The cancellations come after the NCAA scrapped its winter and spring championships Thursday afternoon.
Battle has served as one of GW’s main sources of offensive production, averaging 11.8 points and 5.2 rebounds per game.
Junior infielder Hannah Eslick wacked three of GW’s homers while senior utility Faith Weber and sophomore pitcher Megan Osterhaus both tossed complete games.
The 11 upperclassmen have handled the bulk of the playing time this year, leaning on postseason experience to lead the team.
GW will face No. 14 seed Fordham, which is ranked second to last in the conference. The Rams’ two wins came against the Colonials.
The Colonials were unable to sustain the momentum from the first half and dropped the game to the Flyers 76–51.
Junior Zoe Foo Yuk Han became the first Colonial on the men’s or women’s side to be named a First-Team All American.
She ranked 14th in the conference in overall rebounds and bumped to No. 7 in offensive rebounds per game, ripping 69 boards on the year.
In 12 games this season, the Colonials have thrown a 3.86 overall ERA and 3.83 walks per game.
A pair of free throws from redshirt senior Armel Potter were the Colonial final points. Fordham ended the game outscoring GW 20-4.