The Colonials (9-11) picked up Saturday and Sunday wins over VMI (9-9) despite competing without two of their usual weekend starters.
The No. 14 seed Colonials (19-14) slipped behind early in the game and never caught up to the No. 3 seed Buckeyes in the 87–45 loss Saturday.
The Colonials lost to the Billikens 70–63 after holding them to five first-half baskets and leading by as many as 12 points Thursday night.
After six years at GW, women’s soccer head coach Sarah Barnes announced her resignation last week.
The Colonials trailed by as many as 12 points in the first half but gutted out the 78–72 victory against the Rams Wednesday night.
Baseball (6-6) defeated the Retrievers 5–3 in a midweek game behind a strong starting performance from sophomore pitcher Jaret Edwards.
GW grabbed first place with a score of 196.825, defeating second-place Maryland (195.825), Towson (195.250) and Rutgers (193.550).
The Colonials defeated Saint Joseph’s 65–49 to grab GW’s third A-10 title in four years and the first under head coach Jennifer Rizzotti.
A second half run propelled Dayton past GW 88–78 in the last regular season game of the year.
Women’s basketball handed Dayton its second loss to an Atlantic 10 team this season in a 57–53 victory in the semifinal of the conference tournament Saturday.