George Washington Women's Basketball Archive
2008-09 GW WOMEN'S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
|Date||Opponent / Event||Location||Time|
|11/05/08||vs. DT-3 ALL-STARS (Exhibition)||Washington, DC - Smith Center||L, 71-66|
|11/15/08||vs. MARYLAND-BALTIMORE CTY.||Washington, DC - Smith Center||W, 75-56|
|11/17/08||vs. COPPIN STATE||Washington, DC - Smith Center||W, 77-36|
|11/21/08||at Western Kentucky||Bowling Green, KY||L, 72-64|
|11/23/08||at Kentucky||Lexington, KY||L, 67-48|
|GW Thanksgiving Classic|
|11/28/08||Hartford 46, Liberty 39||Washington, DC - Smith Center||3:00 pm ET|
|vs. SOUTH ALABAMA||Washington, DC - Smith Center||W, 64-59|
|11/29/08||South Alabama 65, Liberty 61||Washington, DC - Smith Center||3:00 pm ET|
|vs. HARTFORD||Washington, DC - Smith Center||W, 67-65|
|12/02/08||vs. #7/9 TENNESSEE||Washington, DC - Smith Center||L, 71-59|
|12/16/08||vs. TROY||Washington, DC - Smith Center||W, 63-61|
|12/19/08||vs. #10/10 AUBURN||Washington, DC - Smith Center||L, 65-51|
|12/21/08||vs. PRINCETON||Washington, DC - Smith Center||W, 77-56|
|12/27/08||vs. LOYOLA (MD)||Washington, DC - Smith Center||W, 53-35|
|12/29/08||at #15/14 Rutgers||Piscataway, NJ||L, 57-47|
|01/03/09||at #3/3 Texas A&M||College Station, TX||L, 78-59|
|01/05/09||at Rice||Houston, TX||L, 78-68|
|01/10/09||at Richmond *||Richmond, VA||L, 66-65|
|01/14/09||vs. SAINT JOSEPH'S *||Washington, DC - Smith Center||W, 66-60|
|01/17/09||at Fordham *||Bronx, NY||W, 55-52|
|01/21/09||vs. VILLANOVA (Pack the House)||Washington, DC - Smith Center||W, 67-60|
|01/24/09||vs. DUQUESNE *||Washington, DC - Smith Center||W, 85-82|
|01/28/09||at Dayton *||Dayton, OH||W, 64-52|
|01/31/09||at La Salle *||Philadelphia, PA||W, 72-70|
|02/04/09||vs. RICHMOND *||Washington, DC - Smith Center||L, 55-49|
|02/08/09||vs. RHODE ISLAND *||Washington, DC - Smith Center||W, 55-48|
|02/11/09||at #21/19 Xavier *||Cincinnati, OH||L, 82-62|
|02/14/09||at Saint Louis *||St. Louis, MO||W, 67-62|
|02/18/09||vs. MASSACHUSETTS *||Washington, DC - Smith Center||W, 83-62|
|02/21/09||vs. ST. BONAVENTURE (Pink Zone) *||Washington, DC - Smith Center||W, 66-60|
|02/25/09||at Charlotte *||Charlotte, NC||L, 59-57|
|03/01/09||vs. TEMPLE (Senior Day) *||Washington, DC - Smith Center||L, 59-49|
|Atlantic 10 Championship (host - Charlotte)|
|03/06/09||vs. Rhode Island (First Round)||Charlotte, NC||L, 62-58|
|Postseason Women's National Invitation Tournament|
|03/19/09||at Florida Gulf Coast (WNIT)||Fort Myers, FL||L, 97-94 (2OT)|
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