Which venue in the Atlantic 10 is the most difficult to steal a win from? Cast your vote.
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13L 66-53
- 11/16L 69-60
- 11/19W 68-62
- 11/20W 71-68
- 11/226L 83-66
- 11/25L 69-67
- 11/28W 66-39
- 12/2L 75-54
- 12/5W 63-44
- 12/8L 73-65
- 12/12L 69-46
- 12/19W 75-70
- 12/22W 71-60
- 1/2L 71-47
- 1/6L 77-58
- 1/9L 81-75
- 1/13L 87-73
- 1/17W 92-79
- 1/20L 73-62
- 1/22L 86-75
- 1/31L 76-70
- 2/3W 78-74
- 2/624L 98-64
- 2/9L 81-63
- 2/13W 60-59
- 2/17L 79-77
- 2/21L 70-64
- 2/24W 76-69
- 2/27L 76-68
- 3/1L 74-52
- 3/5W 83-73
- 3/9L 83-78
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Dayton and VCU are the class of the Atlantic 10 these days. Opponents don't want to play either, really. But whose place is harder to visit? Our rankings of A-10 venues answer the question.
Dayton's Archie Miller has already turned down offers from some bigger programs. Is he waiting for a specific job to open? And how much time will Travis Ford have to make Saint Louis relevant?
Dave Paulsen, who helped put George Mason "back on firm footing," was rewarded with an extra year on his contract, the university said Wednesday.
Syracuse's unlikely run to Final Four
Syracuse is the only team since 1985 to enter the NCAA tourney on a 3-game losing streak and reach the Final Four, according to Elias. History tells us the Orange are due for a loss.
Ten years on from George Mason's Final Four run, the true legacy of that squad is the belief it gave the underdog teams that followed it onto the big stage.
Syracuse could become a giant killer
When No. 10 seed Syracuse meets No. 1 seed Virginia (6:09 p.m. ET), the Orange will try to become the fourth double-digit seed in NCAA tournament history to knock off a No. 1 seed.
Marcus Bartley scored a career-high 24 points and Saint Louis beat George Mason 83-78 in the opener of the Atlantic 10 Conference tournament on Wednesday night.
Otis Livingston II was perfect on five 3-pointers and scored 21 points, Shevon Thompson tallied 16 points and 17 rebounds, and George Mason erupted for 54 points in the second half to topple Rich
Kevin Larsen and Patricio Garino both scored 17 points and George Washington cruised over George Mason 74-52 on Tuesday night.
Jordan Price had four 3-pointers and 24 points, and La Salle snapped a two-game losing streak on Saturday with a 76-68 win over George Mason.
Shevon Thompson scored 17 with 12 rebounds, and Jalen Jenkins had 16 points on 6-of-6 shooting to help George Mason beat VCU 76-69 Wednesday night.
Jabarie Hinds scored 17 points with 6-for-12 shooting to lead Massachusetts to a 70-64 win over George Mason on Sunday.
Jermaine Bishop had 20 points Wednesday night and scored the game-winning jumper with five seconds left in overtime to lift Saint Louis over George Mason 79-77.
Jalen Jenkins' putback with 1.9 seconds left capped a 9-2 run that gave George Mason a 60-59 win over Davidson on Saturday.
Four McGlynn hit six 3-pointers and finished with 25 points to help Rhode Island beat George Mason 81-63 Tuesday night.
Charles Cooke scored 24 points to lead five Dayton players in double figures and the No. 24 Flyers never trailed after the opening minutes in a 98-64 victory over George Mason on Saturday night.
Jaire Grayer scored 20 points and Otis Livingston II added 18 as George Mason held on to beat Richmond 78-74 Wednesday night.
Kevin Larsen scored six points and grabbed two key rebounds in the final three minutes, and George Washington beat George Mason 76-70 on Sunday.
Micah Mason scored 23 points to lead three Duquesne players in double figures Friday as the Dukes beat George Mason 86-75.
Antwoine Anderson scored 23 points, Christian Sengfelder 16 and Fordham held off George Mason 73-62 Wednesday night to snap a three-game losing streak.
Marquise Moore had 22 points and 10 rebounds to help George Mason beat Saint Louis 92-79 on Sunday for its first road win of the season.