After a loss on the road at Princeton, women’s basketball plays its first game at the Smith Center Sunday against South Dakota State.
The Colonials lost to Princeton for the first time since 1979 Friday night in GW’s 2017-18 season opener.
The Colonials took home their first win of the season Friday night with a 84–75 victory over the Bison.
Volleyball struggled against Dayton’s strong presence at the net in a 3–0 loss Friday afternoon at the Smith Center.
The Colonials will start their season on the road at Princeton, a team GW defeated by 11 points at the beginning of last season.
The Colonials begin their season at the Smith Center Friday with a 7:30 p.m. contest against Howard.
Forward Bo Zeigler, a graduate transfer from South Florida, will look to use his size and athleticism to add to GW’s lineup.
Head coach Maurice Joseph said the team’s success this year may come down to what they are able to do on the defensive side.
After notable freshman campaigns, second year players Jair Bolden and Arnaldo Toro said they are trying to further improve their games this year.
Over the past three years, Watanabe grew in prominence on the court, increasing his scoring and minutes played each year.