Former men’s basketball forward Jonathan Davis chose to stay in D.C – transferring to American.
In their last home game of the year, the Colonials weren’t about to be counted out, scoring six points over 30 seconds to pull within one.
In preparation for tomorrow night’s Senior Night festivities, the three seniors can be seen in a new video showing outtakes from the videos that run during games in the Smith Center this season.
It was a loss that exposed the Colonials’ lack of depth, and one that showed how the team’s confidence is shaken by subtracting just one player from its roster.
Play clicked for sophomore forward Nemanja Mikic Saturday night, draining three treys and adding 19 total points, leading all scorers and setting a new season high in GW’s 60-52 victory.
Though the team lost two games to strong opponents, head coach Mike Lonergan said, GW’s travels weren’t without positives, highlighting improved defensive play from sophomore forward Nemanja Mikic and a newly strong first-half effort against Saint Louis.
The buzzer sounded, and the Colonials left the Smith Center with a 67-66 loss to Bradley, their fifth straight defeat.
Standing in the hallway of the Carrier Dome after the Colonials’ 85-50 loss to Syracuse, head coach Mike Lonergan still felt that the game was a learning experience for GW.
It wasn’t a game where much went right for GW (4-4), the team leaving the court with a disappointing 65-55 loss to Loyola.
VCU used a 16-4 run to close play in the first, establishing a dominant margin over the Colonials for an eventual 75-60 victory.