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2015 Atlantic 10 Women’s Basketball Championship Schedule

Atlantic 10

Final Standings

  1. #21 George Washington (26-3, 15-1)
  2. Dayton (23-5, 14-2)
  3. Duquesne (20-9, 12-4)
  4. Fordham (19-10, 11-5)
  5. Richmond (17-12, 9-7)
  6. Rhode Island (16-12, 8-8)
  7. Saint Joseph’s (12-16, 8-8)
  8. VCU (16-13, 7-9)
  9. Saint Louis (14-15, 7-9)
  10. George Mason (13-16, 5-11)
  11. La Salle (14-15, 5-11)
  12. St. Bonaventure (15-14, 5-11)
  13. Massachusetts (11-17, 5-11)
  14. Davidson (5-24, 1-15)

*All games played at the Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, VA

First Round, March 4

Game 1: #12 St. Bonaventure vs. #13 Massachusetts, 4:30 PM
Game 2: #11 La Salle vs. #14 Davidson, 7 PM

Second Round, March 5

Game 3: #8 VCU vs. #9 Saint Louis, 11:30 AM
Game 4: #5 Richmond vs. St. Bonaventure/Massachusetts, 2 PM
Game 5: #7 Saint Joseph’s vs. #10 George Mason, 4:30 PM
Game 6: #6 Rhode Island vs. La Salle/Davidson, 7 PM

Quarterfinals, March 6

Game 7: #1 George Washington vs. VCU/Saint Louis, 11 AM (WRGW)
Game 8: #4 Fordham vs. Richmond/St. Bonaventure/Massachusetts, 2 PM
Game 9: #2 Dayton vs. Saint Joseph’s/George Mason, 4:30 PM
Game 10: #3 Duquesne vs. Rhode Island/La Salle/Davidson, 7 PM

Semifinals, March 7

Game 11: Game 7 Winner vs. Game 8 Winner, 11 AM
Game 12: Game 9 Winner vs. Game 10 Winner, 1:30 PM

Final, March 8

Game 13: Game 11 Winner vs. Game 12 Winner, 1 PM (ESPNU)

Atlantic 10 Men’s Scoreboard: February 23-March 1

Atlantic 10

February 25

George Washington 69, St. Bonaventure 46
Richmond 67, #22 VCU 63 (2OT)
Davidson 60, Rhode Island 59
Dayton 76, George Mason 63
Saint Joseph’s 82, Massachusetts 71
Fordham 63, La Salle 48
Duquesne 79, Saint Louis 66

February 28

Davidson 77, George Washington 66
Dayton 59, #22 VCU 55
Rhode Island 59, La Salle 56
Richmond 63, Saint Joseph’s 57
Massachusetts 82, Fordham 74
St. Bonaventure 92, Duquesne 75
George Mason 78, Saint Louis 50

Standings

  1. Dayton (22-6, 12-4)
  2. Davidson (21-6, 12-4)
  3. Rhode Island (20-7, 12-4)
  4. #22 VCU (21-8, 11-5)
  5. Massachusetts (17-12, 10-6)
  6. Richmond (17-12, 10-6)
  7. George Washington (18-11, 8-8)
  8. St. Bonaventure (15-12, 8-8)
  9. La Salle (15-14, 7-9)
  10. Saint Joseph’s (12-16, 6-10)
  11. Duquesne (10-17, 5-11)
  12. Fordham (9-18, 4-12)
  13. George Mason (9-19, 4-12)
  14. Saint Louis (11-18, 3-13)

Women’s Gameday #29: GW vs George Mason

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#22/21 George Washington Colonials (25-3, 14-1 A10) vs. George Mason Patriots (13-15, 5-10 A10)
2 PM, Charles E. Smith Center, Washington, DC
Media: WRGW, RaiseHigh Live
Announcers: Mike Martenak, Jeff Pawling
Click Here to Listen Live

The Colonials wrap up the Atlantic 10 regular season today at 2 pm on Senior Day at the Smith Center when they take on George Mason in another installment of the Revolutionary Rivalry. GW trounced Mason back on January 31st in Fairfax by a final of 87-52, a game in which they forced the Patriots into committing 20 first half turnovers.

Today’s game gives fans a chance to recognize seniors Chakecia Miller and Bria Bourgeois. Miller is two steals away from moving into 5th all-time in Colonials history, passing Tracey Earley. As for the team as a whole, a win today clinches the A10 regular season title outright for the Colonials and gives them even more momentum heading into the A10 Tournament next weekend in Richmond.

WRGW’s coverage begins at 1:50 with tip off scheduled for 2 pm on gwradio.com.

Women’s Gameday #28: GW at Richmond

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#22/21 George Washington Colonials (24-3, 13-1 A10) at Richmond Spiders (16-11, 8-6 A10)
7 PM, Robins Center, Richmond, VA
Media: WRGW, A10 Digital Network
Announcers: Cameron Rohde, Adam Chatman
Click Here to Listen Live

The Colonials play their final road contest of the season tonight when they travel to Virginia’s state capital to face rival Richmond. GW holds a one-game lead over Dayton in the Atlantic 10 standings, and because the Colonials defeated the Flyers in both head-to-head meetings this season, GW can clinch a share of the Atlantic 10 regular season championship and the top seed in the conference tournament with either a win or a Dayton loss.

Jonquel Jones will look to continue her torrid play tonight after last week’s stellar performances against VCU and Fordham. Jones made history on Sunday, breaking the school record for most consecutive field goals made in a game, going 10-10 from the field en route to a 22-point performance in just 18 minutes of play. She scored 16 points within a five-minute stretch of the second half to single-handedly put Fordham away.

Richmond comes in having lost three of their last four, including Saturday’s 61-59 loss to Saint Joseph’s. The Spiders are also fighting for seeding in next week’s A10 Tournament, currently sitting in fifth place, just a game behind Fordham and a game ahead of Rhode Island and Saint Louis.

WRGW’s coverage begins at 6:50 with tip off scheduled for 7 pm on gwradio.com.

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