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Richmond men’s basketball beat Fordham 82-70 in its third straight win since losing Lindsay and Williams for the remainder of the season.
Derrick Williams has left the basketball team, per Richmond Athletics, making Cedrick Lindsay, who might not play Wednesday, the sole senior on the team.
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.
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.
The Spiders men’s basketball team, two years removed from a Sweet 16 berth, begins its season Friday. Can this team return UR basketball to national prominence?
Before Wednesday night’s men’s basketball game against Dayton University, five Richmond seniors were honored in a pre-game ceremony for senior night.
The Spiders lost their fourth game in their last five attempts, falling, 69-67, to Atlantic 10 opponent George Washington, UR’s second loss to GW this season.
Richmond forward Derrick Williams scored a career-high 22 points, including the game-winning layup, to give the Spiders the 78-76 win over La Salle.