McDonald Hits Career-High Five Three-Pointers, Colonials Make 10 Threes to Rout Bonnies
Garino's 23 Points Lead Colonials to 18th Win in Last 19 Home Games
Five Colonials Score in Double Figures Led by Kopriva's Career Night
GW (0-0) vs. Grambling State (0-0) | Friday, Nov. 14 | 7 p.m. | RaiseHigh Live
Six Colonials Score in Double Figures in Tune Up for Friday's Season Debut
Get to Know 2014-15 GW Men's Basketball Freshman Darian 'Jelly' Bryant
Averaged 1.2 points in 5.4 minutes in 32 games played ... Member of GW's Athletic Academic Dean's List (3.0+ GPA) for fall 2014 semester.
Bryant repeated on the All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) Second Team as a senior in 2013-14 after averaging 10.1 points for his St. John's College High School team that won the WCAC regular season title, peaked at No. 11 in USA Today's Super 25 rankings, and finished the season 28-6 overall. Bryant was one of four Cadets players to be recognized on the Washington Post's 2013-14 Winter All-Met team, earning honorable mention accolades. He will join GW returners Joe McDonald, Kethan Savage and Nick Griffin as Colonials to earn All-Met accolades during their local scholastic careers, and is the sixth All-Met selection to sign with GW during Coach Mike Lonergan's three-year tenure.
Bryant earned Second Team All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) honors as a junior in 2012-13, averaging 11.2 points on 47 percent shooting as he helped the Cadets reach the WCAC Championship game. It was Bryant's half-court, buzzer-beating game winner that helped St. John's edge DeMatha Catholic, 57-55, in the WCAC quarterfinals en route to the title game. The 6-foot-4 guard is not only noted for his shooting, but also his size, strength and ability to guard multiple positions.
Cavanaugh to Play for Atlanta Hawks in Summer League
WASHINGTON -- Former GW star forward Tyler Cavanaugh has found a summer league home with the Atlanta Hawks.
Watanabe Hard at Work Preparing for Senior Season
After the GW men’s basketball team’s season ended in March, junior Yuta Watanabe had an important decision to make.
Raise High 'Cast: Patricio Garino
On episode two of the Raise High 'Cast, the official podcast of GW Athletics, former GW star Patricio Garino joins David Earl to talk about a whirlwind past ...
Men's Basketball Signs Javier Langarica
The GW men’s basketball program looks to further a long history of success with international players with the signing of Javier Langarica, a 6-foot-9 ...
Catching up with Tyler Cavanaugh
In the past seven weeks, Tyler Cavanaugh has completed pre-draft workouts with 13 NBA teams as the former GW star looks to begin his path towards making an...
Men’s Basketball to Begin Home-and-Home with Princeton
WASHINGTON -- The George Washington men’s basketball team has agreed to a home-and-home series with Princeton University.
Raise High 'Cast: Maurice Joseph
On the first edition of the Raise High Cast, the official podcast of GW Athletics, host David Earl is joined by men's basketball coach Maurice Joseph. The...
A-10 Releases Men’s Basketball Matchups for 2017-18
The Atlantic 10 on Wednesday announced the schedule pairings for the 2017-18 men’s basketball season, and GW will play eight games against teams that...