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The VMI Keydets weathered a poor shooting night and stayed in the game for the majority of the contest, but the UNCG Spartans finished the game with a 13-4 run and went on to a 75-63 win.
The Maryland Terrapins used a 13-0 run early in the second half to break open a tight game, and go on to a 95-77 victory over the VMI Keydets in non-conference action Sunday.
The UNCW Seahawks scored 84 points in the paint and shot nearly 60 percent from the field en route to a 110-93 win over the VMI Keydets Saturday night at Cameron Hall.
The VMI Keydets put six players in double figures and set a school record for margin of victory, en route to a 124-42 win over the Johnson University Royals Tuesday.
Head Basketball Coach Duggar Baucom has announced the 2014-15 VMI basketball schedule.
Rodney Glasgow had 20 points and seven assists, but the Yale Bulldogs put four players in double figures en route to a 75-62 win over the VMI Keydets in the semifinals of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament (CIT), contested Tuesday night at Lexington, Va.’s Cameron Hall.
VMI basketball returns to the court Tuesday night for the semifinals of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament (CIT), set for a 7 p.m. tip time against Yale in Cameron Hall.
VMI’s CollegeInsider.com Postseason Basketball Tournament run will make another stop at Cameron Hall Tuesday night, April 1 as the Keydets will play host to Yale in the semifinals. Tipoff is TBA and the game will be televised by CBS Sports Network.
VMI will host a second round game of the College Insider.com Postseason Basketball Tournament (CIT) against IPFW Saturday at Cameron Hall. Tipoff is 1 pm.
Playing in their final home game at Cameron Hall seems to have sparked VMI forward D.J. Covington and guard Rodney Glasgow. The former posted 29 points while the latter dropped in 26 to help spark the Keydets to an 88-76 win over visiting Radford University Saturday afternoon.
VMI senior guard Rodney Glasgow scored 25 points and freshman guard Q.J. Peterson added 18 points and 12 rebounds as the Keydets defeated Liberty, 77-70 Saturday night before 2,595 at the Vines Center.
It was a tale of two halves for the VMI Keydets Wednesday night, as after leading the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers by 14 at halftime, the Keydets fell 83-78 at Cameron Hall.
D.J. Covington had 26 points and 12 rebounds for his 11th double-double this season, leading the VMI Keydets over the Charleston Southern Buccaneers, 92-84, in Big South basketball action Saturday afternoon at Cameron Hall in Lexington, Va.
In a game that featured 14 lead changes and saw neither team lead by more than nine, the Liberty Flames posted a 21-rebound advantage on the glass and survived a frantic late rally by the VMI Keydets to claim an 85-80 victory in Big South basketball action Saturday afternoon at Cameron Hall in Lexington, Va.
The VMI Keydets went to the line 41 times, 22 more than their opponent, the Longwood Lancers, and made 28 of their attempts to help propel themselves to a 95-72 victory in Big South action Wednesday night at Cameron Hall in Lexington, Va. Q.J. Peterson led the Keydets (8-6, 1-0 Big South) with 30 points in VMI’s final Big South basketball opener.
The VMI Keydets put seven players in double figures, D.J. Covington set a new VMI record for career blocked shots and VMI set a new record for margin of victory in defeating the Washington College Shoremen, 128-54, Saturday afternoon at Cameron Hall.
The VMI Keydets cut a 20-point deficit to six with just over a minute to play, but the Virginia Tech Hokies scored the final seven points of the game and hung on for a 105-92 victory in men’s basketball action Monday night at Cassell Coliseum in Blacksburg, Va.
QJ Peterson had 25 points, including 20 in the first half and 12 straight at one point, and Jordan Weethee went 7 for 7 from the field, including 6 of 6 from three-point range, for a career-high 20 points to pace the VMI Keydets to a 121-80 win over the Bluefield State Blues Saturday afternoon at Cameron Hall.
Behind a combined 55 points from their three leading scorers – D.J. Covington, QJ Peterson and Rodney Glasgow – the VMI Keydets claimed the All-Military Classic championship with a 71-63 win over the Air Force Falcons Saturday evening at Cameron Hall in Lexington, Va.
The Citadel Bulldogs took a 13-point first half lead, but the VMI Keydets stormed back behind QJ Peterson’s 25 points and went on to an 82-71 victory in the second game of the All-Military Classic Friday afternoon at Cameron Hall.