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HOT: Women’s hoops guard Taylor Brown hits two buzzer-beaters [VIDEO] -

Taylor Brown, a red-shirt junior guard on the George Mason women’s basketball team,... 

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HOT: Green Machine named Best Pep Band by -

Doc Nix and the Green Machine check in at Number 1 as counts down the top five... 

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HOT: Derevjanik Lands First HS Head Coaching Job -

Jen Derevjanik’s basketball travels have taken her across the Tri-State Area, the... 

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HOT: The Kansas City Royals—Mason Baseball Connection -

As the World Series begins tonight, the spotlight shines, in part, upon four former George... 

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Mason to hire Bucknell’s Dave Paulsen

By Alan Kelly | On Monday, March 30th, 2015 - No Comments »

George Mason will hire Dave Paulsen from Bucknell University as their next head basketball coach, per Steven Goff of the Washington Post. Bucknell's Dave Paulsen is new basketball coach at George Mason U, multiple sources say. News conference probably Wed #masonmbb #gmu — Steven Goff (@SoccerInsider) March 30, 2015 Paulsen has been the head coach at Bucknell, a Patriot League member,... 

Coaching rumors swirl around Moton again (Durham Herald-Sun)

By News Robot | On Thursday, March 26th, 2015 - No Comments »

Since he arrived at North Carolina Central seven years ago as an assistant coach, LeVelle Moton has taken an annual ride on the offseason coaching carousel — and this year is no different. Moton’s name continues to be tossed around as head coaching positions across the country open up. “I’ve turned down jobs every year that I’ve been at North Carolina Central,”... 

Coaching Rumors: Baggett, Prohm, Moton, Brown

By Alan Kelly | On Tuesday, March 24th, 2015 - 1 Comment »

Kevin Baggett from Rider, Steve Prohm from Murry State, and LeVelle Moton from NC Central are among the candidates to be George Mason’s next head coach per Jeff Goodman, while Adam Zagoria adds Albany’s Will Brown to the list. Baggett, the reigning MAAC coach of the year, is a former James Madison assistant and has a 54-44 record in three seasons at New Jersey-based Rider, including... 

Caputo also Rumored as Candidate

By Chris Metsala | On Wednesday, March 18th, 2015 - No Comments »

According to the Palm Beach Post, Former G Mas assistant Chris Caputo now mentioned to be in contention for the position vacated by Paul Hewitt, as speculated by, well, everyone. In regards to Jay Larranaga being a target for the Head Coaching position, reports out of Boston indicate that Mason officials had not contacted him as of Tuesday. Caputo, who has been rumored to be taking jobs at... 

Yahoo Reports Jay Larranaga is a Candidate for Head Coach

By Chris Metsala | On Monday, March 16th, 2015 - No Comments »

UPDATE: Yahoo has quoted NBA sources saying that Jay Larranaga has indicated he will not interview for the Mason job. Jay Larranaga will be considered in the hunt for a new George Mason Head Coach, says sources quoted by Yahoo Sports. Jay Larranaga, 39, has stamped himself as one of the bright young assistant coaches in the NBA and is considered a potential future head coach. It is immediately... 


By Chris Metsala | On Monday, March 16th, 2015 - No Comments »
Fordham v George Mason

Breaking this morning, WJFK reporting that George Mason head coach Paul Hewitt has been let go. More as we hear it… Update: Mason press release Update: Washington Post story “Mason made a significant commitment to its athletic programs, especially men’s basketball, when the university moved to the Atlantic 10 Conference two years ago,” Athletic Director Brad Edwards said. “The... 

Reflecting on GMU’s Shiniest Moment

By Chris Metsala | On Thursday, March 12th, 2015 - No Comments »

The Fairfax Times just posted a solid retrospective on the 2006 run to the Final Four.  Perfect timing as we sit refreshing news sources and the message boards for news out of the Athletic Department.  Among the reflections and quotes were the usual ones, but there were a few that stood out illustrating just how long it’s been since those memories were forged and how... 

GW Overwhelms Mason on Senior Night, 67-51

By Brian Wright | On Wednesday, March 4th, 2015 - No Comments »
George Washington Overwhelms Mason on Senior Night, 67-51

Coming off its best effort during this lackluster season, George Mason had all intentions of channeling any residual momentum into a match-up with George Washington on Wednesday. But the energy that resulted in a halftime lead would eventually go by the wayside, as the Colonials used an early second half spurt to spoil Senior Night for the Patriots. Mason (9-20, 4-13) appeared to be more... 

Rhode Island Rams Preview and Q&A

By Alan Kelly | On Friday, February 20th, 2015 - No Comments »
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Tomorrow at 4 pm, George Mason (8-17, 3-10) wraps up their three-game homestand at the Patriot Center with their only meeting of the season against the Rhode Island Rams (18-6, 10-3). The Rams are currently tied with VCU and Dayton for first place in the Atlantic 10, and are on a two-game winning streak. The Rams and the Patriots split a pair of games last season, with Mason winning 61-54... 

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