A late rally by Richmond women’s lacrosse team fell a few goals short and the University of Massachusetts claimed its fourth straight Atlantic 10 Conference title.
Richmond’s football team held its annual Spring Football Game on Saturday, the first for new coach Danny Rocco, and the defense earned a 45-26 victory.
After a weather delay pushed the start of the game back by more than an hour, Richmond scored the first four goals of the game en route to an 18-8 victory over William & Mary.
After a 12-day layoff, Richmond picked up a 76-54 victory Thursday afternoon over Miami (OH) to advance to the second round of the WNIT.
Before Wednesday night’s men’s basketball game against Dayton University, five Richmond seniors were honored in a pre-game ceremony for senior night.
A 2011 graduate of the University of Richmond, Michael Ice, was killed early Saturday morning when he was struck by a New York City subway car.
Four couples participated in Tuesday night’s the Art of Kissing. The one-hour show included kisses such as the lip-o-suction, the neck kiss, the dentist fantasy kiss, and others.
A fight broke out on campus early Saturday morning, causing one person to be medically treated for an asthma attack.
Six Richmond players scored in double figures and the team had 30 assists as it routed Fordham University, 102-58, Wednesday night at the Robins Center to snap a two-game losing streak.
Richmond’s club hockey team, which was formed in 2001, played the University of North Carolina at Wilmington Saturday night. The team plays in the Blue Ridge Hockey Conference.