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Mason Football is Recruiting

Posted: October 13, 2015

Are you interested in playing football? Well the George Mason Club Football team is actively recruiting players. Look for team members in the Johnson Center with a sign-up table. Get information on team dues and other participation requirements. Mason Football would love to have you participate and support. The season is underway so sign-up and come out and represent George Mason in collegiate contact football!!

It’s Time To Hit The Gym

Posted: July 6, 2015

Alright Patriots, it is time to start preparing for the upcoming season. This is a big year. We as a team and staff have some very important goals. The key to accomplishing those goals starts TODAY – in the gym!! Here is our team summer workout plan. It is ten weeks of hard work that will have you ready to hit the ground running when meet in the Fall. Download the workout here – 2015_football_summer_workout. Call a teammate or two and get to work. If you have any questions, contact your position coach or the club president, Lou LePore.

Club Football Off-Season in Full Swing

Posted: February 18, 2015

The 2015 club football off-season is moving at full pace. The club has elected new officers and they are working closely with the coaching staff to prepare for the upcoming season. Club president, Lou LePore is working with the Club Council to coordinate upcoming club activities. Stay tuned for additional updates.

Returning Players: Please see the attached “2015 Winter Workout” plan. If you have any questions or concerns contact your position coach. Players are encouraged to reach out to other position players to workout together.

Patriots Start 2014 Campaign with 21-0 Shutout of the Lancers

Posted: September 17, 2014

The George Mason Patriots football team defeated the Longwood Lancers this past Saturday in a 21-0 shutout. The Patriots spent the day dominating the Lancers in all three phases of the game. The offense moved the ball. The defense swarmed the ball. The special teams put on a show in the return game. Overall, it was a solid start for the team in their bid to win the Mid-Atlantic Conference title for a second time.

The Patriot’s offense was led by quarterbacks, Matt Sexton and Brandon Woodson, who both threw touchdown passes. Sexton connected with receiver Michael Girdy in the corner of the end zone on a leaping catch over a defender and tight end Anthony Bedward caught a quick pass across the middle for his touchdown. Woodson also connected on a scoring pass to Bedward as well. One of the highlights of the day was Sexton connecting on a 55 yard bomb to senior wide receiver Jasper Willis. The running game was not as dominant as the coaches hoped, but it showed flashes of potential which the Patriots will use their bye week to improve.

The defense dominated Saturday, allowing no scores from Longwood. The Patriots clogged up the running lanes, forcing the Lancers to throw. When they threw, the Patriots smothered them with a pass rush which caused complete disruption of their offense. The Patriots generated three sacks while consistently putting the quarterback under pressure. Sophomore linebacker Bryan Pozo recorded a sack while Manny Willis notched another. Sophomore Ryan Sepulveda added another sack; while the Patriot defense had multiple tackles for loss and only gave up a few big plays.

With a bye week this week, the next game will be at home against long time opponent Williamson Tech on September 27th. Last season, the Patriots lost to Williamson in overtime, 29-22.

Preparing for the 2014 Mason Football Club season

Posted: August 1, 2014

TEAM Meeting: 5:00 pm, August 22, 2014 at the RAC Lobby.  If you are interested please review and complete the following.

Note: There are physicals available via Walk-in Clinics at CVS and Rite Aid.

Who can play?

Any Mason student (6 or more credits – Undergrad, Graduate Students are welcome, must be enrolled) who meets the following requirements:

**Please bring completed physical documents and primary proof of insurance (Insurance Cards)**

The George Mason Football Club is looking for committed Mason students who what to continue to play competitive organized football. Please complete a contact form and a member of the student leadership will contact you directly.