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VCU basketball player, Mo Alie-Cox, has been charged with misdemeanor assault and battery after he allegedly struck a female in the face outside of a Richmond night club on April 3.

Mo Alie-Cox charged with assault and battery

VCU basketball player, Mo Alie-Cox, has been charged with misdemeanor assault and battery after he allegedly struck a female in the face outside of a Richmond night club on April 3.

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THREE-PEAT: Women’s tennis win A-10 for third consecutive year

THREE-PEAT: Women’s tennis win A-10 for third consecutive year

Alonzo Small Sports Editor The top-seeded VCU women’s tennis team won its third-straight Atlantic 10 championship with a 4-0 victory over the University of Massachusetts Minutewoman on Sunday, April 19, earning an automatic bid into the NCAA tournament. VCU seniors Cindy Chala and Salome Kvitashvili earned the opening double point with an 8-4 victory over […]

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Coles, Ruffin throwing tandem ready for big stage

As the VCU track and field season is comes to an end, seniors Ryan Coles and Brandon Ruffin are prepared for the final heaves of their collegiate career.

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Melvin Johnson hears all of the doubters. While the perennial shooter was a bit surprised by how many people jumped off the VCU bandwagon, Johnson said he is sure there’s no sinking ship in Ram nation. Though there’s a new captain aboard, most of the crew is still the same and more motivated than ever.

Johnson ready to prove VCU’s no sinking ship

Melvin Johnson hears all of the doubters. While the perennial shooter was a bit surprised by how many people jumped off the VCU bandwagon, Johnson said he is sure there’s no sinking ship in Ram nation. Though there’s a new captain aboard, most of the crew is still the same and more motivated than ever.

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Baseball’s Farrar hits walk off single against ranked Maryland

Baseball’s Farrar hits walk off single against ranked Maryland

Kris Mason Staff Writer Sophomore centerfielder Logan Farrar’s walk-off single in the bottom of the 10th inning gave VCU a 2-1 victory over No. 21 University of Maryland Terrapins at the Diamond on Tuesday, April 21. For Farrar, it was his first walk-off in his VCU career, after being intentionally walked in the eighth inning […]

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The rising momentum of the women’s tennis team could result in the program’s third straight Atlantic 10 championship.

Women’s tennis set to defend A-10 crown

The rising momentum of the women’s tennis team could result in the program’s third straight Atlantic 10 championship.

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Athletes raise awareness for sexual assault

In an effort to stop sexual assault on college campuses, VCU’s student-athletes hosted an awareness campaign at the Compass between Shafer and Cabell Library on Thursday, April 16 called, “It’s On Us.”

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Men’s Tennis struggle in April with A-10 tourney near

After winning six of seven matches to start the season in January, the men’s tennis team will end the regular season on a four-game losing streak with the Atlantic 10 tournament on the horizon.

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