BROOKLYN, N.Y. (WRIC) — The Rams are primed to compete for their second consecutive Atlantic 10 Tournament Championship on Sunday. It will be the fourth time in four years that the Rams have appeared in the A-10 Championship game. Keep in mind that they have only been in the A-10 for four years.In fact, VCU’s A-10 Tournament play record is 10-2. And, dating back to 2011 (when the Rams were still in the CAA), Sunday’s tilt against Saint Joseph’s will be VCU sixth championship game in a row. If VCU wins, Will Wade will become the first,…
VCU wins, 76-54. Next up are the Saint Joseph’s Hawks in the A-10 Tournament Championship game on Sunday.
8News caught up with Mo Alie-Cox, Justin Tillman, Korey Billbury, and Will Wade for their post game thoughts.
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The VCU Rams (22-9, 14-4) lose to Dayton in OT, 68-67, but finish the season in a three-way tie for the A-10 regular season title.
VCU improves to 22-8 after beating Davidson 70-60.
VCU sweeps the season series with their 87 — 74 win.
VCU improves to 19-7, 11-2 after topping URI 83-67.
VCU tops SLU 85-52; gets back in the win column.
VCU (17-6, 9-1) falls to GW (18-5, 7-3), 72-69.
The Rams (16-5, 8-0) extend their winning streak to 11 as they top a feisty Davidson squad, 79-69.
VCU escapes with an OT win over rival Richmond, 94-89.
Make it seven wins in a row! VCU 88 — Forham 54.