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Returning to the mound Tuesday after a lat injury, senior Jacob Mayers pitched and hit well in the final innings of the Spiders’ game against William and Mary.
Richmond kept its perfect home record alive, defeating in-state rival William & Mary, 86-78, in double overtime thanks to two last-minute comebacks.
The Spiders survived a gritty effort from William & Mary, pulling out the victory, 86-78, in double-overtime. Five UR players finished in double figures.
In a back-and-forth game, the Spiders head into halftime up two points, 34-32, over in-state rival William & Mary. Darien Brothers leads UR with 13 points.
Richmond moved to 8-3, defeating William & Mary, 21-14, in a game that came down to the final play. The win puts the Spiders in position to make the playoffs.
Follow along with live in-game updates from Williamsburg, Va., where the Richmond is taking on William & Mary with a possible FCS playoff bid on the line.
In its regular season finale, Richmond football will travel to Williamsburg, Va., to take on rival William & Mary with FCS playoff hopes on the line.
Richmond finished its season with its eighth-straight loss. This one came off a touchdown by William & Mary with two seconds remaining.
It’s Senior Day in Robins Stadium, where Richmond’s football team will end its 2011 season against William & Mary in the “South’s Oldest Football Rivalry.”
Senior Abby Oliver led the Spiders with 19 points and Richmond’s four other starters each scored in double figures as the Spiders defeated the College of William & Mary, 77-57.