Another Sunday. Another loss for Washington’s once-beloved football team. This one came at the hands of the New York Giants and their rookie quarterback. Daniel Jones has taken over for two-time Super Bowl winner, Eli Manning, and led Big Blue to a 2-0 record. Washington has fallen to 0-4 and
For those who think they’re good enough to play professional basketball, here’s your opportunity. The Capital City Go-Go will have open tryouts on September 21st. Registration is currently open. Last season, Isaiah Armwood, Mike Davis, Dominic Phillips and Devin Sweeney received invites to Go-Go training camp.
George Washington, George Mason, and VCU all announced their conference schedules today. The Colonials will be coming into the season with their new coach, Jamion Christian and a group of veterans. Christian has never coached a team that finished lower than fifth in the conference. Led by Justin Muzzula, the Colonials
Two Hoyas received conference accolades after their 27-20 loss to Davidson. Owen Kessler (Jr) was named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week. Kessler had 13 tackles including six (five solo) in the fourth quarter. He also recovered a fumble and had 1.5 tackles for loss. Punter Brad Hurst received
VCU announced their out of conference schedule and it will provide the Rams with opportunities to gain resume building wins. The Rams will face LSU at Siegel Center on November 13th. The Emerald Coast Classic will see VCU play Purdue with the chance to play either Florida St./Tennessee after that.
Howard University’s men’s basketball schedule will give local fans plenty of opportunities to see good, local basketball. The Bison will travel to American University and George Washington. Both opponents have reason to be optimistic about their season. For American, they return perennial all-conference point guard, Sa’eed Nelson. The Eagles expect
American University announced today that Men’s Head Coach Mike Brennan has been extended through 2021-2022. The extension is seen as a possible on the recruiting trail as it takes Brennan’s status out of question. “The future of AU’s Men’s Basketball under Coach Brennan’s leadership is bright indeed!” said director of