The D.C. Council will host a roundtable Thursday to discuss whether the group should support the creation of a “Big 6” college basketball tournament in the District.
Former Atlantic 10 Conference rivals square off in their 26th contest when Charlotte joins the Colonials on the court at the Verizon Center Sunday.
While the game wasn’t won with any particular flare or flash and wasn’t necessarily gritty, it was a good, physical victory, with the Colonials playing at the level they expect of themselves through every game of the season.
While teams went home and took a break from competition over the summer, GW sports still generated plenty of buzz. Here are the top storylines you may have missed.
The men’s basketball team released the final five games of its non-conference schedule Tuesday, announcing matchups against Grambling State, Longwood, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Charlotte and the Virginia Military Institute, all to be played at the Smith Center. The Colonials will play 13 non-conference games between Nov. 8 and Dec. 30, including the first […]
GW and Maryland have a long history together. Sunday’s game will be the 68th meeting between the two teams and the first since a 76-53 Terrapins’ win in 2008. Maryland holds a 36-31 advantage in the matchup, but will be looking to increase that margin against a much stronger Colonials team than in past years.
This post was written by contributing sports editor Sean Hurd The men’s basketball team will get more television exposure than it ever has this year, as GW added 11 regional telecasts to its regular schedule Tuesday. They will have a total of 22 televised games this season, the most airtime in program history. The variety […]
GW faced Manhattan during this year’s tournament, defeating it 67-55.
The Colonials overcame Manhattan at the Verizon Center Sunday.
GW (4-3) showed that its best response to a tough press is with a challenging defense of its own, taking a 67-55 victory over Manhattan in the annual BB&T Classic.