fter two impressive home wins to open the season, the young VCU women’s basketball team has struggled to find the same success on the road, dropping three of the last four matches during a six-game road trip.
The VCU women’s basketball team took huge strides forward during the 2013-14 season, doubling their win total from the previous year.
Two hundred days after VCU introduced Beth O’Boyle as the new women’s basketball head coach, the O’Boyle era officially tipped off against Wagner College on Friday, Nov. 14.
A season ago, VCU’s women’s basketball program was faced with modest expectations coming off of an 11-19 campaign in the 2012-13 season. The Rams responded by doubling their win total and earning a postseason bid to the Women’s National Invitational Tournament. A lot has changed since the team was defeated by the Princeton University Tigers late in March, and the Rams will be looking to find their comfort zone early in the season under the tutelage of new head coach Beth O’Boyle.
A week after Shaka Smart had his turn in the media room, women’s basketball head coach Beth O’Boyle was next up as she gears up to start her first season with VCU.