Richmond sent a team of 21 players to compete in the Quidditch World Cup in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The Richmond team was undefeated in the qualification round.
Kristen Bailey, co-president of URET, will be competing in the novice over fences division. Barbie Savani will be competing in the open flat division.
The Richmond synchronized swimming team put on an award-winning performance at the national competition in Ohio. With just three members, the team is a tight-knit, high-performing group.
Senior Ben Weisburger of the men’s club ice hockey team set the record for points made in a career at a game on January 31.
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.
After the varsity soccer program dissipated last fall, former members have found new ways to stay and shape and continue to play, participating in IMs.
Sports assistant Jeremy Day reflects on the quidditch team’s run at the Quidditch World Championships this past weekend, and what the team has meant to him.
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.
Richmond equestrian team members Caroline Elia, Christina Cribari and Erin Flynn qualified for regionals with their performances during the regular season.
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.