Forward Collin Goss and guard Jordan Roland have become the first official signees of the 2015 men’s basketbal recruiting class, head coach Mike Lonergan announced Thursday.
GW’s largest residence hall for graduate students, the Hall on Virginia Avenue, will also open to professors after a two-year renovation project estimated to cost about $35 million.
He’s submitted his name for the head coach opening at Florida Gulf Coast University, Seth Soffian of The News-Press reports.
The article focuses on how Griffin refined his shot, going from a freshman who scored zero three-pointers to a senior that “might be the area’s top high school three-point marksman.”
Women’s basketball alumna Jennifer Shasky Calvery is among the first Atlantic 10 Women’s Basketball Legends, and men’s basketball recruit Nick Griffin is a McDonald All-American nominee.
White will join the Colonials as a recruited walk-on, meaning he will likely not take up a scholarship slot for GW.
Updated 5:53 p.m. Here’s a glimpse at the news from the men’s and women’s basketball teams over Thanksgiving break: Men’s basketball The men’s basketball team announced plans Friday to participate in the 2013 DIRECTV classic, to be played in Anaheim, Calif., Nov. 28th, 29th and Dec. 1st of next year. The Colonials will join Arizona State, […]
Following Shannon Cranshaw’s signing Wednesday, the athletic department announced Friday that the women’s basketball team’s two other recruits, guard Hannah Schaible and forward Caira Washington, signed their National Letters of Intent to join the Colonials next season.
The early signing period for college basketball began today, and Shannon Cranshaw wasted no time, becoming the first Jonathan Tsipis recruit to sign her National Letter of Intent to join the women’s basketball program next year.
Nigel Johnson, a 6-foot-1 point guard from Riverdale Baptist High School and a Washington Post second team All-Met player, committed to GW for the 2013-14 season this weekend.