We couldn’t fit all of the Colonial sports news on the page today. Here’s a glimpse at what’s new in the world of GW athletics:
A sophomore on the men’s swimming team carried the Olympic Torch today for part of its journey though the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay.
Men’s swimming junior Phillip Graeter and men’s water polo junior Cameron Illes are both members of the CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District II At-Large First Team, making them eligible for national Academic All-America honors in the at-large category.
The trials will take place June 25 to July 2, in Omaha, Neb. As a competitor, Marshall Seedorff will look to make the U.S. men’s swimming team and compete in the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
The Colonials took to the pool for their last meet of the regular season Saturday, with both the men’s and women’s team falling to George Mason 162-127 and 179-108, respectively.
The men’s and women’s swim teams returned to the pool this weekend at the Rhode Island Invitational, finishing in second of three teams and fourth of four teams, respectively, after a month-long break from competition.
We didn’t have room today in the sports section to cover everything that happened for GW sports this weekend, so here’s a round-up of the rest of the competitions.
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.
Ashley Dell and Sean Warlick have been named assistant coaches for the Colonials men’s and women’s swimming programs, and will assist in all facets of the program, including recruiting, training and day-to-day operations.
There was more GW sports action than we had room for in the print edition of our paper this morning. Here’s a break down of the rest of the weekend in Colonials athletics. Men’s and Women’s Swimming Both the men’s and women’s swimming teams beat Drexel in a home meet at the Smith Center on […]