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Seth Fisher finished with 131 yards rushing and two touchdowns, as Richmond finished 2013 on a four-game win streak, defeating William & Mary, 31-20.
The Spiders beat the Blue Hens, 46-43, Saturday, with a 75-yard drive by quarterback Michael Strauss in the last 45 seconds of the game.
The men’s basketball team is still undefeated after its second home game of the season. The Spiders continued to struggle to make three-point shots.
Kendall Anthony made two foul shots with 2.3 seconds left to push Richmond past Delaware, 71-69, in the first game played in the renovated Robins Center.
Kicker Brandon Jordi, who tied a school record for field goals and in a game with four, and running-back Seth Fisher helped Richmond beat Albany, 27-10.
Richmond football has now lost four games in a row, after a 48-32 loss to the nationally ranked Tigers. The Spiders look to take next week’s conference game against Albany.
The Spiders scored four goals in the first 15 minutes of the game, and concluded with a score of 6-1 against the Red Flash.
The Billikens scored early and the Spiders were unable to respond, even when Saint Louis’ goalie earned a red card.
The red-shirt juniors and identical twins are now both on full scholarship for football.
Richmond defeated coach Rocco’s former team, Liberty, on Saturday night 30-21. Jacobi Green rushed for a career high 181 yards in the victory.