Redshirt junior guard Jaren Sina and graduate student guard Patrick Steeves join men’s basketball as highly touted transfers eligible to play this season.
Men’s basketball head coach Mike Lonergan posted a statement to his Facebook page Friday amid an “verbal and emotional abuse,” allegations reported by the Washington Post.
Several former players came out in defense of Mike Lonergan on Twitter Wednesday after the Washington Post reported damning allegations against the fifth-year men’s basketball head coach.
In Friday’s loss to Dayton, Joe McDonald’s absence exposed GW’s lack of production from the guard spots.
This post was written by Hatchet staff writer Josh Solomon. Just before halftime, legendary Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun talked about the duo of rule changes in place for the National Invitational Tournament. In likely preparation for an NCAA rule change, the NIT is experimenting this year with a 30 second shot clock instead of a […]
Starting in late December, junior point guard Joe McDonald began to demonstrate how he could be “that guy.” It’s been incremental, sure, but nonetheless a significant change for the Colonials.
Statistically speaking, GW’s free-throw shooting, even down the stretch, has been the same or better than in years past. All the talk is not backed up by what has actually happened in games.
Fresh off an NCAA Tournament appearance, GW basketball fans couldn’t be more riled up for tip-off this year.
After the 2005-06 season, Danilo (J.R.) Pinnock – a dominant 6-foot-5 shooting guard who led the team with 14.5 points per game – and Pops Mensah-Bonsu – a towering 6-foot-9 forward who shared the second top scoring spot with 12.6 points per game – left the team. Sound familiar?
With hoops fever spreading across campus, students may want to know what all the fuss is about. Think of this as a cheat sheet for what you missed last season, ho’s who on the team and what to expect this year.