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  • UVA wins again but may have lost another starter!

    2nd ranked UVA beat Florida St. 51-41, holding an opponent to under 50 points for the fourth time in their last five games.  During the game, starting point guard London Perrantes left the game early in the second half with a possible broken nose.  Anthony Gill led three players in double figures with 13 points. William & Mary held off Hofstra 80-78 to be in a four way tie for first in the CAA. JMU also has a share of […]

  • VCU remains in 1st in the A-10 and honors an all-time great

    25th ranked VCU beat UMass 78-72 to keep a share of first place in the A-10 and they retired the #20 jersey of Bradford Burgess.  He is just the 5th men’s player to have his jersey retired. Richmond downed George Washington 56-48.  T.J. Cline led three Spiders in double figures with 16 points. Virginia Tech lost their third straight, 69-53 to N.C. State In High School tournament action, Deep Run boys beat Highland Springs 47-45 and will Henrico in the […]

  • High School Basketball Tournaments postponed due to snow

      UPDATE – Thursday 2pm: Conference 11 schedule: 2/21 Boys Semis 1 and 3pm at Lee-Davis HS. 2/21-Girls Semis 1 and 3pm at Highland Springs HS. 2/23 Saturday Girls Championship-6:00PM and Boys Championship-8:00PM at Hermitage HS. Conference 12: 2/21 – First round 2/22 – Semifinals 2/23 – Finals at Manchester Conference 26: 2/23 – First round at higher seeds 2/24 – Girls semifinals at Huguenot, Boys semifinals at Hopewell 2/25 – Boys and Girls finals at Hopewell Conference 3 : […]

  • Treveon Graham returns in VCU’s win, UVA survives Wake’s upset bid

    VCU saw the return of leading scorer Treveon Graham to the lineup and the Rams snapped a two-game losing streak with a 79-66 win over George Washington to end the Colonials 12-game home winning streak.  Graham scored 10 in his first game back since the leaving the St. Bonaventure game early after re-injuring his ankle.  He was one of four players in double figures.  Melvin Johnson scored a team high 17 points, hitting five three-pointers. Richmond lost in overtime to […]

  • Spiders drop one at home and UVA deals with life after losing their energy

    The Richmond Spiders were unable to get over the home Sunday afternoon, as they fell to Rhode Island 79-74.  Kendall Anthony scored a season-high 28 but the Spiders were outrebounded 44-29 due to the absence of Alonzo Nelson-Ododa, who suffered a concussion in the first half. Lane Casadonte was in Charlottesville to see how UVA is dealing with the loss of Justin Anderson.  

  • UVA takes down Louisville but loses Anderson in the win

    Malcolm Brogdon scored 15 points, while Anthony Gill added 11 for the Cavs, who are now 21-1 on the season.

  • VCU wins and loses at George Mason

    Already without senior point guard Briante Weber, VCU lost Treveon Graham in the first half of their 72-60 win over George Mason after he re-aggravated an ankle injury he suffered against Rhode Island.  Melvin Johnson was one of several Rams that stepped up in his absence, scoring a game high 17.  JeQuan Lewis, starting for the injured Weber, scored 11 of his 13 in the second half.  VCU has 13 of their 14 games. Virginia Union beat Winston-Salem 80-70 behind […]

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  • UVA gets bounce back win at UNC

    The Virginia Cavaliers rebounded from their loss against Duke last Saturday with a 75-64 win over 12th ranked North Carolina.  Malcolm Brogdon led the Cavs with 17.  Justin Anderson added 16 for UVA, who at 20-1, is off to their best start in three decades.  UVA shot 52% from the field for the game and held the Tar Heels to 38% shooting after halftime. VCU Head Coach Shaka Smart spoke about who must step up in the absence of Briante […]

  • UVA loses to Duke for first loss of the season

    Malcolm Brogdon led #2 Virginia with 17 points.

  • Virginia Tech fans

    Ohio State vs. Virginia Tech and Notre Dame vs. Virginia highlight 2015 ACC football schedule

    Virginia will be the center of the college football universe for five days this fall as two of the nation's most high profile college football teams take on Virginia and Virginia Tech. The Atlantic Coast Conference released its 2015 college football schedule.

  • Spiders crush Duquesne behind career-high performance from Shawn’Dre Jones

    Shawn’Dre Jones scored a career-high 27 points as Richmond beat Duquesne 86-55 at the Robins Center.  Kendall Anthony added 16 while Terry Allen chipped in with 11.  The Spiders shot a blistering 61% from the field and held the Dukes to just 40% for the game.  


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