Author Archives: Natalie Heavren

About Natalie Heavren

I'm Natalie! I'm a Communication major with minors in Sports Analytics and Sport Communication. I have a passion for sports and my favorite way to watch Mason Basketball games is as a member of Green Machine.

Sports in Brief

Men’s Volleyball On April 6, Mason took on Penn State University in a close match, winning three sets to none. In the first set, Mason started with a 7-1 run, before winning the set 25-16. The Patriots finished this set…

“NO, THAT IS A SPORTS TERM”

Sports editor quits after realizing no one else in the office knows what a sport is BY NATALIE HEAVREN, THE UCONN WOMEN ARE NOT BAD FOR BASKETBALL Faux Estate will begin the intergalactic search for a new Sports Editor after,…

A Mason Switcheroo

Green Machine and Mason basketball to switch for one game next year; ‘Doc ‘Nix to head coach BY NATALIE HEAVREN, THE UCONN WOMEN ARE NOT BAD FOR BASKETBALL During one nonconference game in both the men’s and women’s schedules, the…

March Madness: It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year

BY NATALIE HEAVREN, SPORTS EDITOR; DOMENIC ALLEGRA ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR Domenic If you know what college basketball is, you know what March Madness is. I remember watching the first-round games back in my fifth-grade math class, around the time when…

Mason’s Atlantic 10 Tournament Run Ends Friday Afternoon

NATALIE HEAVREN, SPORTS EDITOR After a 61-57 win over George Washington University on Thursday afternoon, Men’s Basketball’s season ended after losing 68-57 Friday afternoon. The Patriots controlled most of the first 16 minutes of their matchup against GW. However, they…

Three Takeaways From Men’s Basketball’s Loss to VCU

BY NATALIE HEAVREN, SPORTS EDITOR Mason fell to 16-14 overall and 10-7 in Atlantic 10 play Tuesday night after losing 71-36 to Virginia Commonwealth University. This was the fewest points the Patriots have scored since 2001. Here are three takeaways…

Sports in Brief

BY NATALIE HEAVREN, SPORTS EDITOR Women’s Basketball Women’s Basketball secured their second winning season in a row for the first time in 15 years with a 68-59 win over Saint Joseph’s University on Feb. 27. After the Hawks controlled the…