Junior utility player Jessica Linquist’s 28-game hitting streak cemented her in a tie for the 17th longest hitting streak in Division I softball history.
The men’s and women’s teams racked up a handful of wins over the weekend in the programs’ only home regatta of the season.
GW’s three conference wins place the Colonials sixth out of 10 teams in the conference, just within reach of the A-10 Championship.
Head coach Marci Robles has seen women’s rowing in back-to-back regattas as the Colonials get into the swing of their spring schedule.
Freshman midfielder Tori Hampton has contributed to GW’s best conference record in four years with 27 goals on the season.
Lincoln Ball averaged 18.9 points, 7.3 rebounds, 4.2 assists, 3.1 steals and 1.3 blocks per game as a junior for Williamsport High School.
GW struggled to suppress the Dukes’ offense, allowing a season-high 20 goals and placing the squad on the verge of the A-10 Championship.
Following a weekend series win and a nonconference win, the Colonials stayed hot against the William and Mary, notching 11 hits in their 8–4 win.
Three of the team’s five transfers provide a strong offensive presence on the team, combining for nearly 23 percent of the team’s 364 total hits.
Senior utility player Dom D’Alessandro headlined the Colonials’ offensive effort with seven hits, including with two home runs, through three games.