Four members of the men’s indoor track and field team are competing for the first time in nearly seven months.
The Colonials put together a 22-point third quarter to take the win over La Salle – their third consecutive during the last week.
GW heads into Wednesday’s contest on a two-game win streak in A-10 play, while La Salle is still searching for its first conference victory and fourth overall.
Four Colonials made their collegiate debut at the Lindsey Farris Invitational, where GW finished second overall.
The Colonials shot more efficiently from the field than the Rams, but could not keep up with Fordham’s three-point shooting game.
The Colonials kick off Atlantic 10 play coming off a win against Memphis that snapped GW’s four-game losing streak.
Through 10 games last season, the Colonials were averaging 62.9 points per game. This season GW is being held to 49.1 points per match.
GW (2–8) failed to register double-digit points in any quarter as the Bulls (7–2) dominated and picked up a 63–30 win.
The Colonials could not penetrate the Wildcats’ defense and collected just four points in the paint on the night.
A large chunk of GW’s scoring came from free points – the Colonials picked up a season-high 29 points from the free throw line on the night.