In Friday’s loss to Dayton, Joe McDonald’s absence exposed GW’s lack of production from the guard spots.
With Kethan Savage’s departure, the team loses a clutch ball handler and its second-highest scorer of 2014-2015.
Over the summer ESPN announced it would broadcast the men’s Nov. 16 basketball game and GW became one of the largest test-optional universities.
Two transfer guards have committed to the GW men’s basketball program, according to reports from CBSSports.com’s Jon Rothstein Tuesday.
The big three – Georgetown, Maryland and Virginia – all went dancing this year as high seeds with high hopes. Across the board, colleges in the region, like GW, have had successful seasons in part because they have found a way to keep their talent local.
Savage averaged 11.7 points and 4.8 rebounds in 30.1 minutes per game this past season. He started the first 25 games of the season before moving to the bench for the final 10 games.
Men’s basketball’s season ended Sunday in a 90-77 loss to Temple in the second round of the National Invitation Tournament.
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 […]
On Tuesday evening in Pittsburgh, a normally hostile environment, GW found a way to win, topping Pitt 60-54 to advance to the second round of the National Invitation Tournament, despite coming up short in several categories.
The Colonials secured their first-ever NIT win with a 60-54 victory over the Panthers in a quiet Petersen Events Center.