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Alumni News

1 year ago

The Mason Athletic Department and Athletic Boosters recognize the following Mason Alumni:

  • Ahmed Elzamzami, Class of 2017, Cross Country/Track and Field, Christopher Newport University
  • Victoria Marie Addo-Ashong, Class of 2016, Volleyball, Pomona College
  • Corinne Carson, Class of 2016, Soccer, Mary Washington University
  • Julia Ferris, Class of 2016, Softball, United States Coast Guard Academy
  • Melissa Johnson, Class of 2016, Soccer, Mt. Holyoke College
  • Raheem Lawal, Class of 2016, Soccer, George Mason University
  • Logan Nesson, Class of 2016, Baseball, Brandeis University
  • Dmontae Noble, Class of 2016, Rugby, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
  • Mariam Salakaia, Class of 2016, Tennis, Cornell University
  • Samsu Sallah, Class of 2016, Soccer, Christopher Newport University
  • Miller Surrette, Class of 2016, Swim, United States Naval Academy
  • Robert Tartt, Class of 2016, Basketball, Marymount University
  • Noah Anderson, Class of 2016, Baseball, University of Rochester
  • Christopher Meador, Class of 2015, Baseball, Virginia Tech
  • Davis Hagigh, Class of 2015, Football, Elon University
  • Ava Roth, Class of 2015, Soccer, Lehigh University
  • Paul Darmstadter, Class of 2014, Case Western Reserve University
  • Stephanie Cheney, Class of 2013, Basketball, University of Pennsylvania
  • Henry Darmstadter, Class of 2013, Football, Georgetown University
  • Max Kaplow, Class of 2012, Baseball, George Washington University
  • Stephen Lubnow, Class of 2012, Football, College of William and Mary
  • Nate Ogle, Class of 2012, Basketball, Juniata College
  • Danny Seidita, Class of 2012, Wrestling, Williams College
  • Leah Roth, Class of 2012, Soccer, University of Mary Washington
  • PJ Anderson, Class of 2011, Baseball, Football, McDaniel College
  • Violet Miller, Class of 2011, Soccer, University of Richmond
  • Elle Silverman, Class of 2011, Soccer, Grinnell College
  • Hannah Walker, Class of 2011, Soccer, Macalester College
  • Tyler Back, Class of 2011, Soccer, University of Mary Washington and Oregon State University
  • Nick Smirniotopolous, Class of 2010, Soccer, Virginia Tech
  • Tyler Roth, Class of 2010, Baseball, Millersville University and Marymount University
  • Chantal Thomas, Class of 2010, Basketball, Christopher Newport University
  • Nicole Mitchell, Class of 2010, Basketball,  Christopher Newport University
  • David Ray, Class of 2009, Wrestling, Drexel University
  • Susanna Sullivan, Class of 2008, Cross Country and Track & Field, Notre Dame University
  • Michael Straub, Class of 2008, Baseball, University of Mary Washington
  • Olivia Scott, Class of 2008, Soccer, Messiah College
  • Alex Prewitt, Class of 2008, Baseball, Tufts University
  • Byron Mendenhall, Class of 2007, Baseball, Randolph Macon College
  • Katie Turner, Class of 2006, Soccer, College of Charleston
  • Jimmy Piscopo, Class of 2007, Baseball, Randolph Macon College
  • Ben Zorn, Class of 2007, Football, San Jose State University
  • Austin Lucas, Class of 2007, Football, University of San Diego
  • Cody Roden-Reynolds, Class of 2007, Football, Furman University
  • Ryan Larcamp, Class of 2007, Football, Salisbury College
  • Sean Nannery, Class of 2006, Soccer, Mars Hill University
  • Travis Greene, Class of 2006, Football, Elon University
  • Nick Pitas, Class of 2006, Wrestling, American University
  • Paul Mene, Class of 2006, Baseball, Union College
  • John Sullivan, Class of 2005, Cross Country, Wrestling, Track & Field, Rose-Hulman College
  • Josiah Larson, Class of 2005, Soccer, Mars Hill University
  • Andrew Montgomery, Class of 2004, Cross Country and Track & Field, Virginia Tech University
  • Luisa Fairfax, Class of 2004, Cross Country and Track & Field, Rose-Hulman College
  • Evan Hamme, Class of 2004, Basketball, Franklin & Marshall College
  • Peter Dittmar, Class of 2004, Soccer, Barton College
  • Becky Roa, Class of 2004, Soccer, Mars Hill University
  • Allison Penland, Class of 2004, Soccer, University of Tampa
  • Alex Fatovic, Class of 2004, Soccer, Long Island University
  • Melissa Womble, Class of 2004, Cross Country and Track &Field, University of South Alabama
  • Colin Nannery, Class of 2003, Longwood University and Mars Hill University
  • Dominic Clark, Class of 2003, Wrestling, Fresno State
  • Brian Coleman, Class of 2002, Ice Hockey, Holy Cross University
  • Ben Griffin, Class of 2002, Soccer, Southern Virginia University
  • Joey Cohe, Class of 2002, Wrestling, Army
  • Bobby Penland, Class of 2001, Soccer and Golf, Dickinson College
  • Beau Fay, Class of 2001, Track & Field, University of Maryland
  • Greg Jacobs, Class of 1999, Wrestling, Muhlenberg College
  • Eddie Jordan, Class of 1997, Baseball, Geroge Mason University
  • Michael Greene, Class of 1996, Football, University of Virginia
  • Jeff Anderson, Class of 1993, Football, Hampden Sydney College

