The game was supposed to conclude the Colonials’ non-conference slate and marks the first postponement of an otherwise smooth season.
A men’s swimmer beat a record set by 28-time Olympic medalist Michael Phelps in the 100 butterfly at Lejuene Hall Pool at Navy this past Friday.
The Colonials were defeated by Boston University 56–54 despite two last second chances to take the lead or send the game into overtime.
The Colonials leaned on their tough defense and hot 3-point shooting for a 54-50 victory over the Dukes, holding James Madison to 15 points under their scoring average. GW hit 40 percent of their triples and forced 16 turnovers to secure the result despite being out-rebounded by the visitors.
Volleyball head coach Sarah Bernson will not be returning to the program after serving four years in the position.
The men’s squad (2-7) lost four of their last five games, beginning with a 56-67 loss to Massachusetts Lowell (4-1) Nov. 19.
The Atlantic 10 Conference Presidents Council announced its formal acceptance of Loyola University Chicago as the 15th member institution of the league.
The Titans finished the game off with an 11-3 scoring run to leave the Colonials winless on the road thus far this season.
The Colonials shot a season low 19.2 percent from the floor, handing a program record for the Minnesota defense in a single game.
After a strong first half, women’s basketball was dealt a blowout loss at the hands of No. 24 Virginia Tech Thursday night.