Sophomore forward Jamison Battle netted a career-high 29 points on 10-of-19 shooting, including 6-of-13 shooting from beyond the arc.
Duquesne’s bench dominated the matchup, scoring 43 points to GW’s six points from players outside the starting five.
Graduate student guard Jasmine Whitney’s seven helpers boosted her over the 400 career-assist mark.
After a positive test in the Saint Louis program postponed its matchup with Duquesne Wednesday, the A-10 reworked schedules to account for a makeup game.
The Colonials put up 38 points in the first 20 minutes of play against the Rams, sinking twice as many field goals in the first frame.
Sophomore forward Hunter Dean saw his first action as a Colonial, becoming eligible after sitting out the latter half of last season and the first few games of this season per NCAA transfer rules.
Daniel Nixon is ranked No. 51 among small forwards for the graduating Class of 2021, according to 247Sports.
Jameer Nelson Jr. and Ace Stallings are the second and third players to leave the program within a week.
Christian said Lindo Jr., who transferred from Maryland in April, will continue to work on his game in practice.
Delaware was stifled by GW’s defense, firing at a .338 clip – its lowest percentage of the season.