No. 19 Tribe Cruises Past George Mason on Senior Night

The Tribe will return to action when it plays at No. 9 James Madison on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.

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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (April 23, 2010) Junior attacker Madalyn Jamison tied the school record for career assists in George Mason's 20-9 loss at No. 19 William and Mary on Friday evening at Albert-Daly Field in Williamsburg, Va. Jamison's two assists in the game extended her single-season assist record to 35.

With the two assists, Jamison recorded the 77th and 78th assists of her career at George Mason. She tied Lisa Hagan's career assist record set in 2004 with her second assist of the contest.

George Mason trailed 3-2 early in the first half when the Tribe scored four consecutive goals to open up a five-goal lead with 9:32 remaining in the half. Despite goals by Jamison and junior midfielder Chelsea Gamble in the final 6:34 of play, William and Mary went into the half with an 11-4 advantage.

After the half, the Tribe scored nine of the first 10 goals to take a 20-5 lead with 4:45 remaining in the game. The Patriots scored the final four goals of the contest for the final margin.

In addition to her two assists, Jamison scored three goals for a total of five points. Sophomore midfielder Emily Ellisen also scored three goals for George Mason.

William and Mary's Molly Wannen led all players with four goals in the game. A total of seven players scored multiple goals for the Tribe. Emily Geary played all 60 minutes in goal with seven saves.

The Patriots dropped to 3-12 overall and 0-5 in the CAA with the loss. The Tribe improved to 9-6 overall and 3-2 against conference opponents.

Mason returns home to George Mason Stadium for its next contest against Old Dominion on Sunday, April 25 at 1:00 p.m. The Patriots' three seniors will be honored in a ceremony prior to the start of the game.

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