Jack said his adaptability helped him navigate his career at GW, which spans two head coaches and dozens of different teammates.
Head coach Jennifer Rizzotti said the coaching additions were mutually beneficial for the program and former athletes.
Rizzotti said two upperclassmen and a couple of freshmen could bolster the squad’s post play this season.
The squad averaged 56.1 points per game last year – good for 330th out of 368 DI programs and No. 13 of 14 in the A-10.
Guards Aurea Gingras and Piper Macke, forward Caranda Perea and center Ali Brigham are the team’s newest additions.
Four players from Vanderbilt, Mount St. Mary’s, LSU and Maryland joined the program this season as transfers.
Christian said he hopes the program launches 48 percent of its total shots from three-point territory to be effective.
Center Noel Brown and guards Lincoln Ball and Tyler Brelsford round out the youngest additions to the squad’s roster.
The Atlantic 10 canceled the men’s and women’s indoor track and field championship and postponed the men’s and women’s swimming and diving championships.
Bailey Williams was sponsored by Atlantic 10 head coaches for the honor and was one of 26 sponsored award recipients.