Senior Sports Editor Josh Apple

Paul Hewitt talks future of Mason Basketball

Head coach Paul Hewitt held a meet and greet with members of Mason's Patriot Platoon Tuesday evening to discuss men's basketball news and the future of the program. (Jake McLernon).

Hancock given permission to contact other schools, remains undecided

Thursday morning, rumors emerged via Twitter that junior forward Luke Hancock was "expected to transfer."

Hours later, it became clear that the rumor was not entirely accurate.

The rumor began after Brian Mull, a beat writer for UNCW who also covers CAA basketball, Tweeted, “George Mason guard Luke Hancock is expected to transfer. #caahoops.”

Hancock responded with a Tweet of his own yesterday around 2 p.m., saying "Who is brian mull anyways??"

Rumors of Luke Hancock transferring surface

Brian Mull, a beat writer for UNCW who also covers CAA basketball, Tweeted earlier today that “George Mason guard Luke Hancock is expected to transfer. #caahoops.”

As of 11 a.m., Mull has not revealed his sources and it remains speculation.

Maureen Nasser, Associate Athletic Director for George Mason University, said she has no knowledge of Hancock planning to transfer.

Baseball’s Tison owns longest hitting streak in Patriots history

Junior third baseman Brig Tison singled in his final at-bat Sunday against Towson to extend his hitting streak to 26 games, the longest streak in Mason history and the second-longest active streak in the NCAA. (Photo courtesy George Mason Baseball)

Brig Tison is pretty good with a baseball bat in his hands.

Hewitt pinpoints Merten as top reason for joining Patriots

Former Georgia Tech basketball coach Paul Hewitt, now Larranaga's replacement at George Mason, addressed the media Monday afternoon at the Mason Inn. (Jake McLernon)

Tom O'Connor discusses search for Larranaga's replacement

Athletic director Tom O'Connor addressed the media in a press conference last Friday following Larranaga's departure (pictured above). One week later, he held an open forum with members of the Patriot Platoon to discuss the search for a new coach. (John Powell)

Larranaga addresses rumors with 'The Junkies'

After 14 seasons, Jim Larranaga parted ways with the Patriots to start a new journey with Miami. He appeared on 106.7 The Fan to answer questions about the rumors of his decision. (John Powell)

Men’s Lacrosse Club falls just short of advancing

The George Mason Club Lacrosse team went from winless to 9-5 in just one year, and came up one game shy of reaching the 16-team playoff field after losing the play-in game to George Washington over the weekend. (Steven Hascher)

Men’s Club Lacrosse in pursuit of National Championship

Sophomore John Grady, a midfielder and the captain of the squad, took over a struggling Club Lacrosse program and turned it into a legitimate national title contender within a year. (Dr. Scott Wilander)

Washington Nationals improve to 8-7 with weekend sweep

Although the Nationals lack an ace, starting pitcher Livan Hernandez is off to a good start with a record of 2-1 and an ERA of 2.45. The pitching rotation has been a pleasant surprise thus far. (Photo courtesy of Creative Commons, user afagen)