The Colonials showcased a lackluster offense, but the team’s defense was able to hold the Bison and pull off a win.
The Colonials have had nearly a week of rest to tune up after two rough outings before they face off against the Bison Friday.
The Colonials graduated their top two performers – Cami Drouin-Allaire and Chelsea Raineri – in the past two seasons.
A former student and men’s tennis player alleges in a 35-page complaint that his coaches and teammates discriminated against him.
Head coach Brian Thomas said there are swimmers on this year’s squad who have been consistent, but the team lacks a single standout performer.
Through 10 games last season, the Colonials were averaging 62.9 points per game. This season GW is being held to 49.1 points per match.
Sophomore guard Maceo Jack piled on a career-high 23 points in the game, but GW could not keep up with the Crusaders’ hot shooting.
GW (2–8) failed to register double-digit points in any quarter as the Bulls (7–2) dominated and picked up a 63–30 win.
Toro’s absence leaves GW’s interior exposed, which is especially dangerous against a team that averages 35.6 points in the paint per game.
Toro averaged a team-leading 9.3 rebounds and 10.1 points per game through seven games.