jump to example.com
newsletter linked in
Tag: fairfax va


George Mason basketball adds Bucknell assistant Aaron Kelly to staff

Head men’s basketball coach Dave Paulsen announced that Aaron Kelly will join him on the Patriots bench as an assistant coach.


Ken Plum: A hundred fifty years ago

The first person I ever knew who wrote a weekly newspaper column was a teacher in the high school I attended who wrote a column during the period 1961-1965 entitled, “A Hundred Years Ago: The Civil War Day By Day.”


George Mason basketball coach Paul Hewitt will not return for 2015-16 season

George Mason University Director of Athletics Brad Edwards announced today that men’s basketball coach Paul Hewitt will not return to coach the 2015-16 season.


Zombro controls Manhattan in 3-1 George Mason baseball victory

Sophomore Tyler Zombro delivered seven and one-third strong innings as the George Mason baseball team improved to 5-8 in the 3-1 victory over Manhattan College (2-11) on Friday.


Long ball powers George Mason baseball past Delaware

The George Mason baseball team used homeruns from Kent Blackstone, Nick Gallo and Tyler Nelin and six innings from Tyler Zombro for a 12-4 victory over Delaware on Friday afternoon.


Petersen’s Homeowners Bill of Rights passes General Assembly

Sen. Chap Petersen’s Homeowners Bill of Rights passed the House of Delegates unanimously today, the bill now moves to the Governor’s desk.


George Mason men’s basketball falls to Rhode Island

George Mason cut its deficit to single digits in the second half, but could not complete the comeback, falling to first-place Rhode Island Saturday afternoon, 71-56, in the Patriot Center.


Fordham defeats George Mason men’s basketball, 70-68

Fordham sank 11 three-pointers to defeat George Mason men’s basketball, 80-68, Wednesdaynight in the Patriot Center. Shevon Thompson notched his 14th double-double of the season with 19 points and 10 rebounds.


George Mason edges Richmond in overtime, 71-67

The George Mason men’s basketball team topped off Homecoming 2015 with an overtime victory over Richmond Saturday in the Patriot Center, defeating the Spiders 71-67.


R.E. Lee alum Tyler Zombro solid in George Mason baseball opener

The George Mason baseball team (0-1) took a 3-2 lead into the bottom of the ninth inning, however the Ohio State Buckeyes (1-0) were able to tack on the two runs they needed as they won 4-3 on Friday evening.


George Mason falls to Davidson on the road, 92-71

Davidson opened the contest with an 8-0 run and never looked back, defeating George Mason men’s basketball, 92-71, in John M. Belk Arena.

jesse matthew

Jesse Matthew charged with first-degree murder in Hannah Graham case

Jesse Matthew has been indicted for first-degree murder in the disappearance and death of second-year UVA student Hannah Graham. Albemarle County Commonwealth’s Attorney Denise Lunsford confirmed the indictment in a press conference in Charlottesville on Tuesday.


Saint Joseph’s holds on for 58-54 win over George Mason

Patrick Holloway cut it to a one possession game with six seconds left to play, but Saint Joseph’s held on with a final free throw as Corey Edwards’ final three-point attempt hit the iron ending a 58-54 SJU victory over George Mason in Hagan Arena Saturday.


Strong second half leads No. 18 VCU past George Mason, 70-62

The George Mason men’s basketball team led at the halftime break, but No. 18 VCU outscored the Patriots 40-26 in the second half to take a 72-60 victory Wednesday night.


Shooting troubles stifle George Mason basketball at Duquesne

The George Mason men’s basketball team shot just 25.8 percent from the field Saturday night, dropping a 62-53 decision at Duquesne.