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

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Final Four alumnus Gabe Norwood slammed his way into the headlines with two monster dunks... 

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HOT: Field House Is Undergoing $5 Million Renovation -

The Field House, the foundation of George Mason University Athletics, is undergoing a... 

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Senior forward/center Erik Copes leaves George Mason program

By News Robot | On Wednesday, December 17th, 2014 - No Comments »
Mason's hopes may rest on Erik Copes' health

Copes played in just four games this season due to injury. “I respect Erik’s decision” George Mason head coach Paul Hewitt said in the release. “I understand he needs to devote more time to other matters in his life that are more important than basketball. We will continue to support Erik in the pursuit of his degree.” Read more here… via CollegeBasketballTalk Mason’s... 

HOT: Derevjanik Lands First HS Head Coaching Job

By Chris Metsala | On Wednesday, December 17th, 2014 - No Comments »

Jen Derevjanik’s basketball travels have taken her across the Tri-State Area, the United States and the Atlantic Ocean since her playing days in Staten Island, NY, and now the former Division I standout and WNBA player has landed with the Bound Brook High School girls basketball team. Read more here… Most people think this post is Awesome!What's your reaction?Awesome (1)... 

Mason Edged by Old Dominion Despite Moore’s 22 Points

By Brian Wright | On Thursday, December 4th, 2014 - No Comments »
Mason Edged by Old Dominion Despite Moore’s 22 Points

Another miracle was simply too much to ask. Any possibility of a recurrence from what took place on Saturday night fell by the wayside for George Mason in the waning moments against former CAA foe Old Dominion. This time, it was a pair of opposing three-pointers (from much closer range) that spelled Patriot defeat in a 75-69 loss. After trailing for most of the contest, Mason (2-5) went up... 

George Mason Wins On 75-Foot Buzzer-Beater

By News Robot | On Saturday, November 29th, 2014 - No Comments »
George Mason Wins On 75-Foot Buzzer-Beater

Jalen Jenkins rebounded a free throw missed on purpose and launched a 75-footer at the buzzer that helped his George Mason Patriots down Manhattan 64-63 in Fairfax. Read more.. via Deadspin Most people think this post is Awesome!What's your reaction?Awesome (5) Interesting (0) Useful (0) Lame (0) Sucks (0) WTF? (0)  ..

Jalen Jenkins’ 75-foot heave gives George Mason an improbable victory (VIDEO)

By News Robot | On Saturday, November 29th, 2014 - No Comments »
George Mason Wins On 75-Foot Buzzer-Beater

Manhattan’s Shane Richards was instructed to miss a free throw intentionally in hopes of wasting time. Unfortunately for the Jaspers, the move didn’t work. Read more here… via CollegeBasketballTalk Most people think this post is Interesting!What's your reaction?Awesome (1) Interesting (1) Useful (0) Lame (0) Sucks (0) WTF? (0)  ..

Lobos coast to 69-58 win over the Patriots

By Chris Metsala | On Saturday, November 22nd, 2014 - No Comments »
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Photo courtesy GoMason.com New Mexico controlled George Mason easily, even without the services of their leading scorer in the consolation round of the Puerto Rico Shootout, 69-58.  The Patriots cut it as close as five points just after the half, but could get no closer than an eight point margin for the rest of the game. The lone bright spot was the play of Shevon Thompson, who broke... 

West Virginia runs past George Mason 91-65

By News Robot | On Friday, November 21st, 2014 - No Comments »
Vaughn Gray searches for progress. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) – At a glance there wasn’t much that West Virginia didn’t seem to do well in its opening game of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off. The Mountaineers forced turnovers on defense, played unselfishly on the offense end and limited their own mistakes. It all … Read more here… What's your reaction?Awesome (0) Interesting (0) Useful (0)... 

George Mason to play in 2015 Charleston Classic

By Alan Kelly | On Friday, November 21st, 2014 - No Comments »
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George Mason and ESPN Events announced yesterday that the Patriots will be a part of the eight team 2015 Gildan Charleston Classic on November 19, 20, and 22, 2015 at TD Arena in Charleston, SC. The other seven teams rounding out the field will be Bradley, Long Beach State, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Seton Hall, Towson and Virginia, with exact match-ups and bracketing to be announced later. 2015... 

Puerto Rico Tip-Off Preview

By Alan Kelly | On Thursday, November 20th, 2014 - No Comments »
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PUERTO RICO TIP-OFF SCHEDULE Thurs 11/20 West Virginia 7:30 pm, ESPNU Fri 11/21 New Mexico 7:30 pm, ESPN3 Sun 11/23 Charleston 11:30 am, ESPN3 Full Bracket (PDF) Tonight at 7:30 pm, George Mason opens play in the 2014 Puerto Rico Tip-Off against West Virginia on ESPNU. This year’s early season tournament is being played at the Coliseo Roberto Clemente in San Juan.... 

Patriots Drop Opener to Cornell, 68-60

By Brian Wright | On Saturday, November 15th, 2014 - No Comments »
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Patrick Holloway led the Patriots with 21 points. Photo: GoMason.com For Paul Hewitt’s Patriots, an 11-20 record last season is an unsatisfying mark they were hoping to put behind themselves beginning on Friday night in Fairfax. But Cornell appeared more determined to forget about its own recent struggles. The Big Red, winners of just two games in 2013-14, got to experience the rare taste... 

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