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After being the youngest starter on Richmond’s 2011 Sweet 16 team, Darien Brothers highlighted his senior season with a clutch 3-pointer in a win over VCU.
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.
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.
Derrick Williams leads the Spiders with nine points, as Richmond has the lead, 35-29, over the Saint Bonaventure Bonnies at the end of the first half.
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.
The Spiders shot poorly in the first half, frustrated by the tough Saint Louis defense, but are down just 23-19 thanks to 11 Billikens turnovers.
Richmond had five players score in double digits and Xavier missed some key free throws down the stretch, as the Spiders pulled out the win, 73-71, on Saturday.
A pair of clutch shots and made free throws down the stretch helped give Richmond the conference victory at home, 73-71, over the Xavier Musketeers.
Richmond held a big lead early, but Xavier cut it and eventually took the lead before Kendall Anthony’s layup at the buzzer gave UR the lead, 35-34.