January 20, 2005

Volume 101, Issue 36

Stories from the January 20, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Colonials shut down Spiders

As snow settled outside the Smith Center Wednesday night, the GW women’s basketball team’s trademark “blizzard” zone defense worked wonders on No. 25 (ESPN/USA Today) Richmond. The Colonials’ stifling effort helped upset the Atlantic 10 West leading Spiders 69-57. “I was really proud of our defense tonight,” McKeown said. “We contested almost every shot they […]

Basketball Notes

Cowan to transfer GW men’s basketball head coach Karl Hobbs has confirmed that junior Jaz Cowan and senior Lafonte Johnson have left the program. Hobbs said Cowan has transferred but did not specify where. The coach said Johnson has chosen to end his basketball career. Cowan, who only logged 37 minutes this season, including an […]

Trend Tracking

Wondering who will be the next big thing in music? You might just see it on campus cable channel 93. MtvU, the first TV station catered specifically to the music tastes of college students, is entering its second semester broadcasting at GW. The all-music station follows trends across campuses nationwide using campus radio play lists […]

Varsity Roundup

Women’s basketball Monta?ana and Beck earn weekly honors Senior Anna Monta?ana was named Atlantic 10 player of the week and freshman Kimberly Beck was named A-10 rookie of the week. It was the second time the players won their respective awards. Swimming and diving Horton-Perenchief shines in Colonials’ loss Katura Horton-Perenchief’s performance brightened up the […]