Virginia Commonwealth vs George Washington Final: 92-75 - Recap

Virginia Commonwealth got a 25-point performance from Treveon Graham, who added 10 rebounds as Virginia Commonwealth ran past George Washington 92-75 on Wednesday at Siegel Center.

Virginia Commonwealth was a 7-point favorite in the win, and managed to turn a profit for their supporters.

Virginia Commonwealth got 21 points from Melvin Johnson and another 15 points from Rob Brandenberg. Briante Weber contributed 6 assists, while Treveon Graham cleaned the glass with 10 rebounds.

George Washington got a 17-point performance from Isaiah Armwood, who was supported by 17 points from Maurice Creek. Patricio Garino had 5 assists in a losing cause for George Washington, while Kevin Larsen grabbed 13 rebounds.

Virginia Commonwealth hit the break leading 45-28 before taking care of business in the second half.

The rebound battle favored Virginia Commonwealth as they grabbed 36 boards, while George Washington only had 34.