Colonials Men's Basketball Lends a Hand on Move-In Day

Men's basketball coaches, players and staff help students and parents on move-in day.

Aug. 26, 2011

WASHINGTON - On Friday, August 26, as students and parents unloaded their cars and began moving into their respective residence halls at the George Washington University, several members of the GW men’s basketball team were on site to lend a helping hand.

In anticipation of the impending affect of Hurricane Irene on the Washington D.C. metro area this weekend, the university opened the residence halls one day early. GW players, as well as members of the coaching and support staff, were outside of Thurston and Potomac House to lend a hand to students and their families as they bustled in and out of buildings.

Among those helping out were first-year head coach Mike Lonergan, associate head coach Hajj Turner, assistant coach Kevin Sutton, Assistant Director of Basketball Operations Maurice Joseph, and players Bryan Bynes, Jabari Edwards and Lasan Kromah.

While the larger group focused on helping at Thurston, assistant coach Pete Strickland and Director of Basketball Operations Matt Lisiewski assisted students moving into Potomac.

Watch coaches, players and staff help students move in here.



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