Purchase VCU tickets on TicketSmarter today! The VCU Rams have 16 varsity sports, including men’s tennis and basketball. They are members of the Atlantic 10 (A-10) Conference and compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I.
VCU men’s basketball is considered one of the most popular and successful sports programs at the university. The first varsity basketball team was formed in 1968 by Benny Dees, who coached the team until 1970. In 2011 they finished sixth in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll, ranking the highest in VCU history.
Men’s tennis is another of VCU’s most successful sports programs. The International Tennis Association (ITA) ranked the team 14th pre-season in 2005. They have been nationally ranked in the top 50 since 1993. They were also named an ITA All-Academic Squad in July 2020.
Even VCU’s smaller sports programs have gained notoriety. In 2006, three VCU Rams baseball players were drafted into the MLB. The men’s golf program has also won 13 conference titles since its formation. Women’s lacrosse was added in 2012 and coached by Jen O’Brien, who has earned A-10 Coach of the Year honors for the team’s takedown of UMass in 2018. Get your VCU tickets today to catch the next big sporting event.
VCU Rams ticket prices may vary depending on the sport, with men’s basketball and tennis being the most popular. Another factor in ticket prices is the opposing team. Season passes and VIP seats are likely to cost more.
Tickets for smaller sports like soccer, baseball, and volleyball cost around $10 and are general admission. When facing opponents such as the University of Virginia, baseball ticket prices may increase around $5. Season passes can range from $25 to $40 depending on the sport. Larger events like the women’s golf conference start around $50.
VCU basketball runs from November to early March, with possible postseason games happening in late March. The VCU Rams basketball team has three main rivals, consisting of Old Dominion University, George Mason University, and the University of Richmond. The VCU-ODU basketball rivalry is considered the best college basketball rivalry in Virginia. Volleyball begins in August and runs through the fall season.
VCU tickets typically go on sale after each sport releases its schedule. TicketSmarter never requires a presale code, so you can get your tickets as soon as they’re available. Check back regularly to stay up-to-date on all VCU Rams games.
Home basketball and volleyball games take place at the Stuart C. Siegel Center. The multi-purpose facility can sit up to 8,000 fans and has sold-out basketball tickets for over 100 straight games. VCU baseball games take place at The Diamond, which they share with the city’s minor league team, the Richmond Flying Squirrels. The Diamond can sit up to around 12,000 fans, with seating reduced to around 9,000 if banners cover the upper deck. Soccer and outdoor track take place at Sports Backers Stadium, which has a capacity of around 3,000. Their stadium-style seating allows you to always have a good view. Find the perfect section for your next VCU sporting event using TicketSmarter’s interactive seating chart.
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