Alumni News

9 years ago

Andrew Montgomery - Virginia Tech

The Roth Report
May 8, 2008

By Bill Roth

There aren't a lot of athletics events going on during the first couple of weeks of May, but here are some of the more important items of note the past couple of weeks that pertain to Tech athletics:


One of the real highlights of the year is the annual All-Sports Banquet at Virginia Tech, which was held last week. Each spring, Tech student athletes attend this semi-formal event - the ladies in dresses, the guys in coat and tie - to honor the top academic and athletic honorees for each Tech team. More than 600 people were in attendance at this year's event and among the most remarkable achievements were the 4.0 grade-point averages attained by 10 Tech athletes. Abby Barney and Stephanie Jones (women's swimming), Laura Haskins (women's basketball), Jeff Beyer (football), Ignaci Roca (men's tennis), Andrew Montgomery (men's track and field), Kelly Phillips (women's track and field), Megan Caligiuri (video), Cathy Jansen and Jen Albrecht (volleyball) all recorded perfect 4.0 grade-point averages for the 2007 calendar year. The dedication these kids put into their studies and their teams is remarkable.

BLACKSBURG, Va., May 20, 2008 -- Ever think of using a shipping pallet around the house? Andrew Montgomery of Falls Church, Va., a fifth-year architecture student in Virginia Tech's School of Architecture + Design, did. He designed a chair with a single shipping pallet and it won the Green Stewardship Award from Design Within Reach, a company that sells fully licensed furniture classics by major designers.

Montgomery's chair was on display in April in the Modern + Design + Function exhibition of innovative furniture by emerging designers in Design Within Reach studios in Washington, D.C.

Alumni News

10 years ago

'07 Grad Mendenhall Named National Pitcher of the Week in D3 Baseball

Youth was served this week as slugging outfielder Steve DeBarberie of Alvernia and two-game winner Bryon Mendenhall of Randolph-Macon have been named the sixth National Hitter and Pitcher of the Week in the NCAA Division III for the week of March 31-April 6, 2008, as chosen by members of the NCBWA.

Mendenhall, collected two wins for the Yellow Jackets and did not allow a single run, striking out 14 in 12 innings while scattering 11 hits with three walks. On Monday, he started and picked up a win over Emory and Henry after scattering six hits and walking just one batter while striking out nine in his seven innings on the bump. On Saturday against Washington and Lee, he went five innings, allowing just five hits and no runs, while striking out five and walking two. Mendenhall, who improved to 5-0 on the season, was named the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week.

Alumni News

10 years ago

Byron Mendenhall '07 Named ODAC Pitcher of the Week

Former Mustang standout Byron Mendenhall '07 earns ODAC baseball honors, follow the link and click player/pitcher of the week honors to read more. 

http://odac.bridgewater.edu/spring/base/default.html

Alumni News

6 years ago

Former Mason Pitcher Excelling on Next Level

Sophomore pitcher Michael Straub struck out a career-high 12 batters in 7.2 innings to lead the University of Mary Washington baseball team to an 11-3 win over Salisbury University in the second round of the Capital Athletic Conference Tournament in Salisbury, Md. The Eagles advance to the weekend portion of the event with a 1-1 record.

