Duquesne Vs. George Washington Game Preview: Colonials Still Shooting For 10 Wins

George Washington welcomes in Duquesne in an A10 matchup as the Colonials are still on the quest for their tenth win of the season.

The George Washington Colonials are trying to hold on to the final spot in the A10 conference tournament and they're also trying to reach double-digit wins before the close of the 2011-2012 NCAA basketball season. The Colonials will welcome the Duquesne Dukes to the Charles E. Smith Center on Saturday afternoon to try and do just that. After beating Richmond 69-67, George Washington has lost their last two games in a row and have just three games left on the season to try and reach 10 wins.

Duquesne is in the midst of a two game winning streak as well, but the Dukes are a few games over .500 and have hung around with some tough teams this season. If the Colonials want to beat the Dukes, they'll need big games from Tony Taylor and Lasan Kromah.

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