FAIRFAX, Va. – Road trips to Florida, North Carolina, Philadelphia and the Bronx highlight the 2015 George Mason baseball schedule as the Patriots set out to defend their Atlantic 10 Conference tournament championship.
The Patriots will once again head south to begin the season, this time traveling to Port Charlotte, FL for three games in the Snowbird Classic. Mason opens 2015 against Big 10 member Ohio State on February 13 and will also play Iowa on the 15th. Both teams finished in a regular season tie for seventh in the conference last season. Sandwiched in-between is a contest with Kansas State on the 14th. Continue reading
Texas A&M 7 George Mason 3
HOUSTON, Texas – The Texas A&M Aggies kept their season alive with a 7-3 win over the George Mason Patriots in an elimination game at the NCAA Houston Regional at Reckling Park. Continue reading
Texas 8 Texas A&M 1
HOUSTON — Nathan Thornhill pitched seven strong innings, Texas put up seven runs in the first three innings and the No. 2 seed Longhorns (39-18) defeated No. 3 seed Texas A&M (33-25) 8-1 Friday afternoon at Reckling Park in the opening round of the Houston Regional. Continue reading
The Rice Owls are hosting an NCAA Regional this weekend with intrastate rivals Texas and Texas A&M joining with George Mason to round out the regional. Continue reading
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NEWPORT NEWS, VA – Reigning champion Saint Louis has been picked atop the 2014 Atlantic 10 Conference Baseball Preseason Coaches Poll.
SLU received 11 of the 12 first-place votes for 143 points. VCU nabbed the remaining first-place nod and a total of 122 points which was good for second-place, two points better than Rhode Island which placed third. Richmond was slotted in fourth-place with 104 points, followed by the A-10’s newest member George Mason in fifth with 90 points.
Saint Joseph’s (81 pts.) and George Washington (68 pts.) finished in sixth and seventh place, respectively, followed by La Salle (60 pts.), Fordham (43 pts.), Dayton (40 pts.), Massachusetts (36 pts.) and St. Bonaventure (29 pts.). Continue reading
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RICHMOND, Va. (January 23, 2013) – UNCW, which captured its third CAA baseball championship in the past nine years last season, has been picked to win the conference title again in 2013 according to a vote of the league’s head baseball coaches.
The Seahawks received five first-place votes and finished atop the poll with 75 points. Hofstra picked up three first-place votes and was second with 69 points. James Madison was chosen third with 62 points and Delaware got two first-place votes and was fourth with 57 points. George Mason placed fifth in the voting, followed by Old Dominion, William & Mary, Towson, Northeastern and Georgia State. Continue reading
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RICHMOND, Va. (January 26, 2012) – James Madison, which captured the CAA baseball championship for the second time in four years last season, has been picked to win the conference title again in 2012 according to a vote of the CAA’s head baseball coaches. Continue reading
Here is your ACC Recap for April 27th.
#15 North Carolina 5 #29 East Carolina 4
GREENVILLE, N.C. – Carolina was down to its final out Wednesday night against No. 29 East Carolina in Greenville, N.C. but staged a dramatic comeback in the top of the ninth inning to take a 5-4 win over the Pirates. Jesse Wierzbicki came through with the clutch hit driving in a pair of runs when he singled to left with two down in the ninth. Carolina will have the next five days off for exams before returning home to take on Gardner-Webb on Tuesday, May 3. Continue reading
Here is your ACC Recap for March 30th.
Rhode Island 4 Boston College 0
KINGSTON, R.I. – Junior pitcher Anthony Pisani recorded a career-high nine strikeouts as the Rhode Island baseball team posted its first shutout of the season in a 4-0 victory over Boston College on Wednesday afternoon. Pisani allowed just four hits over seven innings and issued zero walks to pick up his second win in as many appearances. Continue reading