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Two Mason Patriots Honored by School of Business -

A pair of former George Mason Patriots were recently honored by the George Mason School... 

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Dayton Moore prioritizes defense, leads KC Royals to 2 straight pennants -

Prior to the Kansas City Royals’ ALCS-clinching win over the Toronto Blue Jays last... 

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David Verburg wins Men’s 400M at USATF Championships -

George Mason graduate David Verburg won the men’s 400 meters at the USA Track and... 

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KC Royals Draft Two Patriots -

GMU Senior Luke Willis and redshirt senior Jake Kalish were each selected by the Kansas... 

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Shevon Thompson’s NBA Journey Continues [Basketball Insiders]

By Alan Kelly | On Thursday, June 23rd, 2016 - No Comments »
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As his heart raced, his mouth was drier than a June day in the Jamaican heat. Shevon Thompson said a prayer, sighed and marched toward the check-in line for his Miami-bound American Airlines flight. And even as he checked his bags, the 19-year-old couldn’t believe that he had made it to this point. For the first time, Thompson was leaving his native Jamaica to pursue his basketball career. Read... 

5 Reasons George Mason could make the 2017 NCAA Tournament [A10Talk]

By News Robot | On Friday, June 17th, 2016 - No Comments »
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George Mason, though still nowhere near where it wants to be, made a little bit of progress last year with an 11-21 finish to the season under head coach Dave Paulsen. Yeah, 11 wins is nothing spectacular, but I’m pretty sure most Mason fans are relieved to have gotten to double digits, especially after Paul Hewitt’s last season where the Patriots went 9-22. 2 more wins are 2 more wins.... 

Shevon Thompson working out for NBA teams as draft approaches

By Alan Kelly | On Thursday, June 16th, 2016 - No Comments »
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Shevon Thompson now has interest from at least three NBA teams. According a tweet from Moke Hamilton of Basketball Insiders, the Jamaican center worked out for the Washington Wizards today, and will work out for the Chicago Bulls tomorrow, June 17. This comes on the heels of Thompson’s workout with the Houston Rockets back on June 6th. NBA teams work out dozens of prospects, but any... 

2016-17 Conference Schedule Pairings Announced

By Alan Kelly | On Thursday, June 16th, 2016 - No Comments »
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Yesterday, the Atlantic 10 Conference announced home and away schedule pairings for the upcoming 2016-17 season. Local rivals VCU, George Washington, and Richmond, as well as Saint Louis and UMass, will make up the Patriots’ home-and-home partners for the 2017 conference slate. Second-year coach Dave Paulsen’s team will face the other eight A10 teams once each, hosting Duquesne,... 

George Mason will play in 2016 Gulf Coast Showcase

By Alan Kelly | On Friday, June 10th, 2016 - No Comments »
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At long last, the identity of George Mason’s 2016 early-season tournament has been revealed, as the Gulf Coast Showcase announced their field today. The Patriots join Vermont, Wofford, Bradley, Kent State, South Dakota, Houston, and old CAA rival Hofstra in the 8-team team field. The tournament will be played November 21-23 (the week of Thanksgiving). George Mason’s first round... 

Shevon Thompson selected for Reese’s College All-Star Game (Updated TV info)

By Alan Kelly | On Friday, April 1st, 2016 - No Comments »
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When to watch: Saturday · 1pm on CBS · 5pm on CBS Sports Network George Mason senior center Shevon Thompson (9.9 ppg, 10.6 rpg) will take the court one final time as a collegian, as he was selected for the Reese’s College All-Star Game. One of twenty seniors chosen by the National Association of Basketball Coaches, Thompson will suit up for the East team, coached by former... 

Final Four Retrospectives: CBS Sports & WaPo

By Alan Kelly | On Saturday, March 5th, 2016 - No Comments »

With the tenth anniversary of George Mason’s Final Four run coming up later this March, there have been some excellent articles written in recent days, looking back at the magic of 2006. These articles are also accompanied by video interviews with many of the principle characters (players and coaches). Mason Men: George Mason’s Cinderella run to the 2006 Final Four changed college... 

VCU Rams Preview and Q&A

By Alan Kelly | On Wednesday, February 24th, 2016 - No Comments »
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TV: MASN Radio: GoMason Digital Stream: A10 Network Tonight at 7pm, George Mason (9-18, 3-11 A10) will host VCU (20-7, 12-2) in one of the most anticipated home matchups of the season. More than a little pride will be on the line for the Patriots, who have won 3 of the last 4 meetings in Fairfax, but have not beaten their former CAA rivals at all since February 2012. A season ago, the Rams... 

Imagining an A-10 All-Star Game

By News Robot | On Tuesday, February 16th, 2016 - No Comments »

NBA All-Star Weekend has come and gone, but the captivating dunk contest and tributes to Kobe Bryant will not be forgotten anytime soon. When watching the festivities, a thought came to mind: what if the Atlantic 10 conference had an All-Star Weekend of its own? College basketball has a senior All-Star Game on Final Four Friday, but individual conferences do not host such events. While unlikely,... 

Homecoming Preview: Davidson Wildcats

By Alan Kelly | On Friday, February 12th, 2016 - No Comments »
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TV: MASN Radio: GoMason Digital Stream: A10 Network George Mason returns to EagleBank Arena tomorrow at 4 pm to take on the Davidson Wildcats (14-8, 6-5 A10) on Homecoming 2016. The Patriots (8-16, 2-9 A10) will be hoping for good news of Marquise Moore’s injured right ankle, as it’s been a brutal two game stretch without their leading scorer and best perimeter defender. Dave...