After finishing 1-2 in the Puerto Rico Tip-Off, Virginia Commonwealth University returned to the Stuart C. Siegel Center while returning to their winning ways by beating Northeastern 79-66.
After a tough weekend in Puerto Rico, Virginia Commonwealth University returns to the Stuart C. Siegel Center on Friday night to take on former CAA-foe, Northeastern.
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Virginia Commonwealth University handled Northeastern, 75-65, with a dominating defense and hot second half offense in the quarterfinals of the 2012 CAA Tournament. VCU will advance to take on George Mason tomorrow in the semifinals.
Here we are, the second day of the CAA Tournament with everything going pretty much as expected. Today, in the tournament’s evening session, VCU is looking to advance to the CAA semifinals with a win over Northeastern–the Rams’ conference Kryptonite.
This weekend, 12 very different teams will face off in the Richmond Coliseum. While all 12 teams are chasing the Colonial Athletic Association title and an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament that comes with it, each team has a different story.
It wasn’t pretty but the Virginia Commonwealth University Rams squeaked out a 59-56 homecoming victory over the Northeastern Huskies on Saturday night.
The Rams took on Northeastern tonight in a record 15th consecutive sellout (dang!). After leading most of the night, the Huskies pulled with in three but were unable to come away with a win.
The VCU Rams boast a winning record against every team in the Colonial Athletic Association except Northeastern. Saturday night coach Shaka Smart will be looking to improve upon his abysmal 1-4 record against a Huskies program that isn’t exactly a CAA powerhouse.