Mason baseball ends 10-game losing streak with 4-2 win over Towson

It was a great day to be a Patriot on Saturday when George Mason University took on Towson University.

The Patriots (13-22, 5-12 CAA) were able to put their 10-game losing streak behind them as the offense finally came alive, propelling the struggling squad to a 4-2 victory over Towson.

The Tigers (18-17, CAA 8-6) fought hard all game, until giving up four runs in the bottom of the eighth. Starting pitcher Paul Beers threw a gem of a game for 7 strong innings until Mason’s pitcher-catcher tandem of Anthony Montefusco and Patrick Esposito got the best of him.

Towson assembles seven-run sixth inning to hold off Mason, 10-6

The weather was warm, but the bats stayed cold at Spuhler Field on Friday for the first game of George Mason University’s three-game series against Towson University.

Towson (18-16, 8-5 CAA) executed their small-ball approach almost perfectly, taking advantage of a seemingly disorganized Mason defense, for a 10-6 victory.

The Patriots (12-22, 4-12 CAA) lost control of the game in the sixth, giving up an onslaught of seven runs. Despite a three hit, two double performance from junior right fielder Josh Leemhuis, Mason continued to struggle at the plate.

Despite late rally, Patriots drop last home game to Towson, 85-81 in OT

In the final home game of the season, senior walk-on Bryce Lewis was celebrated. The George Mason University men's basketball team showed resiliency but couldn't hold off the Towson Tigers in a 85-81 overtime loss Tuesday night.

Mason men's volleyball opens EIVA play with a 3-1 win against nemesis Princeton


The George Mason University Patriots men's volleyball team opened up their Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association season with a 3–1 win against the Princeton Tigers at home. The Patriots came out fighting in the first half, winning the first set 25-21, and they wouldn't look back from there.

Wright's 24 points helps Mason men's basketball topple second-ranked Towson

The Mason men's basketball team toppled the Colonial Athletic Association second-ranked Towson University Tigers, 77-67 Wednesday night in Towson, Md. 

With the help of junior guard Sherrod Wright's game-high 24 points---his tenth 20 point game of this season---the Patriots opened the game on a hot offensive start, finishing the first half with 41 points while shooting 50 percent from the floor. 

[PREVIEW] Mason travels to Towson to face the surprising second-ranked Tigers

When the official 2012-2013 game schedule was announced before the start of the season, the Towson matchup seemed like an easy win and a game that the George Mason University men’s basketball team would surely take lightly. After all, the Tigers have been abysmal over the past few seasons, finishing in the cellar of the Colonial Athletic Association. At this point in the season, however, the Tigers are 10-10, 5-2 in conference competition and ranked in the CAA. When Mason travels to face the Tigers Wednesday night at 7 p.m. they need to take them seriously.