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Two of the three passengers who were in a deadly hot air balloon crash in Caroline, Va., Friday night were University of Richmond women's basketball staff members, according to the Henrico Citizen and additional sources. Police have found two bodies and the third one is missing, according to police.
Derrick Gordon, a University of Massachusetts starter, became the first openly gay men's Division I basketball player last week - another positive step for gay student-athletes in what hasn't always been a welcoming environment.
In the early morning hours of Oct. 21, 2013, Officer Sgt. Scott Seitz stopped a 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix on Route 1 in South Plainsboro, N.J., for speeding at 71 mph in a 55 mph zone. After the initial stop at 3:40 a.m., Seitz arrested the driver, Richmond basketball senior Derrick Williams after, according to a press release from the Plainsboro Township Police Department, an "investigation revealed him to be in possession of marijuana."
University of Richmond guards Wayne Sparrow and Tim Singleton will transfer schools, according to Richmond Athletics. Their destinations are not known.
The third time was not the charm for the Spiders. The Virginia Commonwealth University Rams completed the three-game season sweep over University of Richmond to move on to the Atlantic 10 Tournament semifinals.
Final Score: University of Richmond 53 - Virginia Commonwealth University 71
First-half score: Richmond - 22, VCU - 38
Richmond's 76-64 win over Duquense sets up an Atlantic 10 quarterfinal matchup between the city of Richmond's rivals. VCU won the first meeting 81-70 at the Siegel Center, in what turned out to be Richmond seniors Derrick Williams and Cedrick Lindsay's final collegiate games. VCU then pulled out a hard-fought 56-50 victory over a resilient Richmond team behind Treveon Graham's 18-point, 10-rebound and four-assist performance. Will the third time be the charm for the Spiders? Or will the N0. 23 Rams secure the three-game season sweep? Mat Shelton of VCU Ram Nation (Follow them on twitter at @VCURamNation) and Jack Nicholson, sports editor for The Collegian, offer their thoughts and predictions on the game.
Final Score: Richmond 76 - Duquesne 64
University of Richmond will carry a four-game losing streak into the Barclays Center in Brooklyn for the Atlantic 10 tournament following its 60-48 loss at University of Dayton Saturday night.
University of Richmond led Virginia Commonwealth University for the first 30 minutes, but the Rams rallied late without its two point guards and pulled out Thursday night's slugfest, 56-50, to sweep the season's two-game series with the Spiders.
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Final Score: Richmond 50 - VCU 56
First-half score: Richmond - 26, VCU - 22
3-4 - Virginia Commonwealth University is 3-4 on the road in conference play, and has lost three of its last four road games. Additionally, Richmond has beaten VCU in the last two games played at the Robins Center. Tonight's game is not surprisingly sold out, but VCU will have their fair share of fans. The new Robins Center has been notoriously loud all season - St. Joseph's coach Phil Martelli even questioned whether Richmond had amplified the crowd noise. It will be interesting to see how many VCU fans get into the Robins Center, and if they can nullify Richmond's home-court advantage.
The University of Richmond men's basketball team will face Virginia Commonwealth University Thursday night at the Robins Center, but Richmond's team looks a lot different than than it did when it fell to the Rams, 81-70, at VCU in February.
With just two regular season games remaining the Spiders men's basketball team sits at 18-11 with an 8-6 Atlantic 10 Conference record.
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Coming off a nail-biting loss earlier in the season to the Virginia Commonwealth University Rams, the women's basketball team looked to get back in the win column in Atlantic 10 play. The Spiders defeated the Rams 73-60 Wednesday night, with all five starters in double figures.
Final score: University of Richmond- 60, George Mason University- 69