When the Class of 2015 graduates, several record-breaking athletes will move their careers at GW off the playing fields and into the archives.
With four players shooting their best rounds of the championship on the final day, GW posted its fourth-best round of the season and earned a third-place finish out of 11 teams.
In his first few months at GW, Scheinost has flipped the program upside-down, instituting a much more rigorous, and structured schedule, in hopes of getting the Colonials back to their A-10 Championship level.
Heda’s 68 in the third round of the Tuesday’s VCU shootout matched a Colonial rookie record held by 3 other Colonials.
While the rest of campus was on spring break, many Colonials continued competition through the week. Here’s a look at how they fared.
We didn’t have enough space on our page today for all of the GW sports action, so here’s a quick look at what the Colonials did over the weekend.
Freshman Jack Persons swept the Atlantic 10 men’s golf weekly awards, nabbing both Golfer of the Week and Rookie of the Week honors. Both accolades are the first of Persons’ collegiate career. He set a new GW golf record at the Old Dominion/Outerbanks Collegiate tournament, firing a 54-hole total of 9-under par score of 207 to finish fourth of 90 golfers.
The Colonials wrapped the day in fifth place, at +23, just two points shy of Temple, the program ranked immediately above them. GW combined to shoot a 311 and junior Andres Pumariega tied for eighth individually when he carded a 3-over-par-75.
Men’s golf junior Andres Pumariega and freshman Benton Kircher were honored as the Atlantic 10 Performer of the Week and Rookie of the Week Monday. Pumariega’s honor came after he took first place at the George Washington Invitational Saturday, becoming the first Colonial to win a 54-hole tournament since 2005. As the reigning A-10 Performer […]
Men’s golf junior Andres Pumariega was named the Atlantic 10 Men’s Golf Performer of the Week Monday after the Miami native became the fourth Colonial in program history to shoot 4-under or better in a 54-hole tournament. Pumariega finished in the top 10 of a tournament for the first time this season, posting a four-under-par […]