The contest marks the sixth time this season the Colonials have had a game canceled or postponed.
Three consecutives postponements and cancellations forced the Colonials to stay hunkered down in Foggy Bottom instead of competing as planned.
GW’s defense was stifling all afternoon, holding St. Bonaventure to just 29.8 percent shooting.
Now 15 years into the gig at GW, men’s basketball play-by-play commentator Byron Kerr still considers calling Colonials games a “dream job.”
Women’s basketball has now dropped four straight games and sits in 13th place in the Atlantic 10.
Freshman center Ali Brigham carried the load on the offensive end, racking up a career-high 26 points on 12-of-15 shooting.
La Salle scored 23 points in the fourth quarter to secure the victory and the Explorers let loose a barrage of shots from beyond the arc all night.
The Colonials are currently knocking down 18.1 percent of its three-point attempts, ranking them the fifth worst in the country.
Graduate student guard Jasmine Whitney’s seven helpers boosted her over the 400 career-assist mark.
Brigham became the first GW freshman in at least 15 years to score double-digit points in the first four games of the season.