Colonials aim to break into the top-eight
Colonials Tie Highest Ranking in Program History
Colonials close regular season with shutout of Dickinson
Colonials top Big Red to split weekend matches
Colonials finish with four sweeps to roll past Ephs, 7-2
2016-2017: Made eight appearances and posted one victory in his senior season … recorded one win at the No. 6 position on the ladder … his 21 career wins ranks 14th all time at GW … opened the season with a sweep against Joe Donohue of Georgetown, 11-3, 11-3, 11-2 … recognized on the GW Athletics Academic Dean’s List.
2015-2016: Finished with six victories...one win at No. 6 and five wins at No. 7...Picked up wins over Hobart (6-11, 11-8, 11-9, 11-6 over Jack Shannon) and Denison (11-6, 11-2, 12-10 over Ben Cole)...Defeated Eli Ross of John Hopkins, 11-3, 11-2, 11-4... Named to the GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.
2014-15: Finished with 10 victories ... posted four wins at No. 8, three wins at No. 7, two wins at No. 5 and one at No. 6 ... seven of 10 wins in straight sets ... picked up GW's lone victory in 8-1 loss against No. 3 Columbia, 11-9, 8-11, 11-7, 11-3 over Alex Nalle (Jan. 25) ... defeated Nathaniel Fry of No. 12 Drexel, 11-9, 11-8, 3-11, 3-11, 11-7 (Feb. 7) ... defeated Creighton Foulkes of No. 14 Bates, 11-0, 11-7, 11-4 on Jan. 3.
2013-14: Totaled nine victories in debut season ... posted eight wins at No. 5 and one victory at No. 4 ... five wins came in straight sets ... 4-0 in matches that extended past three sets ... went 2-1 at CSA Team Nationals.
High School/Club: Most Valuable Player as a senior at Lower Merion High School under head coach Shane Coleman ... helped team to Top-16 ranking in the country in junior and senior seasons ... two-time recipient of Lower Merion's Best and Fairest Award ... graduated with 4.4 GPA.
Personal: Born Joshua Nathan Marks in Philadelphia, PA ... son of Angela and Eugene Marks ... has older brother Samuel and older sister, Leah ... brother Samuel plays soccer at Pitt ... undecided on major.
No. 11 Men’s Squash Falls to Saint Lawrence
LEWISTON, Maine – The George Washington men’s squash team battled hard, but ultimately fell, 7-2, to No. 3 St. Lawrence on Saturday evening. The ...
No. 11 Men’s Squash Heads to Maine for Trio of Matches
After being idle from competition for the winter break, the Colonials will open their spring slate this weekend with a trip up to Maine to face No. 3 Saint...
No. 11 Men’s Squash Downs Dickinson, 9-0
WASHINGTON – In their last home match of the fall season, the George Washington men’s squash team came out hot, downing No. 22 Dickinson, 9-0, on...
No. 11 Men’s Squash Falls to No. 10 Dartmouth
ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Moudy Abdel-Maksoud, Oisin Logan, and Inaki de Larrauri Coral notched key victories for the George Washington men’s squash team ...
No. 11 Men’s Squash Set for Pair of Weekend Matches
SHINGTON – The George Washington men’s squash team will face a pair of College Squash Association (CSA) opponents this weekend, first traveling...
No. 11 Men's Squash Claims Washington-Jefferson Cup
WASHINGTON – The George Washington men’s squash team came out in full force on Tuesday evening, defeating Virginia, 6-3, to secure the Washington...
No. 11 Men’s Squash Ready for Washington-Jefferson Cup
WASHINGTON – The George Washington men’s squash team is set to host No. 17 Virginia on Tuesday at 6 p.m. for the Washington-Jefferson Cup at the ...
No. 11 Men’s Squash Pushes No. 8 Princeton
In its second straight match against a top-10 opponent, the George Washington men’s squash team challenged No. 8 Princeton, but ultimately came up...