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Former Rams assistant, Will Wade, expected to become new VCU head coach

Wade was Shaka Smart's first hire at VCU and returns to lead the Rams after two successful seasons at UT Chattanooga.

Multiple sources have confirmed VCU is expected to announce Will Wade as the school’s new head men’s basketball coach today. VCU AD McLaughlin told Fox Sport’s radio’s Wes McElroy this morning that he can’t confirm Wade’s hire but is very close to “buttoning things up”. Wade returns to Richmond after serving two successful seasons at UT Chattanooga. There he turned around ...

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VCU and Shaka Smart official statements


Here ya go… “We will remember Shaka’s success on the court and with our student-athletes forever, but more importantly, he has helped to create a level of sustainable success on an elite level nationally,” Associate Vice President and Director of Athletics Ed McLaughlin said, “I speak for our entire department in thanking him and his staff for everything they have ...

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Weber, Graham, Alie-Cox earn A-10 honors


That Atlantic 10 announced their official awards selections today and three of VCU’s own took home some hardware. Briante Weber defended his Defensive Player of the Year crown, winning his third consecutive A-10 DPOY title despite missing his final 10 games of the regular season due to a career-ending knee injury. Weber finished the season with 78 steals, 10 more ...

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Rams drop third straight, lose big at Davidson


VCU’s struggles continued tonight at Davidson as the Rams got down big early before losing 82-55. The Rams dug themselves a 19-point hole at the half due to another game of ice-cold shooting against a Davidson team that simply couldn’t miss. The Cats finished the night 50% from the field while VCU managed just 39.6% shooting including a season low ...

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VCU bounces back with big road win at GW


VCU had a different look in tonight’s 79-66 win at George Washington. For starters, VCU’s Freight Train, Treveon Graham, was back in the lineup. But more importantly, the Rams had the look of a confident offensive unit from the opening whistle. VCU’s Melvin Johnson filled up the stat sheet quickly, connecting on his first three pointers and scoring 11 points for the ...

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