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ESPN senior writer Andy Katz devoted the final third of his daily 3-Point Shot segment on July 15 to GW men's basketball, highlighting an impact freshman and the strength of the Colonials' non-conference schedule in 2014-15.

Jump to the 1:10 mark in the video below to hear Katz's offseason take on the Colonials.

On Sunday July 13, Coach Mike Lonergan joined Vin Parise on NBC Sports Radio's Anita Marks Show to discuss the Colonials and the July recruiting period. Listen to that segment by clicking here.

@GW_Volleyball Summer Blog Series: Timmer Time #3

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Hello GW Volleyball fans, friends and family! 

I hope you all had a wonderful fourth of July! The past 10 days I have been at home and it was extremely relaxing! I was able to spend a lot of time with friends and family. Most of the time spent was just hangout by the pool or lake and spending quality time with my siblings (I have a lot!). On the fourth, we made a slip and slide down the hill near my house, it was 200ft long and such a blast! We spend the whole weekend on the lake.

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Hello Everyone!

We are done with June and into July which means another month closer to getting back on the court with my teammates in August. As the day to the first practice of preseason approaches, I've been finding different ways to spend my time at home the best way I can with friends and family. I've officially started playing in two indoor volleyball leagues with former high school and club teammates, some of which now play collegiate volleyball as well. So far we have been very successful against our competition and look to continue for the rest of the summer. 


GW Baseball 2014 Statistical Review

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With the College World Series now complete, the 2014 collegiate baseball season is officially in the books. With all statistics now final, it is a good time to look back at the accomplishments of the 2014 GW baseball team.


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Just a few months removed from winning her second Olympic medal, GW Softball alumna Elana Meyers Taylor ('07) was the keynote speaker at the commencement ceremonies for Georgia State University and DeVry University.

"Being Asked to deliver a commencement speech is a huge honor," said Meyers Taylor. "I have the privilege of congratulating people who have completed a huge goal. It's an honor to be able to speak to them about what I've experienced and wish them well and also see their excitement as they start the next phase of their lives."

Hi GW volleyball fans, friends and family!

This summer has been absolutely beautiful in DC and I can't believe we're already about through the first summer session!

Jordan and I have been keeping up with workouts, going to open gyms throughout the DC area, and even running around the monuments. Preseason is only about a month away and we're very excited!

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On hot summer days in Foggy Bottom, the GW women's basketball staff has found ways to stay cool by participating in the #Chillin4Charity Cold Water Challenge, a fundraising effort to support the Kay Yow Cancer Fund.

Head Coach Jonathan Tsipis and his staff - assistant coaches Diane Richardson and Bill Ferrara and director of basketball operations Erica Williamson - were all challenged by their peers in the coaching ranks. Before buckets of ice water were dumped over their heads, each coach challenged another group of colleagues from across the country.

@GW_Volleyball Summer Blog Series: Timmer Time #2

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Hello again to all the GW family, friends and fans,

Starting today I want to include a quote with each of my blog posts. Each time I want to find a quote and then we can think about it as we go throughout our week! I love quotes and I find them very motivational.

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@GW_MensRowing Recruits Shine at Youth Nationals

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A handful of incoming GW Men's Rowing recruits were in action this past weekend at the US Rowing Youth National Championships on Lake Natoma in Sacramento, California.


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GW men's basketball Head Coach Mike Lonergan joined several DMV area coaches for a leadership panel at the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington's (CCADW) annual staff retreat on Tuesday afternoon.

Coach Lonergan was joined by Georgetown men's and women's basketball coaches John Thompson III and Natasha Adair, Maryland football head coach Randy Edsall and Washington Capitals play-by-play announcer Joe Beninati, who served as moderator, to discuss how they build teamwork and culture and teach students in front of several hundred CCADW staff members.  The event took place on the campus of Catholic University, Coach Lonergan's alma mater and the school he coached for 12 seasons and led to an NCAA Division III Championship in 2001.

"It was nice to get back on campus at Catholic University and an honor to serve on the panel with such a terrific group of coaches," said Coach Lonergan, who discussed his role in building foundations for his programs by surrounding himself with great people - from coaching staff and managers to support staff - and choosing student-athletes with high character and tremendous work ethic.

"It was a rewarding experience, especially being at my alma mater, to be able to give back to a local group that does so much for the Washington, D.C., community," added Coach Lonergan.

The five panelists wore red ribbons to honor the memory of Jamie Roberts, a CUA staff member and assistant coach who passed away unexpectedly on Friday, June 13.

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