The Colonials (3-4) never led Saturday after starting the game trailing 15–0 and allowing the Orange (6-0) to shoot 55.6 percent in the first half.
The Colonials (2-4) lost their third straight game in a 67–59 contest to Kansas State (5-1) Friday with Arnaldo Toro putting up 21 points and nine rebounds.
The Colonials (3-3) defeated Wisconsin (2-3) 61–46 at home by holding the Badgers to a season-low 26.7 percent shooting clip.
The Colonials (2-3) fell 83–64 to the Musketeers (5-0), but kept the game within striking distance for a majority of the night.
The Colonials (2-3) had challenges shooting from the floor and lost 69–59 to Vanderbilt (1-4) on Thanksgiving Day.
The Colonials (2-2) lost 67–65 to Rider (3-1) after turning the ball over with less than a minute to go Monday night.
The No. 2 seeded Colonials (17-11) defeated No. 4 seeded Wagner (14-17) 8–5 in Anapolis, Md. to secure the MAWPC title.
Although the Colonials play only about seven men deep, seven different players have scored at least nine points in a game.
Both men’s and women’s squash teams dropped both of their weekend matches against two of the nation’s top programs.
En route to a 65–54 victory over the Hoyas (2-1), GW (2-2) caused Georgetown to turn the ball over 17 times.