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Topic - Johnny Williams
George Mason couldn't figure out the Princeton offense and fell to 4-2.
Johnny Williams had 16 points and 10 rebounds and Sherrod Wright scored 12 of his 14 points in the second half, leading George Mason to a 52-49 victory over Mercer on Friday in the Paradise Jam.
History shows George Mason ended its last basketball season with a 10-point loss to Virginia Commonwealth in the CAA tournament.
The last time George Mason's Johnny Williams appeared in a game more than 15 months ago, he was bulky, back-to-the basket big. Or, more specifically, a standard-issue Patriot post presence.
Police officers called early Sunday morning to investigate a possible robbery at a home in Birmingham found five people dead inside, authorities said.
The George Mason basketball team had time - more than it could have ever fathomed - to process its 98-66 loss to Ohio State on Sunday in the NCAA tournament's round of 32 before reporters descended on the Patriots' locker room.
George Mason’s next generation of players scripted the start of their own NCAA tournament story Friday.