VCU Hires Mike Rhoades as New Head Coach

A day after VCU lost Head Coach Will Wade to LSU, the Rams hired a familiar face, Mike Rhoades. For the past three years, Rhoades has been the Head Coach for Rice University. 2016 was his best year at the helm for the Owls as he posted a 23-11 record

Lewis’ 30 not enough to hold off Saint Mary’s

VCU, who made its seventh straight NCAA Tournament appearance, came up short moving to the round of 32 for the second straight year. That was no fault of JeQuan Lewis, though, as the senior guard tallied 30 points, 22 in the second half. The Rams got down early in the first

VCU’s Energetic Comeback Comes with a Loss

After giving up a 16 point lead, St. Mary's advances with an 85-77 win over VCU.  This game started off like a ping-pong match going back and forth.  In the first half of the game, there were six lead changes between the two teams.  Both battled hard and did not

Final Four Well Within Reach for VCU

2017 marks six years since VCU’s improbable run to the Final Four. This magical tear through the NCAA Tournament saw Cinderella, VCU, take down Georgetown, Purdue, and Kansas by double digits. The run was later halted by Butler, but VCU became one of a handful of mid-major schools to make

Late Run Helps VCU Prevail Over George Mason

Six days off for VCU seemed to present a problem for a large portion of the Friday night bout with George Mason. After getting off to a 12-2 lead, VCU went cold. The Rams went 1-for-9 shooting over the next eight minutes of the game. The poor shooting helped George Mason

Road Woes Continue for VCU

In a game VCU needed to stay in the race for the outright A-10 Championship, the Rams fell flat. VCU fell to the Dayton Flyers, who were a game ahead of them in the A-10 conference, 79-72 Wednesday night. Dayton was able to obtain an 11 point lead midway through the