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The Spiders did not lead until overtime, but then got ahead and won 74-63.
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.
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.
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.
Excitement for the rivalry game between Richmond and VCU escalated throughout the week before culminating in Thursday’s overtime win for the Spiders.
Check out photos from Richmond’s exciting overtime victory over 19th-ranked VCU, as Spider fans rushed the court at the conclusion of the upset.
After coming back from a 7-point deficit with under a minute to play, Richmond dominated in overtime to defeat 19th-ranked VCU, 86-74, in the Robins Center.