The Eagles jumped ahead early with a run in the first, and never looked back, scoring twice in the fourth, fifth, and sixth innings, before scoring three times in the seventh and once in the eighth. UMW rapped out 14 hits, led by three each from Shane Sixsmith and Eric Rehbein, who singled, doubled, and homered.

Jackson Clement doubled and homered, scoring twice and knocking in three with his blast coming in the fourth. Brent Steffey also had two hits for the Eagles.

Straub was the story on the mound, striking out 12 in 7.2 innings, with five hits allowed and one walk issued. Two of the Sea Gull runs were earned. Straub has won all five of his starts this spring.

The Eagles will face Wesley College on Saturday in Salisbury at noon as the tournament shifts en masse to Salisbury.

Alumni News

8 years ago

Paul Mene Earns Season Honor

Three Dutchmen honored by Liberty League
 
SCHENECTADY, NY – The Liberty League Baseball yearly awards were announced on Thursday and sophomore utility player Jarid Hotaling was named second team all-conference, while senior outfielders Pat Wilson and Paul Mene were earned honorable mention accolades.
 
Hotaling batted .367, which ranks second on the team among players with 35-or-more at-bats, registering a team-high 47 hits and crossing home plate a team-best 32 times. The sophomore added 11 RBI, posting a home run, four triples and 10 doubles. His slugging percentage stood at .531, while his on-base mark was .438. Hotaling stole a team-best 14 bases, posted a team-high tying 13 multi-hit games and had a team-long 10 game hitting streak.
 
Wilson, a captain, batted .358 with 16 RBI and a team-best five home runs. He registered 39 hits, including a team-best 11 doubles and one triple. He had a .615 slugging percentage and a .445 on-base percentage. Wilson registered a team-high tying 13 multi-hit games to go along with four multi-RBI games. He had a seven-game hitting streak, stole three bases and had a .986 fielding percentage.
 
Mene totaled seven multi-RBI games and led the team with 23 RBI. He batted a team-best .394 with 28 hits, including four doubles, a triple and a home run. Mene registered a .521 slugging percentage and a .397 on-base percentage, while having seven multi-hit games. The Fall Church, VA native batted .500 (16-32) with runners in scoring position and .917 (11-12) with runners on third.
 
The Dutchmen finished sixth in the conference with a 13-20 record and a 7-15 conference mark

Alumni News

9 years ago

2006 Baseball Standout Off to Hot Start at Union College

Paul Mene
 
 


WINTER HAVEN, FL –
Five Dutchmen had multi-hit games, giving Union baseball its first victory of the season with a 15-5 win against Westminster (Missouri) on Monday at the 2009 Russ Matt Baseball Invitational. The victory marked the first career win for head coach Dave Dagostino Jr., improving Union to 1-3, while Westminster goes to 1-8.
 
After dropping behind 3-2 in the fourth, the Dutchmen rallied and took the lead in the bottom of the fifth thanks to an RBI single by junior first baseman Paul Mene, who eventually scored on a throwing error with two outs.
 
Mene paced the Dutchmen, going 4-for-4 with two runs scored and a team-high three RBI. Sophomore leftfielder Jarid Hotaling was also perfect at the plate, going 3-for-3. He scored three times and drove in a run.
 
Senior centerfielder Pat Wilson homered in the second to lead off the inning and put Union on the board. He finished 2-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored.
 
Freshman designated hitter Kevin Dexter also had an multi-hit affair, going 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored. He entered the game in the ninth to pitch and struck out two.
 
Sophomore Jeremy LeFebvre got the start on the mound. He went 5.0 innings, striking out seven and allowing two earned runs for the victory. Sophomore Matthew Rogers supplied 3.0 innings in relief, registered three strike outs and allowing one earned run.
 
After the Dutchmen went up with an additional two runs in the bottom of the sixth, they exploded for a season-high nine runs in the bottom of the eighth. They produced nine of their 18 hits in the eighth. Senior third baseman Dane Flavin singled to right to drive in two RBI. He joined Mene as the only other Dutchmen with multiple RBI.
 
