Women’s water polo finished in eighth place after three days of play in the Collegiate Water Polo Association Championship this weekend.
The Colonials set the record for most wins in a season in their first game against the Hawks.
The Colonials earned back-to-back A-10 Championship titles on the men’s side and broke 17 program records on the women’s side during Winchester’s tenure.
The Colonials recorded their worst regular season since 2007, but have won four of their last five games heading into tournament play.
The Colonials will enter the Atlantic 10 Championship tournament this weekend with the most experienced lineup of golfers in the competition.
The Colonials own the program’s best regular season conference record heading into the Atlantic 10 Championship.
Men’s and women’s track and field are breaking outdoor track and field program records with one meet left before the Atlantic 10 Championships.
GW’s pitching staff racked up 21 strikeouts and own a 3.77 earned-run average, good for fifth in the Atlantic 10.
This season was the first time in 13 years that women’s water polo won more than two conference games in a year.
The Colonials were leading by three goals heading into halftime but gave up six second half goals in the loss.