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Shells started all 33 games last year, and averaged 16.7 points per game, the most of any Atlantic 10 player. She was selected to the A-10 All Conference first team, and A-10 All Conference defensive team. She scored in double-figures in all but four games last season, and is sixth on Richmond's all-time scoring list with 1,457 points.
All Samantha Bilney has to do is look down to her knees to see what one misstep or awkward landing can do. On her right knee is a scar that extends from the kneecap down to her shin, surrounded by many other little scars, while the countless scars on her left knee are covered up by a knee brace that she wears while playing basketball.
Senior point guard Brittani Shells is already tired three games into the season. But she has a good reason to be tired.
It would be understandable if the University of Richmond men's basketball team struggled defensively early on this season after losing David Gonzalvez and Ryan Butler, two of the best defenders in school history, to graduation after the end of last season. Instead, this year's team has exceeded even Richmond coach Chris Mooney's expectations.
The University of Richmond's men's basketball team's 79-37 win over The Citadel Friday night showed the depth of this year's team, and gave two talented freshmen the chance to showcase their skills.
On the first play of the game, senior point guard Kevin Anderson found a slimmed-down Dan Geriot open for a 3-pointer across the court. Geriot hit it with ease and with that, the rout was on just 26 seconds into the game.
Q: You scored your team-leading 10th goal in the final game against St. Bonaventure; how did that feel?
The University of Richmond men's basketball team ended last season with a number of accolades it hadn't seen in a long time, if ever.
Compared to the best teams in the National Basketball Association's Eastern Conference, the New York Knicks have second-tier talent. But when I had a great time watching them play at Madison Square Garden on Sunday, it had nothing to do with basketball.
Many young athletes dream about playing sports at the college level while still in Little League. Not too many children dream about being a broadcast journalist. But junior guard Rachael Bilney knew she wanted to do both.
Many students at the University of Richmond are friends with one or more of the hundreds of Division I athletes on campus. They see them in class, the dining hall and support them during competition. But what many students don't see are the perks student-athletes receive to help them perform well on the field and in the classroom.
In the world of the University of Richmond men's and women's basketball, mayhem ensues long before March Madness rolls around.
There is a group of people at the University of Richmond that often goes unnoticed. They go to classes, lodges, the dining hall and even live in the dorms, but they are the smallest class on campus. They are the fifth-year senior athletes.
Professors conduct chemistry classes in Gottwald, but the University of Richmond women's basketball team held its own team chemistry classes in several Scandinavian cities during its trip abroad that began on Aug. 10 and ended Aug. 19.
Rising-senior point guard Kevin Anderson withdrew his name from the 2010 NBA Draft on Friday and will return to the University of Richmond for his senior season.
University of Richmond junior Kevin Anderson declared for the 2010 NBA Draft on Monday, but will not hire an agent. By not hiring an agent, Anderson can withdraw his name by May 8 and still be eligible to play next year for the Spiders.
University of Richmond men's basketball coach Chris Mooney signed a seven-year contract extension with the school on Friday night that could keep him coaching the Spiders through the 2016-17 season.
Greedy. Stupid. Disastrous.
Men's basketball coach Chris Mooney will sign a seven-year contract extension with the school on Monday that will keep him with the Spiders through 2017.
The University of Richmond men's basketball team lost to Saint Mary's College during the first round of the NCAA Tournament last week, but Richmond's coach offered only praise for his team.