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The Spiders maintained a winning streak throughout Sunday’s game against Fairfield. Cedrick Lindsay scored his 1,000th-career point one minute into play.
Richmond shot 26-32 on its foul shots as it handled Fairfield, 68-47, in the consolation game of the Hall of Fame Tipoff.
With 1:36 remaining, UNC gained and maintained a 10 point advantage. The final score was 82-72.
Despite a career-high 29 points from Cedrick Lindsay, Richmond lost to No. 24, 82-72. It plays the loses of No. 3 Louisville/Fairfield tomorrow.
After leading for much of the first half, Richmond trails UNC, 35-33, at the break. Lindsay leads all players with 12 points.
The Spiders did not lead until overtime, but then got ahead and won 74-63.
Richmond beat Hofstra, 74-63, as the Spiders shot 8-26 from three-point range and were out-rebounded, 44-37. The Spiders’ next game is Saturday against No. 9 UNC.
Hofstra leads, 33-24, after an ugly first half. Anthony and Lindsay combined for 18 first-half points.
With six minutes left, the score was tied, but the Golden Gophers kept scoring while the Spiders were unable to respond. Richmond plays again Tuesday.
University of Richmond basketball players incorporate new rule changes into their practices to prepare for the 2013-14 season.