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The George Mason Men’s Rugby Club hosted JMU on Saturday morning in their first match of the season. Alex Lehman, Andrew Bodamer, and Shane Nilame all scored for Mason in what proved to be very close match. Mason demonstrated great team play, but JMU was able to pull off the victory with a final score of 22-19. Mason will host their next home match on October 12th as part of alumni weekend.



Immediately following the men's game, the Mason Women’s Rugby Club hosted Georgetown University on Field 4. In what would be an extremely hot afternoon, the women were able to hold off a late run by Georgetown to secure the 34-31 victory. Britney Aiken scored twice and Piper Jefferson added a third score for the women.
Please contact masonwomensrugbyclub@gmail.com for more information on how to join. @gmu_womensrugby


The Women’s Ice Hockey Club celebrated their first official club victory on Friday evening after defeating George Washington University by the score of 6-5. Sophomore Mimi Grove tallied 5 goals and Caroline Morrow added a goal for Mason in route to a 1-0 start for the newly formed club. For more information on how to get involved, please contact: wgmuicehockey@gmail.com.

Mason with a 6-5 victory of George Washington on Friday night. @wgmuicehockey


The Mason Men’s Ice Hockey Club hosted Stevenson University on Friday evening at the Prince William Ice Center in what would be a long night for the men. Mason entered the contest shorthanded following the loss of Cameron Helfeldt for the season. Stevenson would take advantage of Mason's lack of depth in route to a 6-1 victory. Despite the lack of scoring, the Power Play was an area Mason found to be successful and will look to improve upon as they travel to Lehigh University on Saturday.


It was a busy weekend for the Mason Men's Soccer Club as they played host to Carnegie Mellon University and Georgetown University. Mason found themselves in fairly even match on Saturday morning with Carnegie Mellon in what would end in a 3-3 tie. The men would look to rebound on Sunday, but were met with a very fresh Georgetown team that would take a 3-0 win from Mason. The club will look for a little revenge this weekend and grab their first win of the season as they travel to Georgetown on Saturday. The club will return home on Sunday host George Washington University at 10 AM on RAC Field.


The Mason Women’s Club Soccer team hosted Salisbury University and The Naval Academy on Saturday as part round-robin play. Under the guidance of their new coach, Mason would finish game 1 in a 2-2 tie against Salisbury before coming out red hot for their afternoon game. In game-2 Mason fought their way to a 4-1 victory against NAVY, moving their overall record to 1-1-2 on the season. Jordan Brown was named player of the match for Mason due her outstanding display sportsmanship and effort throughout the afternoon.



Mason Club Football opened their 2019 season on Saturday night with a strong showing against the Spartans of UNC – Greensboro in route to a 32-24 victory on RAC Field. Quarterback Basil Hassan was able to rally the offense and overcome a 12-0 1st quarter deficit. Hassan connected with Steven Regensburg, Adam Abu-Jamous, and NCFA two-time All- American (WR) Willie Marrow to spark the comeback for Mason. Marrow would finish the game with 3 receiving touchdowns on the night.
President, Jack Reigal (LB) and freshman Basil Hassan (QB) received “player of the game” honors for their outstanding leadership and performance. The club will travel to Williamson Tech on Saturday as they look to extend their record to 2-0.

The club is always looking to add new and experienced players. Feel free to contact the club at: gmuclubfootball@gmail.com


The Trap & Skeet Club traveled to the University of Maryland Saturday to compete in the Sporting Clay Shoot at the Prince George County Trap & Skeet Center. Mason club members Grant Breem and Adam Bradford scored 81/100 for the event.


The Mason Running Club traveled to Washington D.C. on Saturday to compete in the D.C. Invitational Cross-Country race at Kenilworth Park. Danielle Martinez led the way for Mason as she was able to fight the heat and 100+ runners to finish 16th overall in the women's 6k. On the men's side, Mason entered 5 runners in the 8k race scheduled for 12pm. David Blakeslee was the top performer for the men on the afternoon, finishing 15th out of 90+runners. The club will look to build upon their recent success as they travel to Penn State University this weekend. @MasonRunningClub

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