Rhode Island built an early lead and never lost their momentum as they continued their spotless A-10 run.
The win marked GW’s fifth straight victory and raised their record at home to 10-2.
Two opposing motions have requested a District Court judge to make a ruling on a lawsuit that the EEOC filed against GW Athletics in 2017.
Diane Kelly first came to GW after transferring from Mercer County College as a sophomore in 1986, when she led the nation with 29 goals.
To open the induction ceremony, Athletic Director Tanya Vogel highlighted the importance of GW sports programs to the University as a whole.
Edwards led the Colonials in scoring with 15 points on 6-15 shooting.
A limited rotation also contributed to the Colonials’ loss, as only eight players checked in, with 3 of them playing fifteen minutes or less.
A dueling pair of court filings have revitalized the battle over a 2017 pay discrimination lawsuit as GW looks to quash salary-disparity allegations.
A suffocating defense, particularly in the paint, aided the Colonials with Taiwo in control of the glass, leaving limited second-chance opportunities for the Dukes.
Fordham made a massive second half charge that rained down 52 points on the the Colonials, who responded with only 33.