Cam Long

George Mason Patriots #20 - Guard

  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 187

George Mason Basketball Keeps Piling Up Wins Despite Offseason Turmoil


Despite a coaching chance and losing their leading scorer to graduation, George Mason continues to ride high the CAA. How are they doing it?

D.C. College Basketball Preview: Five Predictions For The 2011-12 Season


With the college hoops season beginning, we provide five predictions for some of the big local teams in 2011-12.

CAA Basketball Media Day: Paul Hewitt Says George Mason Can Win A National Title


New George Mason basketball coach Paul Hewitt certainly made a bold statement in an interview with Mike DeCourcy of AOL/Sporting News at the Colonial Athletic Association's media day on Tuesday....

Andre Cornelius Suspended By George Mason Basketball For Credit Card Fraud Charges, According To Report


George Mason has suspended senior point guard Andre Cornelius, according to a statement. A report indicates he has been arrested for credit card fraud.

Mid-Major Morning Mashups: 2011 NBA Draft Redux


Reaction from around the country as another NBA Draft is in the books.

Mid-Major Morning Mashups: Jimmer vs Kemba Is On


The highly anticipated workout meeting once thought dead, is back on at a new location, plus much more.

Luke Hancock To Transfer To Louisville From George Mason, According To Report


Luke Hancock, one of the mainstays on George Mason basketball's first-place CAA team last season, has decided to transfer to Louisville, according to a report by Rick Bozich of the Louisville...

George Mason Hires Paul Hewitt


The Patriots make a surprise move and hire the ex-Georgia Tech coach.

Jim Larranaga Agrees To Become Miami Basketball Head Coach, According To Report


Jim Larranaga has indeed decided to leave George Mason and become the head coach at the University of Miami. CBS Sports' Gary Parrish is reporting that he has agreed to a contract in principle and...

Mid-Major Morning Mashups: Portsmouth Invitational Day 1 Edition


Recap and reaction from day one of the PIT and coaching hires continue in the mid-major world.

George Mason Has Reason To Be Proud, Despite NCAA Tournament Loss


The 2011 George Mason team didn't recapture the NCAA Tournament magic that the 2006 squad did, but on the whole, it was a better team. It was just a victim of bad matchups and an injury at the...

2011 NCAA Basketball Tournament: Buckeyes Thump George Mason, 98-66


When the George Mason Patriots opened their second-round match-up with the Ohio State Buckeyes with an 11-2 run to take an early lead, there were surely thousands of brackets across the nation that...