The 2022 class is headlined by a trio of student-athletes who made history by breaking the color barrier at the University.
The Colonials stumbled to their sixth loss in the last seven games against the Hawks in a 2–0 defeat Saturday afternoon.
Both the men’s and women’s squads became the first teams in program history to win the first two meets of a season.
After playing in empty sports facilities for more than a year, fans will once again pack into stands to watch GW’s sporting events.
Women’s soccer remains winless after dropping another game to American Sunday afternoon at the Mount Vernon Campus.
The Colonials took the lead just 66 seconds into the game, courtesy of a tap-in finish from graduate student forward Oscar Haynes-Brown.
The Colonials return all 24 players on last year’s roster and three freshmen recruits as they look to reach the A-10 Championship for a second consecutive season.
Sailing is competing in a trio of national championships to round out the program’s final season as a varsity sport.
Lange’s return to the field has boosted the Colonials on both sides of the ball in their dominant run in conference play.
Baseball is looking for consistency on the mound to complement its explosive offense heading into conference play.