Tag: #MensBasketball

Breaking Down The Men’s 2018-2019 Nonconference Schedule

Tough opponents stand in the way of Mason’s chances of an NCAA tournament bid BY DOMENIC ALLEGRA ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR The nonconference schedule that awaits the Patriots this year is one of the hardest-hitting schedules Mason has had to face in…

“WE WANT TO MAKE IT TO THE NCAA TOURNAMENT”

BY DOMENIC ALLEGRA ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR With the addition of University of Virginia (UVA) center Jarred Reuter, as well as the addition of three new freshmen, Mason looks to move forward this year after last year’s step back. According to the…

Gold Rush

Mason fans prepare for 2018-2019 basketball season with on-campus festivities BY MANSUR SHAHEEN STAFF WRITER Mason basketball kicks off this week when the women’s and men’s teams begin their season with a doubleheader on Tuesday, Nov. 6, at EagleBank Arena. Festivities…

Sports in Brief

BY NATALIE HEAVREN SPORTS EDITOR Men’s Soccer Men’s soccer shut out the University of Rhode Island (URI) Wednesday night, collecting a 2-0 victory over a team who came into the game with a RPI ranking of 19. URI played the…

Sports In Brief

BY NATALIE HEAVREN SPORTS EDITOR Men’s Soccer Men’s soccer improved to 3-2 in conference play and 5-6 overall. As of late Wednesday night, the Patriots are tied with St. Louis for fourth in the Atlantic 10. Tunde Akinlosotu, Colin Brezniak Pablo…

Jaire Grayer: A True Patriot At Heart

On and off the court Grayer exceeds expectations as a player and a man of his community BY KIM BARTENFELDER STAFF WRITER Tackling his senior year, Jaire Grayer could not be more on top of his game. As a guard for…

Sports broadcast schedule: week of March 6

George Mason University sports broadcast schedule Monday, March 6– Sunday, March 12   Monday 6 Tuesday  7 Wednesday 8 Thursday 9 Friday 10 Saturday 11 Sunday 12 No Broadcasts Men’s Baseball vs. Radford 2:30 p.m. on MCN and WGMU Men’s…

What’s to come for Mason basketball?

Ben Criswell, staff writer In Coach Dave Paulsen’s first year at Mason, the Patriots finished with an 11-21 record, 5-13 in conference. This was a slight improvement from the 2015 campaign, when the Patriots ended the season with nine wins. Still, the…