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The women’s soccer team (2-2-0) lost a tough contest to the Drexel Dragons (4-1-0) Friday on a muggy afternoon on the Mount Vernon Campus.
The men’s basketball schedule was released Thursday, and GW will play a minimum of 17 games on national television, the most in program history.
The two teams went toe-to-toe in the first set, where neither team ever led by more than four points.
- Volleyball returns to avenge last year's finals loss September 3, 2015Dayton took the A-10 Championship last season, beating the Colonials in four sets in the title game on their home court. This season, GW will be looking to return the favor.
- With a stable full of runners, cross country takes a step September 3, 2015The cross country/track team begins the cross country season with its biggest roster ever: 46 male and female runners currently, including 21 freshmen.
- Tournament honors local star's battle with cancer, impact on D.C. soccer August 31, 2015Shawn Kuykendall, the namesake of the Kuykenstrong D.C. College Cup, was a prominent figure in the small, but tight-knit D.C. soccer community.
- With depth and versatility, women's soccer begins its run for a championship August 31, 2015The Colonials set out in 2015 to recover from defensive losses without missing a beat in their rise in the Atlantic 10 ranks.
- Men's soccer looks to improve in latest campaign August 31, 2015The Colonials celebrate half a century of existence this year, but will probably postpone the party until after they see how the season shapes up.
- The Closer: Muhl finds his place at the back of the pen June 9, 2015They were the Bullpen Bash Brothers. But unlike the bash bros in The Mighty Ducks, this duo never suffered from fiery tempers.
- Q&A: Lonergan talks offseason workouts, big games and the transfer wire June 9, 2015Hatchet Sports caught up with men's basketball head coach Mike Lonergan in his office to talk about the news from the team this summer, and what to expect in the fall.
- A trustee, shaped by lessons learned on the field, helps build GW's field of dreams May 18, 2015Ave Tucker, a longtime supporter of the GW School of Business, turned his support of GW towards the athletic department with a $1 million donation in October, in part to enhance one of the country’s best college baseball facilities.
- Preview: Baseball, with big goals, hosts A-10 tournament for first time May 18, 2015Though teams like Saint Louis may have more experience than the youth-laden Colonials, there’s a lot of parity in the tournament teams and the squad seems to buy into the belief that they have what it takes to win.
- Smith Center staple leaves behind 'G-dub' legacy May 18, 2015Ed Metz, a 30-year-old reject cheerleader turned to rooting on the sidelines, and became an institution at Smith Center.