George Washington Rumors & News

  • George Washington transfer Paul Jorgensen commits to Butler

    Big East Coast Bias "The Butler Bulldogs landed a transfer on Wednesday, as it was reported that George Washington point guard Paul Jorgensen would be headed to Indianapolis. As the tweet notes, Jorgensen will have to sit out this season. He'll be eligible for 2017-18 and 2018-19. " May 11

  • George Washington tops Valparaiso in NIT Championship

    The Sports Xchange "NEW YORK -- George Washington coach Mike Lonergan can finally replace the basketball net he's been using as a good luck charm the past month and a half. Lonergan now has a net from Madison Square Garden after George Washington won its first NIT title with a 76-60 win over Valparaiso in the..." March 31

  • GW shuts down Aztecs, reaches NIT final

    The Sports Xchange "NEW YORK -- George Washington coach Mike Lonergan's strategy wasn't to stick with a 1-3-1 zone against San Diego State in the semifinals of the NIT on Tuesday, but an injury to a key player and some foul trouble forced him into that plan. The result was a dominating 65-46 win from George..." March 30

  • George Washington 82, Florida 77

    The Sports Xchange "Junior forward Tyler Cavanaugh scored 23 points and knocked down a key 3-pointer in the final minute, and George Washington advanced to the NIT Final Four for the first time in school history after posting an 82-77 victory over Florida on Wednesday in Washington, D.C. Kevin Larsen had 19..." March 23

  • George Washington 87, Monmouth 71

    The Sports Xchange "Junior forward Tyler Cavanaugh posted 22 points and 12 rebounds, helping fourth-seeded George Washington upset top-seeded Monmouth 87-71 in the second round of the National Invitation Tournament on Monday night at the Multipurpose Activity Center in West Long Branch, N.J. Senior guard..." March 21

  • George Washington 82, Hofstra 80

    The Sports Xchange "Junior forward Tyler Cavanaugh had 20 points and 11 rebounds in George Washington's dramatic 82-80 victory over Hofstra on Wednesday in the opening round of the NIT at the Charles E. Smith Center in Washington. The Pride, who trailed by 12 points with 8 1/2 minutes left, stormed back to tie..." March 16