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VCU the winningest D1 Virginia athletic department for 2012-13 school year

7072052Thanks to Scott Day of VCUAthletics.com for crunching the numbers on this one, but worth repeating… VCU’s .655 win percentage ranked No.1 among all Division 1 schools in the state of Virginia this past academic year.

The Rams sent six teams to the postseason and had three programs ranked in the top-25: men’s basketball, men’s soccer and men’s tennis.

In their first season of Atlantic 10 play, men’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer and men’s and women’s tennis all competed in A-10 tournament championship matches, with both tennis teams winning A-10 titles.

On the individual side of things, VCU Track’s Jaleesa Williams and Kiara Porter were named NCAA All-Americans.

2012-2013 VA rankings:

1. VCU – .655
2. Virginia – .643
3. James Madison – .581
4. Virginia Tech – .568
5. Liberty – .563
6. Hampton – .538
7. Richmond – .536
8. Old Dominion – .529
9. William & Mary – .490
10. Norfolk State – .480
11. Longwood – .458
12. Radford – .447
13. George Mason – .399
14. VMI – .268

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