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The baseball team won 2-1 on Sunday, and senior Jake Mayers pitched the complete game. Afterward, the players shaved their heads in support of cancer research.
Senior Jacob Mayers pitched his first start of the season, and also provided the offensive momentum the Spiders needed to win Sunday’s game, 5-4.
Senior Caroline Elia reached her four-year goal of qualifying for IHSA finals, becoming the first member of the equestrian team to qualify for zones since 2010.
The Spiders silenced the Colonials in a second-half comeback during an important conference game, breaking their pattern of hitting a lull in the third quarter.
The baseball team lost two of three games against UNC-Charlotte last weekend. Multiple key players were affected by illness and other physical complications.
The University of Richmond women’s basketball team struggled offensively and lost its four-game winning streak to the Charlotte 49ers last Sunday.
Despite getting in late from its road win over WVU on Saturday, Richmond men’s lacrosse still managed to handily defeat ECU, 23-4, at home on Sunday.
The baseball team advanced its record to 4-0 behind strong contributions from redshirt senior Bret Williams and several freshmen in its 5-4 win over VMI.
Ohio State, the number one team in the country, won all four competitions at Saturday’s synchronized swim meet in Richmond, but UR had a couple high finishes.
Spider Kendall Gaskins joined football players from across the country to play in the Texas vs. The Nation Bowl and prepare for the coming NFL Draft.