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The Richmond Spiders won their opening game of the season, 55-10, over Morehead State, putting up over 640 yards of offense, the third-highest total in school school history.
Students learned about Richmond’s champion-level club sports teams including equestrian, crew and men’s ice hockey. This was a new publicity event to attract new members and get the clubs’ names out.
Pregrame: Welcome everyone to another season of Spider football. We’re about 19 minutes away from kickoff here at Robins Stadium for the season opener against the Morehead State Eagles. I’m Jeremy Day, the sports editor for the semester at the Collegian, and I’ll be keeping you guys updated on all the action today. 3 minutes [...]
Ginny Doyle turned many heads when she broke both the NCAA consecutive-made foul-shot records in 1992. Billy Packer, at least at first, had been suspicious.
Women’s basketball staff members Ginny Doyle and Natalie Lewis were two of the three passengers in a fatal hot air ballon crash, according to sources.
Richmond men’s lacrosse will face Air Force in the opening round of the NCAA tournament. The Spiders beat High Point 8-7 in the Atlantic Sun championship.
A former UR lacrosse player recruited and supplied dealers with drugs to sell at five high schools in what they called the “Main Line Take Over Project.”
Timothy Brooks, a former UR lacrosse player, was arrested on charges of participating in a large drug-trafficking ring outside Philadelphia.
UMass won Saturday’s game 9-8, which ended the Spiders’ five-game winning streak. Richmond needs one more win to ensure a spot in the A-10 tournament.
After the spring game, the football team is looking toward next season. There will be competition for starting quarterback.