No. 11 GW Women's Squash Closes Regular Season This Weekend
Colonials Hit Road Friday Before Doubleheader at Saturday's Senior Day
Feb. 6, 2014
WASHINGTON - The No. 11 George Washington women's squash team will conclude its regular season with a trio of matches this weekend.
GW (8-5) will visit No. 18 Franklin & Marshall on Friday at 5:00 p.m. before Saturday's Homecoming doubleheader against Virginia (11:00 a.m.) and Bucknell (5:00 p.m.) at the Matthew J. Grossman Squash Courts at Lerner Health & Wellness Center.
The Colonials have won seven of their last eight matches entering this weekend's finale and are 1-1 at home this season with a season-opening victory over Georgetown on November 8.
Prior to Saturday's afternoon match against Bucknell, the Colonials will honor seniors Kelly Barnes, Adriana Calderon, Jackie Shea, Elizabeth Tapley, Maya Nair, Becca Imrich and Catherine Ehrlich for their contributions to the program over the past four years.
The seven seniors in the Class of 2014 have helped the Colonials to 45 victories over the past four seasons, including the 2011-12 Walker Cup Championship at the College Squash Association Team Nationals and the highest-ever program national ranking of No. 11.
@GWSquash Sends Six to CSA Individual Nationals
Tournament Opens on Friday in Stamford, Conn.
No. 13 Women's @GWSquash Wins Kurtz Cup Consolation Final
Colonials Down Franklin & Marshall to Clinch No.13 Final Ranking
No. 13 GW Women's Squash Downs Virginia, 7-2
Colonials Advance to Kurtz Cup Consolation Finals
No. 13 Women's @GWSquash Falls to No. 12 Williams, 6-3
Porras, Flynn and Sands Earn Wins
No. 13 GW Women's Squash Aims for Second Kurtz Cup Title
Colonials Open CSA Nationals vs. No. 12 Williams on Friday Evening
@GWSquash's Porras Named Finalist for CSA Richey Award
Prestigious Awards Honors Excellence, Leadership and Devotion in Collegiate Squash
No. 13 Women's @GWSquash Splits Final Regular Season Matches
Colonials Down Franklin & Marshall on Friday
No. 14 GW Women's Squash Rebounds with Win Over No. 9 Drexel
Colonials Upset Dragons on Road