The 2014-15 campaign has proved to be another successful year thus far for VCU women’s basketball. The Rams are currently 13-7 on the season, going 4-3 in conference play. Additionally, they have only lost once at home going 8-1.
After four games, the VCU women’s basketball team is 3-1 for the second straight 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.
For the fourth straight offseason under head coach Shaka Smart, the men’s basketball team participated in the Navy SEALs training program led by head instructor John McGuire. In addition to men’s basketball, McGuire’s program welcomed other VCU teams into the fold: men’s and women’s soccer, women’s volleyball and women’s basketball.
During a breakout rookie year, sophomore guard Keira Robinson set the single-season assists record by a freshman understanding that getting her teammates involved early and often would be a huge key to women’s basketball success.