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GW Loses Third Straight, Can’t Contain Duquesne Offensive Explosion

(Photo courtesy of Ryan Landry) FOGGY BOTTOM – George Washington, who has now lost three games in a row and has had their top four hopes all but extinguished, came out flat against Duquesne on Saturday afternoon and was never able to make it competitive, losing 93-67.  Duquesne dominated GW with their three point shooting. …
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GW Escapes St. Joe’s in Overtime 92-91, Currently Sit in 3rd Place in A-10

(Photo courtesy of Mitchell Layton) FOGGY BOTTOM – The narrative has officially shifted in Foggy Bottom. Powered by what ended up being a game winning layup with 20 seconds left of overtime from senior guard James Bishop, George Washington took down Saint Joseph’s 92-91. GW teams of years past would have just been happy to …
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Bishop Outduels Holmes, GW Takes Down Dayton 76-69

(Photo courtesy of Mitchell Layton) FOGGY BOTTOM – In what was undoubtedly their most impressive win of the season so far, George Washington comfortably took down preseason favorite Dayton 76-69 behind a signature James Bishop offensive masterclass and a dominant team defensive and rebounding effort.  Bishop led the way for GW, scoring 27 points and …
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Bishop and Adams Lead GW Past George Mason 78-75 

(Photo courtesy of GW_MBB) FAIRFAX – “I thought we were the best version of ourselves.” That is how George Washington head coach Chris Caputo summarized his team’s performance after a thrilling victory over rival George Mason at EagleBank Arena in Fairfax in this year’s first rendition of the Revolutionary Rivalry.  Four of GW’s players hit …
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Perkins and Pickett lead Collins-less Saint Louis over George Washington

(Photo courtesy of @GW_MBB) FOGGY BOTTOM – Despite the surprise absence of Yuri Collins, George Washington was unable to take down the Saint Louis Billikens, narrowly losing 81-74 to one of the Atlantic 10’s most talented teams. Buoyed by a dominant 25-0 run to end the first half and begin the second half that led …
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Burton’s 26 Overpowers Shorthanded GW 

(Photo courtesy of Richmond Athletics Department) In a matchup featuring the Atlantic 10’s top two scorers, Tyler Burton (19.2 PPG) and Richmond were able to take down James Bishop (21.9 PPG) and George Washington 73-63.  Burton led the way for the Spiders, scoring 26 points and grabbing seven rebounds. Bishop went toe to toe with …
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Controversial Ending Spoils GW Upset Bid

(Photo courtesy of GW_MBB) “Pretty heartbreaking in the locker room.”  Those were some of George Washington head coach Chris Caputo’s first words after his squad narrowly lost 64-66 to Pac-12 opponent Washington State. After a dominant defensive performance and timely shot making, it took some factors that were out of GW’s control for the Cougars …
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Offense Stalls, George Washington Defeated by Crosstown Rival American

(Photo courtesy of @GW_MBB) FOGGY BOTTOM – Teams don’t win very often when they shoot 38.2% from the floor and 24.1% from three. In a crosstown rivalry game against American, George Washington fell just short of grinding out a victory, losing 69-64 in the final seconds.  American went into this game winners of six straight, …
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GW Blows Out South Carolina, Silences Projected Lottery Pick G.G. Jackson in 79-55 Victory

(Photo courtesy of GW_MBB) FOGGY BOTTOM – “Times Square on New Year’s Eve.” That’s the way the CBS Sports nationally televised broadcast described the atmosphere at the Smith Center as George Washington manhandled South Carolina 79-55 in what was unquestionably the program’s biggest victory since winning the 2016 NIT.  GW kicked off the scoring with …