Archives: ODU

Recap: VCU-ODU rivalry rebooted

ODU used a dominant first half to top VCU 73-67 in Norfolk Saturday afternoon.

What to expect: ODU has the tools to reboot rivalry

#14 VCU visits ODU Saturday afternoon, and for the first time since 2012 the Monarchs have a team capable of beating the Rams.


Photos from VCU’s win over Old Dominion.

Recap: Reddic leads VCU to victory in rivalry on life support

After 27 minutes of forgettable basketball, Virginia Commonwealth University broke away and topped Old Dominion University 69-48 in the Stuart C. Siegel Center.

What to expect: another lackadaisical game against ODU won’t cut it

The Rams scored more points than ODU in Norfolk last season, but the game was one of VCU’s worst during the 2013 campaign.

What to expect: VCU visits arch-rival ODU

44 years and 87 games later, the VCU-ODU rivalry is stronger than ever. The Rams travel to Norfolk on Friday night to face the Monarchs for the first time since leaving the CAA.

RVA native Justin Verlander takes the mound tonight in the World Series

Born in Henrico, raised in Goochland, graduate of ODU, Justin Verlander is taking the skills he honed in Central Virginia out west to San Francisco, where he will pitch in Game 1 of the World Series.

CFB Week 5: ODU in the record books, Hokies facing a rough week, and the Hoos look for redemption

Man, that QB over at ODU really did some stuff last week. Plus my picks for which games to watch this weekend.

Crumbling conference – ODU leaves the CAA

The Old Dominion University Monarchs announced Thursday morning that they are moving to Conference USA effective July 1st, 2013.

David Benedict named VCU’s interim Athletic Director

Just last week VCU announced that Athletic Director Norwood Teague would be leaving to taking over the University of Minnesota’s athletic department. In the course of that week, rumors started to solidify that VCU and George Mason would be leaving the CAA and joining the A-10, along with Butler. That announcement, if it was going […]