Archives: caa-tournament

CAA Tournament leaves Richmond for Baltimore

After 24 years, the CAA Tournament will no longer be held in Richmond, moving to Baltimore in 2014.

Scott’s 2011 CAA basketball tournament bracket

It’s back! A piece of content we look forward to all year long (and miss it when it’s gone): Scott’s CAA Tournament Bracket! Keep checking back as Scott the Face updates it throughout the weekend.

I’m Ready For My Closeup, Mr. DeMille

From Dave Saunders of Madison and Main: Want to be an extra in a commercial for CAA basketball? Just show up at the Richmond Coliseum TOMORROW Tues., 12/21 at 9:45 am. No pay, but FREE pizza! Extras are asked to wear dark, non-logo clothing. The ad wil…

Sanders leads Rams to Dance

Dominating performance by sophomore forward Larry Sanders delivers Rams to CAA Title and NCAA Tournament.

VCU beats rival ODU to advance to the CAA finals

“64 East!!!… 64 East!!!… 64 East!!!… 64 East!!!” – with a clever, and regionally specific, chant and a shake of the keys, the VCU Rams crowd sent the Monarchs of ODU home for the weekend. You want to know more you say?

What the VCU-Georgia State game tells us about the Rams’ chances of winning the CAA Tournament

“We came here to win a championship, and that’s just what we’re trying to do, bottom line.” – Bradford Burgess

VCU Moves On to Round Two

An ugly opening half defensive slugfest turned into a hot second half for both teams, but the VCU Rams survived and moved on in the second round of the CAA tournament today against the Georgia State Panthers, 61 to 52.

Top 9 notes from Friday’s CAA Tournament

A totally useless and mind-numbing read – except for Justin Morgan.

Scott’s CAA basketball tournament bracket

Here’s an interesting way to keep up with the bracket, make your comments on how the bracket is shaping up, your picks on different games, upsets, and new features I can add to this piece of computer paper.

VCU Ram Nation: CAA Tournament Preview

VCU has wrapped up its season 1st in the CAA, but this is just the beginning – the 2009 CAA Tournament is right ahead of us. In preparation for the tournament, we call up the go-to-guy for CAA basketball, Michael Litos, author of “Cinderella: Inside the Rise of Mid Major College Basketball”.