Twenty-two students accepted bids from an IFC chapter this semester, marking a steep drop from the 121 students who accepted bids last fall semester.
November 7, 2022
Volume 119, Issue 12
Stories from the November 7, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Colonials will play a total of 16 games against A-10 competition, with each game televised by CBS Sports Network, ESPN+ or NBC Sports Washington.
Guards Maximus Edwards and EJ Clark and forward Keegan Harvey are filling the shoes of former star guards Joe Bamisile and Brayon Freeman.
With four years in the NCAA already under his belt, senior forward Ricky Lindo Jr. plans to lead the team looking to capitalize on a fresh coaching staff.
For women’s basketball’s trio of seniors, this season is about instilling team-first values in their younger teammates.
Head Coach Chris Caputo said he’s restocked the player and coaching roster with “really competitive talent” to establish the program’s sustainability.
Alongside Mayor Muriel Bowser, who’s expected to win a third term, eight D.C. Council candidates are vying for two at-large positions in the 2022 elections.
Officials developed the program based on NBA star Stephen Curry, who shoots 250 to 300 shots during season practices to bolster the team’s offense.
Incumbents Evelyn Hudson, Joel Causey and Trupti Patel are running unopposed for ANC seats along with newcomers Jordan Nassar and Jim Malec.
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