It’s been a crazy year for VCU’s personnel. Five players have left the 27 win 2012-13 Rams, but VCU returns many of their key pieces while also adding seven very talented new players.
Saturday, March 23
With the addition of Davidson, the Atlantic 10 maintains its presence in the state of North Carolina and its reputation as one of the most successful basketball conferences in the country.
After coaching the VCU squad for six years, two women’s soccer coaches head to University of Central Florida.
Sophomore point guard Teddy Okereafor will transfer from Virginia Commonwealth University to Rider next season.
36 + 1 games later and it’s tough to accept that it’s already the offseason. Here are some of the best photos from last season, with any luck they’ll help soften the blow of six months without college basketball.
What was once rumored, is now official. Virginia Commonwealth University and University of Virginia will start a home-and-home series in Charlottesville next season before returning to the Stuart C. Siegel Center during the 2014-15 season.
A coach and his system are only as good as the players on the court. HAVOC! 4.0 found success because of the talent and depth of VCU’s roster.
Bragging rights are all the matter right now, and only one team could take home the top spot in this year’s final CPR!
Just sixteen days after taking over at VCU, Coach Smart signed his first recruit, an under-recruited point guard from Portsmouth, VA named Darius Theus.
David Hinton is from a different era: before HAVOC!, before VCU was regularly on national television, and before the Rams were expected to go to the NCAA Tournament.