May 20, 2002

Volume 99, Issue 2

Stories from the May 20, 2002 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Baseball stays alive in conference playoffs

Jeff Fertitta’s eighth-inning RBI single edged the GW baseball team over second-seed Saint Bonaventure 5-4 in the final preliminary round of the Atlantic 10 tournament Sunday. With the win, the third-seeded Colonials advance to the championship final of the conference playoffs, where they will face top-seeded Richmond in a best of three series Thursday, May […]

McKeown withdraws name from Vanderbilt pool

GW women’s basketball head coach Joe McKeown was one of seven coaches to turn down the head coaching job for the women’s program at Vanderbilt University, withdrawing his name from consideration last Wednesday. The spot, left open when 11-year veteran coach Jim Foster took a job at Ohio State in April, remains open. McKeown, named […]

Frisbee heads to nationals

It’s not often a five-year-old team makes it to a national championship, but with their second-place finish at the regional tournament in Princeton, N.J. last month, the GW men’s ultimate Frisbee team did. The team, called the Hungry Hungry Hippos, will travel to Spokane, Wash. this weekend with a little help from University President Stephen […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Seniors count down last GW moments

Seniors raised a glass, gambled and revisited old haunts last week to enjoy their final moments at GW. Grad Week 2002 included the presentation of the senior gift, an all-night trip to Atlantic City and the annual back to Thurston night. The Cinema Drafthouse Monday night featured screenings of Animal House and a slide show […]