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how do we know we’re successful as a conference? because scoreboards don't lie. it's results like these that earned us record numbers of postseason invites over the last five years.

but our spirit of competition isn’t limited to the basketball court—and it sure doesn’t mean losing what we stand for. that's why our student-athletes graduate at an 86 percent rate – first among our peer men’s basketball conferences, fourth among division i conferences and 12 percentage points higher than the national average.

that’s how we measure success in the a-10.
by earning our scores through hard work, on the court and off.

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Amar Stukes settling in at point guard for La Salle http://po.st/CwoABp via @phillydotcom #neverstop #a10mbb #whowantsnext

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#Repost duqmbb #PutEmUp #A10MBB #WhoWantsNext
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Coach Ferry preparing the Dukes for tomorrow's A10… http://instagram.com/p/xh0ucHRaza/

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FINAL from Smith Center: GW 80, VMI 60. Colonials close out OOC play at 10-3, 22-5 last 2 seasons. #WhoWantsNext #A10MBB #RaiseHigh

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.@GW_MBB & @GW_WBB are at No. 17 and 26 in the @NCAA RPI. #GWU is one of two @atlantic10 schools Top 30 in both. #RaiseHigh #WhoWantsNext

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Shoutout to @RhodyRuckus as those blue Rams take down #21 Nebraska! #WhoWantsNext #A10Strong

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And Bryant comes on, making all #Fab5 freshman on the court #RaiseHigh #WhoWantsNext

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Scoreboards Don’t Lie

Atlantic 10
Opponent
Date
GW-60
Wichita State-54
12/25/14
VCU-93
Northern Iowa-87
12/13/14
VCU-77
Oregon-63
12/13/14
Massachusetts - 75
Florida State - 69
11/23/14
Rhode Island - 66
No. 21 Nebraska - 62
11/22/14
Dayton - 55
Texas A&M - 53
11/20/14
George Washington - 70
Rutgers - 53
11/16/14
VCU - 85
Tennessee - 69
11/14/14
Dayton – 82
Stanford – 72
3/27/14
Dayton – 55
Syracuse – 53
3/22/14
Saint Louis – 83
North Carolina State – 80
3/20/14
Dayton – 60
Ohio State – 59
3/20/14
Rhode Island – 74
LSU – 70
1/4/14
Dayton – 83
Ole Miss – 80
1/4/14
George Washington – 73
Georgia – 55
1/3/14
Saint Louis – 57
Vanderbilt – 49
12/30/13
VCU – 82
Virginia Tech – 52
12/21/13
UMASS – 105
BYU – 96
12/14/13
George Washington – 77
Maryland – 75
12/8/13
George Washington – 93
Rutgers – 87
12/4/13
George Washington – 60
Creighton – 53
12/1/13
Saint Joseph’s – 72
Washington State – 67
12/1/13
George Washington – 71
Miami – 63
11/28/13
Dayton – 82
California – 64
11/27/13
Dayton – 84
Gonzaga – 79
11/25/13
UMass – 62
Clemson – 56
11/24/13
UMass – 81
New Mexico - 65
11/22/13
UMass – 96
NEBRASKA – 90
11/21/13
DAYTON – 82
GEORGIA TECH – 72
11/20/13
VCU – 59
VIRGINIA – 56
11/12/13
UMass – 92
LSU – 90
11/12/13
LA SALLE – 76
OLE MISS – 74
3/24/13
LA SALLE – 63
KANSAS STATE – 61
3/22/13
LA SALLE – 80
BOISE STATE – 71
3/20/13
VCU – 73
ALABAMA – 54
12/15/12
DUQUESNE – 60
WEST VIRGINIA – 56
12/11/12
DAYTON – 81
ALABAMA – 76
12/8/12
LA SALLE – 82
PENN STATE – 57
12/5/12
RICHMOND – 62
WAKE FOREST – 60
12/1/12
RHODE ISLAND – 78
AUBURN – 72
11/25/12
Saint Louis – 70
TEXAS A&M – 49
11/19/12
DAYTON – 73
AUBURN – 63
11/18/12
DAYTON – 87
BOSTON COLLEGE – 71
11/16/12
Saint Joseph’s – 79
NOTRE DAME – 70
11/16/12
GEORGE MASON – 63
VIRGINIA – 59
11/9/12
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