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:
The Colonials are currently ranked 15th in the most recent of the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Mid-Atlantic Regional Poll. The regional ranking is the first NCAA ranking in program history.
Fall sports are getting underway, and we’ve got summaries of three opening weekends below.
Eight GW teams are the recipients of NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate Public Recognition Awards, given to the team that scores in the top 10 percent in the nation in their sport.
The Colonials opened their season at Mount St. Mary’s Duals on Friday, and both the men’s and women’s programs finished sixth out of six teams competing at the meet. Junior Heather Stevens led GW, completing the 5K course in 19:25.38 and finishing in 13th place of 61 runners. Fellow junior Julia Weir was the next highest-ranked from […]
Brian Bell will head up the cross country program at Flager College in St. Augustine, Fla. beginning June 27. Beil was the head coach of the men’s and women’s cross country teams for seven seasons after working as an assistant coach for the Colonials for two seasons.
Women’s cross-country runner Megan Hogan finished eighth today at the NCAA Cross-Country Championships in Terre Haute, Ind., with a time of 20:19. Hogan finished the race tenths of a second behind the seventh and sixth place finishers and just six seconds out of third place. Villanova junior Sheila Reid won the individual championship with a […]
Senior women’s cross country runner Megan Hogan finished third today at the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Championships in State College, Pa., qualifying her for the NCAA Championship meet next Saturday in Terre Haute, Ind. The Colonials senior completed the 6k course in 19:58 seconds, 38 seconds faster than her time on the same course earlier this […]
It was a busy weekend in GW sports, and we didn’t have enough room in today’s issue to fit in all the Colonials action from the past three days. Here’s a quick roundup of the results and some notes, basically everything that didn’t make it into the paper. Men’s Tennis Senior Yan Levinski won the […]
Senior Megan Hogan finished 27th among the 255 runners in this afternoon’s NCAA women’s cross country championships in Terra Haute, Ind. to earn All-America honors after finishing the six-kilometer race in a time of 20:34.8. The time was a 36-second improvement from last year’s 96th-place showing. Last fall Hogan, who only started running competitively after […]