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Helgeson Slugs His Way Into Record Books
Helgeson joined Tison as the only two players to start all 57 games for the Patriots. He finished the season leading the team in slugging percentage (.605), on-base percentage (.438), RBI's (51), doubles (17), home runs (15), total bases (121) and walks (38), while standing second in runs scored (38) and third in hits (59).
Tison named to First Team All-CAA
George Mason senior shortstop Brig Tison put the finishing touches on an outstanding collegiate career. His strong play netted him multiple honors including First Team All-CAA, ABCA/Rawlings All-East Region Second Team, as well as being named to the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) All Star Team.
Bill Brown is in his 35th season as the head coach of George Mason baseball. Brown guided the Patriots through their inaugural Atlantic 10 Conference season in 2014, and before that, left a mark as one of the most decorated coaches in Colonial Athletic Association history. Brown was honored as CAA Coach of the Year a record six times. Since 1985, the Patriots have won two CAA titles, finishing second three other times along with the program's first A-10 title in 2014 and playing in the Houston Regional. Brown has now coached to seven appearances in the NCAA Tournament.
Lewis "Tag" Montague will begin his third season as assistant coach at George Mason University. At Mason Tag works with the hitters, infielders and base runners, while assisting with the Patriots recruiting efforts.
Brian Pugh enters his 2nd Year at Mason, serving as the pitching coach. Pugh also has extensive experience coaching in two of the nation's most highly regarded summer collegiate leagues, the New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL) and the Cape Cod Baseball League. During his tenure, he worked with over 50 players who have gone on to be drafted or sign free-agent contracts with professional organizations.
Justin Walker will be in his third season as the volunteer assistant coach at George Mason. Walker arrives in Fairfax after previous college coaching experience at Bowling Green State University in 2011, and a season working with John Carroll University.