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Since the magical run in 2011 that landed Virginia Commonwealth University in the Final Four, exposure for the program has reached all-time highs seemingly every year. The 2014-15 campaign will be no different. For the second consecutive year, every game the Rams are scheduled to play this season will be televised.

Channel Surfers: All men’s basketball games televised

Since the magical run in 2011 that landed Virginia Commonwealth University in the Final Four, exposure for the program has reached all-time highs seemingly every year. The 2014-15 campaign will be no different. For the second consecutive year, every game the Rams are scheduled to play this season will be televised.

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Men’s Golf place second in the Autotrader.com Collegiate Classic

Four tournaments in, VCU recorded their highest finish of the season, placing second overall in the AutoTrader.com Collegiate Classic on Oct. 13-14 at the Berkeley Hills Country Club. Ultimately the final round of the tournament was cancelled due to heavy rain and a tornado watch resulting in only 36 holes being played.

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With all the hype surrounding the men’s basketball team this season, it’s only natural that the team would receive nationwide recognition as well as conference supremacy.

Rams stay consistent as preseason favorites

With all the hype surrounding the men’s basketball team this season, it’s only natural that the team would receive nationwide recognition as well as conference supremacy.

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Sports in Brief

Kristin Dennis Contributing Writer Men’s Soccer VCU men’s soccer remained unbeaten in Atlantic 10 conference play after battling Fordham University to a 0-0 tie on Friday, Oct. 17. Played at Sports Backers Stadium, the Rams held the advantage in shots (21) and shots on goal (5), and had more corner kick opportunities with 12. Head […]

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Sometimes a player’s passion for the game can wane over time. For senior goalkeeper Emma Kruse, soccer was somewhat of an afterthought after playing high school soccer at Forrest Park in Woodbridge, Virginia. Kruse actually set her sights on basketball but decided against it because of the running involved.

Women’s soccer on Kruse control

Sometimes a player’s passion for the game can wane over time. For senior goalkeeper Emma Kruse, soccer was somewhat of an afterthought after playing high school soccer at Forrest Park in Woodbridge, Virginia. Kruse actually set her sights on basketball but decided against it because of the running involved.

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