Just one year after failing to lure Shaka Smart from Richmond to the Twin Cities, former VCU AD Norwood Teague hired Marlene Stollings on Monday.
The season may be over, but news surrounding the VCU Men’s Basketball program has not slowed down since VCU lost in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Virginia Commonwealth University blew a six point lead in the final minute of regulation Friday night before losing in overtime to Stephen F. Austin, 77-75, in the 2nd round of the NCAA Tournament.
Rob Brandenberg and Juvonte Reddic have accomplished more in the past three years than most could have ever imagined. Now they belong to an elite group of active basketball players.
#12 Stephen F. Austin has earned plenty attention as a potential upset over #5 VCU, but there are plenty of reasons to doubt the doubters.
Cancel your plans for Friday. VCU is playing in the NCAA Tournament.
Losing is tough but the Rams won’t have time to dwell as they prepare for the NCAA Tournament.
After an intense weekend of basketball in the Barclay’s Center, #2 Virginia Commonwealth University will play #4 Saint Joseph’s University in the Atlantic 10 Tournament Championship Sunday afternoon.
Coach Shaka Smart won his 137th game on Saturday breaking the all-time record at VCU while leading the Rams to their 4th consecutive conference tournament championship game.
George Washington and VCU have already played two memorable games this season. Saturday’s battle promises to be the most memorable of all.