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This post was written by Hatchet reporter Rob Bartnichak. Senior Brian Mojica and junior Bogdan Petkovic each set program records on Sunday in a 14-12 loss to No. 8 Princeton. Mojica set up Petkovic with 2:13 left in the first period for his 159th career assist, passing David Zenk for the most in program history. […]
This post was written by Hatchet staff writer Ellee Watson. After upsetting the country’s No. 22 team earlier this week, men’s soccer fell flat against Saint Francis on Saturday, losing 2-1 at home. Sophomore Tobi Adewole scored his first goal of the season off a set piece, but head coach Craig Jones said the Colonials […]
Men’s soccer emerged from a battle of attrition with its third consecutive win Tuesday, edging No. 22 Navy 2-1 in double overtime.
- Junior setter reclaims starting position after mental training boot camp September 22, 2014Timmer participated in a training program with an Olympic setter during the offseason, and has used what she learned to boost her confidence and reclaim the starting spot she lost to sophomore Emily Clemens last year after eight games.
- Q&A: A-10 commissioner tackles changes in college sports September 18, 2014In the wake of more changes in college sports, A-10 Commissioner Bernadette McGlade talked about her work, the future of the NCAA and her relationship with GW Athletic director Patrick Nero.
- With formation change, men's soccer finds success on goal September 15, 2014The team is playing more time in a 4-4-2 offensive formation that puts more players further up the field and in an attack-focused mindset compared to last season’s 4-5-1 formation.
- Women's soccer endures first loss in overtime heartbreaker to Georgetown September 15, 2014After the team’s best start in program history, women’s soccer suffered its first loss of the season in sudden death overtime, falling 1-0 to Georgetown (4-2-2) on the road Sunday.
- Behind improved offense, women's soccer team's defense excels September 8, 2014Head coach Sarah Barnes said the difference between last year’s 2-2 start to the season and this year’s success is not just the backline.
- Men's water polo captain's journey to leadership September 8, 2014When Brian Mojica arrived at Foggy Bottom as a freshman water polo recruit, he said he didn’t quite feel like he belonged on the team.
- After NCAA overhaul, Nero stays optimistic September 8, 2014With the amateur model of college sports under siege, Athletic Director Patrick Nero is confident GW is strongly positioned to enter "the new generation of college athletics.”
- Upcoming ESPN broadcasts reflect men's basketball's progress September 2, 2014One of college basketball’s trusted barometers has pointed to GW as a team to watch for the first time in eight years.
- Men's water polo changes philosophy September 2, 2014Last year, the men’s water polo team scored more than 11 goals per game on the way to its most successful season since 2006. But GW will now have to change its philosophy after losing four key seniors who scored 41 percent of the team’s goals.
- For men's soccer, a chance at redemption August 25, 2014The story of the 2014 men’s soccer season really began last November, when a single loss kept the Colonials out of the postseason.