Mason’s potential drew steady winner Paulsen

By News Robot | On Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016 - No Comments »

At Bucknell, coach Dave Paulsen had it rolling. […] Along the way, Paulsen was occasionally invited to discuss openings at higher Division I levels. “Almost every time I said ‘No,’ because I thought it had to be something really special to leave Bucknell,” said Paulsen. Read more: Richmond Time-Dispatch Most people think this post is Awesome!What's your reaction?Awesome ()Interesting ()Useful ()Lame ()Sucks ()WTF? ()  ..

Fordham Rams Preview, Q&A, and Stream Info

By Alan Kelly | On Wednesday, January 20th, 2016 - No Comments »

TV: none Radio: GoMason Digital Stream: A10 (Free) Tonight in the Bronx, George Mason (7-11, 1-4 A10) takes another shot at Fordham (10-6, 1-4 A10), a team which has quickly become something of a nemesis for the Patriots. The Rams are 5-0 all time against the Patriots, with four of those wins coming in the last two seasons. For both teams, the game represents an opportunity to move out of... 

Otis Livingston making the most of his opportunity

By News Robot | On Wednesday, January 13th, 2016 - No Comments »

If there’s anything Otis Livingston II has learned in his first few months as a George Mason freshman and college athlete, it’s that he believes in himself. And the recruiting process made that difficult at times for the former WeR1 standout. At this time last year, Livingston was without a Division-I scholarship offer, a period he called “stressful.” But the point guard waited,... 

Tom O’Connor named interim athletic director at Manhattan

By Alan Kelly | On Monday, January 11th, 2016 - No Comments »

A surprise announcement this morning by the Manhattan College Jaspers, as they named former George Mason athletic director Tom O’Connor as their interim athletic director, effective immediately. O’Connor replaces the outgoing Noah LeFevre, who lasted less than 2 years in the job. Tom O’Connor, former athletic director at George Mason University, Loyola (MD) University, Santa... 

A10 Home Opener: St. Bonaventure Preview and Q&A

By Alan Kelly | On Monday, January 4th, 2016 - No Comments »

TV: MASN / ASN » Find Local Channel Radio: WJFK 106.7 FMGoMason Digital Network Stream: A10 Network Wednesday night at 7pm, George Mason (6-8, 0-1 A10) finally returns to the EagleBank Arena floor for the first time in 15 days. Tomorrow night’s matchup against St. Bonaventure (9-3, 1-0 A10) will also be the home opener of the Patriots 2016 Atlantic 10 conference schedule. Coming... 

Longwood Lancers Preview and Q&A

By Alan Kelly | On Friday, December 18th, 2015 - No Comments »
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TV: None Radio: GoMasonDigital Network Stream: A10 Network Tomorrow evening at 8pm, EagleBank Arena will host the first edition of a new intra-state series, as the Longwood Lancers (3-8) take on George Mason (4-7) for the first time. Longwood made the leap to Division 1 in 2004-05, and joined the Big South Conference for the 2012-13 season. Located in Farmville, Va., Longwood University is... 

James Madison Preview and Q&A

By Alan Kelly | On Saturday, December 12th, 2015 - 1 Comment »

TV: None Radio: GoMason Digital Network Stream (free):MadiZONE This afternoon at 4 pm, George Mason (4-6) makes their first trip to face James Madison (7-3) in Harrisonburg since leaving the CAA in 2013. The long-time rivals renew their series with the Patriots holding a current nine-game winning streak and wins in 19 of the last 20 contests against the Dukes, while Madison still holds a... 

Northern Iowa Preview & Channel Finder

By Alan Kelly | On Tuesday, December 8th, 2015 - No Comments »

TV: CSN+ / SNY / ASN » Find Local Channel Radio: WNEW 99.1;GoMason Digital Network Stream: A10 Network Tonight, George Mason (4-5) looks to build a three-game home winning streak as they host the Panthers of Northern Iowa (5-2) at 7pm at EagleBank Arena and televised nationwide on American Sports Network. In the first game of their Virginia tour, Northern Iowa lost at Richmond on Saturday,... 

Shooting issues bothering Penn early in season

By News Robot | On Friday, December 4th, 2015 - No Comments »

EASTON, Pa. — Penn coach Steve Donahue wants his team to rely on two types of shots: layups and 3-pointers. So far, they’re struggling mightily with one of those two primary options. Heading into Sunday’s contest with Lafayette, a 92-86 defeat, the Quakers (4-2) were one of the worst 3-point shooting teams in the nation, tied with Southeastern Louisiana at 296th with a 28.8 percent... 

Towson Tigers Preview and Q&A

By Alan Kelly | On Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015 - No Comments »

TV: None Radio:WJFK 106.7; WGMU Stream (Free): Towson Sports Network Mason fans have waited almost three years for this opportunity, as the Patriots and the Towson Tigers renew their rivalry tonight at 7pm in Towson, for the first time since George Mason left the CAA in 2013. The Tigers defeated the Patriots in Fairfax in February 2013, ending a 20-game winning streak for the Green and Gold...