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Topic - Mike Lonergan
Wake Forest transfer Tyler Cavanaugh announced where he's going to school next. George Washington it is. His long relationship with Mike Lonergan played a factor.
George Washington and men's basketball coach Mike Lonergan agreed to an extension through the 2020-21 season. GW reached the NCAA's this season for first time since 2007.
George Washington has extended men's basketball coach Mike Lonergan's contract through the end of the 2020-21 season.
GW freshman point guard Miguel Cartagena will transfer from the program, the school announced.
One scholarship just became available on George Washington men's basketball roster. At this time of year, that's not a bad thing.
George Washington's season ended in the NCAA Tournament. Based on those returning, like Patricio Garino and those incoming, the Colonials have the goods for a return trip.
It was not the end that George Washington seniors Maurice Creek and Isaiah Armwood had hoped for or dreamed of after a 71-66 loss to Memphis in the second round of the NCAA tournament. But the two seniors left their mark on an improving Colonials program.
The chant started with one player in the Memphis locker room. Tigers forward Shaq Goodwin picked up on it, and it spread to a few other players who clapped with each syllable.
Plenty of people seem to be disrespecting the George Washington Colonials.
The Colonials have played for almost two months without the sophomore guard, whose broken left foot still hasn't completely healed. Savage tried to play during the Atlantic 10 tournament last weekend, but lasted barely a minute on the floor in a semifinal loss to VCU.
CSN's latest look behind the scenes with George Washington men's basketball coach Mike Lonergan includes the use of Cal Ripken Jr. as motivation and a long love with Go-go music.
Creek, a 23-year-old graduate student, led the Colonials in scoring with 14.3 points per game, hoping all season he would once again play in an NCAA tournament game after an injury-marred career at Indiana.
Time is not on GW coach Mike Lonergan's side these days, but he's still doing his best to get all his work done before Fridays' NCAA Tournament opener against Memphis
First, Mike Krzyzewski takes a shot at George Washington's conference. Then the NCAA mistakenly puts the logo for crosstown rival Georgetown on T-shirts for sale on the official tournament website.
Mike Lonergan is hoping his team's experience will take them far.
"Our goal is to play a schedule that is challenging and puts us in a position for a berth to the NCAA tournament every season," Lonergan said. "It's going to be an exciting regional rivalry for our players, students, alumni and fans."