Schedules and information about masons athletic teams

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Unformatted text preview: three NCAA tournaments, including a memorable trip to the 2006 NCAA Final Four; men’s track earned six All-American honors; women’s swimming and diving claimed four All-American awards in the NCAA championships; and men’s swimming produced a twotime All-American. The 2009 baseball team set a Division I school record for wins (42) and earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, and in 2005 the Patriots had the Baseball National Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Women’s volleyball won its eighth CAA title in 2009 and competed in the NCAA championships for the seventh time. Men’s soccer earned two NCAA tournament bids and were CAA champions in 2008. Wrestling crowned two CAA champions and had seven qualifiers for the NCAA Tournament. Men’s volleyball made two EIVA championship apprearances, and women’s lacrosse earned the most school wins in history and its highest ranking ever in 2008. In 1985, the women’s soccer team won the NCAA championship, and in 1996, the men’s indoor track and field team won the NCAA championship. Intercollegiate Sports Offerings Men Baseball Basketball Cross Country Golf Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field Soccer Swimming and Diving Tennis Volleyball Wrestling Women Basketball Cross Country Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field Lacrosse Rowing Soccer Softball Swim...
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This document was uploaded on 03/01/2014 for the course CRIM 475 at George Mason.

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