Student-Athletes Join Estimated 25,000 Graduates, Families and Friends on the National Mall
Colonials Clinch First National Championship
Colonials Top Bowdoin College, 5-4; Face Colby College For Title on Sunday Morning
Colonials Top Cardinal For Second Time This Season; Face Bowdoin on Saturday
Colonials Are Top Seed in Summers Cup For Second Straight Year
High School/Club: Competed in juniors after moving from Columbia at age of 17 ... finished in top-50 for under-19 juniors during junior year at Lake Norman High School ... finished third in the country for the national silver junior under-19 championships, overall ranking of 36th in the nation.
Personal: Born Jose Luis Calderon-Rodriguez on 09/06/1989 in Bogata, Colombia ... son of Francisco Calderon and Monica Rodriguez ... has younger brother Francisco (14) and sister Adriana (19) ... intends to major in mechanical engineering ... enjoys horseback riding, water skiing, tennis and soccer ... aspires to work with the human body in prosthetics and/or biomechanics.
No. 11 Men's Squash Dominates Georgetown in Season Opener
Colonials Roll Past Hoyas, 8-1, at HellWell
Men's Squash Set for Season Opener on Wednesday
Colonials to Host Georgetown in First Home Match of the Season
Squash's Wendy Lawrence Named to Squash Magazine's Top Fifty
George Washington Squash head coach Wendy Lawrence was named to Squash Magazine’s Top Fifty, a list that recognizes the most influential people in each...
@GWSquash's Josh Marks Named Community Service Student-Athlete of the Month
Senior Honored for Work with Camp Kesem
Men's @GWSquash Reveals 2016-17 Match Schedule
Colonials to Face Six Top-10 Teams in Challenging Schedule
GW Squash's Oakley Continues Play at WSF World Junior Championships
Incoming Freshman Finishes Undefeated in Team Play
@GW_Squash's Oakley Competing at WSF Junior Championships
New Zealand Native Competing in Poland
Men's @GWSquash Announces Incoming Student-Athletes
Colonials Welcome Trio of International Players for 2016-17