VCU’s havoc style of basketball was on display in the Championship Game of the inaugural Richmond Downtown Marriott Holidays on the Hardwood Classic. The Rams forced 10 New Hampshire turnovers in the first 10 minutes on 8 steals in route to a 78-65 victory over the Wildcats of the University of New Hampshire.
The Rams returned to action Wednesday night in the first-ever Richmond Downtown Marriott Holidays on the Harwood Classic. VCU (7-4, 1-0) tipped off against SoCon power and 2010 NCAA Tournament entry Wofford (5-6, 2-0) in the late game of a double header, which saw New Hampshire outlasting Cornell 68-66 earlier in the evening.
Joey Rodriguez scored 18 points and dished out 10 assists as the Rams ended William & Mary’s school-record seven-game road winning streak in an 81-59 drubbing Wednesday night in front of a sold out Verizon Wireless Arena.
Virginia Commonwealth ushered in the New Year by thoroughly dismantling UNC Wilmington to claim a 91-57 victory in a Colonial Athletic Association game at the Siegel Center Saturday afternoon.
In a game that lived up to its name Virginia Commonwealth defeated the University of Richmond 65-57 Saturday night to capture the Black and Blue Classic for the sixth consecutive year.