Tag: VMI basketball
With tournament seeding on the line, the VMI basketball team hung on to earn a 68-65 win over visiting Chattanooga Sunday afternoon on Senior Day at Cameron Hall.
Facing a team in a similar position battling for a higher seed in next week’s SoCon tournament, the VMI basketball team fell short in its second-half rally as Samford left Cameron Hall with an 89-82 victory Friday night.
A 17-0 Furman run midway in the first half helped erase a VMI lead and sparked the Paladins to a 76-54 win over the Keydets on Senior Night at Timmons Arena.
Facing league leader ETSU at home, the VMI basketball team played a strong first half but faltered in the second as the visiting Bucs left Cameron Hall with a 70-56 victory Saturday afternoon in Lexington.
After dropping the last two conference games the VMI basketball team looked to get back in the win column but fell short in a 72-60 loss to visiting Western Carolina Thursday night at Cameron Hall.
Facing a big test with rival The Citadel coming to town, the VMI basketball team handled the challenge well by defeating the Bulldogs for a fifth straight time at home as the Keydets prevailed, 88-81, Saturday afternoon at Cameron Hall.
Facing the Mercer Bears in a weekday SoCon battle, the VMI basketball team struggled to keep pace with the visitors as Mercer claimed a 62-56 win over the Keydets Thursday night at Cameron Hall.
VMI freshman guard Bubba Parham scored 20 points and sophomore Keith Smith added 18 points, but a Keydet rally fell short to Western Carolina, 65-58, Monday night at Ramsey Center.
ETSU placed four players in double figures scoring and chalked up its eighth straight win as the Bucs downed VMI, 89-48, in Southern Conference men’s college basketball action Saturday afternoon before 4,218 spectators at Freedom Hall.
The VMI men’s basketball squad participated in several Rockbridge County community outreach activities on Wednesday, January 10.
Two free throws by Francis Alonso in the waning seconds were the difference, as the UNCG Spartans survived for a 63-61 win over the VMI Keydets in SoCon basketball action Saturday at Cameron Hall in Lexington, Va.
Wofford reeled off a 12-2 run shortly after the opening tip and never looked back as the Terriers knocked off VMI, 92-53, in Southern Conference basketball action Thursday night at the Jerry Richardson Indoor Stadium.
The Furman Paladins broke the game open with a 29-0 first half run and went on to shoot over 50 percent from the field in an 87-57 win over the VMI Keydets Saturday at Cameron Hall in Lexington, Va. The game was the SoCon opener for both teams.
VMI trimmed a 23-point deficit to eight late in the second half, but the VCU Rams prevailed, 75-65, in Friday night college basketball action before 7,637 fans at Siegel Center.
VMI basketball tickets for the 2017-18 season went on sale Friday, September 29.
VMI alumnus and all-time leading scorer Reggie Williams is a gold medalist after Team USA captured the FIBA AmeriCup championship.
A rough first half of play doomed the VMI basketball team as the Keydets fell by a 103-76 score to the Gent Hawks in Ghent, Belgium.
Freshmen Jordan Ratliff and Samuel Patel scored 21 and 18 points, respectively, to lead VMI past Fellows Ekeren, 84-78 Sunday in Brussels.
The first meeting with N.C. State in 12 years and three Atlantic 10 opponents highlight the 2017-18 VMI basketball schedule announced today.
The VMI basketball recruiting class has added a pair of commitments for the 2017-18 season.
Two new assistant coaches have joined the VMI basketball coaching staff for the 2017-18 season, head coach Dan Earl announced.
VMI basketball coach Dan Earl announced that Gregory Parham has signed a national letter-of-intent and will join the 2017-18 freshman class.
Samford pulled away from VMI for a 79-61 first round win in the Southern Conference Tourney.
Marc Gosselin scored 20 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Western Carolina to an 81-68 win over VMI.
UNCG senior center R.J. White scored 18 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as the Spartans held off VMI.