The George Washington Colonials were hoping to avoid dropping back-to-back games and another losing streak, but their second half rally against the Fordham Rams fell just short. George Washington trailed 31-24 at halftime, but were able to go on a run and rally back in the second half to tie the game. Fordham held on for the 63-58 victory however. George Washington was able to outscore Fordham in the second half, but it was just too little too late.
Tony Taylor led the way in the second half for George Washington and picked up 17 points in the game, including seven assists. Nemanja Mikic picked up 12 points and seven rebounds while Lasan Kromah picked up another 13 points and four rebounds in the loss. For Fordham, Branden Frazier put down 20 points while hitting four of his seven three-point shots. Forward Chris Gaston was also able to add 16 points for Fordham off the bench.
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