Pittsburgh squeezed out a victory by .325 of a point with a team score of 195.700 to the Colonials’ 195.375.
Men’s and women’s squash nabbed wins up and down the ladder against Dickinson Saturday, which was also senior day for the teams.
The final buzzer sounded on the Colonials’ largest loss since Vermont on Dec. 31 and its second 20-point loss in A-10 play.
The Billikens shoot 33.6 percent from deep on the season. But Saint Louis drained 56.3 percent of its attempts from beyond the arc on 9-of-16 shooting against GW.
Junior guard Maceo Jack and freshman forward Jamison Battle lead the squad from deep but fell short against Richmond Saturday.
Battle, Jack and Nelson Jr. played nearly every minute of the Colonials’ quadruple overtime stalemate with Davidson.
Maund led the Colonials, notching a season-high 18 points and 10 rebounds.
Officials said GW’s plans to replace the Smith Center pool with additional basketball courts with align with rising Atlantic 10 standards.
Eric Gehrke, a Washington, D.C.-native, last served as the varsity girls coach at the Saratoga Rowing Association.
A three-pointer with 1:06 on the clock from graduate student Ariel Stephenson lifted the Colonials over the Minutewomen in a back-and-forth fight Sunday.