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GW Men’s Basketball Schedule Breakdown

(Photo courtesy of GWSports.com) George Washington released both their non-conference and conference schedules on Wednesday morning. Highlights include multiple Power 5 opponents, home games against local rivals, and Saturday home games against two of the A-10’s projected top teams.  𝟐𝟎𝟐𝟐-𝟐𝟑 𝐒𝐜𝐡𝐞𝐝𝐮𝐥𝐞 𝐃𝐫𝐨𝐩 • Home Opener Nov. 7️⃣• 9️⃣ National TV Appearances• At least 1️⃣7️⃣ games …
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Power Ranking Potential New GW Monikers 

Earlier today, George Washington University announced that they will no longer use the Colonials moniker after this coming academic year.  After a thoughtful and deliberate process that engaged the university community for feedback, the George Washington University’s Board of Trustees has decided to discontinue the use of the Colonials moniker. (1/3) https://t.co/btA0pm6zxK — GW University …
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George Washington Secures First Transfer of the Offseason, Former Kansas State Wing Maximus Edwards

It certainly took some time, but George Washington Head Coach Chris Caputo has rewarded fans for their patience. Former Kansas State Wildcat Maximus Edwards announced his commitment to GW on Wednesday, making him Caputo’s first addition as Head Coach. Next chapter !! Let’s work @GW_MBB pic.twitter.com/BmqXCvDClp — maximus (@maxgotgame2) May 18, 2022   As a …
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George Washington Men’s Basketball Head Coach Chris Caputo Officially Introduced at Press Conference

(Photo courtesy of GW_MBB Twitter) FOGGY BOTTOM – Chris Caputo was officially introduced as George Washington Men’s Basketball Head Coach at his introductory press conference on Monday afternoon at the Smith Center.  Caputo was formerly the Associate Head Coach at Miami. He spent the last 11 years there working under Jim Larranaga. Caputo helped lead …
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Chris Caputo Named George Washington Men’s Basketball Head Coach

(Photo Courtesy of AP) FOGGY BOTTOM – Per Adrian Wojnarowski, Former Miami Hurricanes Associate Head Coach Chris Caputo will become George Washington’s next Men’s Basketball Head Coach.  University of Miami associate head coach Chris Caputo is finalizing a deal to become George Washington’s new coach, sources tell ESPN. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) April 1, 2022 …
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Joe Bamisile Enters Transfer Portal After One Season at George Washington

(Photo Courtesy of Mitchell Layton) FOGGY BOTTOM – Star sophomore guard Joe Bamisile has officially entered the transfer portal after one season at George Washington.  George Washington G Joe Bamisile has entered the transfer portal. https://t.co/HmSeeQSXot — Verbal Commits (@VerbalCommits) March 16, 2022 Bamisile transferred to GW after his freshman season at Virginia Tech. During …
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George Washington A-10 Tournament Preview: Is There A Path?

(Photo Courtesy of Chris Tucci/UMass Athletics) FOGGY BOTTOM – Even though George Washington (12-17, 8-9 A-10) failed to beat Fordham (15-15, 8-10 A-10) in their final game of the regular season, GW was lucky enough to stumble into the 7th seed in the Atlantic 10 Tournament thanks to a heroic overtime UMass (14-16, 7-11 A-10) …
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George Washington Keeps Winning: What’s Been Going Right for the A-10’s Biggest Surprise

FOGGY BOTTOM – The Atlantic 10 preseason poll, which is voted on by the league’s head coaches and select media members, and this very site’s preseason power rankings, both projected George Washington to finish 13th. GW’s roster was filled with a number of transfers and players who, despite their relative collegiate experience, had not yet …
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George Washington Continues Season Turnaround, Takes Down George Mason to Win Fourth Straight

WASHINGTON – “Staying the course.” Both Coach Caroline McCombs and star forward Mayowa Taiwo used that phrase to describe the mentality behind their recent four game winning streak following an 0-8 start to conference play.    George Washington (11-14, 4-9 A-10) edged out a 65-57 victory against George Mason (8-16, 2-10 A-10) in the most …