In all nine Union student-athletes had RBIs, including freshmen shortstop Jared Henkel, junior shortstop Andy Brown, senior catcher Ryan Bowes and sophomore right fielder Anthony Cassese.
 
Cassese went 2-for-3 with two runs scored and he registered his first career triple.
 
Union enjoys a day off before taking on D’Youville on Wednesday, Mar. 25 at 12:30 p.m. at Lake Myrtle #3 in Winter Haven, FL.
 
WINTER HAVEN, FL – For the first time in school history, the Union College baseball team is returning from its spring trip with a .500 winning percentage. Union knocked out 31 combined runs to sweep D’Youville in a doubleheader on Wednesday at the 2009 Russ Matt Central Florida Invitational. The Dutchmen took game one, 12-6, and game two, 19-2, and is now on a three game winnings streak.
 
Junior Paul Mene continued his hot streak with a 5-for-6 day with six RBI. Senior centerfielder Pat Wilson went 4-for-7 with a home run and four RBI.
 
Sophomore third baseman Jarid Hotaling went 4-for-7 with a double, two triples and one RBI and sophomore infielder Dane Flavin was 3-for-9 with two triples and an RBI. Freshman infielder Jared Henkel went 3-for-4 with three RBI.
 
In all 13 Dutchmen had hits during the two games and 10 had RBI.
 
After falling behind 2-0 in the top of the first, Hotaling and Flavin led off the Dutchmen’s offensive attack with back-to-back triples. Mene immediately followed with a single to drive in Flavin.
 
Both teams stayed off the board and then the Dutchmen exploded for three runs in the third, four in the fourth and three in the fifth. Flavin tripled to lead off the third and once again Mene drove him home with a single. Freshman shortstop Kevin Dexter doubled to put Mene on third and junior second baseman Andy Brown drove them both in with a single to centerfield.
 
In the fourth, senior catcher Shawn Johnston and Hotaling repeated the first-inning feat with back-to-back three baggers to start the inning. Wilson hit a two run shot over the leftfield fence to add you Union’s lead. It was his second of the season.
 
Mene hit an RBI double and Wilson had a RBI single in the. An additional run due to an error earlier in the inning gave Union its 12 run of the game.
 
David Arouca pitched six innings, striking out four and allowing three earned runs for this first win of the year. Freshman Justin Zolot saw his first collegiate action in the top of the seventh. He whiffed one batter.
 
The Dutchmen defense provided some hightlight-reel support for the two pitchers. Dexter made a diving-backhand-and-throw play to get the first batter in the third and Wilson had a diving grab in centerfield in the fourth.
 
Mene led the way during the first contest, going 4-for-4 with three runs scored and three RBI. Hotaling was 2-for-4, scoring three runs and driving in one. Flavin (2-for-4), Wilson (2-for-4), Brown (2-for-3) and Johnston (2-for-3) all enjoyed multi-hit games.
 
In the second contest, Union continued to roll, jumping out to a 3-1 lead in the first. Mene and freshman outfielder Nicholas Ranalli each drove in runs and the Dutchmen capitalized on a D’Youville error.
 
Ranalli, who almost hit for the cycle, doubled in the second inning and hit his first career home run in the third.
 
Union kept the foot on the gas throughout the game, scoring three or more runs in five of the seven innings. Three runs in the first followed with six in the second, three in the third, three in the sixth and four in the seven.
 
Ranalli led the way going 3-for-5 with three runs scored and a career-high five RBI. Junior catcher Justin Real went 3-for-4 with a run and an RBI. Hotaling (2-for-3), Wilson (2-for-3), Henkel (2-for-3) and sophomore right fielder Anthony Cassese (2-for-4) each had multi-hit games.
 
Brown pitched four inning, striking out five and allowing zero earned runs. Sophomore Matthew Rogers and junior Colin McKelligan supplied some relief. Rogers whiffed two in two innings of work, while McKelligan also struck out two in the seventh.
 
The Dutchmen now focus on its four-game set against Liberty League foe Clarkson. Saturday’s doubleheader begins at 2:00 p.m., while Sunday’s begins at noon.

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