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Richmond led the Rams for the first 30 minutes, but VCU rallied late without either of its two point guards to beat Richmond 56-50 at the Robins Center.
The Spiders men’s basketball team is gearing up to play VCU Thursday night. Richmond has lost two starting seniors since the last rival matchup in February.
The all-women’s team has excelled the last 13 years, missing this title only once. The team members have also been highly successful academically.
The University of Richmond’s men’s basketball team outscores La Salle’s 62-49, with Terry Allen scoring a career-high 23 points.
ShawnDre Jones’ career-high 25 points were not enough for the Spiders, as they fell to George Washington, 73-65.
The Spiders nearly upset the No. 8 U.Va. Cavaliers in the program’s first-ever game Saturday. Richmond finished with a 13-12 loss.
Cedrick Lindsay, the Spiders’ leader in points, assists and steals, will miss the rest of the season because of a knee injury.
Kendall Anthony scored a career-high 31 points, but it was not enough to get past VCU. Six rams scored in double figures on their way to an 81-70 victory.
The Spiders won their fourth-straight game after dropping their first conference game, and are now tied for second place in the Atlantic 10.
Kendall Anthony’s game-high 21 points helped Richmond upset No. 12 UMass, 58-55. Richmond held UMass-star Chaz Williams to 2-11 shooting.