Men's Basketball Comes Back on Binghamton to Win, 68-64
Mensah-Bonsu's 16 Points Leads Colonials
Dec. 30, 2002
VESTAL, NY - The GW men's basketball team trailed Binghamton for the first 35 minutes before a three-pointer by Greg Collucci with 4:25 remaining gave the Colonials their first lead of the game as GW held on to win at Binghamton.
Anthony Green scored 20 points for Binghamton (4-5) who played its first home game in a month before a season-high crowd of 1,974.
GW trailed by 10 (32-22) at halftime but scored the first eight points of the second half to rally within two. The Bearcats then built a nine-point lead with 8:44 left before GW began the decisive rally.
Freshman Omar Williams one-handed put-back dunk at the 5:16 mark ignited the Colonials' comeback.
Men's Basketball Hits the Road to Face FSU
TIPPING OFF: The GW men’s basketball team heads out on the road for the first time this season as it takes on Florida State on Tuesday night in...
Men's Basketball Flies by Howard, 84-75
Sparked by the aerial theatrics of Bo Ziegler, who twice converted alley-oops straight from a baseline inbounds pass, the GW men’s basketball team...
Chronicling the pursuit of just the fourth-ever Japanese born player to play Division 1 college basketball, as he strives for his dream to play in the NBA...
Men's Basketball Signs Three to Letters of Intent
WASHINGTON – GW men’s basketball head coach Maurice Joseph announced on Thursday the signing of Shandon Brown, Marcus Littles and Mezie Offurum...
Why I Chose GW
The recruiting process was quite the wake-up call.
I encountered people that I quickly found out only wanted me because of my ability to put a ball in a...
Bolden Ready for Bigger Role as GW Opens Season Friday
Sometime in the countdown to Friday’s season opener against Howard, George Washington head coach Maurice Joseph will pull Jair Bolden aside. “Blu...
Cavanaugh Makes NBA Debut with Atlanta Hawks
Former GW men’s basketball star Tyler Cavanaugh made his NBA debut on Sunday as the Atlanta Hawks took a 117-115 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Men's Basketball Handles Fairmont State in Exhibition, 86-63
In a billing that pitted GW freshman guard Justin Mazzulla against his older brother Joe in his coaching debut for Fairmont State, the little brother saw his...