Despite the early end in the tournament, VCU still was able to pull off a historical season going 7-0 in the regular season and sweeping the competition in the Atlantic-10 Tournament.
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The Rams defeated the St. Joseph’s Hawks in the final game of the A-10 Tournament to claim their first-ever championship and undefeated season. VCU punched their ticket to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. They will find out who their first-round opponent will be tonight at 10 p.m. The tournament will be held at Karen Shelton Stadium in Chapel Hill, NC.
The Rams will play tomorrow at noon. A win for VCU would put an exclamation mark on an undefeated season as well as earn their first-ever championship.
For the first time in program history, VCU is the Atlantic-10 Regular Season Champions.
The A-10Championships will start April 23-24 at Cary Street Field.
Following VCU’s 2-0 defeat to Davidson College, the Rams rebounded with a win at Sports Backers Stadium in a 2-1 victory over George Washington. The Rams will travel to Fairfax, VA to play George Mason University in the A-10 Conference on April 10th.
VCU edged out a 2-1 victory against Richmond this evening thanks to a wonderful free-kick from Emma Kershner. Next up for the Rams is a trip south to take on Davidson on Thursday.