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This post is by Lauren Shear

George Washington men's squash senior Josh Marks has been named GW's Community Service Student-Athlete of the Month for his dedication to serving the community during the month of September.

A member of the men's squash team, Marks has volunteered as a member of the GW chapter of Camp Kesem. Camp Kesem provides a free one-week summer camp for children of past and present cancer patients. This year, GW had 110 campers aged 6-18 come over the course of two weeks.


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This post was written by GW Sailing senior Gabriella Malek

This past Saturday Freshman across the GW campus came together to take part in service projects throughout the DC, Maryland, and Virginia areas in the eighth annual Freshman Day of Service. I was able to witness first hand the amazing impact these students made on their community. 

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@GW_MBB in Japan: Day Six

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Throughout GW men's basketball's tour of Japan, student-athletes will be providing insight on their experiences on GWsports.com's blog, 22nd & G. On days five and six, the Colonials visited Asahi Shimbun, one of the largest daily newspapers in Japan, and Nike Japan. Below, graduate student Tyler Cavanaugh writes about his experience:


@GW_MBB in Japan: Day Four

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Throughout GW men's basketball's tour of Japan, student-athletes will be providing insight on their experiences on GWsports.com's blog, 22nd & G. On day four, the Colonials visited the offices of the Yomiuri Giants of the Nippon Professional Baseball League and the Japan Sports Agency. Below, junior Yuta Watanabe writes about his experience:

@GW_MBB in Japan: Day One

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Throughout GW men's basketball's tour of Japan, student-athletes will be providing insight on their experiences on GWsports.com's blog, 22nd & G. On day one, the Colonials took in  Japan's national high school baseball tournament at Koshien Stadium, where 60,000 fans packed the house. Following the game, GW made a visit to ASICS Institute of Sport Science. Below, freshman center Collin Smith writes about his experience:

@GW_MBB Departs for Japan

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Say┼Źnara USA, Kon'nichiwa Japan!

The travel party for the GW men's basketball team had an early start on Wednesday as it begins a 10-day tour of Japan, with the bus rolling out from Smith Center at 4 a.m. Following a 7 a.m. flight to San Francisco and a quick layover, the team and staff will board a 14-hour flight that delivers them to Osaka around 3 p.m. local time on Thursday.

Watanabe Ready for Tour of Japan

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By Lauren Shear

Rising junior Yuta Watanabe will never forget the moment he heard the exciting news that his Colonials would embark on a foreign tour of his home country in August of 2016.

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Summer Spotlight: GW Water Polo

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This post was written by Lauren Shear.

Madeline Goodell, Quentin Montgomery, Pierce Deamer, Kelsey Oliver, and Alexander Swart of GW Water Polo recently talked with GWsports.com to discuss their summer internships and how their experience may prepare them for the future. 

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This post was written by Lauren Shear.

George Washington baseball rising senior Eddie Muhl and rising junior Robbie Metz represented the West Division and helped the team to an 8-0 win at the 2016 Cape Cod Baseball League All-Star Game on Saturday, July 23, at Veterans Field in Chatham, Massachusetts.

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GW Baseball Alum Appears on The $100,000 Pyramid

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This post was written by Lauren Shear.

GW baseball alum Kyle Gelling made an appearance on ABC's "The $100,000 Pyramid", a word-association game show that teams up celebrities with players from across the country in a race against the clock to win $100,000.

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