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The junior forward scored a season-high 24 points and Virginia Commonwealth blitzed George Washington with an 18-6 run to close the first half, then never let the Colonials closer than 12 thereafter in a 84-57 victory Saturday night.
RICHMOND | Coach Shaka Smart, VCU and the Rams' "havoc" style of play are back in the national spotlight.
Virginia Commonwealth needed someone to answer the ad for a slump-buster.
After avoiding a slip-up, Virginia Commonwealth coach Shaka Smart told his players not to spend any time dwelling on Thursday's unexpectedly tough overtime win over William and Mary.
In a game of counter surges, Virginia Commonwealth needed something to happen — a defensive stop, a missed shot, points — to stem Richmond's momentum Friday night.
About 100 fans welcomed the VCU men's basketball team back to Richmond Sunday after its Final Four loss to Butler the night before, ending an unlikely but magical run in the national tournament.
Thousands of rowdy fans chanting "VCU! VCU!" streamed onto city streets Saturday after Virginia Commonwealth University's remarkable season came to an end, torching trash cans and newspaper boxes, setting off firecrackers and tossing debris at police.
Thousands of rowdy fans chanting "VCU! VCU!" streamed onto city streets Saturday after Virginia Commonwealth University's remarkable season came to an end, torching trash cans and newspaper boxes and tossing firecrackers.
For the past week, Virginia Commonwealth University's Monroe Park campus has had an unfamiliar look and feel.