Men’s soccer defeated Howard in its most overpowering game yet with a resounding 5–0 victory that gave GW its second straight shutout win.
Women’s soccer tied with George Mason in their Atlantic-10 opener Thursday afternoon in GW’s seventh game without a loss through the regular season.
Andras Levai and Sierra Lange were star athletes during their GW careers, and now they’re back with their former teams as graduate assistants.
The Colonials (3-2-2) beat the Davidson Wildcats (1-5-1) by a score of 1–0 after holding a strong defense on the front lines of the zone.
Following a swift departure from the newly-hired director of recruiting for men’s basketball, Head Coach Chris Caputo filled his place Tuesday.
In three games, the Colonials topped Cal Lutheran 12–8, beat St. Francis Brookly after a 14–13 shootout and dominated Iona by a score of 15–9.
The Colonials split a doubleheader hosted at the Smith Center Friday, securing their first home victory in the pair of matches against Binghamton and Rider.
Volleyball is looking to overcome last season’s dry spell with only two wins, as they increase their offensive play to a three-game winning record.
Men’s soccer tied its second game of the season after struggling to keep the Navy attack at bay in a 3–3 game in Annapolis on Friday.
Men’s soccer fell in its first defeat of the regular season with a 2–1 loss against Mount St. Mary’s, failing to capitalize on shot opportunities in the box.