A CHANGE-UP FOR CUTLER-VOLTZ

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From 2009-2012, Seth Cutler-Voltz was a rock for VCU’s pitching staff, throwing 338 1/3 innings in 73 appearances. He threw at least 84 innings in each of his final three years, including 2010, when he finished 8-4 with a 3.47 ERA in 119 1/3 innings. But this year, Cutler-Voltz is seeing baseball from a different perspective. In this piece, Scott Wyant tells us about Cutler-Voltz’s transition to coaching.

SIGN OF AFFECTION

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Great piece here from intrepid cub reporter Scott Wyant and Mike Voyack. If you’ve been to a game at the Siegel Center the last four years, you’ve seen Ralph Theus letting everybody know exactly who No. 10 on the floor is. Hint: It’s his son.

ANONYMOUS NO MORE; RAM HEADS AID VCU

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You’ve probably never heard of the Ram Heads, VCU Women’s Basketball’s male practice squad. That’s because they operate only behind the closed doors of the practice gym. But recently, Scott Wyant dropped by practice to find out how this group of unknowns is making an impression on Marlene Stollings’ VCU program.

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