As the COVID-19 pandemic surged through the nation, student-athletes were forced to confront a new reality as their mental health suffered.
After finishing sixth at the A-10 tournament last year, golf is looking to improve team building to perform better season.
Men’s water polo is returning to the pool looking to hit its stride after an unpredictable season last year.
Officials chose GW’s athletic personnel to assist with athletic operations because they were already included in the University’s testing cohorts
A record number of student-athletes were named to the Atlantic 10 Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll this past academic year.
After enduring a shortened one-win season last year, GW dropped their first five games to start the season winning just one set thus far.
Junior guard Nya Lok competed for South Sudan’s first-ever international women’s basketball team since the nation gained independence in 2011.
After playing in empty sports facilities for more than a year, fans will once again pack into stands to watch GW’s sporting events.
Softball head coach Chrissy Schoonmaker said the upcoming season year is a “blank slate” for the team.
During the team’s last season before being cut, they achieved its highest ranking in program history at the IRA Championship: seventh in the nation.