The team also had a 15-game winning streak, which they previously achieved in 2019 after averaging 449 goals overall with a .489 attacking percentage that led them to dominate their opponents.
Junior goalkeeper Luca Castorina and graduate student center Theodoros Pateros have catapulted the Colonials (16-2) to the top of their conference.
Sailing has continued to hang with top-level national competition in its second year as a club team after the University cut the program in 2020.
As the only two Hispanic athletes on GW’s seven-player tennis roster, Ramirez and Giraldo have risen to integral roles on the team.
Junior opposite Liv Womble has steered volleyball to an 11-9 record while exploiting the opposing team’s weaknesses in the court’s empty corners.
After transferring to GW during her sophomore year, senior Elizabeth Rowland has become a leader as women’s rowing only international student.
Men’s golf set a team score record in its first tournament of the year earlier this month, clinching its highest ranking there since the 2018-19 season.
Andras Levai and Sierra Lange were star athletes during their GW careers, and now they’re back with their former teams as graduate assistants.
Volleyball is looking to overcome last season’s dry spell with only two wins, as they increase their offensive play to a three-game winning record.
Men’s soccer is off to its best start in 17 seasons this fall with an unrelenting offensive front that has peppered the net with goals in its first three games.