Virginia Commonwealth University

Congratulations to Richmond’s own neighborhood athletic all-stars at VCU who are headed to play in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday, March…

Congratulations to Richmond’s own neighborhood athletic all-stars at VCU who are headed to play in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday, March 21st. They still rank second in the A-10 Championship. Check the back of the Sports section (page C8) in this morning’s  Richmond Times-Dispatch for a cheer card to help rally the VCU Rams in the […]

A full slate of games over the past weekend involving the 804’s college teams. Perhaps the most shocking news was VCU losing two in a row, after Thursday’s upsert loss at UR, the then 19th-ranked Rams fell at home Saturday night to LaSalle University at the Siegal Center. VCU has now fallen out of the […]

Just a couple of years ago, the VCU Rams and the Richmond Spiders had the attention of the national sportsworld as both were marching through the NCAA Tournament. The Spiders fell just short of the Sweet Sixteen, while the Rams eventually wound up in the Final Four, putting Richmond, VA on the sports map in […]

Major changes on the College Basketball landscape this week as Virginia Commonwealth University leaves the Colonial Athletic Association, where the Rams have been long-time members and one of the league’s brightest programs on a national scale.  The Rams have already been accepted by the Atlantic 10 and will field teams in 16 of the league’s […]

President Barack Obama made a surprise trip to Afghanastan on Tuesday to address the drawdown of troops in the War on Terrorism and defined America’s roll in future Afghan military action.   The President is set to officially begin the General Re-Election campaign, and one his first official stops will be here in Richmond this afternoon at Virginia […]

President Barack Obama made a surprise trip to Afghanastan on Tuesady to address the drawdown of troops in the War on Terrorism and defined America’s roll in future Afghan military action. The President is set to officially begin the General Re-Election campaign, and one his first official stops will be here in Richmond on Saturday, […]

With the general election campaign for President set to go into full swing, one of the first official campaign stops for current Commander-In-Chief Barack Obama will be here in Richmond on Saturday, May 5th at Virginia Commonwealth University. The President will speak at Ohio State University earlier in the same day as he continues to […]

With the general election campaign for President set to go into full swing, one of the first official campaign stops for current Commander-In-Chief Barack Obama will be here in Richmond on Saturday, May 5th at Virginia Commonwealth University. The President will speak at Ohio State University earlier in the same day as he continues to […]

Michelle Obama speaks during the 2011 Building a Healthier Future summit at the Omni Shoreham Hotel on November 30, 2011 in Washington, DC. (Photo: Getty Images) First Lady Michelle Obama is in town today and your friends at Radio One Richmond are all over the scene anxiously awaiting her arrival this afternoon. Be sure to […]

The Richmond Times-Dispatch reported that VCU Head Coach Shaka Smart has agreed to a new 8-year contract that would keep him with the Rams after their stunning run to the Final Four.  Smart reportedly turned down an offer from North Carolina State and decided to stay in Richmond and continue to build thed VCU program.  […]

While we may not have gotten the outcome we all desired, we certainly have every reason to be proud of the way the VCU Rams conducted their business both on & off the court.  Despite Saturday’s 70-62 loss to Butler, the Rams run inspired not only their fans here in Richmond, but basketball fans around […]