This season, the men’s and women’s teams will both rely on a combined crop of 15 new players and new offensive strategies to turn their programs around.
November 4, 2019
Volume 116, Issue 14
Stories from the November 4, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Christian said the team could create an advantage for itself in a conference that does not attempt many three-pointers.
Rizzotti said she expects the freshmen to see time on the court early in the season as she plays around with different lineups.
The Colonials mustered just 51.3 points per game last season, its lowest team average in more than 38 years.
A College Democrats member talks about why he stepped down from the e-board after some leaders helped to omit votes during an election.
Constitution Avenue was a sea of red as fans packed the sidewalks to watch the Nationals’ World Series championship parade Saturday.
By solely studying ISIS, the program leads people to believe that Islamic extremism, not far-right terror, is a pressing threat.
Christian developed and refined his coaching skills, later taking on more formal roles at teams like his alma mater Mount St. Mary’s and Siena.
Junior forward Neila Luma was one of the team’s offensive centerpieces last season, scoring a team-high 10.4 points per game and pulling 6.1 rebounds.
The Crimson’s inquiry did not put people in danger, but rather showed an effort to seek both sides of the story – exactly what journalists are supposed to do.