Tony Taylor finished with 20 points and George Washington used a huge second-half run to defeat Delaware State 77-59 Saturday, snapping a seven-game losing streak.
Leading 37-27 at the break, the Colonials (5-8) then outscored the Hornets 18-3.
Lasan Kromah added 15 points and Jabari Edwards finished with a career-high 11 points and nine rebounds for George Washington.
Amere May led Delaware State with 22 points and Kendall Gray finished with 12 points and 10 rebounds.
Playing their second road game in as many days, the Hornets (4-8) lost their fifth straight.
After Casey Walker's 3-pointer cut the Colonials' lead to 39-30, George Washington scored 16 straight points in just over three minutes to take a commanding 55-31 lead.
The Colonials eventually led by as many as 28, shooting 58.1 percent (18 of 31) for the half. Taylor finished 8 of 10 from the field and scored 14 second-half points.