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Richmond men’s lacrosse will face Air Force in the opening round of the NCAA tournament. The Spiders beat High Point 8-7 in the Atlantic Sun championship.
A former UR lacrosse player recruited and supplied dealers with drugs to sell at five high schools in what they called the “Main Line Take Over Project.”
Timothy Brooks, a former UR lacrosse player, was arrested on charges of participating in a large drug-trafficking ring outside Philadelphia.
Richmond’s men’s lacrosse team is confident after their first home win, 14-7. The team will travel to New York to play No. 15 Bryant University next week.
UR team dropped its fifth game of the season to Holy Cross, 11-9, after Holy Cross scored three goals in the fourth quarter at Robins Stadium Tuesday.
The Spiders nearly upset the No. 8 U.Va. Cavaliers in the program’s first-ever game Saturday. Richmond finished with a 13-12 loss.
The Spiders responded to an early lead by Liberty University, whose team had been undefeated this season until then. The team doesn’t play again until April 17.
The Spiders played a close game against Pittsburgh Saturday, the score being tied four times throughout the game. Sophomore Nate Volpert led the team with four goals.
The men’s lacrosse team traveled west during Spring Break, facing Arizona State, Chapman, San Diego and Sonoma State. The team will play Pittsburgh Saturday.
Despite an early lead and a late surge, Richmond men’s lacrosse fell, 8-6, to Virginia Tech at home on Saturday for its first loss of the season.