The Spider Sports Recap is a weekly update, covering the latest results of every University of Richmond sports team.
April 10: Loss 5-6 vs. Liberty University
Richmond led 5-2 after the second inning, but Liberty rallied late to score four runs off the Spider bullpen.
April 13: Win 6-4 at George Washington
Spiders Tyler Planter, Kyle
April 14: Loss 0-6/Win 5-4 at George Washington
The teams split the doubleheader. In the later game, redshirt senior Robbie Baker pitched a complete game for his fourth win of the season.
April 8: Win 14-3 vs. George Washington University
The Spiders dominated George Washington, scoring 10 points in the first period. Junior Marissa Brown led the team with three goals.
April 13: Win 9-8 at Davidson College
Richmond won a tight contest against its conference rival. Junior Katie Sciandra scored four goals, including one with only two minutes left that decisively broke an 8-8 tie.
April 15: Win 18-11 vs. George Mason University
Senior Kim Egizi had six goals, and Sciandra and senior Katie Trainer each had three in a scoring game.
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April 14: Win 14-12 vs. Jacksonville University
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April 13: Win 5-2 at Saint Joseph's University
The team combined to secure the victory by sweeping all three of its
April 14: Win 6-1 vs. UMass
The Spiders defeated the defending Atlantic 10 champions to win their fifth straight game.
April 8: Loss 3-4 vs. George Washington
The teams split the six singles matches, but George Washington won all three matches in doubles to secure the victory.
April 13: Win 7-0 vs. Bridgewater College
Strong play from all of the competitors led to a commanding sweep of Bridgewater.
April 14: Win 7-0 vs. University of Connecticut
For the second consecutive day, the Spiders swept their opponent, with strong performances from seniors Caleb Troy and James Aronson.
April 15: Win 4-3 vs. Villanova University
The Spiders won a close match on
April 13-14 Stitch Intercollegiate, Cary, North Carolina
The team finished 11th overall in the tournament. Senior Matthew Lowe shot +6 and finished 44th overall.
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