On Friday, the Colonials eyed victory again, down only 5-4 at the half, but a barrage of UMass goals after the break halted any GW momentum and took the Atlantic 10 semifinals, 13-5.
With five minutes left in play, the Colonials were tied at 10 against the Richmond Spiders.
In its final game before A-10 play, GW (5-4) hosted No. 18 ranked Navy, but both teams took the field thinking about Seton Hill.
Within the first two minutes of play, the Colonials showcased an aggressive offense with two back-to-back goals.
When Holy Cross scored its first goal in the final minute of the first half, it was a signal to the Colonials that the team was not going down without a fight.
Women’s lacrosse senior goalkeeper Jess Hicks and freshman midfielder Olivia Boudreau picked up Atlantic 10 honors Tuesday after leading the Colonials to two victories at home last weekend.
We did not have room on our page today for all of the weekend’s contests, but here’s a look at how the Colonials fared.
With 30 seconds left in overtime, the score was 14-13 Colonials as Temple charged through GW’s defense in hopes of scoring. But senior goalkeeper Jess Hicks stood her ground, securing the Colonials’ victory with a well-timed save.
While the rest of campus was on spring break, many Colonials continued competition through the week. Here’s a look at how they fared.
Junior goalkeeper Jess Hicks allowed just seven goals during GW’s March 14 victory over Villanova, making eight saves and posting a .533 save percentage after facing 24 shots over the 60 minutes of play.