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Richmond will host rival VCU at the Robins Center 9 p.m. tonight.
Richmond men’s basketball beat Fordham 82-70 in its third straight win since losing Lindsay and Williams for the remainder of the season.
Cedrick Lindsay, the Spiders’ leader in points, assists and steals, will miss the rest of the season because of a knee injury.
Check out photos from Richmond’s 81-70 loss to VCU at the Siegel Center. Kendall Anthony’s career-high 31 points weren’t enough for the Spiders.
Cedrick Lindsay and Kendall Anthony combined for 52 points, but in-city rival VCU came out on top, 81-70.
Check out photos from Richmond’s A-10 conference win over the Dayton Flyers in the renovated Robins Center. The Spiders shot 32-35 at the free throw line.
On New Years Eve, Richmond almost let a 12-point halftime lead slip away against Northeastern, but the Spiders were able to close the game on top, 70-66.
The Spiders maintained a winning streak throughout Sunday’s game against Fairfield. Cedrick Lindsay scored his 1,000th-career point one minute into play.
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.
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.