Ettrick, VA - Virginia State's historic season ended Sunday as they fell to Shippensburg 77-58 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
The Trojans were led by Richard Grandberry's 16 points, as he played his final game in a VSU uniform. Trey Brown added 12 on 4-9 shooting. Virginia State shot just 36.8% from the field and was only 2-18 from three-point land.
Shippensburg had four players in double figures led by Justin Mccarthur's 21 points as he hit five 3's in the win. The Falcons shot over 52% from the field and they out-rebounded VSU 33-24.
VSU finished the season 25-5, the most wins ever in school history and won a NCAA tournament game for the first time in three years.