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Mike Lonergan

  1. GW’s Joe McDonald undergoes hip surgery

    Apr 4, 2014, 3:38 PM EST

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    The sophomore guard has been plagued by a hip injury all season, and posted career highs in both points per game and assist rate while playing through the pain.

  2. Maurice Creek leads George Washington to 21st victory (VIDEO)

    Mar 2, 2014, 6:35 PM EST

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    Having dropped three of the last four games, George Washington was in a position where they needed a win over George Mason to get back on track. Without a “bad” loss on its resume Mike Lonergan’s team is well-positioned to earn the program’s first NCAA tournament berth since 2007, and the Colonials took another step…

  3. Bench scoring fails to carry Richmond past GW

    Feb 18, 2014, 10:34 PM EST

    Maurice Creek, Varun Ram

    There is little to no margin for error in the middle of the Atlantic 10 this season. Though Saint Louis still has to face VCU and Massachusetts on the road, the Billikens currently stand comfortably atop the conference, while five other teams have conference records ranging from 8-3 to 7-4. Tonight’s George Washington-Richmond contest was…

  4. Vin Parise’s 30-second timeout: Five questions with Mike Lonergan

    Feb 8, 2014, 11:30 AM EST

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    Vin Parise of College Basketball Talk caught up with George Washington head coach Mike Lonergan, whose Colonials host Fordham Saturday afternoon. CBT: Let’s first start out with how this all happened.  Preseason you were picked 10th and today you’re projected as a postseason team.  What’s been the difference? Lonergan: Maurice Creek hitting the court for…

  5. The transfers get attention, but win over VCU solidified Mike Lonergan’s foundation at George Washington

    Jan 14, 2014, 11:03 PM EST

    Maurice Creek, Varun Ram

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — George Washington has been the face of all that is good — and bad — when it comes to transfers in college basketball. They lost two rising seniors as graduate transfers during the offseason, bringing in Indiana castoff Maurice Creek to join former Villanova Wildcat Isaiah Armwood as the face of a…

  6. George Washington’s win over Rhode Island essentially decided by halftime (VIDEO)

    Jan 11, 2014, 5:30 PM EST

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    One week ago Dan Hurley’s Rhode Island Rams picked up one of the biggest victories of his short tenure in Kingston, knocking off LSU in Baton Rouge. This Saturday the Rams were in search of another road victory, this one coming at George Washington against a surprising Colonials squad that also entered the game with…

  7. Stony Brook seeking to get over the hump, earn NCAA Tournament bid

    Jan 10, 2014, 6:00 PM EST

    Steve Pikiell

    If one is to strictly judge a program’s success by berths to the NCAA Tournament, Albany and Vermont have been the top programs in the America East conference for the past 11 seasons as they have been there a combined eight times. Will Brown has had sustained success at Albany, while Vermont’s success has been…

  8. POSTERIZED: George Washington’s Kethan Savage at it again (VIDEO)

    Dec 28, 2013, 9:24 PM EST

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    George Washington guard Kethan Savage has already made two appearances in the “POSTERIZED” series this season, and in the Colonials’ 69-58 win at Hofstra on Saturday he locked up a third with an emphatic one-handed dunk. But more importantly the win moved George Washington to 11-1 on the season, and Mike Lonergan’s team has been…

  9. Fractured finger sidelines George Washington wing Patricio Garino

    Nov 3, 2013, 4:48 PM EST

    Rotnei Clarke, Patricio Garino

    With all five starters back from last season’s team, Mike Lonergan’s George Washington Colonials are a squad hopeful of making a move up the Atlantic 10 standings in 2013-14. One of the players expected to factor into the equation is 6-foot-6 sophomore wing Patricio Garino, who started all 30 games averaged 8.8 points and 3.4…