Rhode Island Rams Basketball Schedule
Rhode Island has had a tough go of it during the 2013-2014 season and currently
sit tied for last in the tough A-10 with a 2-10 conference record. However, the future appears bright for the Rams with young
players like freshman E.C. Matthews who is averaging more than 13 points per game and will only become more dominant in the
years to come. There have also been times during the season that the Rams have proven that they can hang with just about any
team in the country like the one point home loss to the Saint Louis Billikens who are undefeated in conference play. There
are ample opportunities for the Rams to finish the season on a winning note and prove that they will be back in contention
for the A-10 crown next season. One such opportunity will be the A-10 Tournament, but there are also four more regular season
games including two home games to close out the season. Be sure to head out and show the Rhode Island Rams your support as
the 2013-2014 season comes to a close.
On March 1st the Richmond Spiders come to Ryan Center to take on the Rams to
renew a long running A-10 rivalry. Whenever the Rams and the Spiders meet on the hardwood it is always a knock down drag out
affair and the games usually go down to the wire. The final home game for Rhode Island takes place on March 5th when the Fordham
Rams take on Rhode Island at the Ryan Center. This game also doubles as Senior Night and will be your opportunity to show
gratitude for all of the players who are graduating and playing in their last game at Ryan Center, including Xavier Munford
who is leading the Rams in scoring this year.
There's nothing like seeing a college basketball
game in person, as it's one of the most exciting things you can witness in the sports world. Get out to a big game and see
all the rim-rocking jams for yourself as the Rams look to make a big move up the A-10 standings this season. Will you be there
when the Rams put the final touches on a memorable win? You can be if you turn to StubHub, where basketball tickets are always
there for all of the biggest games every college basketball season. Playing at Ryan Center in Kingston, Rhode Island, the
Rams are always one of the toughest teams to beat at home in the A-10, which is something you'll see for yourself if you get
out to a huge game. Against other powerhouses like Temple and Xavier, the Rams have created substantial rivalries that make
each season an exciting one that has fans all over campus buzzing. Start making your plans today and secure your seats in
the stands at a Rhode Island Rams game this season.
With so much talent coming back for a new
campaign, the sky seems to be the limit for the Rams this season, making it the perfect time to get out and show your team
spirit. Home games at Tom Gola Arena are sure to be absolutely hopping with excited fans that know how to show their support.
If you've never seen a great home game, you have no clue what you've been missing. Get out to a game this season and catch
all the basketball action you can handle.
Rhode Island Rams Basketball Conference
The Atlantic 10 Conference
is one of the toughest in NCAA basketball, thanks to teams like the Rhode Island Rams. The Rams are relentless on the basketball
court, whether they're playing on home turf at Ryan Center or are out strutting their stuff on the road. The Rhode Island
basketball team is known for producing NBA players, and the hoopsters pack the grandstands at Hagan Arena whenever rival teams
like the VCU Rams or the Providence Friars come to play. The Atlantic 10 Conference is one of the toughest conferences in
the NCAA when it comes to college basketball, and the URhode Island Rams basketball team is right there in the dogfight to
make it to the top of the conference every season. A-10 basketball provides some serious competition for the Minutemen, with
teams such as St. Louis, Saint Bonaventure, Richmond, Temple, Xavier and George Washington having topped the A-10 Tournament
in recent years.
Rhode Island Rams Trivia
The Rhode Island Rams have made the NCAA Tournament eight times,
most recently in 1999 where they lost in the first round to fifth seeded Charlotte. The year before, in 1998, the Rams made
it all the way to the Elite Eight after defeating Murray State, then top seeded Kansas and Valparaiso before falling to Stanford.
In 1988 Tom Garrick set the Rhode Island NCAA Tournament scoring record with 28 points, and the record still stands to this