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.
James Madison’s dominance on the glass propelled them to a 78-70 victory Thursday night at the Robins Center.
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.
Check out live in-game updates as Richmond takes on rival William & Mary in the “South’s Oldest Rivalry,” in Robins Stadium.
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.
Richmond will look to end its season on a four-game winning streak as it takes on rival William and Mary on Saturday at Robins Stadium.
Many crew members had never rowed until college, and leaders of the club are hoping for more novices to express interest before the end of the year.
The Spiders did not lead until overtime, but then got ahead and won 74-63.
Richmond fell to UAB, 53-49, in its first home game. it will look to rebound Thursday against James Madison.
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.
These runners had a spectrum of motivations, from personal goals to charitable causes. American Family Fitness sponsored the race.
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.
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.
Check out photos from Richmond’s last-second road victory over No. 21 Delaware. QB Michael Strauss led the way, setting a UR single-game passing record.
Michael Strauss threw for a school-record 543 yards and five touchdowns as Richmond beat Delaware, 46-43, on a touchdown with three seconds left.
Follow all the action as Richmond takes on the Delaware Blue Hens from the 22,000-seat Delaware Stadium
Richmond looks to win its third straight game as it travels to Delaware to take on the Delaware Blue Hens. Kickoff is set for noon on Saturday.
Coaches Gina Lucido and Kristen O’Rourke look forward to these seniors’ final opportunity to play the sport together, wearing the Richmond jersey.
Josh Grice and Nicholas Olindo create a promotional video relating the basketball team to the student body in order to rally more school spirit.
University of Richmond basketball players incorporate new rule changes into their practices to prepare for the 2013-14 season.
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.
Quote of the Week“We call him ‘Fright Train’ because once he gets going you can’t stop him,” — Cedrick Lindsay, Richmond point guard
Spider of the Week
Senior Jacob Mayers was named to the preseason All-Atlantic 10 First-Team by College Sports Madness after going 10-16 with a home run in four games last week.
Apr 11, 12:52 am
Miller placed sixth overall in the Coca-Cola Invitational, which helped the Spiders tie for a sixth place finish. He was also named the A-10 golfer of the week.
Apr 18, 11:33 pm
Joanna Matuszczyk, women’s tennis player, defeated her Georgetown University opponent to help her team win its eight match of the season.
Mar 29, 12:58 am
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