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Varsity roundup


Sophomore Jeff Glazer was named Atlantic 10 performer of the week. The Dix Hills, N.Y., native placed first place three times against American and Catholic universities last weekend. Glazer won the 500-yard freestyle in 4:530.42. On Saturday at American, Glazer captured the 100-yard and 200-yard freestyle events. The squad returns to the pool Saturday as it welcomes Howard University at 11 a.m.

Women’s soccer

Freshman Kerry Philbin and junior Shari Taylor were named to the all-conference second team by the A-10. Philbin was also named to the all-rookie squad. Philbin played in 17 games, registered 21 shots, four goals and one assist for nine points. Taylor also played in 17 games, getting 26 shots off and four goals for eight points.

Men’s soccer

Freshman Michael Rollings was named A-10 co-rookie of the week after his performance against Saint Louis. Rollings scored both goals in the 2-0 win on Friday. He has scored four goals this season. The Colonials handed the Billikens their first A-10 loss of the year. The soccer team plays its final game this year on Saturday against La Salle at the Mount Vernon Campus.

Men’s water polo

The men’s squad won its last two games at the CWPA Southern Championship in Annapolis, Md., to finish ninth of 11 teams in the tournament, held from Oct. 28-30. GW finished the season 12-16 and was seeded 11th in the tournament. GW beat Penn State-Behrend 17-8 on Saturday and topped Washington and Jefferson College 11-6 on Sunday morning. The Colonials lost 5-4 to Slippery Rock University and 14-11 to Johns Hopkins. Sophomore Chris Whittam had a season-high 13 saves against Slippery Rock.

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