Men’s basketball’s four-man freshman class expects to see action as soon as the season begins, especially at guard positions.
November 6, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 14
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Head coach Jennifer Rizzotti said the shorter bench would not limit her substitutions, but instead she would count on each player to contribute.
The Colonials are confident before the season starts Friday, despite offseason losses and inexperienced rosters.
The vice president for research said expanding agreements between professors and corporations is one of the office’s central goals this academic year.
Students employed at the Colonial Connection call center participated in focus groups to get their feedback on alumni contributions to GW.
This year, seniors forward Kelli Prange and guards Brianna Cummings and Camila Tapias said the coach will rely on them to score, defend and lead.
Both men’s and women’s basketball are confident before their seasons start Friday, despite offseason losses and inexperienced rosters.
After serving as the team’s manager for three years, senior Jack Granger joined men’s basketball as a walk-on in his final year at GW.