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Hurricane Florence Updates from VCU Athletics

Hurricane Florence Updates from VCU Athletics

VCU Athletics released the following information about Hurricane Florence and the Black & Gold sporting events this weekend.

VCU Volleyball

The VCU Invitational that was scheduled for this weekend at the Siegel Center has been cancelled. The tournament featured VCU, Virginia, Toledo and South Carolina with matches on Friday and Saturday inside the Stu. This event will not be rescheduled.

On Monday, September 17th, VCU Volleyball is still scheduled to play James Madison at this time. First serve goes up at 6 PM in the Siegel Center.

VCU Women’s Soccer

Tonight’s match versus Howard at Sports Backers Stadium for VCU Women’s Soccer has been cancelled. There has been no makeup date announced by VCU Athletics.

Sunday is still scheduled for GAMEDAY against UNC Greensboro on September 16th. The Rams will battle the Spartans at 1 PM at Sports Backers Stadium.

VCU Field Hockey

The Rams are scheduled to begin Atlantic 10 play versus Saint Louis at Cary Street Field on Friday. As of right now that game is still on schedule for a 3 PM start on September 14th.

Towson makes the trip to Cary Street on Sunday, September 16th for a duel with the Rams at 2 PM.

VCU Cross Country

The Adidas Challenge held in Cary, North Carolina on Friday, September 14th has been cancelled due to the impact of Hurricane Florence.

We will continue to update Ram fans with any more schedule changes. Stay safe and Go Rams! #LetsGoVCU 🐏

Mark graduated from VCU in 2014 with a major in Criminal Justice and a minor in Psychology. He started as a fan of the Black & Gold in the stands his freshman year. Mark was known as "Kazie" for his charismatic fandom with the VCU's student organization the Rowdy Rams. While at VCU he gained experience in sports media with WVCW on a sports radio show called Rowdy Radio. Following graduation, Mark continued crafting his social media skills with the Richmond Kickers while also handling VCU coverage. He is a true fan of the Rams and vocally passionate on and off camera. After the final whistle, you can probably find him at local RVA bar or brewery enjoying a drink and conversation.

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