C2M Contributor Joey McDermott

Ozil United claims Spring Intramural Soccer Championship

The Men’s All-Campus Game itself was rather uneventful as Ozil United was crowned champion after Pike A, the winners of the IFC Bracket, simply forfeited.  However, the champion’s path to the All-Campus game was a rather stunning feat.

Dream team takes A-League, Stacking Cake takes B-League in Spring 4v4 Flag Football

In Spring 4v4 Flag Football Post-Season Tournament, the Men’s A-League Championship went to No. 3 seed Dream Team after dispatching the No. 5 seed FAF, 48-22, in the finals.

Intramurals, Rec Sports department to transition to University Life

George Mason University’s Intramural and Recreational Sports programs are currently under the school’s Athletics Department; however it will be making the move to the University Life department in the near future. Although the exact date for the transition is uncertain, it will happen by July 1.

The Intramural and Recreational Sports Assistant Director, Paul Bazzano, was unsure of where the idea of the move originally came from, but was confident stating that, “The move has been in the works for a while.”

Pike A claims Intramural Basketball title in stunning finale

With a crowd of at least a hundred people, Pike A, winner of the IFC Playoffs, and Team TreeHouse, winner of the Men’s A League playoffs, prepared to square off against each other to decide who would be crowned this year’s Men’s A League All-Campus Champions.

Lady's Volleyball falls at home to American

Sophomore Lana Zonjic and the Lady Patriots fought hard Wednesday night, but ultimately fell short against American. They will conclude their non-conference schedule this weekend when they compete in the Thunder Invitational (Joey McDermott).

Mason Baseball beats Dukes with offensive explosion to open series Friday

Starting pitcher T.J. O'Grady led his squad to a 9-5 victory Friday afternoon against the JMU Dukes in the first of a three-game series. (John Powell)

The George Mason Baseball team defeated the nation’s top offense, the Dukes of James Madison, 9-5, taking the first game of their three-game home series Friday afternoon.