The Colonials held Princeton to 29.0 percent shooting on the night while going 44.2 percent from the field.
The Colonials have been out-rebounded in all three of their matchups this season while allowing opponents to average 9.5 three-point shots per game.
The Colonials opened the 2018-19 season with a perfect record after GW swept all of its opponents in play over the weekend.
Women’s cross country finished 14th in a field of 30 – a program record – after placing 16th out of 28 teams last season.
The Colonials outscored Virginia 40–34 in the second half of the game after being held to just 17 points in the first frame.
The two teams last met in 2016, when GW upset the then-No. 6 Cavaliers 73–68 at the Smith Center – the Colonials’ last win against a ranked opponent.
The Colonials tallied 13 top-three finishes across the board in their dual meet against Howard Saturday.
The Colonials will face a Princeton defense that limited opponents to 55.1 points per game last season in the Ivy League.
The Colonials’ win against Johns Hopkins gave the team its 18th victory on the season, the most single-season victories for the program since 1998.
Each Colonial up and down the men’s and women’s ladders recorded a sweep against Georgetown’s club squash team.