American University, just a pair of one-point victories away from a winless season, will try to get rolling against visiting Washington College of Chestertown, Md., at 8 o'clock tonight at Ft. Myer.
In other action, George Washington (2-1) comes off its only loss, 77-73 to visiting Massachusetts Saturday night, with an exhibition against the Australian national team.
Montgomery-Rockville travels to Hagerstown C. C. and Southeastern visits Virginia Commonwealth. All games start at 8 p.m.
American, now 2-3, showed signs of coming to life in an 80-79 win over Siena Saturday night to capture third place in the Majes Mdaison Ivitational.
Mike Abner, a 6-4 sophomore forward, has tallied 60 points in the last three games. Leon Kearny, a 6-5 forward, burned Siena for 23 points and 10 rebounds.
American, which shot 49.6 per cent against Siena after firing at a 37 per cent clip in its first four games, will be hoping for improved play from its guards.
Washington college, off to a 1-2 start after going 14-10 a year ago, features a pair of juniors from the Washington area. Forward Doug Byrne from Annandale High is hitting 18 points a game while guard Joe Wilson from West Springfield High is averaging 14.
Catholic University's home clash place in the James Madison Invita-against Seton Hall, originally scheduled for tonight, will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday.