When it comes to leaving an impact across campus, Honors College students on the softball team knock it out of the park. Fourth-ranked in the Atlantic 10 Conference, Mason’s softball team – including several Honors College students – battled and beat number two team, Loyola University Chicago. During the winner-take-all final game, the Patriots pulled ahead of the Ramblers in extra innings, leading the Patriots to a victory of 6-3. Student athletes from the Honors College put their exceptional skills on display on May 13, when for the first time in program history the women’s softball team won the Atlantic 10 Tournament Championship.
Bringing a range of interests and talents to the Honors College community, Honors College students excel in various areas of student life at George Mason, sports included. Honors College students Zoe Vozick, Cheyenne DeGross, Charlotte Montgomery, Marlaina Bozek, and Alex Anderson are among this year’s Atlantic 10 Tournament Championship winners. Freshman Cheyenne DeGross is majoring in communications while also playing as a catcher and infielder for the Patriots. Zoe Vozick is a current junior, majoring in environmental and sustainability studies, while also playing as a catcher for Mason’s softball team. Charlotte Montgomery, a rising junior majoring in government and international politics, plays as an outfielder for Mason. Marlaina Bozek is a junior at Mason majoring in kinesiology. On the field, Bozek plays infielder for the Mason softball team. Alex Anderson, pitcher and infielder for the team, is a rising junior majoring in computer science.
These Honors College students have shown exceptional skills as leaders in the Mason community. Breaking barriers on the field and remaining relentless in pursuit of their win, these students continue to embody grit and audacity on and off the field.