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Fans attending University of Richmond basketball games in the E. Claiborne Robins Center this season will be required to wear a mask but will not be required to present COVID-19 vaccination evidence nor a negative COVID-19 test, according to an athletic department press release on Oct. 29.
This story originally ran on the Capital News Service on Nov. 2.
This story originally ran on the Capital News Service.
The University of Richmond matches 100% of its electricity needs with a single solar power source because of the Spider Solar program, which has been live since Dec. 31, 2020.
Jacob Gilyard announced on his social media accounts Sunday evening that he would be returning to the University of Richmond men's basketball team for an additional season next year.
The University of Richmond men’s basketball team's high-potential season came to a disappointing end after the team was eliminated from the National Invitation Tournament on March 25 following a last-second three by the Mississippi State Bulldogs making the final score 68-67.
The University of Richmond Police Department is working to have a proposal approved by UR to obtain body cameras that would be worn by all police officers on campus, according to a February email sent out by URPD Chief of Police David McCoy.
Men’s Cross Country
University of Richmond Student Employment, which is within the Financial Aid office, is set to raise student employee wages after the Virginia General Assembly passed legislation last spring to gradually increase the state's minimum wage in the coming months and years.
The University of Richmond announced on Tuesday that it would be pausing the men’s basketball program because of a COVID-19 outbreak. This is the second time the team has paused its season.
The University of Richmond Spiders fell short to city rivals VCU Rams 73-49 with six players out because of COVID-19 protocols.
The Atlantic 10 Conference and Colonial Athletic Association both announced June 17 that they would postpone their upcoming fall sports seasons because of safety and health concerns regarding COVID-19, according to A-10 and CAA press releases.
Richmond men’s basketball guards Jacob Gilyard and Blake Francis and forward Grant Golden, all juniors, declared for the 2020 NBA draft yesterday via posts on their Instagram accounts.
This past Monday, March 23, juniors Blake Francis, Jacob Gilyard and Grant Golden were all selected to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) District 4 Second-Team.
On March 12, the NCAA announced that all of its winter and spring athletic championships would be canceled because of COVID-19. At the University of Richmond, the remainder of 10 varsity sports teams' seasons were canceled.
Feb. 25: Loss 1-11 vs. Coppin State University
In the past few weeks, the University of Richmond men's basketball team has received some national spotlight as many major sports media outlets have considered them to be "on the bubble" of receiving an NCAA tournament at-large bid.
With Blake Francis back in the lineup for the second game of the Capital City Classic, the Richmond Spiders were able to break down the VCU Rams and their “Havoc” defense, winning a crucial A-10 matchup, 77-59.
Although senior Jaide Hinds-Clarke was able to score her 1000th point tonight, the Richmond offense still couldn’t get things going against VCU as the team fell 57-42.
In their first three games without leading scorer Blake Francis, the Richmond Spiders' offense seemed to not skip a beat. Up against the No. 7 Dayton Flyers, however, it was clear that the Spiders were shorthanded offensively, as they fell 87-79.