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George Washington Bows Out of A-10 Tournament in Heartbreaking Loss to Saint Joseph’

BROOKLYN – Following an impressive season under the leadership of first year Head Coach Chris Caputo, George Washington was unable to advance to the quarterfinals in the Atlantic 10 Tournament after being upset by 10 seed Saint Joseph’s 87-76. Saint Joseph’s guard trio of sophomores Erik Reynolds II and Lynn Greer III and senior Cameron …
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George Washington Wins Fourth Straight, James Bishop Asserts Himself as Player of the Year.

(Photo courtesy of @DavidsonMBB) On the back of senior guard James Bishop, George Washington mounted a furious second half comeback and took down Davidson to win their fourth straight game and clinch a first round bye in the Atlantic 10 tournament.  In the final 3:14 with the score knotted at 60, Bishop scored 11 straight …
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George Washington Falters In Revolutionary Rivalry Rematch, Losing 66-53

(Photo courtesy of Greg Fiume) FOGGY BOTTOM – After starting out conference play on a scorching pace, going 5-2 and upsetting preseason favorite Dayton, George Washington has hit a wall. They’ve only won once in their past six games, and Wednesday’s loss to George Mason may have been the most disappointing, with GW scoring a …
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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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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 …