February 10, 2017
Briante Weber, George Washington Colonials, Golden State Warriors, JeQuan Lewis, Ram Radio
Remember that time the VCU Basketball team was down with 0.4 seconds left and practically no hope? Yeah, that was something, eh? No problem for Will Wade, JeQuan Lewis and company. VCU has scored two of college basketball’s most improbable victories this season in its last two games, including Wednesday’s 54-53 win at George Washington. If you haven’t heard about it by now, then seriously, what have you been doing with your life?
Tell you what, if you’re hearing it for the first time or if you just want to relive the moment, listen to Robby Robinson and Mike Litos call it on Ram Radio.
In other news, Briante Weber is trying to make the best of his 10-day contract with Golden State. He recently sat down to talk about it HERE.
October 13, 2016
Men's Basketball, VCU Athletics
JeQuan Lewis, Mo Alie-Cox, Will Wade
Whether you are ready for it or not, we are hurtling towards basketball season. I’m under the impression that VCU fans are generally always ready. Practice is underway, and we caught up with Coach Will Wade and Mo Alie-Cox to find out how preparations are going for the 2016-17 season. T-minus 22 days until the exhibition game with Queens.
BONUS VIDEO: JEQUAN LEWIS HIGHLIGHTS
March 19, 2016
2016 NCAA Tournament, JeQuan Lewis, Lon Kruger, Mo Alie-Cox, Oklahoma Sooners, Will Wade
We’re talking Oklahoma. On Sunday, VCU will attempt to reach the Sweet 16 for the second time.
January 17, 2016
Chris Mooney, JeQuan Lewis, Melvin Johnson, Mo Alie-Cox, Richmond Spiders, Will Wade
My only comment is, what a college basketball game. This job is pretty fun some days.
BONUS RADIO GOODIES
November 18, 2015
2K Classic, Duke Blue Devils, JeQuan Lewis, Will Wade
BONUS VIDEO – JEQUAN LEWIS INTERVIEW
March 5, 2015
Sophomore JeQuan Lewis is averaging 12.9 points and 3.0 assists per game since Briante Weber’s season-ending injury.
RICHMOND, Va. – JeQuan Lewis may be one of the smallest Rams, but he’s had to fill the biggest shoes of late.
Lewis, a 6-foot-1 sophomore point guard from Dickson, Tennessee, has taken over the role of starting point guard from senior star Briante Weber, who suffered a season-ending knee injury on Jan. 31.
Weber’s absence created a void both material and immaterial. A larger-than-life personality, Weber’s energy and enthusiasm have inspired the Rams throughout his four-year career. On the floor, he was a defensive savant and a steady director of VCU’s up-tempo offense.
The injury was a blow, but Lewis has steadied the Rams at the point. VCU did lose back-to-back close games to St. Bonaventure and La Salle – the Rams were also without leading scorer Treveon Graham in those contests – but Lewis has helped keep the team from veering wildly off course.
In eight games since Weber’s injury, Lewis is second on the team in scoring (12.9 ppg) and leads the Rams in assists (3.0 apg) and steals (2.3 spg). It’s nothing team insiders didn’t believe was within Lewis’ reach, but it’s clear to VCU Coach Shaka Smart that Weber’s injury sped up the sophomore’s maturation process.
“He’s accepted the responsibility that comes with being the starting point guard,” Smart said.