ASHLAND, Va. (AP) -Mike Rhoades is leaving his position as men's basketball coach at Randolph-Macon College to join Shaka Smart's coaching staff at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Randolph-Macon announced Rhoades' resignation Wednesday night.
During Rhoades' 10-year tenure at Randolph-Macon, the Yellow Yackets compiled a 197-76 record and made four appearances in the NCAA Division III tournament. Randolph-Macon won the Old Dominion Athletic Conference championship in 2003.
Rhoades was named the conference's coach of the year three times.
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