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Sat. Mar 16
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Ram Invite
Richmond, Va.
Sat. Mar 23
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at Virginia Invitational
Charlottesville, Va.
Sat. Apr 13
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at George Mason Invitational
Fairfax, Va.
Sun. Apr 21
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at CNU Captain's Classic/Multi Events
Newport News, Va.
Sun. May 05
5th of 13
at Atlantic 10 Outdoor Championships
Charlotte, N.C.
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SUITE-NESS; UPGRADES PROGRESS AT SIEGEL CENTER Earlier this year, VCU announced it would add two suites in the south corners of the Stuart C. Siegel Center as part of an overall effort to enhance the arena. It’ll be a busy couple of months for “The Stu”. In addition to the suites, a new, centerhung scoreboard and sounds system will be installed, […]
WHAT’S YOUR 20? VCU BASKETBALL’S BEST AT EVERY NUMBER In basketball, we immortalize our heroes by hoisting their jerseys into the rafters. Often, we ?retire? numbers, deciding that no other player is worthy to be identified by that set of numerals. It?s how we remember our favorites, and is one of the simplest ways kids can emulate their heroes. So it?s no wonder VCU […]
HERE I AM IN FRONT OF SOME RUBBLE… No, not that Rubble. Actual rubble. Construction is underway at the site of the new VCU Basketball practice facility. Let’s have a look at the site now, as well as what’s ahead on Marshall Street.Filed under: Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball Tagged: VCU Basketball Complex, VCU Basketball Practice Facility
MEET BETH O’BOYLE New Women’s Basketball Coach Beth O’Boyle has dived right in to the mix at VCU. She’s already landed a high-scoring junior college transfer in Ashley Pegram and recently shored up her coaching staff. Now, she’s sitting down with VCU Athletics to map out her goals for the program.Filed under: Women's Basketball Tagged: Beth O'Boyle
2013-14, THE YEAR IN PHOTOSHOPS Sure, we’re going to find time to share our favorite VCU photos from the wins, the championships and the milestones. This is not that time. This is an opportunity to revel in the joy of the oddities of Photoshop and social media that have either fallen out of my noggin or (more likely) fallen into […]
RAM REPORT: SPRING 2014 The Spring 2014 Ram Report is now online. Plenty to digest, including features on VCU Baseball’s Seth Greene (who lost his mother entirely too young), Lacrosse’s Jen O’Brien (starting a program from scratch) and Khalid Khamis (who left his native Sudan). There are also artistic renderings of VCU’s new basketball practice facility and the forthcoming […]
RECORD-SETTING WILLIAMS CHASES HISTORY IN NCAA ENCORE Don?t assume that Jaleesa Williams? outsized personality means she?s boisterous about her successes. She could fill pickup truck with all the awards she?s won during her four-year career as VCU?s most distinguished thrower. Yet, Williams says her Richmond apartment bears little evidence of her All-American career. Instead, she sends all her trophies home with her […]
#TBT: VCU FLIRTS WITH NATIONAL TITLE It was around this time 14 years ago that VCU threatened to win its first national championship. The VCU Men’s Tennis team, arguably the most successful athletic program in school history, advance all the way to the 2000 National Championship Match against Stanford. It was and is one of the most celebrated moments in school […]
#TBT: 1988-89 VCU BASKETBALL HIGHLIGHTS #TBT, er something. Are we doing it right? Is this thing on? Today’s fabulous throwback video comes via Mike Voyack, who must’ve unearthed this gem of a highlight reel from Mike Pollio’s secret vault inside the bowels of the Richmond Coliseum. Short shorts! Whitney Houston! The frustrating dearth of lower third graphics! It’s terrific. If […]
VIDEO: VCU BASEBALL A-10 TOURNAMENT PREVIEW Fourth-seeded VCU is headed to Saint Louis in search of an Atlantic 10 Championship. The Rams open with fifth-seeded Richmond on Wednesday. Go get ‘em, boys.Filed under: Baseball
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