the Rehoboth Beach Spring Invitational Monday. Originally scheduled as a 36-hole event, the invitational was shortened to 18 holes due to heavy rains. The University of Maryland won the invitational with a team total of 295, 10 shots ahead of second-place United States […]

Duo holds court at GW

Four years ago, senior Matt Hane came to GW on a mission to be successful playing Division I tennis. To Hane, winning is everything. “Competition is pretty much everything I play for,” he said. “There are certain kinds of guys. Some just go out there and love to play tennis just for the sport, and […]