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Richmond led the Rams for the first 30 minutes, but VCU rallied late without either of its two point guards to beat Richmond 56-50 at the Robins Center.
Check out photos from Richmond’s second game of the season against rival VCU. Despite a game-high 20 points from Kendall Anthony, the Spiders fell, 56-50.
Richmond led for the first 29 minutes, but VCU ended with a hard-fought 56-50 victory.
Superb defense and great defensive rebounding helped Richmond jump to a 26-22 halftime lead.
Kendall Anthony scored a career-high 31 points, but it was not enough to get past VCU. Six rams scored in double figures on their way to an 81-70 victory.
Check out photos from Richmond’s 81-70 loss to VCU at the Siegel Center. Kendall Anthony’s career-high 31 points weren’t enough for the Spiders.
Cedrick Lindsay and Kendall Anthony combined for 52 points, but in-city rival VCU came out on top, 81-70.
Richmond’s recent play has put themselves in position to compete for a tournament bid, but it has little room for error the remainder of the season.
Richmond and VCU students work together to publish an online journal called Digital America, focused on millennials and readers of the digital age.
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.