Men’s and women’s soccer will say goodbye to the groups of seniors and graduate students crucial to their success over recent years.
In the first match back in front of home fans, the Colonials defeated the Blazers 93–51 as GW dominated in every major statistical category.
Men’s and women’s basketball look to post winning records for the first time since the 2016-17 season and the 2017-18 season respectively.
Men’s soccer closed out their season with a win against Saint Bonaventure in overtime on the road Saturday.
The Athletic Department’s Buff and Blue Fund Challenge raised more than $350,000 this calendar year after a two-year pause for pandemic.
Despite finishing as the eleventh seed and failing to make the tournament, GW closes the season with a three game undefeated streak.
The Colonials (2–20, 2–9 A–10) failed to win a single set and were out–killed 136–89 across three matches the weekend.
The Colonials (2-12-2, 2-6 A-10) notched two goals in the second half to record their second home win over the Hawks (3-12-2, 2-6 A-10).
The Bison pulled ahead in the third quarter and held onto their lead despite an early fourth quarter offensive surge by GW.
After being hired in June 2019, head coach Jennifer Ulehla said she is optimistic heading into her third but first “normal” season.