I'd like to personally thank everyone that participated in our first donor drive in years! We raised over double the amount that we set as a goal. You guys are awesome! This money helps to fuel much needed upgrades around here - and also includes monthly server costs and software licenses. We are excited for the future and your donations ensure that there will be a place to talk about George Mason basketball (among other things) for seasons to come! - The Management



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"FAIRFAX, Va. - The George Mason softball team (3-11) fell twice in their final two games of the Patriot Classic on Sunday at the George Mason Softball Complex. The Patriots fell to Radford (11-3) in five innings in the matinee game by a score of 14-0 and dropped the final game of day to Delaware (14-4) 4-2.

In the first contest, the Patriots started off the game with a leadoff walk by junior Meghan Graham. After the first batter, Mason did not earn a hit throughout the five innings.

A six-run fifth inning by the Highlanders closed the game out for Radford, who won all five of their contests over the weekend.

In the afternoon game, the Patriots and the Blue Hens were deadlocked at zero for the first five innings. Delaware eventually scored four runs in the top of the sixth to take a late-game lead.

Mason scored two runs in the final two innings but it was too little too late, suffering their 11th loss of the season."
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"Fairfax, Va. – George Mason Assistant Vice President/Director of Athletics Brad Edwards today announced that head softball coach Joe Verbanic has stepped down from his position after 16 seasons.

Verbanic compiled an overall record of 294-469 (.385), including a 7-12 record in the 2020 shortened season.

'It is after much prayer and thought that I believe, with all my heart, that the time has come for a new direction in my life as I resign from my position at George Mason,' Verbanic said. 'I am thankful for the opportunity God provided 16 seasons ago. I express my sincerest gratitude and appreciation to all the players, coaches and colleagues who made it all possible and have been there through it all. You will always be in my heart. I thank you all and expect great things.'"

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