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
GW Announces Out of Conference Schedule George Washington announced their out of conference schedule. It is highlighted by November 9th’s game against Howard. On that night, the Colonials will induct Pops Mensah-Bonsu and Mike Hall into the school’s Hall of Fame. Howard is one of four local schools GW will
Per Release from George Washington Athletics George Washington University announce a new court design and video board in the Charles E Smith Center. The basketball court will feature three signature landmarks home to Washington D.C. The Washington Monument, United States Capitol, and White House are present on the new floor.
Georgetown, George Mason, and George Washington had multiple players taken in Major League Baseball’s draft. The Hoyas would have four players drafted. All of them were pitchers. Lefty, Brent Killam was selected in the 11th round by the Angels. Righties, Nick Morreale (14th round, San Francisco), Jeremiah Burke (17th round,
McRae, Chiozza honored Jordan McRae and Chris Chiozza received All-NBA G-League honors. McRae was named first team All-NBA G-League. Not only did he lead the NBA G-League in scoring (30.4 ppg), he scored double digits in every game this season. McRae’s full arsenal was unleashed on the Maine Red Claws.
Per George Washington University, Maurice Joseph will not return as head coach. In his three years as head coach, Joseph compiled a 44-57 record. Director of Athletics and Recreation, Tanya Vogel, said “We will move forward with a national search for our new head coach who will help us get
George Mason would survive a scare from George Washington in the second round of the Atlantic 10 Tournament. After dominating the Colonials last week, the Patriots held on for a 61-57 victory. “This is survive and advance time,” said George Mason head coach Dave Paulsen. George Mason looked like they