The Washington Kastles tennis team hosted their home opener at the Smith Center on Tuesday evening.
When the Class of 2015 graduates, several record-breaking athletes will move their careers at GW off the playing fields and into the archives.
Xavier head coach Eric Toth complimented senior Ugur Atalay and the Colonials for their sportsmanship during the No. 2 singles match and celebration after claiming the A-10 title.
An unlikely doubles duo has racked up accolades for the men’s tennis team.
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.
Former men’s tennis powerhouse and 1979 graduate Dave Haggerty will be inducted into the United States Tennis Association Middle States Hall of Fame Oct. 22, just one of four inductees this year.
Freshman Francisco Dias, recently ranked No. 954 in the world by the Association of Tennis Professionals, won his first qualifying match at the ITA/D’Novo All-American Men’s Tennis Championship on Monday, and will advance to the next round of play tomorrow. Dias posted a 6-3, 6-2 victory over his Purdue opponent, Diego Acosta.
The men’s basketball championship will return to Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, N.J., for the sixth year in a row, and the top 12 seeded teams at the end of the regular season will earn a berth.
Lots of news in the world of GW sports today, so here’s a rundown of the Colonials sports news from today: Men’s Tennis – Freshmen win Atlantic 10 honors Freshmen Viktor Svensson and and Ulrik Thomsen were named Atlantic 10 Rookie Player of the Week and Men’s Tennis Performer of the Week, respectively, the League […]