The sight of a hobbling Briante Weber in tears with a heartbroken Treveon Graham and Jarred Guest signified the end of an era on March 19. The season was over and so was the dominant run of a senior class that embodied HAVOC and the spirit of VCU basketball.
VCU men’s basketball fell short against the Ohio State University in the second round of the NCAA tournament, 75-72, ending the collegiate careers of seniors Treveon Graham, Briante Weber and Jarred Guest, the winningest class in the program’s history.
Senior Treveon Grahams’ 22 points helped VCU defeat Fordham University, 63-57, to advance to the quarterfinal round in the Atlantic 10 tournament.
In the days following the men’s basketball team losing a big piece of their identity, there is a new battle cry for the team “HAVOC.” Next man up.
At one point in the first half of VCU’s 72-60 win over George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia on Wednesday night, starting point guard JeQuan Lewis was lying in pain on the court after being poked in the eye.