Subir Grewal

Tennis sweeps Towson

The GW men’s tennis team swept Towson last Friday, marking the Colonials’ eighth victory in ten matches after they began the season 1-4. Senior captain Matt Hane continued his solid play for GW (9-6, 3-2 Atlantic 10) at No. 1 singles with a 6-4, 6-1 victory over Towson’s Chris Rowland. “The key was breaking (Rowland’s) […]

Water polo looks to peak

As the GW women’s water polo team enters the 2004 season, it’s hoping to build on last year’s fourth place finish in the Collegiate Water Polo Association southern division. But to even match last year’s 18-13 record, the best mark in the program’s five-year history, the Colonials will have to replace five seniors who graduated […]

Tennis teams aim to improve

The GW men’s and women’s tennis teams had similar results in last year’s Atlantic 10 Tournament, finishing in sixth and fifth place, respectively. This year, the only similarity between the two teams is that they both want to improve upon those finishes. To achieve that success, however, will require very different blueprints. The men’s team […]

Scouting Report: Women’s Basketball

East Division St. Joseph Hawks Last season: 19-11, 13-3 A-10 The Hawks will start five seniors and shouldn’t have much trouble winning the East again with that experience. Irina Krasnoshiok, a 6-foot-5-inch center, should continue to put up big numbers in the middle. Last year she averaged a team-high 14.3 points per game. There is […]

Water polo earns bid to Easterns

The GW men’s water polo team finished in fourth place this weekend at the Southern Division Championships and for the first time in four years the Colonials qualified for the Eastern Conference Championships, where they will get a chance to play for a spot in the NCAA Final Four. Playing in Lewisburg, Pa., GW competed […]

Water Polo secures fourth seed for Southerns

The GW men’s water polo team finished fourth this weekend at the Inter-Regional Competition at Princeton University. Though they said they had hoped for a better finish, it was still a good weekend for the Colonials, as they were able to secure at least the fourth seed for the CWPA Southern Championships. “I think we […]

Varsity Roundup

The GW men’s water polo team lost to Johns Hopkins University Wednesday night in Baltimore, Md., by the score of 15-10. The Colonials had hoped to beat JHU for the second time in five days, but it was not to be. The Colonials started the game slowly and found themselves down 11-1 at halftime. GW […]

Men’s water polo goes 2-2 at ECACs

The GW men’s water polo team had a successful weekend at the Eastern College Athletic Conference Championships in Providence, R.I. this weekend, especially considering it was the tenth seed going into the ten-team tournament. Playing four games against good teams, the Colonials won two and lost two, beating top-seeded Queens College and Johns Hopkins University […]