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After beating Duquesne, Richmond is tied in the A-10 with Charlotte and St. Joseph’s. The Spiders got the spot by being the only team of the three to beat VCU.
Check out photos from the men’s basketball game at VCU on March 6, where the Rams defeated the Spiders, 93-82.
Richmond played competitively for most of Wednesday’s game against rival VCU, but fell behind in the last few minutes because of turnovers and physical defense.
After trailing for much of the game, Richmond took control late thanks to big plays from Greg Robbins to defeat GW for its third straight conference win.
In overtime, the Richmond Spiders defeated the Saint Bonaventure Bonnies, 83-80, behind 22 points from Cedrick Lindsay and 20 from Greg Robbins.
University of Richmond, led by a combined 42 points from Cedrick Lindsay and Greg Robbins, fought off St. Bonaventure to win, 83-80, in overtime.
After missing Richmond’s previous nine games, F Derrick Williams returned against St. Louis, but the Billikens still managed to win, 56-46, with strong defense.
Richmond came back to within five points late in the game, but Saint Louis was able to hold on and hand UR its first conference home loss, 56-46.
Richmond’s rivalry game with VCU will become an A-10 conference affair for the first time. Can the Spiders upset the 19th-ranked Rams in the Robins Center?
Richmond kept its perfect home record alive, defeating in-state rival William & Mary, 86-78, in double overtime thanks to two last-minute comebacks.