Fourth Estate Print Sports Editor Hau Chu

Women's soccer reflects on first season in A-10

The Mason women’s soccer team was relaxed but focused as they started practice the day before leaving for Philadelphia for their last two games of the regular season.

The team was getting ready to take on Saint Joseph’s University and La Salle University, two Atlantic 10 opponents. While the team entered the weekend having won four of their last five games, the season had not come without its share of struggles.

Fairfax native reflects on Mason swimming career

For some college athletes, it can be tough to put aside personal goals and to place the team before themselves.

After an acclaimed high school career, senior swimmer Joey Kelly had to put his role on Mason’s swim team and his passion for swimming in perspective after falling short of personal goals.

Arguments for and against the redskins name change

While Congress may have ended the government shutdown and resolved the debt ceiling crisis, one debate in the D.C. area seems nowhere near a solution: the argu­ment of whether the Washington Redskins should change their name.

The debate about the Redskins name stems from the issue of whether Redskins is a racial slur toward Native Americans or simply an 80-year old nickname that symbolizes pride and celebrates the tradition of Native Americans.

Mason Athletics and Mason Cable Network to begin live stream game coverage

Mason Cable Network and Mason’s athletic department reached an agreement to begin streaming live broadcasts of all home athletic games beginning in October with men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball. The first official collaborative broadcast will be on Oct. 4 when Mason’s women’s volleyball team plays host to Saint Louis University. 

Kappa Sigma brother represents fraternity in Richmond NASCAR race

For most kids growing up, you learn to crawl before you learn to walk. Mason senior Ryan Ellis, meanwhile, took to four wheels before he took to two feet.

“When most kids were sleeping with teddy bears, I would sleep with toy cars and toy motorcycles,” Ellis said. “I used to crawl up to my Power Wheels and drive that around before I could actually walk. My whole life I have wanted to be a race car driver and nothing else.”