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Roster shakeup hits GW entering spring recruiting period
The youthful core of George Washington's basketball program remains, but depth could be tested next season with multiple players transferring and only one recruit currently joining the Colonials next season.
Colonials play through pain and into A10 Tourney
Last week GW coach Mike Lonergan feared a Mike Shanahan injured player situation brewing. Instead he mimicked the Redskins coach by steering his team to the postseason.
GW's last shot at A10 tourney berth
Not long ago George Washington was in the A-10 contending mix. Now the Colonials must beat Dayton Saturday and receive help for a spot in the conference tournament.
Big game alert: surging GW hosts Butler
Butler joining the Atlantic 10 made the A10 that more challenging. GW coach Mike Lonergan likes challenging. The Colonials host the No. 14 Bulldogs Saturday at 2 p.m. on Comcast SportsNet Plus.
No. 18 Saint Louis holds off GW 66-58
The Colonials led No. 18 Saint Louis by three points in the second half before fading down the stretch in a 66-58 loss Saturday.
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GW's McDonald thriving under A-10 pressure
After starring in two road wins, freshman Joe McDonald leads the Colonials into Saturday's home game against A-10 leading Charlotte. Coverage on Comcast SportsNet starts at 2 p.m.
GW boldly starts four freshmen, routs St. Bonaventure
The Colonials started four freshman for the first time this season and started by making nearly every shot in a convincing Atlantic 10 opening game rout.
Armwood scores 23; GW beats Manhattan 67-55
the BB&T Classic. Armwood, a senior forward, went 8 for 12 from the field and made all seven of his free throws for the Colonials (4-3), who have won back-to-back games for the first time this season. RaShawn Stores had 11 points and six rebounds
GW's next stop: consistency, BB&T Classic
The still-Metro riding Colonials face Manhattan in the opening game of the BB&T Classic doubleheader Sunday at the Verizon Center.