2010-11 George Washington Basketball
|03/08/11||Washington, DC||Saint Joseph's 71, George Washington 59||Box score|
|03/05/11||Washington, DC||George Washington 60, Dayton 58||Box score|
|3/2/11||Kingston, R.I. (Thomas M. Ryan Center)||George Washington 66, Rhode Island 55||Box score|
|2/26/11||Washington, DC||#24/24 Temple 57, George Washington 41||Box score|
|02/23/11||Washington, DC||George Washington 74, Charlotte 57||Box score|
|02/19/11||Philadelphia, Pa.||George Washington 82, La Salle 80||Box score|
|02/13/11||Amherst, Mass. (Mullins Center)||George Washington 59, Massachusetts 51||Box score|
|2/9/11||Washington, DC||Richmond 69, George Washington 65||Box score|
|02/05/11||Halton Arena (Charlotte, N.C.)||George Washington 73, Charlotte 67||Box score|
|02/02/11||Pittsburgh, Pa. / Palumbo Ctr.||Duquesne 84, George Washington 59||Box score|
|1/29/11||Washington, DC||George Washington 52, Saint Louis 46||Box score|
|01/26/11||Cincinnati, OH||Xavier 81, George Washington 74||Box score|
|1/22/11||Washington, DC||St. Bonaventure 62, George Washington 49||Box score|
|1/19/11||Richmond, Va. (Robins Center)||Richmond 68, George Washington 58||Box score|
|1/15/11||Washington, DC||Harvard 67, George Washington 62||Box score|
|1/12/11||Washington, DC||George Washington 72, Fordham 52||Box score|
|1/8/11||Hagan Arena, Philadelphia, Pa.||George Washington 78, Saint Joseph's 71||Box score|
|1/5/11||Washington, DC||George Washington 72, La Salle 67||Box score|
|01/02/11||Burr Gymnasium - Washington, DC||George Washington 85, Howard 50||Box score|
|12/31/10||Washington, DC||George Washington 58, Holy Cross 57||Box score|
|12/27/10||Birmingham, Ala. (Bartow Arena)||UAB 79, George Washington 44||Box score|
|12-22-10||Washington, DC||George Washington 82, East Carolina 80||Box score|
|12/18/10||Corvallis, Ore. (Gill Colieum)||George Washington 87, Oregon State 79||Box score|
|12/8/10||Washington, DC||George Washington 73, Towson 67||Box score|
|12/5/10||Washington, DC (Verizon Center||Navy 64, George Washington 57||Box score|
|12/1/10||Fairfax, Va. (Patriot Center)||George Mason 60, George Washington 46||Box score|
|11/29/10||Washington, DC||UNC Wilmington 73, George Washington 69||Box score|
|11/23/10||Washington, DC||Hampton 62, George Washington 51||Box score|
|11/22/10||Washington, DC||George Washington 58, Nevada 56||Box score|
|11/17/10||The Pavilion (Villanova, Pa.)||George Washington 79, Marist 59||Box score|
|11/16/10||The Pavilion (Villanova, Pa.)||Boston University 76, George Washington 67||Box score|
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