Jackson's 13 Points Leads Four Colonials in Double Figures
Colonials Welcome Back, Eight Letterwinners from Last Season
Scored over 1,000 points in her high school career at Mount Saint Charles ... An All-State honoree in 2011 after averaging 16.3 points and 10.2 rebounds per game as a senior ... Also earned First-Team All-Division and First-Team All-Class as a senior ... Named to the All-Tournament Team at the 2011 Rhode Island Interscholastic League Division II Championships ... A four-time Tri-Sport Scholar Athlete ... Named the 2011 Mount Saint Charles Female Athlete of the Year ... Served as vice president of the National Honor Society ... Graduated in the top 10 of her class.
Maria Gentile Saia ... Born Dec. 4, 1992 in Wrentham, Mass. ... Daughter of Diane and Vincent Saia ... Has an older brother, Joseph, and a younger sister, Victoria ... Majoring in exercise science with a concentration in pre-sports medicine and athletic training.
Women's Basketball Tips Off WNIT on Friday vs. Navy
TIPPING OFF: The George Washington women's basketball team will make its 22nd postseason appearance of the last 27 years when it hosts Navy on Friday night...
Women's Basketball Routs Revolutionary Rival George Mason, 80-49
Colonials' seniors go out with a bang in rout of Patriots to win sixth straight game
Women's Basketball Slides Past Saint Bonaventure, 63-57
Martins leads all players with 21 points; Colonials extend win streak to five
Women's Basketball Set for Regular-Season Finale at Richmond
Colonials visit Spiders with A-10 Championship first-round bye on the line
Women's Basketball Opens Campaign for A-10 Title Three-Peat on Friday
No. 2-seed Colonials to face No. 7 Duquesne in quarterfinals
Washington Earns Second Straight A-10 Player of the Week Award
Senior forward posted another big week as GW picked up key wins over Rhode Island & Dayton
GW Women's Basketball Takes Down Conference Leading Dayton, 52-39
Colonials get revenge from early-season loss in dominant defensive effort
Women's Basketball Routs Rhode Island, 72-44
Colonials lead wire-to-wire for second straight game