Six Colonials extended their matches past three games and five games were decided in extra points.
After a back-and-forth fourth quarter, a last second layup by redshirt freshman forward Mayowa Taiwo pushed GW to the 64–63 win.
Men’s squash was downed by Virginia and Princeton, while women’s squash suffered the same fate against Princeton this weekend.
Senior forward Arnaldo Toro started the game for the team, played two minutes and then left with an injury, recording one defensive rebound.
Sophomore guard Amir Harris has received a transfer waiver from the NCAA and will be immediately eligible to play this season.
Toro’s rebounding effort ties Yinka Dare’s 24 performance for the all-time Atlantic 10 record for rebounds in a single game.
Each Colonial up and down the ladder won their matches in three straight games to kickoff the season and their four-game homestand.
Coming into the weekend, the Colonials were locked in a tight division race for this year’s MAWPC title, vying for the No. 1 spot with Bucknell.
The squad’s field goal percentage waned throughout the first three quarters, decreasing from 40 to 20 percent in the third frame.
The Colonials were neck and neck with the Bison through most of the first half but turned on the gas to take the lead.