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George Mason to scrimmage Richmond October 30th

George Mason Basketball: George Mason to scrimmage Richmond October 30th

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

George Mason to scrimmage Richmond October 30th

Just received an email update from assistant coach Eric Konkol that Mason will travel to Richmond October 30 for a scrimmage. For the past couple of seasons Mason has had a "closed scrimmage" against Georgetown, meaning no one but the coaches and players could be there to watch. Perhaps the team sought out a new opponent for this preseason tune-up considering they could end up playing Georgetown in the Charleston Classic this November, but I could be reading too much into it. Either way I'm sure neither team wanted the other coaching staff to get a preseason look at their teams for this upcoming season just in case. Richmond had a great season last year making the NCAA tournament (#7 seed) and winning 26 games.  They have one of the best guards in the country in Kevin Anderson and will be an excellent team for the coaching staff to evaluate players against before the season begins.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Richmond is an excellent team to scrimmage, I've seen Kevin Anderson play and he will give our guards an excellent test

9:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can fans watch the Richmond scrimmage or is it closed too?

7:29 AM  
Blogger Ryan said...

No, it's a closed scrimmage. Hopefully the players will tweet about it :)

8:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i hope the mason players will tweet about this scrimmage since i a mason student and fan can't be there because it is a closed scrimmage.

4:06 PM  

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