Led by Mills’ 17 points, the Explorers sliced through GW’s 1-3-1 zone defense, which Lonergan went to when forward Kevin Larsen quickly got into foul trouble.
December 5, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 20
Stories from the December 5, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The conference, after a few years of realignment, has proven formidable. Five A-10 teams, including GW, are in the top 50 in Ratings Percentage Index, which adjusts teams’ ranking for strength of schedule.
GW’s balanced offensive attack waltzed around Georgia (6-6) defenders, made possible by seven rebounds from forward Isaiah Armwood, and six apiece by sophomore Patricio Garino and Savage.
But in a busy year, Knapp has weighed in on some big issues. Here’s a list of GW’s top leader’s most important on-the-record statements over the last year, and how they tie into his vision as a leader.
The men’s basketball team recorded its fifth-straight win Saturday over UMBC, 74-61, but it certainly won’t be a victory that earns the Colonials any additional votes in the next AP poll. Against a much weaker UMBC team, GW got away with some mental lapses at the free throw line and a lackluster performance from behind […]
Winter break is upon us, and with it comes almost a full month of unadulterated free time. With such free time we enter the black hole danger zone.
As good teams do, the Colonials didn’t count themselves out. GW surged ahead in the second half to grab their ninth win of the season – a 70-60 victory over the Terriers.
Updated: Dec. 9 at 9:06 p.m. Nearly two dozen sophomores in Alpha Epsilon Pi are fighting an eviction from Greek housing this month, which GW officials said results from more than a year of hazing, alcohol and drug violations. The students learned they would be forced out of their chapter’s housing through a Dec. 4 […]
For the past three years, Creek has had to watch from the sidelines as his Indiana teams got better and better – won more and more. To get to taste that victory for himself, he made the bold choice to make use of his extra year of eligibility and transfer to a mid-major with, seemingly, just mid-major potential.
Media Credit: Cameron Lancaster | Photo Editor Sophomore Christian Yip flips burgers Wednesday during the Buff Out tailgate in G Street Park across from the Smith Center. The men’s basketball team defeated Rutgers 93-87, marking the team’s seventh win of the season and drawing bigger crowds to games.