Becca Wann, in her 1st home game since winning gold in the U-20 Women’s World Cup, scored both goals in a 2-0 victory for Richmond women’s soccer over American.
Richmond baseball fell, 15-9, to Princeton Sunday afternoon, giving the Tigers the 2-1 series victory. The Spiders now hold a two-game losing streak.
After falling, 11-10, in the opening game of its double-header, Richmond bounced back, defeating Niagara University, 10-1, baseball’s first victory of 2012.
Richmond women’s basketball earned its 15th win of the season, defeating A-10 foe La Salle, 74-70, Saturday at the Robins Center.
Richmond Swimming & Diving competed in Pittsburgh’s quad dual-meet Jan. 13 and 14, outscoring Villanova, but falling to the host Panthers and Maryland.
Richmond women’s basketball team improved to 7-2 Saturday afternoon, defeating UNC-Greensboro, 75-60, in a game the Spiders led much of the way.
Richmond’s field hockey team shutout Radford University, 1-0, Sunday at Crenshaw Field. Katelin Peterson scored the game’s lone goal, to give her a team-high 12 this year.
Richmond’s women’s soccer team outshot its opponent, Xavier, 35-17, Friday night, but was unable to find the net and finished with a tie, 0-0.
A late goal by Navy lifted the Midshipmen to a 2-1 victory Wednesday night in Richmond men’s soccer home debut at Robins Stadium. UR keeper Thomas Hand made 20 saves in the loss.
Will Offit creates a satirical rendition of the conditions that UR students endure on Coach bus rides.