Spider Sports Recap | Sept. 23 through Oct. 2
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The University of Richmond men’s basketball team won 68-66 against Saint Louis University yesterday. The final Friday Night Spides marked the Spiders’ 19th victory of the season on senior night.
Women’s Swim and Dive
The University of Richmond women’s basketball team lost 59-58 against the Saint Louis University Billikens in the Atlantic 10 tournament quarterfinals on March 12, putting an end to their tournament run.
The men’s lacrosse team lost its third game to No. 1 Duke 6-13 moving them to 1-3 on the season.
The University of Richmond men’s baseball team took both games of the doubleheader on Feb. 26 against Mount St. Mary’s University.
After wrapping up 2020 with straight losses on Dec. 20 to Virginia Commonwealth University and Dec. 22 to Howard University, the women’s basketball team started off the new year on a good note as it added another win to its 5-3 record.
The men’s basketball team collected its eighth win on Wednesday night in a game against Rhode Island, moving to 8-3 in the season and 2-1 in conference play.
Women’s basketball loses second straight.
One team, one dream: 15 female Spiders working toward salvaging what is left of 2020 after COVID-19 brought unprecedented chaos into the sports world.
E. Claiborne Robins Stadium, where thousands of University of Richmond students once gathered to cheer on their home team during the Capital Cup against rival school the College of William & Mary, remains fanless four weeks into the fall semester. But despite the postponement of the football season, the Spiders find themselves looking to make a comeback against their biggest rival yet: COVID-19.