George Mason setter Negron named 2018 EIVA Player of Year

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Setter Brian Negron has capped off his final college season with a conference regular season title and now a top individual honor.

Negron was named Tuesday the 2018 Uvaldo Acosta Memorial EIVA Player of the Year and became the third player in George Mason’s program history to earn the conference award. Continue reading “George Mason setter Negron named 2018 EIVA Player of Year”

Bracketology: Team comparisons using selection committee criteria

Five days until Selection Sunday and bracketology numbers remain close among teams vying for the final spots to the NCAA Tournament.

Off the Block has crunched the numbers using the same criteria as the selection committee to show how the top teams in the nation fare against each other in the race for the two at-large bids and NCAA Tournament seeding. Continue reading “Bracketology: Team comparisons using selection committee criteria”

Video: George Mason coach Hosack reacts to winning EIVA regular season title

The EIVA Tournament is heading to George Mason for the first time in more than 20 years.

George Mason rallied to beat Harvard 25-22, 27-29, 25-27, 27-25, 15-11 on Friday in Fairfax, Virginia, to clinch the EIVA regular season championship and home court advantage throughout the upcoming conference tournament. Continue reading “Video: George Mason coach Hosack reacts to winning EIVA regular season title”

Bracketology: Team comparisons using selection committee criteria

Selection Sunday is less than a month away and there still remains a large group of teams in contention for a NCAA Tournament at-large bid, according to the latest Off the Block bracketology.

Off the Block has crunched the numbers using the same criteria as the selection committee to show how the top teams in the nation fare against each other in the race for the two at-large bids and NCAA Tournament seeding. Continue reading “Bracketology: Team comparisons using selection committee criteria”

Bracketology: Team comparisons using selection committee criteria

Almost one month until Selection Sunday and 11 teams remain under NCAA Tournament consideration, according to the latest Off the Block bracketology.

Off the Block has crunched the numbers using the same criteria as the selection committee to show how the top teams in the nation fare against each other in the race for the two at-large bids and NCAA Tournament seeding. Continue reading “Bracketology: Team comparisons using selection committee criteria”