Washington Training Camp’s conclusion marks season’s beginning

September 21, 2018

Adam Cheek Staff Writer The 2018 NFL season began anew Sept. 6, with the close-to-hometown Washington professional football team emerging victorious in Glendale, Arizona, against the Arizona Cardinals in the first game of their schedule. Washington concluded their training camp in Richmond, Virginia in mid-August. After a 7-9 effort last season Read More

Field hockey sets margin of victory records

September 21, 2018

Noah Fleischman Contributing Writer Field Hockey returned to Richmond and picked up two more victories — including an Atlantic-10 Conference win over St. Louis University — setting multiple school records during the big wins at home.   Towson The Black and Gold defeated the Towson University Tigers in a 9-0 rout Read More

Hurricane Florence cancels eventful weekend of VCU sports

September 21, 2018

Sam Hooper Contributing Writer VCU had a lineup of games and meets scheduled for this weekend, but Hurricane Florence had other plans (or so we thought). Florence intensified into a Category 4 hurricane Sept. 10 but weakened to a Category 1 upon making landfall in North Carolina Sept. 14. Currently about Read More

Ram in Action: Siad Haji

September 21, 2018

Noah Fleischman Contributing Writer U.S. U20 National Team member and junior midfielder Siad Haji continues to make a major impact this season on the Men’s Soccer team. Haji had a team-high eight assists during his first year with the Black and Gold last fall and will play in the 2019 U20 Read More

Press Box: Serena backlash sets double standard

September 21, 2018

Adam Cheek Staff Writer The second weekend of September brought the heralded U.S. Open women’s tennis tournament to its conclusion as the final pitted the legendary Serena Williams against relative newcomer Naomi Osaka. Williams — reportedly one of Osaka’s heroes as she rose up through the ranks of tennis — has Read More

Rams trounce Tribe 1-0

September 21, 2018

Jessica Wetzler Sports Editor  Despite a home game cancellation due to Hurricane Florence, Women’s Soccer traveled to the College of William & Mary Sunday afternoon to battle it out in the rain with the Tribe. The game started off with a foul called against William & Mary and a wide shot Read More

Press Box: Lessons from Jordan McNair’s legacy

September 12, 2018

The administrative culture of the football program at The University of Maryland, College Park has come under fire since the death of 19-year-old offensive lineman Jordan McNair in June.   McNair collapsed during an outdoor workout May 29. The teenager’s body temperature reached 106 degrees after running a set of Read More

Volleyball leaves Tallahassee with pair of wins

September 12, 2018

Over the weekend, Volleyball swept a double-header against the University of Southern Mississippi and Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, 3-0 and 3-1, respectively, after dropping a late match the previous night against Florida State University, 3-0.   Southern Miss.   In their second game of the day, the Rams swept Read More

Rams fall to #4 Hoosiers

September 12, 2018

Coming off a winning streak, Men’s Soccer fell 5-0 Friday after a dominant first half from Hoosiers of Indiana University Bloomington, ranked fourth in the country.   Not only did VCU have to face a top-five team, they also had to do it away from their home turf. In this Read More

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